Maintenance Technician - 3rd Shift
West Bend, WI Maintenance
Job Type
Full-time
Description

The Maintenance Technician will support production operations and be responsible for installing, repairing and monitoring industrial processes and machinery as well as performing mechanical tasks to ensure upkeep on machines, tools, equipment, buildings and grounds. This role will require knowledge and understanding of plumbing and mechanical fabrication, bearing types and applications, CNC machine tools, controls and PLC’s, LOTO and OSHA regulations as related to industrial operations. The individual will be required to read blue prints, piping drawings, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic schematics and symbols. Position requires ability to work a flexible schedule on an as-needed basis as well as supplying own tools to effectively complete all tasks required.  


3rd Shift - Hours are 11pm-7am 

May require overtime hours as well

Requirements

Essential Duties &   Responsibilities

1. Perform all required repairs and general   maintenance as noted on work orders with an emphasis on completing safety   related work orders first

2. Perform all required repairs throughout the   building and grounds

3. Proactively locate sources of problems by   observing mechanical devices in operation, listening for problems and using   precision measuring and testing instruments

4. Repair, adjust, troubleshoot and resolve   machine process issues on all required equipment including but not limited to   CNC lathes, CNC machine centers, welders and saws

5. Fabricates repair parts by using machine shop   instrumentation and equipment

6. Complete all required machine PM’s following   diagrams, sketches, operations manuals and manufacturer's instructions

7. Ability to maintain and install tubing and   hose systems

8. Ability to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic   systems

9. Complete building and grounds PM’s as directed

10. Manage all work through the electronic   maintenance system Guru

11. Maintains continuity among work teams by   documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs

12. Safely operate scissor lifts, fork lifts, and   other material handling equipment 

Required Experience

1. Requires a broad knowledge of applied   techniques in electrical/electronic and mechanical maintenance and repair as   is generally acquired in an education equivalent to four years of high school   or trade school together with 2-3 years of progressive job instruction and   shop experience to become failure with materials, techniques and procedures

2. Proficient in English in both written and oral   

3. Proficient in Math; Ability to do mathematic   whole numbers, fractions, decimals and algebra

4. Quality oriented and high attention to detail 

5. Must be willing to work long hours and   flexible schedule on an as-needed basis