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Maintenance – Sidney, OH 45365

Job Summary

Responsible for all duties of the Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician in addition to troubleshooting, installing, and modifying automated system components such as; PLC’s, loaders, unloaders, robots, stackers, servo motors, destackers, automated polishers, and transfers. A good understanding and ability to work with electronic control circuits, SMARTPAC, tooling knowledge, and sensors. Ability to provide leadership and technical support for production and maintenance.

Job Responsibilities

 Good understanding of PLC’s and capable of using laptop computer to troubleshoot the automated systems and assist Electrical Engineers with support on PLC’s.
 Communicate and work with technical support staff in Business Units on the complex production operations.

 Install and troubleshoot multiple automated systems as mentioned in the job summary.
 Perform advanced preventative maintenance task and develop or enhance the preventative maintenance practices that are already in place.
 Travel off-site with potential for extended overnight stays for seminars/training and for training and buy-off of new equipment.
 Act as a mentor/trainer for other maintenance or production people who may or may not have the same skill level that you have developed for a given system.
 Attend continuous education classes and/or training courses as requested by supervisors and management for improving your overall maintenance skills.

 Install, troubleshoot, and/or repair any of a variety of electrical equipment (i.e. motors, controllers, etc.) hydraulic and mechanical devices per all OSHA requirements.
 Interpret blueprints or other written specifications for electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic applications.
 Comply with all safety and housekeeping standards.
 Perform any task that are asked of our Maintenance Mechanic/Electricians.
 And other duties as assigned.

Education, Skills and Experience Required

 PLC Training.
 Experienced and Qualified Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician Journeyman or Senior Maintenance Person with proven skills.
 Have completed training in multiple areas of automation, electronics, and/or tooling.
 Degrees, certifications, or continuing education credits with applicable on the job experience in these areas a plus.
 Ability to work with engineering and assist with the planning, design reviews, buy-off and start-up of new equipment, and the modification of existing equipment to improve and automate our production systems.
 Good oral or written communication skills.
 Blueprint reading ability for electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic systems as well as engineering drawings (i.e. facility layout).
 Ability to use a variety of precision measuring instruments such as tape measure, micrometers, calipers, volt meter, amp probe. Oscilloscope would be a plus.
 Oral and written communication skills.
 Mechanical ability to use tools of the trade, e.g. drill presses, lathes, grinders, etc.
 Welding capability – stick/tig.
 Lift truck skills – requires successful completion of lift truck training class/examination.
 H/VAC knowledge and experience.

Working Conditions

 Potential for mandatory extended stays up to one week out of town.
 Ability to work with and train other maintenance or production employees.
 Capable of being a leader on the floor to support company goals.
 Work overtime as needed.
 Work at heights of 10 to 50 feet.
 Must supply and own hand tools.
 Dirty/oily work environments.
 Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. of a non-repetitive nature.
 Must practice safety lockout/tagout procedures when working on equipment.
 Sometimes required to work alone – and other times very close with others.
 Able to cope with stringent deadlines while working on equipment needed for production.
 Ability to work while wearing a respirator.(Physical exam required)
 Good eye/hand coordination, dexterity, and adroitness.
 Requires standing, walking, and/or moving about for periods of time in excess of one hour.
 Perform position requirements while wearing eye, ear, foot, and/or other protective devices as required.

Job Summary

Responsible for all duties of the Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician in addition to troubleshooting, installing, and modifying automated system components such as; PLC’s, loaders, unloaders, robots, stackers, servo motors, destackers, automated polishers, and transfers. A good understanding and ability to work with electronic control circuits, SMARTPAC, tooling knowledge, and sensors. Ability to provide leadership and technical support for production and maintenance.

Job Responsibilities

 Good understanding of PLC’s and capable of using laptop computer to troubleshoot the automated systems and assist Electrical Engineers with support on PLC’s.
 Communicate and work with technical support staff in Business Units on the complex production operations.

 Install and troubleshoot multiple automated systems as mentioned in the job summary.
 Perform advanced preventative maintenance task and develop or enhance the preventative maintenance practices that are already in place.
 Travel off-site with potential for extended overnight stays for seminars/training and for training and buy-off of new equipment.
 Act as a mentor/trainer for other maintenance or production people who may or may not have the same skill level that you have developed for a given system.
 Attend continuous education classes and/or training courses as requested by supervisors and management for improving your overall maintenance skills.

 Install, troubleshoot, and/or repair any of a variety of electrical equipment (i.e. motors, controllers, etc.) hydraulic and mechanical devices per all OSHA requirements.
 Interpret blueprints or other written specifications for electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic applications.
 Comply with all safety and housekeeping standards.
 Perform any task that are asked of our Maintenance Mechanic/Electricians.
 And other duties as assigned.

Education, Skills and Experience Required

 PLC Training.
 Experienced and Qualified Maintenance Mechanic/Electrician Journeyman or Senior Maintenance Person with proven skills.
 Have completed training in multiple areas of automation, electronics, and/or tooling.
 Degrees, certifications, or continuing education credits with applicable on the job experience in these areas a plus.
 Ability to work with engineering and assist with the planning, design reviews, buy-off and start-up of new equipment, and the modification of existing equipment to improve and automate our production systems.
 Good oral or written communication skills.
 Blueprint reading ability for electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic systems as well as engineering drawings (i.e. facility layout).
 Ability to use a variety of precision measuring instruments such as tape measure, micrometers, calipers, volt meter, amp probe. Oscilloscope would be a plus.
 Oral and written communication skills.
 Mechanical ability to use tools of the trade, e.g. drill presses, lathes, grinders, etc.
 Welding capability – stick/tig.
 Lift truck skills – requires successful completion of lift truck training class/examination.
 H/VAC knowledge and experience.

Working Conditions

 Potential for mandatory extended stays up to one week out of town.
 Ability to work with and train other maintenance or production employees.
 Capable of being a leader on the floor to support company goals.
 Work overtime as needed.
 Work at heights of 10 to 50 feet.
 Must supply and own hand tools.
 Dirty/oily work environments.
 Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. of a non-repetitive nature.
 Must practice safety lockout/tagout procedures when working on equipment.
 Sometimes required to work alone – and other times very close with others.
 Able to cope with stringent deadlines while working on equipment needed for production.
 Ability to work while wearing a respirator.(Physical exam required)
 Good eye/hand coordination, dexterity, and adroitness.
 Requires standing, walking, and/or moving about for periods of time in excess of one hour.
 Perform position requirements while wearing eye, ear, foot, and/or other protective devices as required.

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