Master Maintenance Technician - Nights
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Our unique, informal culture champions courage, determination and collaboration. Knowing we have an open and supportive team means each of us has the freedom to take responsibility and ownership. We have a shared passion to work hard, innovate and push boundaries.
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Monday - Friday, 3:00pm – 11:30pm
Starting Hourly Wage - $40.17/hr
Sign On Bonus - $2500
This highly visible position located at our Harrisonville, MO facility.
Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Master Maintenance Technician is primarily responsible for maintaining and repairing the production equipment. The technician will develop and implement the maintenance programs necessary to ensure the short-term and long-term reliability of the equipment, as well as lead the effort to optimize maintenance costs, maximize equipment availability and reduce unsafe conditions.
Essential Job Functions:
- Locate and diagnose failures, replace defective components, and perform basic troubleshooting using standard equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches, specifications, prints, manuals, and verbal and/or written instructions.
- Repairs and maintains machinery and mechanical equipment such as pneumatic tools, motors, conveyor systems and production machines and equipment using testing instruments, hand and power tools and precision-measuring instruments.
- Performs a wide variety of functions such as installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment for generating, distributing, and utilizing electrical energy. Uses instruments to test circuits and replaces or installs new power, light, electronic and control circuits.
- Troubleshoots electrical malfunctions, inspects circuits and wiring for shielding and grounding, and tests electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
- Repairs complex electrical equipment, including motors, switches, switchboards, electrical mechanisms, automated machines, controls, panels, relays, circuit breakers, communication systems and alarms.
- Performs complex wiring assignments.
- Installs measures, cuts, bonds, threads, assembles and installs electrical conduit.
- Works from schematics, drawings, layouts, or other specifications to locate and diagnose trouble in the electrical system or equipment.
- Improvises acceptable fixes to get equipment running promptly.
- Assists engineers in diagnosing problems and suggesting corrective action.
- Cleans and lubricates parts.
- Inspects completed repairs.
- Properly inspect and maintain shop equipment, in accordance with OSHA regulations and C&D Standards.
- Prepare new machines and production equipment for operation.
- Follow a strict preventive maintenance schedule to lessen exposure to downtime related repairs and maintenance.
- Orders replacement parts. Requisition new parts and equipment.
- Report shift metrics to capture the performance and/or areas for improvement. (Breakdown – Downtime) (Part Availability)
- Maintains appropriate maintenance and repair logs.
- Maintain a clean, organized and safe shop and production floor.
- Consistently work in a safe manner with regard to self, co-workers, and manufacturing systems.
- Perform general housekeeping tasks and waste removal within department/group and assists other areas as required.
- Continuously review current processes and search out improvement methods to improve product/process quality and reduce waste, rework, and unnecessary work that adds no value to the work or process.
- Assists with a quality control process on repairs made in house. Uses results from inspections to help develop the other maintenance technicians and further refine processes and maintenance documents.
- Assist and support other team members in meeting department and site goals.
- Contribute and participate in team decision making. Provide support in project work and other special requests.
- Provide support to the production team to produce superior quality materials that meet/exceed client needs. This role supports the needs of manufacturing and facilities to ensure both are in top working order.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Needed:
- Good oral and written communication skills
- Good organizational and time management skills
- Mechanical/Electrical aptitude
- Ability to effectively interact with employees at all levels of the organization
Education and Experience Needed:
- High school diploma or equivalent and 5 – 7 years of industrial experience. Associate’s degree or vocational certificate preferred
- PLC experience and three-phase electrical knowledge is required along with a demonstrated understanding of industrial controls, hydraulics, and pneumatics.
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