Maintenance/Control Tech (2nd Shift

Job Description: 

Essential Duties:   
Read, diagnose and repair machinery and equipment using hand tools and other equipment
Perform preventive maintenance on machinery
Read electrical schematics and other documents to assist in diagnosing and repairing machinery and equipment
Troubleshoot machinery and equipment
Communicate with co-workers and others to carry out job duties
Various other duties as required by the department 

Formal training leading to journeyman status in Machine Repair, or equivalent
Five to seven years experience. 

Advanced equipment troubleshooting skills
Knowledge of ISO/TS16949
Knowledge of cutting, forming, turning, milling, grinding, tool sharpening, SPC (statistical process control) charting, calculating, speeds and feeds, machine setup, blueprint reading, electrical schematic reading
Must have knowledge of mechanical, pneumatic, electrical and hydraulic systems sufficient to diagnose and repair machines
Ability to do Facilities Maintenance Repairs
Knowledge PLC Ladder Logic & Trouble Shooting
Experience with Allen Bradley
Knowledge of SLC  5000
Must be able to operate basic metrology equipment, grease guns, grinders, drill presses, punch presses, hand tools, and equipment related to the maintenance and repair of equipment and machines 
5-S standards
Communication skills to communicate and interact with all levels of employees
Computer skills and math skills sufficient to perform department related tasks are required

Safety glasses and hearing protection required.  Other safety equipment
required on an as needed basis.

Physical Demands
Working environment and physical requirements of this position are those typical of a manufacturing environment.  Job requires very frequent visual effort and concentration, and the ability to move throughout the plant, including second story areas.  Must be able to identify colors for purposes of executing machine and equipment repairs.  The ability to lift 40 pounds is required.

Eric Saarela
Sr. Technical Recruiter
Bryant Bureau