Title: Maintenance Technician II
Department: Production Engineering
Report to: Maintenance Engineer and Manager
- Troubleshoots maintenance problems involving electrical, mechanical, and equipment repair or replacement.
- Support engineering activities as assigned by the maintenance engineers and managers.
- Identify opportunities for improvement, or new technologies for the current process. May add input into packaging, material flow, or logistics of material flow.
- Help develop plans to increase through-put, or reduce cost in machine reliability, capacity utilization.
- Assist in the installation of new automated manufacturing and facilities equipment.
- Develop engineering solutions to eliminate repetitive equipment/process failures.
- Work in continuous improvement efforts for machine capacity utilization.
- Help define equipment requirements, TPM components, modification, and common components.
- Coordinates with engineers and managers to schedule regular maintenance on machines.
- Collaborates with production engineering manager and maintenance engineers regarding new products being added and modifications that will be required.
- Completes reports documenting work performed.
- Records and reports damaged, worn, or broken parts.
- Assist and perform, as needed, with duties assigned to Maintenance Tech I.
PREREQUISITES FOR THE JOB:
- Assumes other duties as assigned by Team Engineer and Manager.
- High school diploma or equivalent required. Preferred certification or associates in electrical and/or mechanical program.
- 5+ years of experience in manufacturing environment and lean manufacturing
- Must have detailed knowledge and experience with hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical system
- Knowledge of machinery, equipment, and tools necessary for the maintenance and repair of manufacturing equipment
- Familiarity with solving electrical and mechanical issues
- Skill in using hand and power tools
- Preferred ability to read and follow blueprints and assembly instructions
- Preferred knowledge and use of 5S and TPM activities
- Preferred familiarity with machine shop lathe, mill, and grinding operations
- Prolonged periods of standing and walking.
- Able to bend, stretch, push, pull, and move as needed to reach, clean, and service machinery.
- Must be able to visually inspect machines.
- Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
- Must be able to work in confined spaces.
- High energy level, comfortable performing multifaced tasks in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
- High concentration for repair of mechanical and electric issues on machine equipment
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team
- Strong verbal and written communication/documentation skills
- Goal and team oriented working attitude with open mindset