Mequon, Stati Uniti
Gross remuneration 28.61 $ Hourly
Performs electrical or mechanical troubleshooting to determine problems in non-functioning electromechanical equipment used in the manufacturing process. Dismantles, adjusts, repairs and assembles equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, operating or repair manuals, rough sketches or drawings. Uses test and diagnostic equipment to perform checkouts. Rebuilds manufacturing equipment as required. May perform equipment modifications as directed by manufacturing engineers.
Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
Uses documented work instructions and maintenance management software to perform semi-routine maintenance and document work performed. Uses a variety of tools, reads and interprets drawings and manuals to perform routine and moderately difficult maintenance work with little direction. Troubleshoots machinery and equipment; requiring judgment to propose solutions while maintaining workmanship standards and supports development and training initiatives.
Demonstrated expertise with manufacturing software / systems, safety acumen and attention to detail is required. Strong mechanical aptitude and demonstrated understanding and logical approach to analyses, troubleshooting, and problem solving techniques is needed while responding to internal customer requests in a timely manner to determine priorities for machine repair, maintenance, and support.
This position will perform required maintenance (preventive and repair) on electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic production equipment and perform equipment modifications as directed by manufacturing engineers while using test and diagnostic equipment to perform troubleshooting and repair tasks. This position will also move machinery and fixtures throughout the building, as required to support production.
This position will identify and resolve machine and process issues relating to downtime, scrap and performance while reading and interpreting diagrams and prints to repair machines. Maintaining good care of equipment and tools used, monitoring spare parts inventories and make recommendations to assure availability and recording preventive maintenance and repair data using computer based systems is necessary in this role.
The ability to learn product programming of equipment, using computer technology to perform work assignments will be crucial to the role. Demonstrated increased depth and understanding of specific equipment assignments, recognizing and anticipating equipment failure indicators while supporting capabilities expand beyond specific equipment assignments. Determining equipment efficiencies for long-term use and viability, troubleshooting and repair equipment to root cause (permanent equipment corrective action/fix) is required.
Overtime is an essential function of this position which typically requires 20 hours of overtime/week. Actual overtime hours may vary.