Maintenance Technician

McDonough, GA 30253

Posted: 08/15/2019 Industry: Technical Job Number: 509618

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Maintenance Technician A DEPT / DIVISION: Maintenance
POSITION REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor LOCATION: McDonough D.C.
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Position Summary: This position represents a technician skilled in one or possibly several trades. A-level Maintenance technicians perform various tasks with an electrical focus in the repair and maintenance of machinery, facilities, and equipment. The technician exercises technical independence in determining work methods and procedures with tasks ranging from reading blue prints and installing new electrical devices to troubleshooting complex system issues. Advancement to this position requires successful completion of the standardized mechanical aptitude test, an electrical test, and interview process.
Primary Responsibilities of the Job:
1. Exhibit proven troubleshooting skills in all aspects of distribution center maintenance including PLC Control Logic, electrical, mechanical, and analytical areas of the business. Use electronic/electrical knowledge to troubleshoot system problems.
2. Lead safe work practice behaviors by demonstrating safety in implementation of tasks and understanding safety considerations related to equipment installations and troubleshooting.
3. Troubleshoot equipment-related problems and process performance related issues in order to determine the root cause(s) of a particular request or incident. Use systematic troubleshooting methods to determine the key root cause. Apply good judgment to choosing solutions.
4. Install electrical conduit, wiring, switching devices, controls, fixtures, motors, outlets, enclosures, and other such equipment in order to increase capacity, repair breakdowns, or improve efficiency.
5. Analyze and repair electrical and operational problems on assigned equipment (i.e. conveyor/sortation, building/facility, fire/safety) and plans and takes corrective action.
6. Assist in testing and calibrating electrical, pneumatic, and HVAC controls under operating conditions with or without assistance from specialized contractor(s).
7. Install electrical conduit, wiring, control panels, data lines, switching devices, PLC s, controls, fixtures, motors, outlets, and other such equipment in accordance with applicable codes such as NEC, UL, and NFPA as necessary. Demonstrate leadership in this capacity through work area and project cleanliness, neatness, and standardization of installation behaviors.
8. Perform diagnostic tests, maintain, and evaluate equipment performance using instruments such as voltmeters, pyrometers, pressure gauges, tachometers, light meters, thermal imagers, potentiometers, multi-meters, and other instrumentation devices.
9. Test, calibrate, and repair pneumatic controls, HVAC controls, pumps, fans, valves, PLC s electronic eyes, photo-eyes/photocells, emitters/receivers, motors, and motor starters/inverters, relays, etc. in order to return equipment to operational status.
10. Conduct routine preventative maintenance inspection of assigned equipment, report findings and take corrective actions if possible. Record findings in CMMS.
11. Document and communicate recurring equipment malfunctions, reliability concerns, and lead the effort to implement corrective action recommendations.
12. Use computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to seek out similar issues for help with resolution and/or to build justification for replacement equipment. Assist or coach lower-level technicians with their CMMS proficiency.
13. Develop and present training and communication sessions for the department related to new, modified, or complex equipment operations.
14. Operate and troubleshoot label application equipment as required to maintain a documented record of label quality from either desktop, or process-line printing devices.
15. Assist in routine preventative maintenance inspection of assigned equipment including lubrication of both stationary and moving equipment with oils, greases and other lubricants.
16. Perform other duties as assigned.
Contacts:
Internal: Facility Engineer, Maintenance Manager, Supervision, and Operations Managers, IT personnel
External: Contact with outside services, contractors, inspectors, and other technical consultants
Decision Making:
1. Determine best methods, procedures for maintenance repairs.
2. Make troubleshooting/repair recommendations to maintenance supervisor
Resourcefulness/Creativity: Associate should be effective in solving non-recurring problems.
Environment:
1. Must stay abreast of changing technology and work in a fast-paced environment
2. Must be able to crawl, bend, lift up to 50 lbs., climb, and work at up to 50 ft. heights
3. Must be able to distinguish different wire colors
4. Must be able to stand most or all of shift in a wide range of temperatures
Qualifications & Experience:
Experience: Must have 5-7 years mechanical maintenance, carpentry, plumbing, conveyors, and sortation experience in a distribution environment. A minimum of two (2) years proven, demonstrated and verifiable electrical / electronics experience is desired.
? Understand PLC programming and controls in an automated environment
? Six (6) weeks of Weekend Shift experience preferred
 Exposure to paints, coatings, and adhesives applications
 Root Cause Analysis or other systematic problem solving exposure
 Familiar with gearboxes and electric motors, v-belts and pulleys
 Exposure to mathematics applied to industry
 Familiar with sprockets and chains used as power transmission
 Understand, confidently use, and maintain shop tools
 Understand principles of generators and power generation equipment
 Familiar with metal fabrication tools, cutting & welding, pumps and compressors, HVAC, and fire  response equipment
 Understand packaging and labeling equipment and their implementation
Ability to read and understand blueprints and schematics related to processing equipment
 Familiar with industrial lighting types and applications
Education: Must score a minimum of 75 percentile on the Bennet s Mechanical Aptitude test. Requires High School Diploma or GED. Technical school or technical training preferred.
Willingness to attend and complete conveyor training classes off site Analytical skills including meters and gauges
Skills: Must possess troubleshooting skills, good communication, mechanical aptitude ability to operate various equipment, ability to use hand tools.
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