The Industrial Maintenance Technician is responsible for planning, completing, and following preventive maintenance of physical plant and equipment and performing emergency repairs when needed. In this position, most mechanical work is completed in-house while some projects are contracted out.
– Maintains various production-related equipment such as grinders, thermometers,
tape machines, compressors, and other small equipment.
– Maintains various shop equipment such as CNC mills, machining centers, lathes,
surface grinders, and other related equipment.
– Completes HVAC, forklift, and other related projects where it is practical to
complete in-house rather than contracting out.
– Works closely with contractors and equipment vendors in regard to equipment repair
revisions and modifications.
– Follows good manufacturing practices to ensure product safety.
– Keeps inventory of repair parts.
– Works with purchasing to order parts needed for repairs.
– Operates and maintains the chilled water, compressed air, and vacuum systems.
– Assists in completing building and grounds maintenance.
– Keeps work area and equipment in a safe operating condition and clean and orderly.
– Performs preventive maintenance schedules on equipment including the machine shop.
– Repairs small equipment and shop equipment as requested.
– Assists in the maintenance and rebuilding of CNC mills and related equipment.
– Perform such other duties, projects, and tasks as may be assigned.
vocational training in the maintenance of production and shop equipment is highly desirable. Completion of all or a portion of a maintenance apprenticeship would be beneficial.
Although not required to enter this position, 3-5 years of previous plant and equipment maintenance experience will enable this person to complete repairs in an effective and timely fashion independently. General knowledge of machine shop practices and basic Facility Maintenance Knowledge.