Currently seeking a Maintenance Technician is responsible for the operational support of all production and facilities equipment. This position must ensure all production equipment is functioning correctly, in a safe manner, in support of achieving production goals.
Perform preventative, corrective, and emergency maintenance on all production equipment in the facility
Monitor equipment performance, document repairs and failures, and control all maintenance recording on CNC routers, stone polishing machines, saws, water jets, air compressors, etc.
Control operation of the water treatment system, this includes metering water usage and tank water levels, filter maintenance (cleaning, changing, and repairing), and performing necessary maintenance on pneumatic diaphragm pumps (repair, rebuild, and replace)
Properly document the steps taken to conduct the repair including; all actions taken to rectify, parts replaced or consumed, materials, and conditions observed
Implement and sustain the preventative maintenance actions assigned
Conduct in depth troubleshooting analyzing circuits, mechanical interactions, and electronic failures to identify root cause of failure and repair
Identify, research, document and submit required parts order for preventative and corrective maintenance
Support configuration and electronic service updates as required
Provide support or make recommendations for new or existing equipment with regard to installation, upgrades or enhancements
Perform all assigned tasks per production priority, safety impact, operational direction and timelines
Responsible for ensuring Health and Safety procedures and safeguards are enforced
Supervise and enforce the cleanliness and maintenance of all the equipment
Minimum of 5 years preventative, corrective, and reactive maintenance performance or bachelor' s degree in related field and at least 1 year of experience
Strong technical electro-mechanical background
Hydraulics Systems, thorough understanding of pressure application, fluid interaction, and operations of pressurized systems
Experience with electronics, computers, sensors, circuit boards and troubleshooting
Must be able to demonstrate operation and understanding of a volt meter
Be able to troubleshoot, safely isolate, repair and operate electrical systems like electric motors; single, 3 phase and DC wiring.
Knowledge of troubleshooting, repairing and operating compressed air systems including, but not limited to: air compressors, pneumatic actuators, and sensors
Work independently with minimal supervision
Continuously drive to improve self, shop, team, and equipment
Good housekeeping skills
Languages: English is required, bilingual in Spanish is a plus