Industrial Maintenance Technician - 1st Shift
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Loves Park, IL 61111
For this RARE 1st Shift opportunity, we are looking for a Maintenance Tech who has an electrical repair background, and wants to join our diverse and growing Maintenance Team!
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the maintenance and repair of hydraulic, electronic, electrical and/or mechanical systems and equipment throughout the facility. Ensures production equipment is maintained in order to maximize machine productivity and minimize downtime.
1. Troubleshoots and repairs machines and equipment,
a. CNC controllers and PLC’s.
b. Electrical / electronic problems to board level
c. Mechanical problems
2. Read and work from electrical schematics, ladder diagrams, maintenance manuals and parts lists to repair and install equipment.
3. Utilize meters, test equipment including scopes and analyzers as required.
4. Install/move machines, equipment and required electrical equipment.
5. Install/hook up required electrical equipment utilizing proper wire and conduit sizes.
6. Assist in training of less experienced maintenance personnel.
7. Rebuild/modify machines and equipment as required.
8. Safely perform work using ladders and lifts as required.
9. Accept and support the safety and loss prevention program.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• High School Diploma or equivalent required
• Advanced formal education in mechanics, hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical systems or machine design strongly preferred.
• Combined 7+ years machine repair, maintenance or electrical systems experience
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
• Possess advanced diagnostic and repair skills, understanding of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic functions
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to teach troubleshooting skills to less experience maintenance staff
• Ability to read mechanical drawing and hydraulic schematics
• Ability to read and efficiently use a wide range of precision mechanical measurement devices
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Possess basic computer skills
• Ability to quickly learn new concepts and techniques
• Ability to diagnoses and resolve complex mechanical issues
• Possess basic application of industrial electrical distribution, motor control circuits and able to resolve moderately complex electrical problems.