- Exercises independent discretion in performing a full array of maintenance related work requiring skill in trouble shooting, repairing, installation necessary to ensure efficient facility operation.
- Advanced troubleshooting, repairs, modifies, installs, maintains and modernizes new or existing facility systems and equipment, could include refrigeration equipment.
- Perform daily monitoring, repair and preventative maintenance activities on critical systems and facility equipment.
- Required to do other maintenance work in addition to that listed, such as rough carpentry, electrical and plumbing.
- Performs other work whenever it is conducive to efficient operations and/or maintaining business operations, including project direction, layout work, and planning of equipment installations.
- Working with others to implement injury prevention and compliance initiatives.
- Provide support for facility related projects, including Contractor Management.
- Assist in compliance inspections and EHS program implementation as requested.
- Be responsible to lead and drive successful installations, shutdowns, operations, troubleshooting, and controls strategy.
- Be responsible for alarms, be on call for responding to critical alarms, and resolve system issues to maintain low alarms counts.
- High school diploma/or local equivalent plus 3 years of experience in facilities maintenance in a manufacturing environment or a Technical School degree.
- Demonstrated verbal and written communications.
- Thorough understanding of facility support systems including electrical, heating/cooling, and plumbing systems.
- Basic computer skills.
Very experienced person.
Also, flexibility with additional hours, including after 4:30pm, &/or Saturdays.
Mechanic should be a real “tradesman/woman”; should have knowledge of troubleshooting of machinery, plumbing, electricity. ( This is not just to replace light bulbs)