Industrial Mechanic

As a maintenance team member, the Industrial Mechanic will be focused on partnering with operations by working closely with; Operators, Supervisors, Engineering, etc., to determine what is required to keep production functioning safely, efficiently, and at the highest quality levels. This position is responsible for repairs and maintenance for all machinery and equipment such as conveyor systems, fillers, processing equipment, packaging equipment, hydraulic components and mechanical equipment such as AC/DC drives and pneumatic components, production machines and equipment. This is a hands-on job, which requires both mechanical and electrical skills.
The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 4 years of hands-on industrial electrical mechanical maintenance experience with production equipment and controls in a liquid food processing plant. High school diploma with an applicable technical certificate preferred. Ability to read electrical blueprints, diagrams, schematics, plc programs and operating instructions. Working knowledge and experience with AC variable frequency drives, low voltage instrumentation (RTD's, level transmitters, ETC), PLC troubleshooting, installation and repair of motors, working with up to 480 volts and blueprints and schematics. Strong working knowledge of; pneumatic and hydraulic systems, conveyors, pumps, valves, gearboxes and packaging equipment. Must be able to successfully pass a criminal background check and drug testing. Ability to work any shift including weekends.

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