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As a Maintenance Mechanic, your responsibilities would include:
• Practice safe work behaviors in accordance with company policies and OSHA regulations. Stop others performing “at risk” behaviors.
• Utilize Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs).
• Perform both proactive and reactive maintenance on production and process equipment as needed to support the internal customer.
• Perform Preventative Maintenance (PM) on equipment and processes.
• Use personal knowledge and experience to quickly and safely repair equipment and processes.
• Maintain a clean work area in and around all repair locations. Ensure the shop and surrounding areas are kept clean by the removal of all debris in work areas, work benches, breakrooms, and all production and warehousing areas. Clean up any and all spills.
• Direct, monitor, and/or assist the activities of contractors working in your assigned area as needed by Engineering.
• Assist operations with weekly line startups and any scheduled or unscheduled changeovers as needed by your internal customer.
• Effective communication with the operator(s), production supervisors, and maintenance management regarding repairs being made to down equipment and/or processes.
• Perform all tasks assigned by management.
• Use a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to initiate, review and sign-off work orders in the system. This includes the documentation of your time and materials used.
• Provide own tooling to effectively and efficiently perform all troubleshooting and repair of equipment and processes.
Location: Villa Rica, GA
Salary: $25-$27/hour with a comprehensive benefits package including, medical, dental, vision, 401 etc.
Travel Requirements: Minimal
Shift: 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift available
• Good mechanic possesses the following characteristics: analytical, attentive, thorough, organized, energetic, prompt, self-starter, requires little if any direct supervision, and displays a “sense of urgency” responding to trouble calls.
• Able to safely lift up to 40 lbs.
• Able to perform repetitive hand, wrist, body twist and bend, grasping and pinching, and kneeling, squatting, and climbing tasks.
• Able to use technical manuals and schematics to troubleshoot equipment and processes.
• Experience with the operation of simple shop equipment (band saws, vertical and horizontal saws, drill press, mills, lathes, grinders, etcetera).
• Experience with troubleshooting and repairing basic electrical systems and components (starters, switches, potentiometers, fuses, relays, etcetera).
• Experience with troubleshooting and repairing electrical systems (inverters, motors, etcetera).
• Experience with troubleshooting and repair electronics (level probes, flow meters, RTDs, etcetera).
• Experience with troubleshooting and repairing mechanical systems (gears, sprockets, bearings, bushings, seals, chain and belt drives, gearboxes, etcetera).
• Experience with troubleshooting and repairing hydraulic and/or pneumatic systems (cylinders, valves, manifolds, pumps, etcetera).