Make repairs or adjustments as instructed by a work orders or verbal requests on production process equipment and anything supporting production. Troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic systems as required. Perform preventative maintenance on all production process equipment on a scheduled basis. Use equipment manuals and documentation to troubleshoot, tune and to find part numbers to make repairs. Should possess strong customer service skills. Able to use input from equipment operators to develop a strategy for repairs. Needs to manage a changing work load and be able to prioritize repairs. Walk and stand up to six (6) hours at a time, up to 12 hours a day, with frequent squatting, stooping, kneeling, bending, twisting at waist, and climbing ladders. Possess the abilities to perform the physical requirements of the assigned job as identified by the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) with or without reasonable accommodations. General physical requirements include lifting, standing, climbing and hand manipulations. Perform all duties in accordance to GMP/QSR guidelines and adhere to all relative Microbiology Division SOP’s Perform all work activities in a safe manner. Arrive to work on time and work during scheduled work hours, working additional overtime as needed. Report any actual or potential safety hazards to management.
In addition, other duties may be assigned as needed.
SKILLS, ABILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Possess high school diploma or equivalent experience. Possess vocational technical or at least three years related job experience. Possess previous process control and various piping system experience. Possess basic knowledge of electronics, strong troubleshooting abilities, and ability to read electrical diagrams. Experience in lean manufacturing environment is preferred. Experience on 5S or SMED projects would be helpful.