Facility Maintenance Technician 2nd Shift

Facilities/Maintenance Seymour, Indiana



The Facilities’ Maintenance Technician will support the Seymour Manufacturing Site facility and related equipment and processes to support 24/7 operation. This would include troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and repair of existing facility related equipment and utilities. Install, repair, and maintain various mechanical, rotating and electrical equipment, piping, heating/cooling equipment along with, but not limited, to other utilities as defined by management.


Perform preventive/corrective maintenance on facility related equipment using the appropriate tasks, procedures and manuals ensuring equipment reliability. This includes, but is not limited to, HVAC, dust collectors, boilers, pumps, hydraulic systems, mixers, ventilation, heat exchangers, filters/filtration, piping, valves, doors and the overall facility.
Troubleshoot and repair electronic monitoring and control systems for HVAC systems.
Regular inspection of equipment and the facility to identify and report issues or defects and proper reporting methods to supervision.
Perform activities with established site and departmental goals of compliance and operation in mind.
Ability to read and comprehend instructions, including but not limited to, activity reports, work order documentation and Standard Operating Procedures.
Ability to effectively present information in individual and small group situations.
Troubleshoot and diagnose mechanical, electrical and/or instrumentation situations on facility and related processing equipment.
Follow all safety practices, recognize hazards and perform necessary corrections.
Use of hand and power tools, mills, lathes and welding tools as necessary to complete assignments.
Maintain a clean, orderly and safe work environment.
Execute basic computer functions for communications and work order execution.
Flexibility to support a 24/7 operation environment.
Perform all other duties deemed necessary for this maintenance position or as assigned by supervision


High School Diploma I GED

Associate's Degree (or equivalent experience)


A minimum of 2- 5 years of industrial maintenance experience, with a minimum of 1-2 years in the field of HVAC and refrigeration systems/equipment.
Associate Degree in Industrial Mechanics Technology, Instrumentation or Electronics degree is desirable.
A license and/or a certification course from a recognized source in HVAC management are desired. Training in in the form of an apprentice program with on the job training would also be taken under consideration.
Ability to use a variety of electrical, hand tools and test equipment common to HVAC technicians.
Solid mechanical, electrical, and trouble-shooting skills.
Ability to work with little direct supervision.
Capability to interpret mechanical and electrical diagrams as well an understanding of how to read blueprints.
Pharmaceutical experience or GMP experience is desired.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) required.
Ability to be flexible with work priorities and work effectively as part of a team.
Knowledge of SAP is preferred.
Ability to troubleshoot and program VFDs/ similar devices or controllers is desired.
Basic knowledge and understanding of computers, PLCs, VFDs and other machine control systems/devices or equipment is preferred.
Basic understanding of low pressure and hot water boilers, air compressors and Building Automation Controls is desired.
Maintain a close working relationship with key customers to ensure superior customer service satisfaction.
Work with and/or oversee work performance by outside services or contractors.
Ability to identify and order parts needed to complete corrective and preventive maintenance activities in a timely manner.
Must exhibit effective communication and interpersonal skills.


Ability to handle multiple assignments with varying/conflicting priorities in a manner that meets the company's goals.
Technical or skilled background, with "hands on" experience.
Self-driven to meet objectives/goals within the organization.
Ability to take direction from various sources for job completion in a customer service driven environment.
Communicate effectively across the organization, both orally and in writing, to provide responses to requests, issues or resolutions.


Traditional industrial work environment, with frequent walking to other areas of the facility, including production areas, loading docks, mechanical spaces, roofs, catwalks and warehouse spaces.
Must be able to wear company designated protective equipment for extended periods of time, including respirators, etc.
Must be able to stand and perform tasks or repairs for the entire work shift.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds or greater and using dollies or carts, hand trucks be able to move items weighing over 100 pounds.
Must be able to operate man or personnel lifts for the purpose of required work activities.
Must be able to work in hot and/or cold conditions for periods of time to complete assignments.
Must be able to work in closed confined spaces as designated by the company as well as on roofs and on equipment as needed.