Maintenance II - 3rd Shift
Areas of Responsibility:
- Responsible for making sure that every employee on the shift is working to have an accident free environment.
- Communicate to leadership any issues that arise through the functions of maintenance technician using the lock out tag out process as needed
- Make use of all PPE, and insures compliance with all safety rules and Regulations.
- Attends safety meetings
- Responsible for maintaining a clean production area and workshop.
- Must be familiar with OSHA regulations and be able to recognize and correct any weakness.
- Properly utilize Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including mandatory use of eye protection and hearing protection. Gloves and sleeves may also be required for some tasks.
- Proper use of Lockout/Tagout procedures
- Safe use of an authorized utility knife.
- Completes necessary housekeeping duties in work area at all times
- Complies with all OSHA/Company safety requirements.
- Knowledgeable of location of MSDS, First Aid Supplies, fire extinguishers, exits.
- Participates actively in workplace safety.
- Notifies supervisors of accidents, near misses, or unsafe working conditions.
- Maintain an orderly and clean work area to promote a safe work environment.
2. Diagnoses and repairs equipment:
- Responds with a sense of urgency to problems within the plant
- Communicates needs or concerns of equipment breakdowns in the timely manner.
- Rebuild equipment and assemblies as needed.
- Modifies existing equipment as needed.
3. Performs Preventive Maintenance tasks;
- Complete required preventive maintenance in a timely manner.
- Communicate any problems or concerns that arise within the scope of completing PM’s of equipment to the appropriate individual for further action.
4. Installation and removal of equipment
- Complete tasks involved in the installation and/or removal of equipment in an effective and timely manner.
5. Food Safety Responsibility
- Fundamental understanding of HACCP.
- Compliant to CgMP Program.
- Assures Calibrations are completed.
- Assures facilities, equipment, processes are compliant to SQFI 2000 Level 2 within the scope of Job Function.
- In the absence of operation personnel, halts all processes posing a threat to Food Safety and notifies supervision.
6. Performs other assigned duties as needed
- This is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as required.
- High School diploma or equivalent
- 3 to 5 years electrical and mechanical equipment maintenance
- Communication skills
- Computer skills
- Ability to lift up to 50 lbs unassisted and 100 lbs with assistance
- Basic math skills
- Read and comprehend English
- Ability to coordinate the activities of the maintenance technician
- Knowledge of basic electricity
- Knowledge of basic machine mechanics
- Must be familiar with OSHA regulations and have the ability to recognize and correct any system weaknesses.
- Electrical certification
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