Be part of a great team repairing and maintaining production machinery supporting the production of powertrain, body, and chassis products, such as alternators, starters, and stators.
** Competitive pay based on experience**
** $2,500 Sign-On Bonus **
** $1.00/hour Shift Differential **
** Quarterly Bonus Payments Averaging 5% **
** Great Training - Robotics, Automation, Controls **
Since 1979 we have served automotive, heavy-duty truck, and coach manufacturers across the US and continue to grow each year!
Repair and maintain the equipment and machinery on assigned production lines applying mechanical, electrical, electronic and hydraulic principles.
Use a wide variety of hand tools, power tools, precision measuring instruments & PC’s to perform assignments.
Utilize equipment-specific software for set up, troubleshooting, and programming/editing of automation devices, such as robots, linear actuators, servo drives, variable frequency drives, HMI screens & vision systems.
Perform preventive maintenance requirements on production line equipment and record maintenance programs.
Inspect and listen to sounds of machines and equipment to locate potential causes of trouble.
Routinely check equipment for potential safety hazards and implement safety improvements promptly after a need is identified.
Interact with production personnel to assess equipment problems and observe equipment to determine what repairs or modifications are necessary.
Assemble new machines and equipment.
Set up and operate metalworking tools such as lathe, drill press, grinder, mill, band saw and welding equipment as needed to repair parts.
Assist and train production personnel on preventive and troubleshooting maintenance procedures as necessary.
Actively participate in company Continuous Improvement activities.
High school diploma or GED required; Associates degree or past additional training in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering helpful but not required.
Minimum of 2-3 years in a high-speed manufacturing environment.
Machine maintenance and diagnostic/troubleshooting experience required - both electrical and mechanical.
Programmable Logic Control (PLC) knowledge required
Familiarity with safety precautions such as Lock-out/Tag-out, Arc Flash protection, welding protection, and personal protective equipment.
Knowledge of drawings and schematics