Sr. Maintenance Technician

Maintenance SR Technician must have a Minimum of 5 years Industrial Maintenance experience
or an Associates Degree in Electronics/Electrical with 2 years experience
or Military training in related field with honorable discharge.

Essential Functions:
Troubleshoots electrical and mechanical systems.
Operates and works efficiently and safely with small hand tools.
Documents various procedures and work history reports.
Modifies equipment when given the proper equipment and instructions.
Reads electrical schematics and mechanical prints.
Coordinates and follows through on various machine related projects.
Informs supervisor or asst. supervisor of mechanical problems, quality and safety issues.
Maintains a neat and clean work area.
Follows safety rules and procedures at all times.
Must be able to troubleshoot and repair PLC's.
Must be able to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic/pneumatic systems.

ADDITIONAL Responsibilities:
Annual Fork-truck and Boom Lift Certification Tracking of Techs.
Support Operations through scheduled Dock Audits and Fault Tree Analysis.

High School Graduate.
Technical Degrees or Vocation Certifications in Industrial Maintenance Field.
Minimum 5 years experience in multi-craft industrial maintenance.

Demonstrate expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures to include but not limited to
Must be able to meet the Education Curriculum in his area of Education.

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