The Maintenance Technician is responsible for ensuring equipment uptime through timely, in-depth troubleshooting and repair.
The Maintenance Technician performs troubleshooting and repair of all production equipment including injection molders, blow molders, fillers/cappers, labelers, case packers, conveyors, palletizers, and stretch wrappers.
The Maintenance Technician also performs troubleshooting and repair of facilities and auxiliary equipment, such as chillers, air compressors, Reverse Osmosis, other water filtration equipment and general maintenance of the plant.
The Maintenance Technician works directly with machine Operators, Supervisors, Preventative Maintenance Mechanics and Sr. Maintenance Technicians to resolve mechanical issues that arise during shift.
The Maintenance Technician proposes solutions to complex and reoccurring problems on production equipment to Sr. Mechanics and Management to resolve issues.
- Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems using schematics, technical drawings and testing equipment
- Repair equipment, fixtures, systems, conveyors, and other equipment at facility
- Modify, lubricate, diagnose, and operate equipment in accordance with Niagara’s defined processes
- Maintain industrial control systems
- Work independently and with other team members to complete repairs in a safe and timely manner
- Create and report repairs throughout shift. Complete required work order paperwork, document parts and material usage
- Understand and follow plant safety rules including safe lifting practices and safe machine operation. Personal Protective Equipment is to be used where required
- Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the job to ensure equipment and facility up-time
- Please note this job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without prior notice