Industrial Maintenance Technician

Industrial Maintenance Technician
Position Core Role:
Overall experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical and electrical components. Understanding of blueprints and electrical schematics, robot, PLC programming and stamping press operations.
Essential Function and Responsibilities:
Support department in achieving daily production targets. Perform daily equipment inspection/checks for abnormal situations. Document daily equipment related activities. Suggest and implement approval ideas that reduce repeat or potential downtime. Support weekend and plant shutdown activities. Preventative maintenance and continuous improvement of equipment and tools as required in order to guarantee Safety, Quality, and Delivery targets. Equipment modifications as required to support business plan initiatives, new model requirements or other retooling requirements. Assess conditions on overhead cranes and heavy duty production equipment. Complete all required training.
Daily Tasks:
Equipment inspection/checks, daily reporting and tracking of activities, Preventative maintenance, continuous improvement. Support press operations, create follow up work orders as necessary, answer downtime issues and communicate information to the next shift.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Daily reporting and tracking of activities: Plan, Do, Check, Action follow up items.
Immediate response to production floor needs/requirements.
Compliance with all safety policies and regulations.
Able to communicate clearly in verbal and written format.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft products.
Be flexible to change work hours as needed.
Able to analyze problems and determine root causes.
Strong self-direction and drive.
Capacity to develop a high level of expertise/aptitude in mechanical and electrical area. Preferred Mitsubishi PLC and VFD's experience
Required Experience:
0-5 years' maintenance experience in an industrial environment
Education Requirements:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Honda Factors:
2nd or 3rd shift

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