Come and join our fast-growing company! Great opportunities for professional
development and monetary advancement. Repair a wide variety of equipment and machinery using good troubleshooting, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. Conduct regular inspections to identify faulty equipment, test new machinery before use or installation, keep records of maintenance and activities and train junior mechanics.
Repairs and maintains mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic components of production machines and equipment.
Visually inspects and listens to machines equipment to locate causes of malfunctions.
Dismantles machines & equipment to gain access to problem area, using hand/power tools.
Inspects measures parts to detect wear, misalignment, or other problems.
Removes and replaces worn or defective parts of drive mechanism or hydraulic system, using hand tools, power tools, and following blueprints, diagrams, and service manuals
realigns and adjusts components, like sprockets and chains, using hand tools following diagrams.
Locates damaged air hydraulic lines on machine and replace as necessary.
Starts machines equipment to test operation following repair.
Repairs broken parts, using welding and light metal fabricating.
May set up and operate basic mechanic shop equipment such as a drill press, or grinder, etc., to make or repair parts
Starting $24 to $30 /hour DOE
Sign-on bonus of $2,000 dollars paid out quarterly in a year span.
Medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance available.
Paid vacation and holidays.
Competitive Pay and opportunity for professional growth.
High School Diploma
3 to 4 years of on-the-job work experience as a maintenance mechanic and Electrical Trouble-Shooting.
Must have a strong knowledge in Programmable Logic Controller (PLCs), Hydraulics, and Pneumatics.
HS Diploma and/or Vocational Training in Industrial Mechanics and/or Electrical Program.
Basic Welding Skills.