Maintenance Technician 2


  • Perform troubleshooting and repairs of fabrication machinery and equipment controls
  • Service and repair precision machinery including PLC or DCS controlled devices
  • Work independently or with fellow technicians to identify root cause events and areas for improvement
  • Support engineers with new designs, calibrations and installations
  • Conduct routine or special inspections to determine maintenance activities to prevent breakdowns of facility equipment and discrete machinery
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Test, inspect, troubleshoot, and repair machines using prints, diagrams, specifications and manufacturers drawings
  • Support other areas; HVAC, plumbing, sheet metal and welding


  • Candidate must be able to work the following schedule: Thursday thru Sunday: 4:15pm - 2:45am (Four 10- hour days)
  • High school diploma plus a minimum of 8 years of direct experience in a manufacturing environment required
  • Two year technical degree with a minimum of 3 years of experience preferred
  • Possess basic electrical skills including motor control, electrical distribution, and machinery installation
  • Possess basic mechanical skills repairing and maintaining manufacturing machinery and equipment
  • Ability to use a ladder, work in elevated work areas, and frequently lift up to 45 pounds
  • Experience in servicing and maintaining HVAC equipment is a plus

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U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

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