The Maintenance Technician will report to the Plant Manager responsible for maintaining all production equipment and facilities while performing all PM checks and procedures as scheduled. The Maintenance Technician will also assist with set up and changeovers.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Troubleshoot and resolve problems with assembly department equipment such as: motors, welding robots, etc.
- Assist with changeover of equipment, components, and tooling
- Provide support to production in order to ensure a smooth production run
- Maintain equipment to ensure machines produce quality parts
- Responsible for daily preventative maintenance
- Assisting in the implementation of continuous improvement activities
- Work in a safe manner at all times
- Works in compliance with TS16949 standards.
- Maintains due diligence in regard to environmental matters, minimize any potentially harmful accidents and work in compliance with ISO 14001. Will follow the environmental guidelines for aspects as outlined in the job training requirements.
- Will work in compliance with all legislative requirements of MIOSHA and will be accountable for specific Health & Safety responsibilities
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
- 5+ yrs experience in the repair of production equipment, preferably for an automotive parts manufacturer strongly preferred
- Post secondary diploma from a technical college given consideration
- Journeyman certification an asset
- Ability to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical issues
- Experience working with PLC’s
- Must be able to work independently and prioritize tasks
- Strong problem solving techniques
- Ability to read blue prints
- Ability to interact with all levels of employees in the organization
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Must be flexible with working hours
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy
- Must be able to pass criminal background check, and drug test.