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Electro - Mechanical Technician
Ref No.: 18-06621
Location: Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Start Date / End Date: 09/24/2018 to 12/30/2018
Description:

Project Mechanic

Summary Statement:
Candidate should be flexible and able to work extended hours as necessary to cover business needs as well as some adjustment to shift/hours. Installs and tests all types of production equipment including new equipment while maintaining a quality production environment. Generates and implements innovative ideas for plant improvements and modification of existing equipment. Fabricates complex steel parts for existing and new machines by following blueprints and sketches. May assist Line Mechanics during major equipment overhauls. Assists in the training of other employees on the theory and operation of plant equipment.

Primary Role and Responsibilities
• Requires a wide range of mechanical skills and mechanical comprehension
• Detailed knowledge of all packaging lines, operation of shop machines, pneumatics, hydraulics, electronics, and welding
• Ability to work with a variety of precision measurement instruments (calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, rulers, etc.)
• Works as a team member while completing all assignments safely and efficiently
• Able to work with little or no direct supervision at times
• Demonstrates flexibility to work in several areas of the plant
• Maintains processing and packaging equipment to include pumps, gearboxes, and belt drive equipment.
• Capable of handling necessary training on and off site.
• Reads and follows equipment manuals, blueprints, sketches, layouts, and Maintenance Work Order Requests
• Works with tight measurement tolerances (.000x)
• Communicates with Line Mechanics and others on follow-ups and support
• Documents time spent in plant on the Maintenance Work Order in SAP
• Communicates with line personnel, Operations Supervisors, and Maintenance Supervisors
• Participates in group discussion for idea generation and project implementation
• Analyzes situation or request for repair and diagnosis action
• Organizes projects (plans, bids, set-up and installation)
• Resolves problems independently and in groups
• Installs and tests all types of production line equipment while maintaining a quality production environment (follows GMP Guidelines)
• Works with the storeroom to manage spare parts
• Will work with Predictive Technology Equipment (Thermography, Ultrasound, and Vibration) to troubleshoot and repair equipment.
• Support Plant Quality Systems
• Perform all other duties as assigned by the Supervisor or Team Leader

Qualifications and Education Requirements
Education Level:

High School Diploma/GED

Additional Education/Certification/Skills:
English Language Skills – Able to speak, read, and write

Remarks
• Demonstrates leadership qualities
• Demonstrated strong mechanical skills
• Required to perform job duties efficiently and safely
• Ability to lift up to 50 pounds per NIOSH lifting equation and utilize plant approved safe lifting practices for over 50 pounds
• Demonstrates effective communication skills in both verbal and written form
• Demonstrates problem solving and decision making skills
• Demonstrates flexibility to work extended shifts or hours when required
• Must be able to work in a team environment
• Must adhere to all Food and Beverage Policies as stated in the Employee Handbook and follow internal Food and Beverage Procedures
Hours per Day 8
Hours per Week 40
Total Hours 2,240.00
Shift Type  
All
Does the position allow for the worker to be virtual/remote?  
No
Shore Options Available for this Position  
Onshore Only