Main Job Responsibilities:
The EMT Performs routine preventative and corrective maintenance and testing on equipment.
Perform maintenance tasks to include - repairing and improving, from minor rebuilds to major overhauls on all equipment.
Identify processing waste reduction opportunities and assist in reduction projects.
Participate in preventative maintenance program to help reduce costs of operations through PM optimization.
Dismantles, cleans, repairs and tests electrical, electronic and mechanical components to determine component-level failure
Support equipment installations, retrofits and upgrades to include vendors and contractors
Communicate, coach and train employees to continuously improve team's ability to respond to equipment failures and loss of production.
Actively coach, teach, and assess to support the progression of associates at various levels of technical operation and the overall progression of TPM in the factory.
Actively support NCE through SLC DOR, DER, GSTD's
Maintains preventative maintenance logs and accurate records of all testing and repairs
Recommends equipment to be included in preventive maintenance programs. Perform Preventative Maintenance task to identify all potential mechanical and electrical issues with equipment throughout the plant. Rebuild worn-out, but reusable, pieces of equipment, such as gearboxes for scheduled PM's.
Troubleshoot/ investigate and repair all mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and utility systems including chillers, air compressors etc. Eliminates problems from recurring utilizing the Breakdown Analysis process
Communicates directly with equipment suppliers, contractors and vendors as necessary
Areas of responsibility will include but are not limited to
Mechanical Room- Water Processing
Waste Water Treatment- Water Chemical Treatment Program
Required Skills and Experience:
Three or more years proven maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment
Prior experience with high and low pressure compressors, chillers, water treatment, boilers is preferred
Strong technical knowledge of compressed air systems (pneumatics), electrical systems, hydraulics and water processing is preferred
Knowledge of bottling equipment, PM programs and SAP system preferred
Successfully demonstrates strong mechanical abilities
Strong communication and interpersonal skills for interaction with all employees.
Must have electrical knowledge of single and three phase power distribution including the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot electric motor controls
Thorough understanding of mechanical room systems, water process systems, waste water system
Thorough understanding of electrical schematics relating to machine centers
Thorough understanding of multimeter and megger use for troubleshooting electrical circuits
Working knowledge of PLC function for troubleshooting
Must be able to work and accomplish projects with little to zero supervision
Must be able to foster and build a team-work environment
Communicate effectively with various support groups, supervisors, and team members
Maintain a high level of professional and organizational ethics and image with all plant and outside personnel
Able to read, interpret and analyze computer generated reports
Perform all tasks with extreme accuracy
Must be able to do physical inspections, (i.e. climbing, reaching, extending)
Must be proficient with mechanical drawings and OEM technical prints for parts identification
Proficient computer navigation skills, including the use of Microsoft Office applications
Available for call-ins or to cover all shifts to support production teams as required
Works together with Safety department to achieve a zero injury workplace
Must display a positive mental attitude and be open to a fast paced ever changing work environment
Must not have had either performance, attendance or safety infraction within last 12 months