Industrial Maintenance

Shiloh Industries, Inc. Pierceton , IN 46562

Posted 1 week ago


Candidate will join the Plant Maintenance Team to support and maintain equipment used in the manufacturing operation for Die Cast and Machining.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following, but are not limited to...

  • Be Safe! Perform work in accordance with regulatory and the Company's safety policies to assure the safety of yourself and your coworkers.

  • Perform preventive maintenance (PM) procedures in accordance with Company PM processes.

  • Troubleshoot and repair machines using hand, power and/or machining tools.

  • Install new machines and/or dismantle unused machines.

  • Be Creative! Collaborate with Engineering, Tooling, Quality, Materials, etc. to identify and implement machine/process improvements for cycle time, changeover time, uptime, ergonomics, employee safety, scrap, cost reduction, etc.

  • Monitor and manage completion of facility work orders.

  • Participate in requisitioning of materials, local pickup of ordered parts, restocking of parts or supplies, management of equipment manuals or literature.

  • Assist with training and coaching of new or less-experienced maintenance employees or Apprentices.

  • Be Active! Participate in a variety of meetings, e.g. team meetings, training sessions, problem-solving sessions (8D/root cause analysis), safety, etc.

Minimum Requirements


High School Diploma or GED required.

Prior experience in manufacturing work environment, preferably in the automotive industry. Prior experience in Die Cast or Machining processes a plus.

Must be familiar with manufacturing equipment and have some experience troubleshooting electrical, mechanical or hydraulic issues and performing or coordinating repairs.

Must be able to read machine diagrams and prints.

Journeyman-level certification in Electrical, Mechanical, Tooling or other specialized knowledge highly desired but not required.

Experience with automated controls, PLCs, CNCs, HVAC, etc. highly desired.

Supervisory Responsibilities

This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Incumbents have potential to be considered for Maintenance Supervisory or Management positions at the current or other Company locations.

Job Type: Full-time

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Industrial Maintenance

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