Maintenance Tech I

Pacific Seafood Eureka , CA 95501

Posted 2 weeks ago

Summary

Responsible for performing maintenance, repair and upkeep of all buildings, tools and equipment. Responsible for providing preventative maintenance including a safe and sanitary environment to the plant and surrounding grounds.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Be a role model in projecting and applying The Pacific Group Diamond Philosophy (Productivity, Quality, Excellence and Teamwork) and promote teamwork at all times

  • Be on call, as needed

  • Assess maintenance and repair problems with follow-up

  • Perform minor plumbing and electrical work and repair equipment when breakdowns occur to maintain production

  • Learn set-up, operation, adjustments and operating parameters of production equipment

  • Develop open communication with machine operators, department supervisors and managers

  • Bring production equipment to a good operating standard and improve work order system and develop a return to service , i.e. production certification

  • Repair equipment when breakdowns occur to maintain production

  • Paint any necessary areas, as needed

  • Work on new installation projects

  • Perform a daily walk-through as assigned to spot possible problems

  • Remedy any unsafe conditions ASAP.

  • Safety must be first priority and repair aesthetic defects i.e. seals, hinges, hangers, etc. when production maintenance and breakdowns allow

  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to successfully perform the job.

A. Education and Experience

Required:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum two years related experience and/or training.

Preferred:

  • Prior fork-lift certification

Total Compensation

At Pacific Seafood, your base wage is only a portion of your overall compensation package. When you add in the additional benefits below to our competitive base wage you can increase your total compensation up to 25%.

  • Health insurance benefits options, including medical, prescription, vision, dental, basic group life and short term disability.

  • Flexible spending accounts for health flex and dependent care expenses

  • 401(k) Retirement Plan options with generous annual company profit sharing match

  • Paid time off for all regular FT team members, to include paid sick and vacation

  • Employee Assistance Program- Confidential professional counseling, financial, and legal assistance provided at no charge to Team Members and immediate family members

  • Product purchase program

Pacific Seafood is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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Maintenance Tech I

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