Maintenance Technician I
Level II Mechanic
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
High School or Equivalent (i.e. GED)
Be able to follow instructions, read and understand equipment manuals and procedures. Must be able to pass onboarding reading and comprehension test.
Basic. Must be able to pass onboarding math test.
Flexible work schedule
Able to work all required shifts
Standing continuously for at least 2 3 hours at one time.
Frequent- Lifting, Rotating and Stooping with up to 5 Lbs.
Occasional- Lifting, rotating, and stooping with up to 25 Lbs.
Infrequent- Must be able to lift up to 50 Lbs.
Ensure compliance with food safety and GMP requirements for facility
Participates in plant QA Systems (SQMS Key Element supporter) and HSE systems (Owns one key element)
Performs Hermetic Seam Checks for SCM and EVAP (CCP)
Ensure that quality issues are reported to management
Must have the ability to balance and achieve positive results in the areas of Safety, Quality, Productivity and Technical Leadership
Repair and maintain all processing, filling, and downstream equipment (Can operate and troubleshoot DE palletizers, Case Packers, can and case coders, CASI check weighers, conveyors, Robot, tray formers, case wrappers, pouch case taper, CIP circuits, milk receiving ,sugar receiving, oil receiving, chemical unloading, troubleshoot cream loadouts, troubleshoot cut open
Maintain 85% production efficiency and 8% unscheduled downtime for assigned shift
Diagnose and resolve issues on programmable controllers, chart recorders and meters through self -directed review of OEM provided materials
Troubleshoot, repair and change out of 3 phase motors, wiring and controls, read and understand writing schematics
Assist Utility Mechanic in the repair of Ammonia based system valve, piping, glycol plate heat exchange, condensers and receivers, industrial steam boilers, associated water supply and steam distribution.
Safety and effectively use acetylene and propane torch for cutting and brazing
Recommended measures to improve equipment performance, product, quality, and safety
Ensure equipment is free of recognized hazards or that hazards are protected prior to placing the equipment back in operation
Responsible to be directly involved and committed to see any repairs through and ensure the plant has appropriate support needed to minimize down time. Production and Efficiency requirements may at times require extended hours to ensure all repairs are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
Ensure all trouble calls in you area are investigated, documented, and communicated in an accurate and timely manner. Trouble call documentation is to be recorded on M+ work orders.
Keep area clean at all times
Assist and completes as required on BOS, Shift Indicator, Risk Prediction and Confined space entry programs.
Attend and participate in regularly scheduled informational meetings (i.e. pre-shift meetings).
Maintain a positive work environment that encourage teamwork
Complete all tasks assigned to you
Assist the training of other maintenance personnel and operators
Analyze and report potential Machine problems
Maintain and follow quality aspects such as perform seam checks (Evap & SCM), review documentation records, explain CCP's (Evap & SCM), follow seal procedure protocol on chart recorders, comply with reg tag and temporary release programs.
Complete all assigned Work Orders by due date
Order and check out all parts from eAM inventory system and ensure all part checked are accounted for on eAM
Complete jobs on the work list on spare time
Eagle Family Foods, Inc.