Major Responsibilities 1. Perform all duties in a safe and collaborative manner and immediately report any potentially dangerous conditions or other safety concerns to a supervisor. 2. Start up and shuts down equipment in accordance with operation's requirements, company safety procedures and OSHA requirements for machine activation and shutdown. 3. Perform fabrication, mechanical, electrical (including PLC diagnosis), hydraulic, pneumatic maintenance tasks in a safe, efficient manner to ensure continuity of operations, and which supports the continuous improvement process within the facility. 4. Diagnose, plan and repair activities with detailed working procedures. Determines materials, replacement parts, and tools/parts needed to proceed with logical approach to repairs, maintenance and rebuilds. 5. Set-up, adjust, calibrate, and operate equipment; perform layout and bench work; inspect, troubleshoot, dismantle, repair, rebuild, assemble, weld, install and lubricate machinery and mechanical equipment throughout the manufacturing facility. 6. Inspect for defects, misalignment, wear, insufficient lubrication and determine best process for making repairs with limited interruption to production. 7. Responsible for modifications to schematic/drawings for machine alterations. 8. Assists in maintaining building needs (heating and cooling systems) 9. Disassemble moves and/or relocates existing equipment and install new equipment. 10. Provide for safe disposal of all toxic materials and supplies. 11. Maintain tools and work area in a safe, neat and secure manner. 12. Maintain daily work logs and update equipment and component records, and if applicable, electronic Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). 13. Maintain preventative maintenance and lubrication schedules. 14. Promote and comply with good safety practices and habits, including but not limited to, use of all PPE, ensuring guards and safety features are working. 15. May train others on maintenance activities, including but not limited to preventative maintenance. 16. Perform other duties as assigned. III. Background Requirements Education: High School Diploma or GED required. Technical or professional certification preferred and/or completion of an appropriate apprenticeship program. Experience: 5+ years experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment. Knowledge and Skills: Mechanical, electrical (including PLCs), hydraulic and pneumatic skills. Understanding of preventative maintenance process. Ability to operate machines and hand-tools relevant to a manufacturing environment. Ability to troubleshoot mechanical problems and take initiative to correct or seek immediate assistance. Ability to assemble and disassemble equipment. Ability to read and follow equipment manufacturer's manuals, blueprints, diagrams, circuits, specification for gears, etc.