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TEMP-to-HIRE Mechanic II Food Production Plant
1. PM’s will be done on a daily basis.
2. Troubleshoot and repair production equipment in production operations, utilities, buildings & grounds, etc.
3. Attention to detail and accuracy in work required.
4. Personal qualities of tact, dependability and ability to work well with others required.
5. Clear communication abilities, written and verbal.
6. Knowledge of computer software helpful.
7. Experience Repairing Food Production and or Bakery equipment
Maintains 110 volt single phase and 220/480 three phase systems as well as repair and/or rebuild magnetic starters
Some Experience with Industrial Refrigeration
Repairs plumbing problems, including pressure regulations and valves
Repairs and troubleshoots electrical forklifts, including motors, drive units, and hydraulic cylinders.
Performs welding on pipe, racking forklifts, and finish work
Changes and troubleshoots electrical contacts when necessary
Maintains and reports all building equipment as necessary
Responsible for preventative maintenance on all equipment (freezer doors, forklifts, etc.)
Responsible to report food safety and quality problems to their supervisor
•Function as an advocate and overseer of safety.
•Participate in the company’s safety team.
•Provide training and oversight in safety related functions.
•5+ years industrial mechanics and food production facility.
Job Type: Full-time
•PLC: 1 year (Preferred)
•industrial maintenance: 5 years
•HVAC a ++
Duties , responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice
Education and Experience
Five years of production equipment repair experience
Five years of production experience
High school diploma or GED,
Background and demonstrable familiarity with: LEAN manufacturing, HACCP, and GMP food system requirements.
Refrigerated environment - temperatures average 40 degrees Fahrenheit
Bakery environment - temperatures 90 degrees Fahrenheit
Ability to work overtime
Standing on your feet for the majority of the shift
Fast, but regular paced environment (i.e., not "chaotic" or frenetic)
Lift/push/pull 50+lbs as required throughout the course of a shift.
Twist and bend the body as necessary to perform job related tasks.
Kneel/squat/climb as necessary to complete job related tasks.
Meet/maintain USDA food handling requirements and other governmental requirements.
Ability to meet FDA guidelines of public safety for work in a food production environment.