PLYMOUTH MI, MI
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for maintaining equipment to support production; knowledge and ability to perform preventive maintenance; and keeping accurate maintenance records while constantly striving to maintain a goal of zero downtime.
Responsibilities of a Maintenance Technician:
Maintaining equipment to support production
Preventative Maintenance on machines
Must be capable of safely operating industrial maintenance vehicles. Such as fork lifts, articulated boom and scissors lifts, and portable cranes.
Requirements of a Maintenance Technician:
Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting of 2, 000 and 3, 000 ton transfer presses.
Knowledge of AC motors and variable frequency drives (ABB, Indramat, etc.).
Controls knowledge including sealant systems (Allen-Bradley PLC, SLC 500 family of programmable controllers and Panel View operator interfaces; Device Net and Control Net communications networks).
Knowledge of Fanuc robotics, GMAW and Resistance/Spot welding equipment.
Knowledge of low and high-pressure hydraulics, pneumatics, lubrication systems, and tri-axis transfer feeds.
Capable operating arc and mig/wire welding and oxy-acetylene equipment.
Must have a HS diploma/GED, and that an associate s degree in manufacturing technology/robotics and journeyman card is preferred.
Schedule of a Maintenance Technician:
First, Second, Or Third Shift and weekends
Compensation of a Maintenance Technician:
$26-$30 / hour based on experience
This job requires (or may require) a criminal background check. Convictions and pending felony charges are not an absolute bar to employment and will only be considered if required by law or there is a substantial relationship to the circumstances of the particular job or if bond ability is at issue.
LaJoy Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.