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Maintenance & Automation Technician/Mechanic - 2nd shiftApply Now Category Manufacturing City Plymouth State Minnesota
The Maintenance & Automation Technician/Mechanic - 2nd shift repairs, maintains and assists manufacturing & packaging operations to ensure automated packaging line and large-scale manufacturing equipment is maintained. Troubleshoots, diagnoses, repairs and maintains manufacturing pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging equipment/machinery. Follows all required safety practices and completes required documentation to ensure compliance to cGMP's.
****$5,000 Sign-On Bonus ($2,500 on hire date; $2,500 six months post-hire (less applicable taxes and performance dependent))
- Effectively troubleshoots and resolves automated machinery/mechanical equipment issues utilizing a systematic logical approach until the root cause is identified.
- Completes work orders and preventative maintenance tasks using fundamental, mechanical applied knowledge and experience.
- Ensures self and others compliance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices, safety standards, corporate policies, and procedures.
- Fabricates / repairs failed components as needed.
- Programming of electronic devices including: VFD's, PLC's, and other various controllers.
- Designs / fabricates complex machinery to facilitate operations as needed.
- Effective and efficient decision making and prioritization skills.
- Identifies inefficiencies and improvements and offers effective solutions.
- Maintains adequate critical spare parts inventory for assigned functional areas.
- Assists with the procurement of parts /quotes for budgeted items.
- Coordinates and leads the installations of new equipment, modifications and enhancements.
- Supports the engineering department with various projects and initiatives.
- Works with outside contractors/vendors, as needed.
- Maintain and repair HVAC and supporting utility equipment.
Vocational degree in automated machinery systems or equivalent from a two-year college and 1-year work experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment; OR high school diploma (or equivalent) and 3 years' work experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment. Preferred work experience in pharmaceutical, biotech, food manufacturing or electronics. Understanding/skills working with: electronics, PLC programming, electrical controls, pneumatics, fluid power encoders /resolvers, stepper motors, servo drives, VFD's, control loops, thermocouples, and safety systems. Experience working in a GMP environment, preferred.
Other Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Understanding of computer operating systems and file management. SAP knowledge desired. Strives to ensure a safe work place by leading others to demonstrate compliance with the required PPE use; including footwear, hearing protection, eye protection, respirator protection, and electrical PPE and keeps the workplace clean and safe. Travel: Occasional driving. Air travel may be required 1 or 2 times per year. Boiler's license required (or willingness to obtain within first 6 months of employment).
Standing (Moving About): 67 - 100% (Constant). Use of computer keyboard / mouse: 67 - 100% (Constant). Twisting / Turning at the waist: 67 - 100% (Constant). Bending at the waist: 67 - 100% (Constant). Repetitive Hand / Wrist Work: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Reaching straight out or below shoulders: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Squatting / Kneeling: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Listening: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Speaking: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Lift / Carry - Waist or Lower (50 to 75 lbs.): 34 - 66% (Frequent).
Mental and Motor Requirements:
Problem Solving: 67 - 100% (Constant). Advanced math calculations: 67 - 100% (Constant). Reading / Comprehension: 67 - 100% (Constant). Writing / Composition: 67 - 100% (Constant). Verbal communication: 67 - 100% (Constant). Independent decision making: 67 - 100% (Constant).
Exposure to Electrical Hazards: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Exposure to Loud Noises: 67 - 100% (Constant). Exposure to active pharmaceutical ingredient: 34 - 66% (Frequent). Exposure to automated machinery: 67 - 100% (Constant). Exposure to chemicals: 34 - 66% (Frequent). Exposure to dust: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Exposure to fumes / odors: 1 - 33% (Occasional). Exposure to pressurized equipment: 67 - 100% (Constant). Required to wear safety glasses and other PPE: 67 - 100% (Constant). Team work: 67 - 100% (Constant). Works in Manufacturing Environment: 67 - 100% (Constant).
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