Supervisor Responsibilities: None
- Perform preventive maintenance on engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, and production machines using diagrams / sketches / operations manuals, manufacturer’s instructions, and engineering specifications.
- Troubleshoot all machinery malfunctions by locating source of problem(s) through observation of mechanical devices in operation, listening for problems and using precision measuring and testing instruments.
- Remove (dismantle) and examine defective parts.
- Install replacement / new machinery parts as needed.
- Fabricate repair parts by using Machine shop instrumentation and equipment.
- Must have working knowledge of rules, calipers, micrometers and other measuring instruments for determining changes in dimensional parts.
- Have working knowledge of hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straight edges to adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments.
- Monitor compliance and control downtime when performing routine preventive maintenance.
- Attend educational workshops, review technical publications as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Ensure the operation of machinery and mechanical equipment. Perform preventive maintenance. Troubleshoot mechanical issues by locating problem sources, removing defective parts, and installing replacement / new machinery. Maintain safe and proficient working environment. May work independently and as part of a team. 40-55+ hours per week.
Education Requirements: High school diploma, with trade school experience preferred.
Experience Requirements: 2+ years experience in reading blueprints and schematics
Strong troubleshooting / critical thinking skills to diagnose root causes and know the processes for repairing the issues; mechanical skills to read blueprints and schematics; use a variety of tools and diagnostic devises to service and install electrical parts.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to work in tight spaces and elevated positions; twisting, turning, bending, and holding arms at / above the head are all common movements; able to life up to 50 lbs.
TFC Property Responsibilities:
All Maintenance Staff responsible for all tools and walkie-talkies: Channel locks, pipe wrenches, pliers, side cutters, screwdrivers, air-operated tools, grinders, cut-off wheels, socket wrenches and sets (metric and standard), Allen wrenches (American and metric), hammers, chisels, and measuring tapes.