Foods Maintenance Technician; 2nd Shift
Foods Maintenance Technician; 2nd Shift (3:00 PM – 11:00 PM)
Salary Range: $24.70 – $32.11/hr Shift Differential: $1.75 for 2nd and 3rd shift
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt Employment Type: Full-Time
Description: The Maintenance Technician provides industrial maintenance support to ensure the safe and effective troubleshooting and repair of systems comprised of PLCs, motor controls, electrical wiring, AC inverters, DC controllers, and industrial mechanical systems including pneumatics, bearings, seals, gears, chains operation of the production facility. Key responsibilities include automated equipment setup, teardown, and sprockets. The use of shop machinery and normal industrial tools for repair purposes supports fulfillment of these responsibilities.
Duties: Please see People Systems for complete Job Description
•Understand and support the Philosophies of Bama described in the Bama Manual •Understand your role in integrating and executing the 4 strategic objectives of Bama: Customers are wildly important, People are wildly important, Business Improvement, and Smart Fun Growth •Understand and commit to “act like an owner” to take action to achieve overall success of the entire enterprise •Engage in Courageous Conversations for improvement of the organization •Written and oral communication with your shift leader, other Maintenance shift crews and between Operations / QA and Warehouse co-workers to ensure effective communication. •Carry out work plans for maintenance needs and coordinate appropriately with Operations and QA. Identify additional needs for input into, or adjustment to, current and future work plans. •Excellent troubleshooting skills. •Participate in providing technical support to the Emergency Response Team for their shift including the provision of facility knowledge, drawings, plans, and their interpretation should the need arise. •Critical thinking skills including the ability to: 1) raise vital questions and problems and formulate them clearly and precisely; 2) gather and assess data and information and use abstract ideas to interpret it effectively, 3) come to well-reasoned conclusions and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards; 4) think open-mindedly about alternatives while recognizing and assessing their inherent assumptions, implications, and practical consequences; and 5) communicate effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems. •Identifies and/or corrects potentially hazardous conditions. •Safely perform work, including adherence to Bama policies such as lock-out tag-out and confined space entry.
Minimum Qualifications: •Must be proficient in at least 5 of the following areas and have basic knowledge of the others: •Automated equipment setup, teardown and repair •PLC troubleshooting •Maintenance and repair of motor controls, general industrial wiring and hardware, and electrical troubleshooting •Maintenance and repair of AC inverters, DC controllers and servers •Strong electrical skill set •Maintenance and repair of mechanical systems including pneumatics, bearings, seals, gears, chains, sprockets, pipe fitting, and appropriate lubrication of mechanical systems •Basic Mig and Tig welding for repair purposes •The use of shop machinery including mills, lathes, drill presses and normal industrial tools for repair purposes •Understands Predictive Maintenance concepts and can interpret PdM findings to ensure appropriate repair are planned and executed •Available for occasional travel to support technical development or other company needs •Available for working any shift in a 24/7 food manufacturing operation •2 years electrical/electronics degree or equivalent training / experience •5 years Maintenance experience in manufacturing, preferably in the food industry •First Class Stationary Engineer license. Must obtain license within 3 years. •Six Sigma Green belt.
* Bama is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. *