The Maintenance Technician IV ensures maximum operating efficiency, maintenance and repair of machines and equipment in production, including electrical repairs and PLC programming.
Respond to production requests for immediate attention to production issues and problems.
Maintain production equipment.
Maintain records of preventative maintenance.
Create requisitions of equipment and supplies to maintain equipment.
Maintain and troubleshoot electrical/electronic systems and general production line equipment.
Identify problem areas and address with permanent solutions.
All GLC employees are expected to perform any assignment or job task according to the stated safety policies and procedures.
All GLC employees are expected to produce and promote our products and services in a manner that exceeds the quality and value expectation of our customers and consumers by adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices, Policies and Procedures outlined in our Safe Quality Food Program.
Other responsibilities as assigned by the manager.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills
Associate’s degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school and/or commensurate experience.
5 years of maintenance experience and/or training or more.
Proficient understanding of manufacturing processes.
Ability to make decisions based on standard practices.
Broad depth of experience and knowledge of production machinery and equipment.
Ability to handle multiple tasks, troubleshoot and problem solve.
Proficient electrical knowledge/training.
Proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Ability to weld. (TIG, MIG and Stick)
Proficient knowledge of PLCs and ability to troubleshoot these systems.
Ability to read and understand schematics, pneumatic, electrical and hydraulic drawings.
Functional knowledge of robotic systems.
Familiarity with OSHA regulations.
Preferred Education, Experience, and Skills
Associate’s degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school.
5 years of experience in a food manufacturing environment or more.
Experience working with ammonia refrigeration systems / PSM.
Repetitive work in a fast-paced production environment with average temperature of 65-100 degrees F.
Hair nets, ear plugs/muffs, hardhats, and/or safety glasses may be required.
Ability to frequently handle material from floor-to-waist, waist-to-shoulder, shoulder-to-overhead and pushing/pulling/carrying.
Ability to constantly stand/walk; bend/flex/extend neck; frequently grip/reach/lift/pull with L/R hands.
Product weight: up to 100 lbs.
Use of motor skills to safely drive tow motors or other motorized vehicles in tight quarters.