This employee will perform preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all kinds of manufacturing equipment including CNC controlled lathes, machining centers, presses, and welding robots at all DW locations. He/she will also perform other duties as assigned.
Troubleshoot & repair electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic system problems on all types of manufacturing equipment. This may include
Listening to, observing, and operating machines
Analyzing performance and diagnosing the problem.
Disassembling and reassembling equipment using a variety of hand and power tools.
Identify and repair or replace components.
Climb on and crawl under and inside machines.
Work at heights, in tight quarters, and in awkward positions.
Use diagnostic equipment including multi-meters, oscilloscopes, chart recorders, precision measuring devices and other test instruments.
Diagnose and repair CNC and PC based computer control systems and closed loop servo systems.
Read information from electrical schematics, technical manuals, and written instructions.
Service and maintain air conditioners and refrigeration units on manufacturing equipment.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance, including lubrication, on manufacturing equipment.
Use computer (SAP) to locate parts and process work notifications.
Manufacturing plant conditions (indoors, with variable temperature and humidity, noise, and dirt)
Physical hazards such as powered vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic, powered machinery, live electrical circuits of up to 480 volts, sharp objects, and moving machinery.
Working with hazardous materials, including solvents, oils, grease, and coolant.
During emergencies, shifts of up to 12 hours.
Changing work loads, overtime, and priorities (at times changing with very short notice).
Some travel (air and highway) to off-site training schools.
Close cooperation with managers and operators.
Regularly lift and position parts weighing up to 25 pounds & occasionally over 50 pounds.
High school or equivalent
3 years experience working in industrial environment, repairing and maintaining industrial equipment required.
Formal electrical, electronic and mechanical training and/or experience repairing and maintaining machine tools preferred.
Meet typical expectations for safety, productivity, attendance, and quality of work.
Able to handle multiple tasks at the same time.
Work well with and effectively communicate with others.
Have appropriate reading, clerical and computer skills, with knowledge of SAP a plus
Be self motivated and able to work with very little supervision.