The incumbent works with current maintenance team to perform maintenance and installation of production equipment and systems such as electrical, water systems and plumbing and HVAC. The incumbent will be required to share rotation of on-call coverage for nights and weekends. Also responsible for other duties as assigned and determined by business needs which includes occasional snow removal.
• Safely perform machine repair, electrical, HVAC, welding, carpentry, plumbing, and machine operation using OSHA and Saint-Gobain Standards.• Ability to safely work with Voltages up to 640 DC and 480 AC as well as low voltage control circuits• Install electrical equipment per NEC requirements. Use of DMM for voltage and resistance testing.• Make repairs or fabricate equipment that may require the use of a stick/mig/tig welder. • Remove and replace defective parts such as bushings, bearings, shafts, arbors, filters, pumps, gears, motors, transformers, coils, SCR’s, and diodes.• Reassemble production machinery and check manufactured parts to assure conformance to product specifications and proper functioning of equipment.• Perform repairs using the tools necessary to complete the task anywhere on the property. Examples include but not limited to roof mounted equipment, repairs/installations from a ladder or cramped quarters. Troubleshoots equipment or processes to determine root cause of problem to institute a corrective action including:• Use of advanced test equipment such as PLC programmer.• Interact with equipment manufacturers to troubleshoot and order replacement parts. Paperwork, data entry and administrative tasks to include:• Maintain maintenance supply inventory records.• Complete machine repair documentation using CMMS software.• Participate as an active member on a WCM Pillar team.• Specify and requisition electrical and mechanical materials.