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Title: Maintenance Mechanic III - Industrial Controls (Temp-to-Hire)
* Performs routine repairs, inspections and preventive maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment, devices and components. Tests, inspects and troubleshoots equipment and electro/pneumatic controls as necessary for automatic equipment; reports equipment and machinery operational status as directed.
* Works on new installations of all power, light, motors, transformers, control panels, relays, electronic equipment, and equipment in building applications.
* Provides assistance to engineering associates in troubleshooting and repairs of electrical services and electrical/electronic equipment, including PLC's, in order to maintain serviceability and reliability of equipment.
* Reads blueprints and electrical diagrams. Suggests modifications and improvements to equipment and implements changes as directed. Updates all prints to reflect changes made.
* Keeps accurate records of time and material chargeable to each separate job.
* Maintains Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) with accurate & thorough data.
* Follows safety policies and maintains good housekeeping in work area.
* Performs other duties as assigned.
* Must be a graduate of a vocational/technical school in an electrical/electronic craft and have at least two years electrical experience in an industrial environment OR must have some post secondary education in electronic/electrical craft and four years electrical experience in anindustrial controls environment.
* Capable of reading/interpreting electrical schematics, blueprints, logic and wiring diagrams.
* Knowledgeable of the N.E.C., O.S.H.A. guidelines, electrical/electronic test equipment (multimeters, oscilloscopes, etc.) and programmable controllers.
* Able to troubleshoot, repair and test mechanical equipment common to distribution centers, such as conveyors, diverters, and packaging equipment
* Must be able to properly start, operate and shutdown all facility systems.
* Must be proficient in all plumbing operations and in the use of pipe fitting tools.
* Working knowledge of existing laws and operational requirements set forth by governing agencies.
* Must be able to perform electrical welding and possess a basic knowledge of mechanical equipment for troubleshooting systems controlled by electrical devices.
* Must have the ability to make correct, expedient repairs under pressure.
* Strong organizational and verbal communication skills.
* Ability to handle pressure and demonstrate flexibility.
* Able to demonstrate good interpersonal skills and take initiative on specific issues.
* Ability to prioritize handling of situations.
* Must successfully complete powered vehicle training program and maintain certification every two years.
* Must be able to work flexible hours depending on business need and work overtime as needed.
* Frequent lifting up to 80 pounds.
* Working in awkward positions and/or confined spaces.
* Climbing and working from ladders or heights, elevated platforms and scaffolds.
* Frequent standing and walking.
* Warehouse environment
* May be required to work outside building on grounds or roof.
* Potential exposure to weather conditions.
* Exposure to noise, dust, machinery and moving equipment.
* Exposure to electrical hazards.