Maintenance Tech B/3rd shift

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3rd shift, 10 hour schedule, M-Th, 8:45pm-6:45am
provides daily maintenance on the machinery, both preventative and
. Also, make repairs to maintain production, operation and overall building repairs as needed. The technician will also be required to assist Maintenance Technician A's when requested.
Provide daily maintenance, both preventative and repair, on the machinery.
Make any repairs to the equipment to maintain production and/or proper operation.
Install or upgrade machinery for production and/or safety purposes.
Monitor and adjust machinery to a level whereby maximum accuracy and efficiency is achieved.
Perform preventative maintenance on all machinery as required.
Convert machinery to accommodate changes in various products or packaging material.
Operate machinery if required.
Assist Class A Technicians when required.
Compliance with company policies, SOP's, cGMPs and all other government regulations as related to this position.
Coordinate with appropriate personnel to obtain materials needed to perform functions.
Must follow all safety procedures when opening, repairing and installing process or palnt equipment.
Responsible for checking the pass downs that are given from the previous shift. Get together all tools and start line production as soon as possible. At end of shift shut off all machinery.
Responsible for cleaning the area in the shop after projects are completed; sweep when necessary.
Assist or provide training to Maintenance Trainees.
2 year technical degree or 2-4 years industrial maintenance experience.
Skills and Abilities
Strong background in mechanical and electrical background
Ability to work with others and promote a team atmosphere
Familiarity with maintenance and repair of packaging machinery
Willingness to complete coursework for upgrading purposes
Date: 2014-03-12
Country: US
State: SC
City: Anderson
Postal Code: 29621
Category: Maintenance

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