GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN RIVIERA BEACH FOR A MAINTENANCE MECHANIC A.
Execute daily assignments to include but not limited to coordinating, supporting and performing all required plant reactive, preventative, proactive, project and setup support maintenance activities
Utilizing the site’s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), create the maintenance schedule, organize work orders and input maintenance parts inventory into the system
Assess, troubleshoot and repair manufacturing issues, such as pneumatic devices and hydraulic systems; the rebuilding of gearboxes and drives and (to include researching technical data, procuring parts, performing hand-on repairs and assisting in the coordination of contractor support as needed) in a timely fashion and with minimal supervision.
Installation of equipment and needed piping
Setting up of production lines, as well as the repair and troubleshooting of filling machines on production lines.
Follows proper safety guidelines, including lock out tag out procedures during all maintenance and repairs.
Insures GMP, SSOP, OSHA guidelines and best practices are met prior to commissioning or restarting a piece of machinery, equipment or production line.
Personally demonstrates and avidly encourage a continuous improvement culture within the maintenance team by actively participating in continuous improvement processes and projects and by completing assigned projects on time and with high-quality results
Assist in training, coaching and mentoring fellow mechanics/technicians on proper maintenance practices to include but not limited to safe work practices, equipment theory of operation, proper troubleshooting techniques and best-practice repair procedures, etc.
Identify and report unsafe machinery, equipment repairs and upgrades as needed
Conducts all the tasks in accordance with company policies and procedures, according to the laws and regulatory agencies: EPA, OSHA, Fire Department, FSMA, FDA, etc.
Comply with company policies and procedures, maintain regular work attendance and support short-notice overtime requirements when needed.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required (Associate’s Degree, Trade School Certificate and/or Military Technical Training, a plus)
Must have 5 or more years of experience working in a manufacturing environment, preferably under cGMP regulations
Knowledge of and experience with food processing machinery including: Horizontal and Vertical Mixers, Urschell Dicers, Pack Line Depositing, Sealing and Lidding equipment, Circular and Vacuum pumps, Flow Valves/Fillers, Temperature/Level Sensors, Conveyors, Air Compressors, HVAC Units, Metal Detectors, Check Weigher, and all essential machinery and equipment for the production of salsa, dips and spreads.
Technical knowledge and ability in electrical troubleshooting, including replacement of three phase motors, & knowledge in PLC’s (Allen Bradley or Siemens)
Certified in Electrical, Mechanical, or Electronics is desirable
Related field training and continuing education is a plus
Must be mechanically inclined and possess the ability to use all standard tools of the trade; to include but not limited to basic hand and machine tools, various test equipment (as required) and be able to read and interpret mechanical drawings and prints, as well as demonstrate the ability to safely and effectively operate basic shop machinery such as hyd. presses, grinders, lathes, mills, drill presses, welders, jigs and tigs.