Perform repair and lead preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on Industrial machinery and assembly equipment, including industrial electrical control circuits – relays, sensors, switches, VFDs, temperature controllers, etc.; thermoforming machines, die cutters, molds, air compressors, CNC machines, ovens, material handling systems and other miscellaneous assembly equipment including: electronics, hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical components of machine tools,
Fire pumps system, alarms, extinguishers, and predictive and preventive maintenance.
Perform and lead repair work in specialty areas; outsource in specialty areas as necessary; maintain spare parts inventory for machinery and equipment assembly including service documentation, tooling, assembly equipment spare parts and equipment storage; order spare parts and tools, as necessary.
Responsible for all aspects of maintenance including ensuring OSHA lock out/tag out procedures are in place/documented, 100% compliance with regulatory production & maintenance, (PMs), permits and codes.
Alter existing equipment and determine alternate uses for equipment to improve and enhance results.
Perform scheduled and unscheduled repairs, procure parts, and properly tag out a variety of machine tools, (CNC) equipment, fixtures and tooling including: troubleshooting electronic circuits and PLCs, (Allen Bradley, CNC controllers), using schematics and OEM manuals while performing visual and audible inspection of equipment to locate causes of malfunction.
Participate in safety training and actively comply with safety policies and practices; maintain a clean and safe workstation.
Communicate with internal and external technical support.
Devises, fabricates, and assembles new or modified mechanical components or assemblies for products such as industrial equipment and machinery, power equipment, servosystems, machine tools, and measuring instruments.