Potentially 2nd or 3rd Shift
Training on 1st Shift
Qualifications listed below
The maintenance technician reports to the maintenance manager and is familiar with all production related process equipment (screeners, dryers, elevators, conveyors, pumps, motors) and control and monitoring systems. The maintenance technician is expected to provide troubleshooting support to plant operators and to be the key contact for all mechanical related subject matter.
The responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Keep all aspects of the Company's mechanical components in good working order through adhering to an established PM schedule.
- Ensure that the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance is conducted in accordance with established best practices and/or per OEM recommendations.
- Document all maintenance activity in the company's CMMS application.
- Maintain a clean and orderly work environment.
- Occasional off-shift work to assist in troubleshooting and repairs.
- Make recommendations on equipment repair and upgrades.
- Yard tractor operation.
- Skid Loader and aerial work platform operation.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills.
- Ability to work in a team environment.
- Ability to work effectively within a CMMS application.
- Capable of reading and interpreting blue prints.
- State of Wisconsin driver's license valid and in good standing.
- Must be capable of climbing stairs and access ladders several times per day.
- Must be in good general health.
- Must be capable of lifting and carrying up to 100#.
- Must understand the areas of ISO9001 that are required to perform this job.
- Must understand and comply with mining safety and environmental regulations.