Maintenance Technician

The Maintenance Technician will ensure that production equipment is kept in a safe and operable condition to assure efficient production of quality parts. The will also implement predictive and proactive maintenance systems to avoid costly and unscheduled downtime.
Education Requirements:
Prefer Associates degree related to Industrial Maintenance
High School Diploma
Experience Requirements:
3 years previous experience
Automotive background required
Skills Requirements:
Strong electrical background
Strong mechanical ability to troubleshoot & repair
Technical skills necessary in the areas of industrial electricity, PLC controls, hydraulics and pneumatics.
Good communication skills
Technical skills necessary to follow OSHA requirements
PC knowledge and experience
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
Ensures that production and related equipment is ready to meet customer requirements.
Troubleshoot problems on production and related equipment. This includes PLC, press controls and weld controls.
Work with all employees to continuously improve quality and production.
Maintain preventative maintenance schedule for production related equipment.
Complete work from project list as assigned by Maintenace Manager
Requisition supplies and spare parts for maintenance areas and keep these areas organized.
Maintain clean work area
Work with outside tradesmen as required.
Available for overtime as required.
Available for training as required.
Suggest methods for improvements, i.e., Continuous Improvement Plan.
Ensure maintenance repair requests are being addressed resolved and returned for proper record keeping in a timely manner.
Assist in TS 16949 implementation and maintenance as required.
Technical skills necessary:a)Industrial Electricity - PLC Controls, Hydraulics & Pneumatics
NASG is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a drug-free & smoke-free workplace.

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