Maintenance Mechanic I

Company Name:
The business and subsidiaries of The Schwan Food Company
Title: Maintenance Mechanic I
Location: US-Kansas-SALINA-KS-3019 SCANLON AVE (0763)
Job Number: 14003380
Responsible for maintenance, repairs, and preventative maintenance of all equipment and assisting advanced level maintenance positions in keeping all equipment and facility in good repair to insure continuous and effective operation as one of the following: production/packaging equipment mechanic, plumber, welder, machinist, fabricator or drafter.
Perform minor repairs as directed from senior maintenance such as lifting, positioning, and fastening objects using hand tools.
Perform setup and tear down of equipment and may assist with major repairs and/or construction required to plant buildings and stationary equipment, fabrication of parts, and installation of new plant equipment
Maintain tools, equipment and supplies to maintain an orderly work area according to policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Participates in and successfully completes training directed at increasing job-related trade skills as mandated by management/supervisor and assists in training Maintenance I positions.
Assist Senior Maintenance and train Maintenance I employees in keeping all equipment in good repair and regularly serviced.
Assist with welding and fabrication of equipment used for processing and packaging.
Responsible for individually performing maintenance work on all equipment as directed.
Performs all duties in compliance with company policies and procedures and in a safe manner according to State, Federal and company regulations.
Assists and ensures all areas are returned to a clean, neat, orderly, and safe condition according to policy and procedure.
Performs other work, as assigned
Qualifications: Education: High School Diploma or equivalent required. Two-year degree in specialized maintenance trade preferred.
Years of Related Experience: Typically one year or less of related experience
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Ability to perform all Maintenance Mechanic 1 duties. Knowledge of PLC software and ability to perform minor PLC program adjustments on equipment. Ability to read electrical schematics, diagnose problems with programmable controllers on equipment, and operate electrical testing equipment and machining equipment. Basic knowledge and understanding of ammonia refrigeration systems. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to complete work orders, carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form, and complete required paperwork. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals and calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area, circumference and volume. Mechanical knowledge and ability to expand knowledge and skills via on-the-job and formal training directed at increasing job-related skills as mandated by management/Supervisor, including all required OSHA training. Ability to learn basic computer skills, including SAP Maintenance Module. Ability to obtain a valid forklift license. Good problem solving skills. Demonstrated interpersonal skills sufficient to communicate in a professional manner with co-workers and supervisors. Ability to comply with all general safety policies and procedures in accordance with Company, Local, State and Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations. Exhibit desirable and appropriate professional behavior including dependability, integrity, ability to learn, results orientation, ability to interact effectively with others, team playing, sense of urgency and a quality focus to provide for a cohesive, productive unit dedicated to the achievement of company and department goals. Must be able to lift ninety (90) lbs.

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