Performs repair, adjustment and minor construction work in the basic trades to ensure that facilities are properly maintained. Leads completion of larger and more complex assignments. Duties may fall into a variety of trades, including carpentry, painting, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical.
Performs repair, adjustment, maintenance and installation in a multitude of disciplines that may include but are not limited to HVAC, Pneumatics, Explosion Suppression, Fire Control, Cooling Towers, Chillers, Overhead Doors, and tasks not otherwise assigned (furniture moves, rack repair, safety railings and barriers installation and removal, etc.).
Performs safety and regulatory requirements within the facility to include but not limited to Hazardous Waste movement and storage, RO Water monitoring, Sprinkler System maintenance and monitoring.
Level 3 Facility Technicians are proficient in at least 4 of the following core skill areas. Proficiency in these areas will be determined by skills testing administered during the hiring process, or by successful completion of training courses and validation in each area.
Install, relocate, troubleshoot, and repair assigned equipment.
Perform day-to-day maintenance and upkeep of all facility related items
Perform preventative, reactive and emergency maintenance, and repair on assigned tasks
Complete all associated paperwork (electronic or otherwise) in a timely manner for assigned tasks.
Trains other facility technicians on assigned equipment and systems
Ability to work alone or with other technicians and/or trades to accomplish assigned tasks.
Respond quickly to emergency requests by site management when mechanical issues with equipment have been identified.
Dismantles, repairs, and reassembles and troubleshoots complex equipment.
Compliance with company policies, SOP’s, cGMPs and all other government regulations as related to this position.
Coordinate with appropriate personnel to obtain required materials needed to perform assigned tasks.
Follow all safety procedures when opening, repairing and installing process or plant equipment. (LOTO, Hot Work Permits, Confined Space Permits, etc.).
Interpret drawings of equipment to properly adjust, maintain or repair machinery.
Operates various types of equipment (fork truck, electric pallet jacks, man lift, etc.)
Required to work on ladders, scaffolds, and aerial equipment.
Responsible for serviceability and accountability of assigned tools.
Responsible for cleaning work areas in the shop or at project locations. Maintain 5S standards throughout the plant.
Complete all necessary course work/training as assigned by department management.
All other assigned duties as directed by the Facility Maintenance Manage, Supervisor or Lead.
High School Diploma/GED
8-years of facility or production maintenance experience within a manufacturing, industrial or commercial environment.
2-year technical degree Industrial Maintenance or related field or comparable military maintenance experience.
Must be mechanically inclined and willing to perform mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic tasks.
Must be able to understand and interpret mechanical data from blueprints, schematics, wiring and plumbing diagrams and be familiar with other mechanical trades data found on these documents.
Knowledge and understanding of LOTO and OSHA safety requirements as related to industrial operations.
Comprehensive knowledge and troubleshooting skills of motor/drive assembly mechanical functions and systems (e.g., change oil, gears, hydraulic and pneumatic systems).
Proficient in the use of hand and power tools and precision measuring instruments (e.g., drills, drivers, calipers, micrometers, multi-meters, etc.)
Intermediate welding skills is a plus.
Proficient computer skills utilizing MS Office and Outlook
Willingness to complete coursework for upgrading purposes.
Must be able to demonstrate hands on abilities and skills will be enhanced through computer-based training modules.
Ability to work with others and promote a team atmosphere.
Work Environment / Physical Demands (essential to perform the job duties)
The employee is regularly required to use hands, speak and hear.
The employee is occasionally required to sit for long periods, bend, reach with arms, and stoop at knees.
Work is typically performed in a moderately noisy business area.