46245 Production Equipment Technician

Company: Technicial Needs

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Contract to Hire
5 to 7 years
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Job Description

Our client, a worldwide Manufacturer is looking for an Equipment Technician to join their team on a split shift scheduled from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM


Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform machine changeovers from part-to-part/job-to-job.
  • Clean machine as needed.
  • Troubleshoot machine product issues (metal and plastic) making adjustments where necessary.
  • Troubleshoot machine related mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic issues making adjustments where necessary. Able to adjust and fabricate items needed to adapt , tracks, fixtures, and tooling to make a good product at designated rates.
  • Providing feedback or receive guidance from the Lead Automation Technician or Manufacturing Engineer as needed.
  • Able to diagnose and repair electrical issues including sensors, relays, servo systems, motor controls, and PLCs.
  • Document all changes made to machines, fixtures or tooling made through installation, debug or normal operation as required by Manufacturing Engineering.
  • Maintain inventory for spare parts
  • Perform scheduled preventative maintenance actions on all machine systems and machine subsystems as needed.
  • Document equipment history
  • Communicate with the production shift personnel, Lead Automation Technician on the current shift and off shifts. Communication to include, but not be limited to the shift status on issues and performance for all machines.
  • A basic understanding of automated inspections systems, and be able to make vision systems adjustments.
  • Job Requirements

    • Two-year technical degree strongly preferred or equivalent work experience
    •  5+ years of manufacturing/technical experience. 
    •  Strong knowledge of 120VAC control circuits, 24VDC control circuit, Industrial Power 3 Phase 480V  and industry accepted electrical safety practices for testing energized circuits.
    •  Basic knowledge of PLC’s and  machinery
    •  Proficient in maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of mechanical, pneumatic and electrical components.
    •  Able to read and interpret electrical schematics, mechanical diagrams including complex automated system drawings 
    • Understand and follow Lock Out Tag Out process.