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Maintainer/Mechanic 1 1


Whitehouse, OH, US

Job ID:  14581
Estimated Travel:  0 - 25%
Contract Type:  Permanent
Talent Area:  Manufacturing

Purpose of the Job:  The Maintainer is responsible for the set-up, tending, adjusting, maintaining, repairing and overhaul of back end production and related equipment.  The Maintainer has the primary responsiblity for production and quality on assigned equipment.


Key Accountabilities:


Check schedule to determine need for conversion or if scheduled maintenance is in order.  Determine if schedule can be adjusted or permits time for overhaul, repair or readjustments required by equipment.

Check machines.  Analyze any type of mechanical or operational troubles and plan for and take corrective action.  Make necessary corrections and running adjustment to maintain maximum production and quality.

Check, test and measure product for quality specifications.  Examine for visual defects.

Make repair or overhaul as required short of machining parts.  Replace worn or damaged parts such as rings and punches.  Retime machine action.

Operate, repair, clean, lubricate equipment as needed to maintain production.  Clear jams.  Check water and water treatment chemicals, lacquer, coatings, inks, lubricants, supplies and add or change materials.  Check on strapping and related materials.

Examine, test, and measure product from assigned equipment for quality specifications.  Orders materials and services as required.

Read schematics and prints of machinery and equipment.  Interpret and follow procedural manuals, manufacturer's guides and operation instructions.

Perform Preventative Maintenance inspection of assigned equipment, report findings and take appropriate action.  Write and perform maintenance work orders as required.

Analyze spoilage as to cause and take corrective action.  Analyze and record comments regarding cause of production delays on production report or trouble sheet.

Notify supervisor of any incidences of recurring equipment malfunctions and corrective action taken and of any poor quality material or supplies noted.

Operate equipment and assist production as directed.



Familiar with Personal Protective Equipment

Familiar with proper handling of chemicals and solvents

Mechanically inclined; familiar with hand tools

Minimum of 5+ years previous mechanical/fast-paced manufacturing experience

High School Diploma or GED equivalent required

Demonstrated mathematical and mechanical aptitude

Previous experience with PLC systems and a basic electrical knowledge preferred


Key Job Compentencies/Physical Demands

Able to stand for a long duration of time in excess of 8 hours a day

Able to bend over and rotate body repeatedly

Able to lift up to 35 pounds

Exposure to heat, cold, vibrations, odors/fumes, and loud noise

Able to perform fine manipulations with hands

Willing and able to work overtime and night shifts