Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisors of King's Hawaiian, the Maintenance Mechanic supports the operational effectiveness of the production department by responding to breakdown calls, trouble shooting, analyzing and repairing mechanical equipment. The Maintenance Mechanic continuously promotes safety in the work area by understanding and complying with all established safety procedures.
Responding to breakdown trouble calls and brings machines to their proper running state, including troubleshooting, diagnosing and fixing problems.
Receiving work from shift supervisor or manager, and carrying out assigned duties in a timely and accurate manner.
Performing mechanic duties at all locations.
Completing assigned Preventative Maintenance (PM) work on assigned machines.
Dismantling, repairing, and re-assembling gear boxes, fans, conveyors, blowers, compressors, pumps, valves, furnaces, drives and all allied mechanical equipment.
Reading and understanding blueprints for working systems.
Promoting safety in the work area by understanding and complying with safety procedures and reporting all accidents in a timely manner.
Maintain company documentations as needed. Utilize Computerized Maintenance Management System. (CAMS/SOMAX).
Responsible for following and enforcing procedures outlined in the Food Safety Plan and the Food Quality Plan and any other programs that support the SQF system
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
Must have a High School Diploma/GED – Technical or vocational training a plus
Proficient in PC computer basics i.e. MS Word and Excel. General data entry. (CMMS Experience a plus)
Must have experience in industrial maintenance.
Should have skill in some if not all of the following:
- Machine shop
- Welding ARC-TIG-MIG
- PLC 4) Motor controls
- Basic Electrical
Minimum of 1 year experience in Industry maintenance field
Able to read Blue Prints/Electrical Prints
Willingness to work varied shifts, including nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed.
Demonstrated ability to be a motivated employee within a team oriented environment.
Must be self-directed and able to work without close supervision.
Excellent Communication Skills
Must have good electro-mechanical skills and have experience in repairing and maintaining production or utility equipment.
Must own a complete set of mechanics tools. (Required tool list)
Must have good troubleshooting skills.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs., when things cannot be handled on an assisted basis due to room constraints. However, for the most part, the worker will use assistive devices or a co-worker for lifts over 50 lbs.
ADDITIONAL ADVANCED SKILLS & TRAINING
RSLogix 500 PLC Training
RSLogix 5000 PLC Training
Panel Builder 32 Software Training (Programming Panel views and Operator interfaces)
Good understanding of troubleshooting relay logic
High Level of parts machining background on lathe & milling machines
Metal Fabrication Skills
Advance Motor Control Training
Understanding and ability to program/troubleshoot Variable Frequency Drives
Proficient in Food Grade Sanitary Welding
AIB Courses – Understanding the Baking Process
SQF – Understanding Food Safety Requirements related to MaintenanceBack Share Apply Now
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