$1500 sign up bonus- ask recruiter for details
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Performs preventive maintenance on controls and control systems according to CMMS.
Performs line and equipment performance through better controls and integration.
Enhances equipment or line performance through program or control improvements.
Assists line mechanics in troubleshooting problems associated with programs or controls.
Reduces troubleshooting time by utilizing maintenance computer network to trouble shoot.
Resolves issues associated with programs.
Assists in designing new control systems.
Assures and maintains back up control components, servo drives, PLCS, and panel views.
Writes moderate to complex programs for controls .
Performs periodic inspections.
Performs periodic systems testing.
Performs control systems calibration as required.
Reports and addresses potential problem areas.
Follows all safety programs.
Assists with implementing control systems on projects when required.
Completes all required documentation.
Suggests ways to control labor and supply costs as well as improve processes.
Ensures that all work activities are performed with attention to the highest standards for quality, safety and compliance with all appropriate legal and food safety requirements and a focus on continuous improvement.
Ensures that all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are followed.
Follows all company policies & procedures as well as the GMP's (Good Manufacturing Practices).
Maintains a high level of safety awareness for an accident-free work place.
Reports any unsafe or hazardous work conditions or safety-related issues to Management.
Accomplishes all tasks as appropriately assigned or requested.
Essential Skills and Experience:
High school diploma, GED or trade school equivalent.
Two years Trade School covering electronics courses including Allen Bradley programming classes, or a combination of education and experience in an equivalent field.
Skills and Experience:
Ability to work overtime, irregular hours or rotating shifts.
Three to five years related experience and/or training in the following areas; programming , electrical components and controls, and automation.
Ability to read and interpret manuals, schematics, diagrams.
Ability to generate schematics.
Previous food manufacturing experience is helpful.
Ability to speak, write and understand English.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating instructions, formulas, and policy and procedures manuals.
Ability to write standard information into related paperwork.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Experience with Microsoft applications.
Ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of diverse individuals within the plant and corporate environments.
Ability to effectively present information to management.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) is helpful.
Ability to thrive in a constantly changing environment.
Hourly pay of $32.00-$35.00 an hour plus $2.00 premium shift, based on experience
Overtime after 40 hours per week; average work week 40-50 hours per week
Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, and Voluntary Life) - 1st of the month following 60 days
PTO - 8 Personal after 60 days and begin earning additional PTO after 180 days of employment
- 401K Saving and Retirement Plan
- Paid Holidays
- Fitness Reimbursement
- Tuition Reimbursement
Work Schedule for the Order Selector Utility Picker Warehouse
5-day work week; Rotating
Work 10pm 6:00am or until the work is completed, typically 8-12 hours per day
Scheduled work days may include holidays, but will include holiday pay
Must be flexible with work schedule; scheduled work days/times can vary
Please apply by forwarding copy of resume or call Recruiting Department, 847-348-7179.