Electromechanical Maintenance Tech #4701JD

Electromechanical Maintenance Technician
An Electromechanical Maintenance Technician permanent job position has opened with our client, an innovative technology company in Southwest Michigan. Candidates must offer Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC experience; be knowledgeable and offer proven experience with machines and tools and their designs, uses, repair and maintenance; and have worked in a structured, safety-focused environment. Candidates will work overtime and be on call, including weekends.

Responsibilities & Tasks
o Minimum of 3-5 years electrical/mechanical and control experience
o Test faulty equipment to diagnose malfunctions
o Experience using test equipment or other software (i.e., Labview) and applying knowledge of the functional operation of electronic/mechanical units and systems
o Study blueprints, schematics, manuals, or other specifications to determine installation procedures
o Repair or adjust equipment, machines, or defective components and replacing worn parts
o Install and set-up new equipment per manufacturer's recommendations
o Maintain equipment logs that record performance problems, repairs, calibrations or tests
o Perform scheduled preventative maintenance tasks such as checking, cleaning or repairing equipment to detect and prevent problems
o Calibrate manufacturing equipment to prescribed specifications
o Knowledgeable in plumbing and building repairs
o HVAC experience a plus

Physical Requirements:
o Capable for bending, twisting, climbing regularly
o Capable of lifting 50 lbs. occasionally

o Journeyman Millwright Certification and/or Associate Degree is required.

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