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Material Handling Maintenance Technician III

The Material Handling Maintenance Technician III will lead other service technicians, design solutions for difficult problems, will lead outside contractors, be on call for emergencies, handle multiple projects, and meet time lines.
A successful candidate in this role will accomplish the following:
Maintain and troubleshoot all conveyor systems, electrical and mechanical
Lead and audit Preventative Maintenance procedures/ practices
Develop training plans for service technicians
Develop work plan for emergency repair of critical assets.
Install, maintain, and troubleshoot relay logic, ladder diagrams, control components-- photo eyes, motor starters, relays, limit switches, proximity sensors, timers, solenoids, Servo drives, frequency inverters, linear drives, tachs, and encoders
Create and close Work Orders with appropriate data, to include labor hours, equipment maintenance, and parts used into asset management system
Conduct maintenance and higher level troubleshooting of robotics and robotic work cells
Troubleshoot PLC programs including using ladder logic, components (CPU back plains, I/O boards, counters, modules, and devices) and communications modules (Ethernet)
Mentor technicians by motivating, providing guidance and directions to help them achieve their goals
Maintain and troubleshoot power distribution systems, branch circuits, lighting systems, transformers, and wiring methods and materials up to 480V
Develop and maintain positive working relationships across all levels of the organization
Develop work plan for emergency repair of critical assets. Work plan to include coordinating with operations, locating parts/tools for repair, scheduling time with equipment, etc.
Physical Demands (Must be able to perform with or without reasonable accommodation):
Lift and move totes up to 49 pounds each
Regular bending, lifting, stretching and reaching both below the waist and above the head
Occasionally push and pull wheeled dollies loaded with products up to 100 pounds during site visits
Engage in full manual dexterity in both hands and wrists
Walking in the FC and around area with great frequency; facilities are over a quarter mile in length
Ability to climb ladders and gangways safely and without limitation
Dexterity in eye/hand coordination, feet (foot pedals), manual (picking, pinching, holding, grasping), and wrist motion (repetitive flexion/rotation)
Working conditions may include small spaces, dust, fumes/odors, hot/cold temperatures, inside/outside noise, vibration, standing on concrete for long hours and wet or uneven surfaces
Must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours
Basic Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent
Ability to work all days and shifts, including overtime (24 hours a day, 7 days a week operation, including holidays)
PC competency, Word & Excel and Windows OS
Experience in the following areas:
Automated conveyors systems and controls
Electrical and electronic principles
Preventative maintenance procedures
Blueprint and schematic reading
Industrial electrical
Industrial controls
Industrial Electronics
Programmable Logic Control (PLC) programs
National Electrical Code (NEC)
Work order management
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Preferred Qualifications:
Degree from a vocational school or college with a focus in the Mechanical or Electrical field
4 years apprenticeship or equivalent experience in the Mechanical or Electrical field
Previous leadership and/or management experience
Previous experience in vendor management
Experience with robotic maintenance
 

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