Implement proper procedures for packaging maintenance department. Create maintenance department schedules to ensure that all maintenance is performed and completed in a timely fashion. Follow and adjust master maintenance department schedule as needed. Verify and monitor completion of responsibilities as outlined via the maintenance department work schedule. Create and enforce self-inspection schedule to ensure self auditing is completed. Analyze situations to provide solutions that are in the best interest of the company. Maintain accurate records and reports. Delegate responsibilities to employees as needed. Maintain required inventory of all maintenance department supplies. Ensure that maintenance department employees are performing job duties as outlined via the Maintenance Mechanic Job Description. Train new and existing employees on the required job duties outlined via the Maintenance Mechanic Job Description. Discuss employees that have breached company policy or are not meeting performance metrics as outlined via the Maintenance Mechanic job description with the Maintenance Manager and discipline accordingly.
Installs, maintains and repairs equipment such as steam valves, steam traps, steam or water coils, water softeners, unit heaters, water heaters, condensate and circulating pumps, and plumbing facilities using hand and power tools of the plumbing trade such as pipe wrenches, pipe cutters, and torches. Installs, services, and repairs electric motors, heaters, coolers, refrigerators, and other related equipment using various hand and power tools of the maintenance trades.
Maintains central steam and chemical water treatment systems, as well as other systems, using gauges and other test instruments to diagnose malfunctions and mechanic hand and power tools to disassemble, repair, and reassemble system components. Moves and replaces machinery and auxiliary apparatus using hand and electric trucks, fork lifts, and dollies. Fabricates, assembles, and tests parts as needed, such as various pumps, valves, heaters, compressors, and other mechanical system parts using metal fabricating tools, common hand tools, power tools, and welding torches. Replaces fuses, light bulbs, circuit breakers, electric switches, and other electrical equipment following electrical specifications.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Yes
Knowledge of electric motors, generators, pumps, pressure systems, water systems, and other equipment and systems.
Must have knowledge of the servicing and maintenance of simple power, heating, and cooling units.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of the building and maintenance trades.
Ability to do routine mechanical and electrical maintenance and care for tools and equipment.
Ability to work from sketches, drawings, and blueprints.
Ability to maintain records regarding material, equipment, and repairs.
Education and/or Experience:
High School Diploma/GED required.
Four years of experience in the mechanical or electrical trades preferred.
Completion of a recognized program in vocational training for the mechanical or electric trades may be substituted for two years of experience.
Salary : $60,000 – $70,000