The CNC Maintenance Technician supports the safety, quality, and production goals of the manufacturing operation. This position is responsible for preventive maintenance, process and equipment improvements and effective troubleshooting. These responsibilities include:
Test and repair hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical equipment or systems. (Involving circuits, relay logic, wiring, motors, servo drives, etc.)
Troubleshoot CNC machines and other electronic equipment.
Troubleshoot and repair hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical equipment and machine components.
Perform basic administrative skills including documentation of work performed by written/electronic methods.
Ability to problem solve and continuously improve safety, quality, and productivity.
Perform predictive, preventative, corrective and routine maintenance on production equipment
Repair, maintain and troubleshoot CNC machines
Repair, assemble and install electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic systems
Maintain motor starters, variable frequency drives, and servo controls
Install piping, conduit and raceway systems
Perform facilities and building maintenance
Position Consults with:
Safety, Quality, Operations and Engineering
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
Strong electrical and mechanical knowledge
Demonstrated success in troubleshooting and problem-solving
Technical knowledge and skills in the following areas: PLC's/Industrial Controls, Computers & Information Technology, Hydraulic/Pneumatic, Motion/Motor Control, Welding, Machining, Servos, and Pumps.
Available to work second shift including overtime, holidays, weekends, and shutdowns
Ability to read and interpret equipment manuals, mechanical / electrical schematics, and other specifications to determine repair method for failed components
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Employment in production occupations is projected to decline 4 percent, with a loss of about 423,200 jobs from 2019 to 2029. Technological advancements are expected to continue to replace many of the manufacturing workers that make up a large share of the production occupations. Fewer workers are expected to be needed in the manufacturing sector as many processes have become computer-controlled.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for production occupations was $37,440 in May 2020, which was lower than the median annual wage for all occupations of $41,950.
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