Job Description


Multi-craft Maintenance Technician


Main Responsibilities:

  • Install and maintain production equipment, including emergency/unscheduled repairs
  • Troubleshoot and repair control devices and motors (110 V AC
    – 460 V AC)
  • Troubleshoot, program, and repair PLC’s on shop and agricultural equipment
  • Repair relay/limit switch logic devices and electronic control devices that utilize solid state components, transistors, diodes, and VDC, including printed circuit board assemblies
  • Maintain power and lighting transformers
  • Perform regular preventative maintenance on machines and equipment, including adjustments
  • Troubleshoot as a mechanic, using common hand tools to adjust or replace worn and broken parts of a structural, rotating, reciprocating, or running nature
  • Perform machinist work, including the use of common machine tools to cut, shape, form, etc.
  • Read and interpret equipment manuals to perform required maintenance and service
  • Perform carpentry work, using woodworking tools for the purpose of repairing wood structures, construction of crating, cutting of blocking, etc.

  • Weld (both electric and gas) flat weld and pipe welding in any position
  • Follow all plant and environmental policies as well as plant and departmental safety policies
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Maintenance Supervisor or Department Manager

Job Requirements Minimum Qualifications:

  • AAS Degree in Mechatronics or Electrical, Mechanical, or Industrial Maintenance AND 2 years of work experience in industrial maintenance
  • Strong mechanical or electrical aptitude
  • Understanding of PLCs
  • Ability to use hand tools and precision measuring devices
  • Accurate troubleshooting/problem solving skills
  • Strong communication and computer skills


Physical Demands:

  • Medium to heavy work
  • Exposure to heat and dust
  • Standing for long periods
  • Frequently stooping, twisting, bending, walk long distances, climbing stairs/ladders
  • Lifting 50 or more pounds
  • Working at heights and outdoors when required
  • Wearing safety equipment when required
  • Use of full range of motion in both hands and arms with the ability to use both hand and powered tools
  • Not afraid to get dirty

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