ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE PERSON

GENERAL DEFINITION
Under general supervision performs maintenance, trouble shoot problems and repairs electrical, mechanical and industrial equipment as directed by immediate Supervisor to ensure safe and efficient production of prestigious, quality plastic products.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
- Maintain and perform preventitive maintenance on most electrical, mechanical and industrial equipment.
- Trouble shoot and analyze problems on equipment (i.e. control panels, air compressors, ovens, air conditioning units, etc.)
- Perform repairs on most electrical, mechanical and industrial equipment from pneumatic impact guns to programmable controllers and microprocessors.
- Prepare and maintain all necessary documentation (i.e. requisitions for equipment, etc.) for department.

NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES
- Build and/or remodel equipment for other departments.
- Answer questions and provide support for other departments in a cooperative manner.
- Perform other related duties as required.
- There may be times when a temporary work assignment is required to meet the requirements of the department. Work assignments will be made at the discretion of Management.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Knowledge of basic electronics to maintain various types of electrical, industrial, and mechanical equipment (i.e. hand tools, air tools, etc.), various phases of maintenance work (i.e. plumbing, welding, heating and air conditioning, etc.) and understanding blueprints and schematics if necessary. Must be able to make objective judgments, analyze problems to determine the best and most efficient methods of solving the problem while achieving the desired results and work under limited supervision. A high school diploma or GED equivalent and 3 to 5 years od medium to heavy industrial maintenance (i.e. welding, plumbing, 480 volt electrical systems, heating and air conditioning, repairing programmable controller and microprocessors, etc.) is required. An Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical-Mechanical Maintenance is a plus. A degree of manual skills (i.e. using various tools for repairs, wrenches, hammers, drills, etc.) and a considerable degree of physical effort is needed. This position frequently lifts or moves material weighing between 25 lbs. to 55 lbs. and occasionally lifts or moves material weighing in excess of 55 lbs. in difficult work positions using material handling equipment.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Fair to somewhat undesirable working conditions. May be exposed to noise, heat, dust, grease, vapors, and other elements to the point of being undesirable but not continuously.

AUTHORITY
This person reports to the Plant Manager.

Philippi, WV

EOE

Thank you for your interest in working for Snyder Industries. Please fill out the online application. Employment decisions are made based on your responses to the following questions. Be sure to include paid and no-paid experiences you feel help qualify yup for consideration of employment.





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