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Press Maintenance Tech


An automotive supplier located near Greer, SC is looking for a Press Maintenance Tech
JOB DUTIES
Troubleshoot systems, perform preventive and predictive maintenance on all installed equipment to minimize downtime
Provide training and technical support to Assembly, Press and Maintenance Team Members
Installation and modification of equipment to ensure quality control requirements are met and downtime is minimized
Monitor work performed by outside contractors and Maintenance Team Members
Ensure a quality product (measuring tools, part inspection and fixtures) and know the quality procedures
Support continuous improvement and lean manufacturing processes
Ensure equipment is safe:
light curtains, safety gates, barriers, etc.
Recommend modifications to existing equipment
Assist in determining spare parts requirements
Train Assembly, Maintenance Tech I Team Members and new team production team members
Assist team members with running lines/presses Minimize downtime
Ensure equipment meets NEC, OSHA, and Magna regulations
Perform PM inspections as required, complete with all repairs
Provide sound troubleshooting skills and diagnosis and repair of the various Manufacturing Process Operations
Design and installation of new/improved manufacturing equipment, components, and processes

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or GED required
2-year degree from a technical college or minimum of 5 years on-the-job training with heavy industrial manufacturing facility in skilled trade capacity.
Knowledge of industrial maintenance with an emphasis on electrical, mechanical or controls application.
Read and understand schematics
Testing and troubleshooting equipment
Understanding of rigging, cranes, etc.
Hydraulics and pneumatics
Knowledge of drafting (blueprint reading, dimension drawings, etc.)
AUTOCAD
Provide own tools needed for position
Motor Control, PLC, and Ladder Logic
Knowledge of electrical components
Understanding of services and variable frequency drives
Welding experience



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