Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Morris, IL 60450
Primary duties include providing safe and timely electrical support, preventative maintenance, installation, service, repair, troubleshooting and resolution of multiple operating machines within a food manufacturing industrial environment. The ideal candidate will have mechanical and electrical experience, a familiarity with hydraulics and pneumatics and have basic troubleshooting experience with proven ability of machine repair.
Utilize electrical/mechanical skills to maintain machinery
Contribute to a collaborative safety culture that drives results
Provide rapid response to ensure seamless productivity.
2-3 years in trouble shooting industrial electrical control systems down to component level
An operational knowledge of automated industrial machinery which includes; motors, servos, pumps, drives, relays, 3 phase power, communication devices, industrial / electronic controls, and power transmission systems.
A good understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Able to install and set up both A/C and D/C drives
PLC trouble shooting and problem solving ability with practical, mechanical & electrical aptitude.
Must be able to read and interpret both electrical and mechanical drawings.
Working knowledge of power transmission equipment and bearings.
Basic welding skills preferred but not required.
Familiar with pumps, both air and electric.
Able to install and trouble shoot basic 3 phase motor control circuits
Some knowledge of the various types of sensors and limit switches
Familiar with computers and Microsoft software.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently in a mature and professional manner.
Ability to work flexible hours, overtime,
High school diploma or equivalent
Military training and or Technical School preferred