Machining Maintenance Technician

Essential Job Functions:
Maintains assigns production machine uptime
Performs continuous improvements in department
Responsible for OEE variables
Completes PM's per maintenance department specs
Informs Maintenance Technician Lead or Shift Managers of down machines
Replaces all shop tools and supplies after use
Signs out all parts removed from tool crib
Fill out parts request for any parts needed
Complete daily checks (if not completed by previous shift, next shift is responsible)
Perform torque and leak tester verification procedures
Fills MP2 for all work done
Communicates with shift Maintenance Technician Lead on work priorities and end of shift follow-up
Communicates with incoming/outgoing maintenance technicians on problems/issues encountered during working shift
Education and
Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Other Training: Electrical training, Lockout/Tagout, Fork Truck, Aerial Lift, Arc Flash
Other Requirements: Ability to lift 100 pounds; able to work on platform lifts up to 30 feet; follow all safety procedures for work above 6 feet off the ground

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