Chicago, IL

As a Maintenance Technician (also known as Maintenance Mechanic, Equipment Technician), you'll be responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of manufacturing equipment. This includes conducting electrical and mechanical troubleshooting, performing routine maintenance tasks, and collaborating with team members to coordinate maintenance activities.

  • Opportunity to work in a dynamic manufacturing environment.
  • Great potential for problem-solving and hands-on work.
  • Chance to work with a variety of machines and technologies.
  • Strong electrical troubleshooting skills, with the ability to read and interpret electrical schematics.
  • Proficient mechanical troubleshooting skills, including knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics, and mechanical systems.
  • Prior experience working in a manufacturing environment, preferably in a maintenance role.
  • Proficiency in PLC Troubleshooting, Electrical Troubleshooting, Mechanical Troubleshooting, and Troubleshooting Industrial Automation Equipment.
  • Experience with Servo Motors, Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) (Fanuc, Allen Bradley, Siemens), and Conveyor Systems.