Electro Mechanic - 3rd Shift

Elmwood Park, NJ
Role

As a Maintenance Technician (also known as Mechanical Maintenance Specialist, Equipment Maintenance Technician), you'll be responsible for preventive maintenance, safety and cleanliness, problem diagnosis, part replacement, dimensional inspection, adjustment of devices, downtime management, part fabrication, inventory management, information provision, reporting, continuous learning, team coordination, control systems troubleshooting, and handling high voltage & electronic components. You'll also ensure the proper functioning of equipment necessary to support the identification, control, monitoring, and documentation of Critical Control Points.

Benefits
  • Opportunity to work with a company dedicated to promoting sensible eating.
  • Continuous learning through educational workshops and technical publications.
  • Collaborative work environment.
Qualifications
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Technical or University degree or equivalent on-the-job experience.
  • Proficiency in PLC Troubleshooting Skills, Creating Preventive Maintenance Plans, Electrical Troubleshooting Skills, Mechanical Troubleshooting Skills, Troubleshooting Industrial Automation Equipment, PLC Programming Experience, PLC Wiring Experience, Machine Safety Inspections, Experience in a Manufacturing Environment, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturing).