Maintenance Mechanic

Gainesville, GA

As a Maintenance Mechanic (also known as Equipment Maintenance Technician, Maintenance Engineer), you'll troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems, follow diagrams and manufacturer’s instructions, diagnose and repair CNC equipment and PLC control systems, and identify root causes of issues to perform necessary repairs.

  • Competitive pay ranging from $20-$33 per hour based on experience and location.
  • Great benefits starting from Day 1.
  • Flexible schedule with shifts available across different locations.
  • Strong electrical and mechanical troubleshooting skills.
  • Proficiency in VFDs, PLCs, and ability to create ladder diagram schematics for various electrical circuits.
  • Experience with operating cutting torches, welding equipment, and a range of tools from common hand and power tools to precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Excellent organizational and leadership abilities with a capability of teaching and mentoring team members to enhance their technical skills.
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment, machine safety inspections, and troubleshooting industrial automation equipment.