Maintenance Mechanic

Dahlonega, GA
Role

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

Benefits
  • Competitive pay ranging from $20-$33 per hour, depending on the shift and location.
  • Great benefits starting from Day 1.
  • Opportunities for teaching and mentoring team members to enhance their technical skills.
Qualifications
  • Strong electrical and mechanical troubleshooting skills.
  • Proficiency in VFDs and PLCs, and ability to create ladder diagram schematics for various electrical circuits.
  • Experience with operating cutting torches and welding equipment to fabricate, cut, or join metal parts.
  • Skilled in using a range of tools, from common hand and power tools (e.g., impact drills and wrenches) to precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment and with machines & technologies such as Servo Motors, Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).