Under minimum direction, oversees all shift operations personnel ensuring their compliance with the District Manager’s directives on Environmental Safety and Health, permit compliance, customer service, productivity, cost reduction, care of equipment, housekeeping, and paperwork completion. Performs all maintenance functions including, but not limited to, preventative, corrective and emergency maintenance on all equipment throughout the plant.
•Maintains equipment files, inventory and manages the expeditious purchase and/or re-supply of components, as necessary to complete assigned projects.
•Works with outside machine vendors as necessary to acquire fabricated parts. Works with FST as necessary to improve practices.
•Using 3-phase theory and wiring techniques, trouble shoots, replaces components and re-wires motors, as necessary.
•Reads electrical schematics for control systems and is familiar with toning equipment for wire tracing. Keeps wiring boxes neat and tidy at all times.
•Purchases the components and installs simple conduit runs including mounting small control boxes or disconnects, as well as flex conduit.
•Troubleshoots and repairs general air pneumatics, including air compressor operation and maintenance, regulator replacement, solenoid valve replacement, 2-way and 3-way valve, tubing installation, and general system troubleshooting.
•Maintains hydraulic system including cylinder seal repair, cylinder replacement, bushing replacements (usually by outside machine shop), hose crimper operation (includes matching hose to fitting), fluid maintenance including filter change out, hydraulic pump replacement, valve stack repair and maintenance, fitting specification, and general troubleshooting and adjustments.
•Uses power tools associated with metal machining, including power drills, chop saws, reciprocating saw, grinder, and pneumatic hammers. Uses welder to fuse carbon steel and perform repairs. Welds stainless steel or higher alloys or operates a TIG welder.
•Installs CPVC piping up to 6” as well as threaded steel pipe to 2” and soldered copper.
•Conducts predictive analysis of all process systems and equipment periodically to update Preventative Maintenance system. Identifies equipment malfunctions, generates work orders, determines proper repair procedures and assigns appropriate personnel to accomplish the task. Documents results based on schedule and priority.
•Vigorously supports Stericycle’s commitment to safety and supports all policies and procedures as established within the policies and procedures manual.
•Assists in the training of Mechanics, Operators and Laborers.
•Performs other related duties as required or r4equested to ensure a safe, clean, healthy, and efficient facility.
•Education equivalent to Associate’s Degree in electrical or mechanical engineering, or the equivalent in related work experience.
•Demonstrates a good knowledge of power writing using 3-phase theory and wiring techniques, in addition to general wiring techniques for 110V system. Must know how to use a multi-meter for safe work practices and troubleshooting.
•Demonstrates a good knowledge of control wiring and how to read electrical schematics for control systems. Must be familiar with toning equipment for wire tracing. Must understand signal wiring (24VDC systems and thermocouples.
•Must have experience with general air pneumatics, including air compressor operation and maintenance, regulator replacement, solenoid valve replacement, 2-way and 3-way valve, tubing installation, and general system troubleshooting.
•Must know how to maintain a hydraulic system and be able to read a hydraulic flow diagram.
•Demonstrates the ability to use all power tools associated with metal machining, including power drills, chop saws, reciprocating saw, grinder, and pneumatic hammers. Must be able to use soldering/brazing torches, and acetylene torches for cutting steel. Must be able to use a welder to fuse carbon steel and perform repairs.
•The ability to weld stainless steel or higher alloys and to operate a TIG welder is a plus.