While upholding Hoyt’s Policies and Mission and Values Statements, the Maintenance Tech A is primarily responsible for assisting Manufacturing Engineering staff in machine and process design and build activities. In addition, this person is also responsible for servicing major equipment breakdowns and may be used to install new utility lines (electrical, plumbing, natural gas, water, phones, etc.).
• Reading and understanding Engineering prints and schematics: Must be able to read basic engineering drawings, electrical/pneumatic hydraulic schematics, and understand the symbols, notes and applicable GD&T.
• Fabricating replacement parts: Must be able to fabricate replacement parts in-house for Hoyt OEM equipment and machinery. Fabricate parts for non-Hoyt OEM equipment when feasible.
• Assignment of Capital Improvement projects: Take the lead on all assigned capital improvement projects, at whatever stage it is handed over from the Maintenance Manager. This may include the creation of drawings and sketches, creating a Bill of Material, ordering or fabricating necessary parts, writing or editing PLC programs, assembling and testing the project for use by production, and address potential personnel and equipment safety issues.
• Assisting in project planning, execution and completion: Assist the Manufacturing Engineering department in the planning, execution and completion of a project, including offering technical advice and rendering assistance as called upon.
• Installation of utility lines: Installs electrical distribution, up to 480 volts and 400 amps. Runs conduit, voice and data lines, liquid and pneumatic plumbing and air lines, as needed.
Major Equipment Servicing Responsibilities:
•Repair of major production equipment and machinery: Examine and troubleshoot problems to diagnose the cause of a machine or equipment malfunction. Dismantle, or partly dismantle, the machine, and perform repair with minimal downtime. Replace broken or defective parts with items from stock. Reassemble the machine or equipment to normal operating conditions.
•Work with outside contractors: Establish good communications with various outside contractors in achieving desired results for machine, equipment and facility maintenance projects.
Minor Equipment and Facility Service Responsibilities: The Maintenance Tech A will also perform equipment, process and facility maintenance tasks as assigned, or needed.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Strong organizational, problem-solving and communication skills.
Knowledge of electrical (including ability to design and build electrical panels), plumbing, natural gas, water and drainage systems.
An understanding of electrical schematics, blue prints, and ladder logic.
Must have a mechanical aptitude.
Basic math skills.
Knowledge of Spreadsheets, Database and Word Processing programs.
Training and Education:
Associate’s degree, completion of a related trade school program, or equivalent experience.
Required Prior Work Experience:
Machine Build experience 2-3 years
Electrical, industrial wiring 2-3 years
Major Equipment and Machine servicing experience,
Preferably in a manufacturing environment 2-3 years
Basic carpentry. 1 year
Plumbing experience, including PVC, ABS, Black Iron 1 year
Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]