The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for performing duties to support and maintain production lines through the repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of machinery, equipment, building and facilities, requiring a broad knowledge of maintenance skills including mechanical repair, plumbing, welding, fabrication and electrical repair.
The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for all or part of these areas:
Works in a manufacturing environment where the employee is regularly required to speak, read, sit, stand, walk, climb, crouch, lift, reach, grasp and bend while moving about the facility. Must be able to move 75 pounds a distance of 25 feet or more at various frequencies and or intervals. Must be able to stand for an 8 – 10 hour shift (sometimes longer) with regular breaks while performing repetitive tasks. May be required to work overtime and/or weekends as needed. The employee may be exposed to non-ambient temperatures, odors, dust, oil, slippery floors, moving parts/equipment, and handling of hazardous sanitation chemicals. The noise level is loud in the plant. Ear protection, eye/face protection, hair/beard nets, steel-toed/slip-resistant shoes, and gloves are required as necessary in accordance with company GMP and safety standards.