Industrial Facility & Machine Maintenance

Job Details

LocationKingsville, ON,
Job TypeFull-Time Regular
PositionMaintenance Tech.
Degree RequiredHigh School

Job Description


EDUCATION, LICENSES & ADDITIONAL TRAINING
  • Must have Certification as an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic, or equivalent work experience
  • Must possess a valid Ontario G Driver's license - travel to different locations possible
  • Must possess a certificate in Industrial Electrical Repair if performing any in depth electronic repairs, a definite asset
  • Must have completed Grade 12 education; further education a definite asset
REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience performing machine maintenance activities in a manufacturing environment
  • Must be familiar with IATF16949/ISO14001 requirements especially as it relates to machine maintenance and Significant Environmental Aspects including:
  • Contaminated Air Emissions from Welding
  • Contaminated Air Emissions from Heater
  • Contaminated Refrig. Release from Compressors or HVAC
  • Contamination of City of Windsor Domestic Water System
  • Ability to conduct presentations
  • Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals
  • Must have a strong mechanical background and have a general understanding of the function and operation of molding equipment
  • Must have blue print reading knowledge
  • Must be team oriented and have excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Computer skills a definite asset
  • Must have excellent problem solving/troubleshooting skills
  • Knowledge of basic electricity, pneumatics and hydraulics a definite asset

  • Responsible and dependable, no absenteeism - Attendance is held in top priority
  • Attention to detail, and hand-eye coordination
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong work ethic and dependable
  • Physically able to stand, sit and walk for long periods, perform repetitive lifting of up to 30lbs (pounds), overhead reaching, bending, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling
  • Possess effective communication and organizational skills; English spoken, written and oral
  • Work well in a team environment and independently (unsupervised)
  • Ability to read instructions and take directions

RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Ensure that all preventive maintenance is carried out in a timely manner as per schedules. Any preventative maintenance activity which results in longer downtime than originally scheduled must be reported to the Plant Manager
  • Ensure that all preventive maintenance performed is documented on the PM check sheets and maintained in computer system
  • Worksheets are to be handed in after all applicable preventative maintenance work is complete
  • Ensure that all machine & building maintenance issues for all different location facilities are coordinated and given prompt attention. Use troubleshooting to determine the cause of the breakdown
  • All repairs are to be documented in job tracking system
  • Ensure that any safety issues arising due to machine & building maintenance are immediately attended to
  • Inform the respective Plant Manager of all parts requirements in regards to preventive maintenance
  • Maintain job tracking system in computer system for all department work performed
  • Use this data to analyse Maintenance department costs and make recommendations to management as necessary in an effort to be cost effective for all jobs performed
  • Maintain inventory on maintenance items in computer system and issue inventory to proper jobs as per job tracking system
  • Assign required work to be performed to Maintenance personnel. Oversee their work activities to ensure it is being performed to meet all safety and quality standards
  • Ensure that the O.H.S.A. and internal safe operating principles are in place and adhered to. Comply with provisions of the O.H.S.A. and Regulations and take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of the worker. Comply with any orders and requirements of inspectors, directors and other agents from the M.O.L. Acquaint a worker and supervise with any hazard present in the workplace and provide information, instruction and competent supervision for workers. Be visible, assume leadership, and assist in developing and initiating an effective health and safety attitude. Participate and initiate in continuous safety training
  • Other duties or special projects as assigned
  • Consciously abide by all safety policies and procedures to create a safe working environment for all employee
  • Adhere to all quality standards as set out in ISO/IATF
  • Use and wear the protective clothing and equipment at all times: Steel toed safety shoes with CSA tag, safety glasses (wide and clear on front and sides), hearing protection (in required areas)

COMPENSATION & SHIFTS

  • $28.00 - $31.00 depending on experience
  • Day/Afternoon rotation, possible midnight rotation added
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