Keep records, logs, or charts in writing, by scanner or by computer
Must be able to weld proficiently in MIG, TIG, and ARC
Must be able to cut and fabricate metal using acetylene torch and
Drive forklift proficiently
May perform other electrical work if required
Change fuses; light globes.
Install light fixtures and receptacles.
Move, remove, or install electrical circuits and motors.
"Troubleshoot" and make repairs or corrections on motors, switches,
switch panels, fuse boxes, lighting, heating, or power circuits,
Install, connect, and adjust electrical gauges and recording
Responsible for repair, installation, operation, and maintenance of
all packaging electronic components, scales, and related
Recognize and correct potential electronic instrument failures.
Test, time, and calibrate electronic instruments and related
equipment for efficient performance.
Adjust and control boiler fires, watch level, make fuel draft, and
water supply adjustments to produce maximum boiler efficiency.
Read and record readings as required of all temperature flow,
pressure, and electric gauges.
Be able to read and interpret sketches, operating instructions,
etc. and determine proper operating and repair procedures.
Starts, stops machinery
Checks machinery as it pertains to proper operation, timing weight,
lubrication wear, cleanliness
Clears jams during production runs and makes simple routine
adjustments required on a repetitious basis, and
Calls on the area Rate I mechanic if he is unable to correct a
problem of a non-repetitious nature.
Maintain sanitary conditions in work areas, equipment, and
Lifts heavy objects by hand and cleans work area, machines, and
Other duties as directed.
Food manufacturing experience a plus. -
Supervisory or Lead experience a plus.
Hourly rate $28-$35 DOE