Maintenance Technician- Night shift
Atlanta, GA 30320 US
- We are seeking a skilled and dedicated Maintenance Technician to join our team on the 3rd shift at our food production plant. As a Maintenance Technician, you will be responsible for performing scheduled maintenance, troubleshooting, and repairs on machinery and equipment to ensure continuous operation and minimize downtime. Your expertise and attention to detail will contribute to the overall efficiency and productivity of our facility during the critical overnight period.
- Perform routine and preventive maintenance tasks on machinery and equipment, including conveyors, mixers, packaging machines, and refrigeration systems.
- Troubleshoot and diagnose equipment malfunctions, identify root causes, and implement effective repairs in a timely manner to minimize production interruptions.
- Conduct regular inspections to identify potential equipment failures or safety hazards and take appropriate corrective actions.
- Collaborate with production and quality control teams to address any equipment-related issues affecting production efficiency or product quality.
- Keep accurate records of maintenance activities, including completed work orders, maintenance logs, and inventory usage.
- Assist in the installation, relocation, and commissioning of new equipment or production lines.
- Comply with all safety regulations and promote a safe work environment by following established procedures and best practices.
- Monitor and maintain inventory levels of spare parts and equipment components to ensure availability for maintenance and repairs.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent. Technical certifications or vocational training in mechanical, electrical, or industrial maintenance is preferred.
- Proven experience as a Maintenance Technician in a food production or manufacturing environment, preferably during the 3rd shift.
- Strong knowledge of mechanical systems, electrical circuits, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and industrial control systems.
- Proficient in troubleshooting, diagnosing, and repairing machinery and equipment malfunctions.
- Familiarity with computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) and basic computer skills.
- Ability to interpret technical manuals, schematics, and blueprints.