Position Title: Maintenance Mechanic 2
Location: Rockford, IL - Assembly Drive
Reporting To: Supervisor, Maintenance
Responsible For (Staff): no
The process reliability technician's duties include installing, troubleshooting, maintaining and repairing equipment while following all work practices and procedures. Technicians will ensure and help maintain a safe work environment, while supporting the internal customer to achieve the sites business goals and objectives.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Supports the packaging lines by making routine and non-routine adjustments that insures a high quality product. Collaborate with other departments and other Maintenance Mechanics to obtain information or experience to keep lines running at an efficient rate. Perform preventive maintenance, changeovers, repairs, and running adjustments. The ability to systematically gather information from a variety of sources, analyze the information, identify implications of data, draw appropriate conclusions, generate viable, alternative solutions to a question or problem, and evaluate the consequences of choosing each alternative. The ability to assert personal ideas and opinions to convince others. This includes gaining others support through one's own actions, examples or persuasion in an ethical manner. The ability to define, diagnoses, and resolve problems. This includes seeking, logically examining, and interpreting information from different sources to determine a problem's cause and developing a course of action to resolve the problem and to prevent its recurrence. Provides guidance to others by responding to questions; observing work activity; giving direction when necessary; and providing on-the-job training. Use a variety of hand tools and power tools in order to perform you duties Detect faulty operations, defective material and report those and any unusual situation to proper personal. Read interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and services. This position may require overtime and/or weekend work. May require use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR). Knowledge of and adherence to all PCI, cGMP, and GCP policies, procedures, rules. Attendance to work is an essential function of this position Performs other duties as assigned by Manager/Supervisor. Prompt escalation to supervisor of any safety issue, quality issue, or downtime following the established escalation protocol. Preform Single Minute Exchange of Dies, (SMED) activities on packaging lines. Execute initiatives relating to OPEX objectives. Analyze equipment failures to improve overall reliability of the equipment, while maintaining productivity. Update setup documentation to insure all settings are current and accurate. Work with The Business Units and Scheduling to accurately maintain a timeline for any launches or validations of products Audit and maintain a high level of 5's in the facility to help maintain a safe, organized, clean high-performing workplace Document and drive actions for your respected value stream. Audit the centerline document system to insure sustainability and a high level of productivity. Attend Tier I Daily Directional Setting (DDS) meeting. Give feedback and follow-ups when outages occur from the centerline document
Special Demands: Stationary Position: 3/4 of the day and up. Move, Traverse: 3/4 of the day and up. Operate, activate, use, prepare, inspect, or place: 3/4 of the day and up. Install, place, adjust, apply, measure, use, or signal: 3/4 of the day and up. Ascend/Descend or Work Atop: 3/4 of the day and up. Position self (to) or Move (about or to): 3/4 of the day and up. Communicate or exchange information: 3/4 of the day and up. Detect, distinguish, or determine: 3/4 of the day and up.
On an average day, the individual can expect to move and/or transport up to 50 pounds from 3/4 of the day and up.
Required: Skills testing requirements met at approved grade level for position. Must have at least 2-3 years applicable maintenance experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment or 2 year Technical School. Basic Mathematical Skills Basic Computer Skills: Ability to perform basic computer tasks and has the ability to operate common computer programs. Minimum Professional Proficiency: Ability to speak in a way that allows one to participate effectively in various conversations. Ability to read various types of standard items addressed to general readers. High Reasoning: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where there is only limited standardization. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions that may be provided in various forms.
Preferred: Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner. Ability to work independently and/or part of a team. Ability to hold oneself in a professional manner. Ability to demonstrate attention to detail. Ability to drive for results. Packaging experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled