Maintenance Mechanic II

Company Name:
Universal Forest Products
General Summary:
The Maintenance Mechanic II is responsible for performing the maintenance and repair of machinery, equipment, and tools, and the preparation, usage and maintenance of woodworking tooling.
, Requirements:
Repairs woodworking machinery, infeed/outfeed systems, hand tools and forklifts in accordance with diagrams, operating manuals and manufacturer specifications.
Performs regular, preventative maintenance on all machinery, equipment, tools and building.
Prepares and maintains tooling for all machines.
Performs set ups, tune ups and runs equipment and machinery around the plant.
Orders supplies and parts as required.
Performs preventive maintenance as scheduled.
Maintains records of purchase, repair and maintenance activities.
Manages tooling inventory.
Performs duties consistent with established safety rules and procedures.
Maintains work area clean and organized.
Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings.
Performs duties consistent with hazardous waste and hazardous material handling procedures and practices.
Prepares various reports as required.
Performs other duties as required.
, Job Description:
Minimum high school diploma
Minimum 3 years of formal on-the-job training in machine and tooling repair
Minimum 1 to 3 year of experience in machine repair in maintenance.
Working knowledge of electrical, hydraulic and control technology, and welding.
Working knowledge of safe equipment practices and applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Demonstrate working knowledge of hazardous wage and hazardous material handling procedures and practices
Skills and abilities
Ability to understand and use mathematical computations, and to use a computer terminal and a calculator.
Demonstrates ability to follow specific instructions and directions
Demonstrate ability to read blueprints, technical diagrams, and operating manuals, to use precision measuring instruments or tools and to use hand tools
Ability to understand verbal and written instructions in English; ability read and write English
Ability to identify safety issues in their work area
Ability to work under immediate supervision
Ability to pass a drug test
Ability to work hours mandated by management
Safety conscious
Team player and goal oriented
Leads by example
Participates in Safety and CI programs
Looks for ways to improve productivity and department results

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