The Maintenance Mechanic I conducts machine setup, performs repairs/preventative maintenance, and troubleshooting on plant equipment to include, but not limited to: centrifuges, vacuum pumps, mixers, packaging machinery, conveyors, etc.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Under the general supervision of the Plant Engineer, the Maintenance Mechanic conducts repairs/preventative maintenance and troubleshooting of plant equipment in order to reduce mechanical downtime and keep product flows and production lines running at maximum efficiency.
Performs scheduled maintenance repairs of plant equipment including, but not limited to, production equipment during machine service. Prepares and sets up machinery for scheduled production runs.
Performs mechanical skills including, but not limited to: mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic troubleshooting and repair of packaging and production machines.
Reads and interprets equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance service.
Provides emergency/unscheduled repairs of production equipment during production.
Installs replacement belts, filters, gears, chains and valves.
Rebuilds valves, pumps and gearboxes.
Troubleshoots pneumatic, electric and hydraulic machine problems and makes necessary repairs.
Performs repairs to machines involving machine guarding, bolt replacement and breakdowns due to mechanical wear.
Welds machine components.
Performs preventive maintenance tasks such as lubricating parts, drives chains, etc.
Handles installations, including hooking up air, water, gas and the alignment and leveling of equipment.
Comply with OSHA & CalOSHA safety and health rules.
Ensures tasks are completed in accordance with USDA regulations.
Maintains accurate records of maintenance work performed.
Provides regular status reports to maintenance management team.
Perform other duties as assigned.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. May perform other duties as assigned.
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Education and Experience
Any combination of education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, typically:
High School diploma or GED.
Trade School (of manufacturing relevance) and/or equivalent certification.
OSHA certification preferred.
8+ years of experience in the maintenance fields and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Bi-lingual English/Spanish preferred.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to weld stainless steel and other related metals.
Ability to read schematics and hydraulic drawings.
Knowledge of electrical circuits and troubleshooting preferred.
Self-directed and ability to work independently with initiative.
Highly self-motivated and able to work well in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities.
Accuracy, organization, and attention to detail.
Ability to adapt to conflicting deadlines and priorities established by company demands.
Excellent analytical skills and reasoning.
Possess strong technical skills in the mechanical field.
Good knowledge of maintenance systems, work order process, preventative/predictive maintenance, etc.
Able to develop and maintain effective working relationships.
Strong interpersonal skills, exercising emotional intelligence.
Ability to read and interpret policies and procedures.
Work to the highest standards to represent the Company in an exemplary manner.
Ability to maintain confidential information with professionalism and discretion.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The plant environment will include wet or humid conditions (non-weather related), extreme cold and heat (non-weather related), working near moving mechanical parts and vibration, exposure to fumes or airborne particles, and chemicals.
Coast Packing, a closely held corporation, is the number one supplier of animal fat shortenings in the Western United States. The company didn’t get there overnight. Coast Packing has been a quiet leader in the Southwest for nearly a century, growing and evolving in a way that now seems almost quaint. But when the bottom line includes considerations like quality, reliability and transparency, everything becomes easier to digest.
An integral part of Southern California’s restaurant, baking and food industries, Coast Packing Company was built on consistent quality and customer relationships that span generations. Within the trade, Coast is known for its line of quality shortenings and oils, backed up by both superior service and unsurpassed value.
Coast Packing Company’s number one status isn’t solely a statement about its size. While the numbers are significant, the company’s growth has not fundamentally changed its status as a family business that continues to live by the handshake.
Role: Maintenance Mechanic I - 1PM to 9:30PM & 9PM to 5:30AM
Location: Los Angeles,
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