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Maintenance A-2nd Shift

Location: LAKEVIEW, MI, United States
Job Family : Manufacturing
Job Type : Regular
Posted : Jun 28, 2022
Job ID: 31535

Job Description
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Essential Functions: • Maintain mechanical and electrical equipment, factory facilities, buildings and grounds • Responsible for securing, leveling, aligning and the mechanical hookups during machine installations • Install and maintain electric power and lighting circuits, compressed air, water, gas lines and other equipment as required • Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic and logic systems • Read and interpret drawings, sketches, specifications and instruction manuals • Paint surfaces throughout the plant using hand brushes or power spray equipment • Work with sheet metal or other metal forms to fabricate, including layout, shearing, forming, welding, cutting and brazing • Read and use micrometers, calipers and dial indicators • Operation of tools and equipment common to the general maintenance trade • Maintain proper records of all machine work, including preventive maintenance schedules • Complete all daily 5S duties • Train, instruct and assist trainees through the training period • Perform these and all other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Management Requirements: • All team members are expected to keep their work area clean, organized and maintain a high level of safety and quality • Must be able to successfully pass qualification testing (mechanical, numerical, verbal, abstract reasoning, space relations etc.) • Must successfully complete Maintenance Program class requirements at an approved educational institution or possess documented equivalent knowledge/experience/education through prior employment and/or educational background • Requires basic computer skills • Must supply a majority of the hand tools required in the performance of work • Ability to proceed on work assignments with minimum supervision or assistance • Ability to work independently and in a team environment • Ability to work within High Performance Teams (HPT) guidelines • Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language, including spelling, grammar and composition • Ability to communicate effectively with operators, engineers, vendors, management, etc. as well as with other team members, including between shifts • Must be able to stand, sit, climb, squat, reach, bend, twist, reach and work overhead, walk and carry parts intermittently throughout shift • Must regularly lift and carry 50 lbs. on an average throughout shift • Must occasionally lift and carry in excess of 75 lbs. in dealing with tooling, holders, baskets, units and other parts • Must be able to work at elevated heights on work platforms or lifts

• High School diploma or equivalent • Good verbal and interpersonal communication skills • Good math, reading and writing skills • Strong mechanical aptitude • Basic computer skills • Sound decision making skills, strong troubleshooting skills • Required: o Minimum 5-years machine/mechanical maintenance experience in a manufacturing setting o Advanced knowledge and experience in electrical o Willingness to attended additional training classes if necessary • Preferred: o Associates degree or working towards a degree/certificate in field o Injection Molding maintenance experience

To apply, go to and search for this job. An up to date and fully complete resume containing prior work experience and educational history must be uploaded to the site. The hiring process includes a series of interviews. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. The rate range for this job is $27.40 to 28.90. If your qualifications match our needs and you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted. Please do not call the location for information. Thank you for your interest in this career opportunity with Parker Hannifin.

Parker Hannifin is a Fortune 250 global leader in motion and control technologies. For more than a century the company has been enabling engineering breakthroughs that lead to a better tomorrow. Learn more at or @parkerhannifin.

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