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Master Mechanic

Winston Salem, NC 27105

Employment Type: Contract To Hire Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: 93558 Branch: Winston-Salem

Job Description

The Resource is hiring a Master Mechanic for our client, a graphic packaging company, located in Winston-Salem, NC! This is a Temp-to-Hire opportunity that offers a pay rate of $30.42 per hour, and has a 2nd shift schedule (3:30pm-12:00am). Candidates must have the ability to work a 12-hour shift schedule when needed. The Master Mechanic conducts, designs, installs, maintains, tests, adjusts, and repairs mechanical/electrical components throughout the plant and warehouses in a timely fashion to ensure that production is minimally impacted. Duties will also include applying knowledge of mechanical/electrical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and restoring equipment to operation. Ideal candidates for this role should have 3-5 years of demonstrated maintenance mechanical/electrical experience in an industrial setting. If you have an excellent mechanical background and looking to further your career in maintenance, apply today!

- Ensure a safe, clean, and orderly work environment; Perform all duties in a safe and orderly manner
- Actively engage, being involved, and current in the SWO process
- Participate in safety meetings and on safety tours
- Ensure production, warehousing, and distribution of products consistent with established food safety, sanitation, and quality standards
- Install, troubleshoot, and repair mechanical/electrical equipment
- Advise operators and line mechanics of operation procedures and requirements for working safely with mechanical/electrical equipment and components
- Make necessary measurements, estimate materials required, and requisition supplies as needed through the shift supervisor/manager
- Install, test, adjust, and repair all mechanical/electrical systems and equipment in the plant and warehouses
- Plan and lay out new installations
- Perform preventive maintenance functions; Lubricate assigned mechanical/electrical equipment at specified intervals
- Make necessary measurements, estimate materials required, and requisition supplies as needed through the shift supervisor/manager
- Maintain checklists, lubrication lists on other related records as required (PM’s)
- Use SAP to enter the length of repair time, repair history, and to look up parts information
- Operate lifts (i.e., boom lifts, scissor lifts, etc.)
- Perform root cause analysis when problems arise to determine if actions can be taken immediately, or appropriate personnel need to be called
- Inform appropriate management and line mechanics of potential mechanical/electrical problems and inherent dangers involved
- Inform Maintenance Manager, Superintendent, Supervisor, or Group Leader of any problems that arise that are beyond the scope of the maintenance multi-skilled duties
- Maintain company-required performance and maintenance records for identified equipment
- Maintain 6S, keeping work area and equipment clean and orderly; Maintain work system tools
- Follow maintenance schedule and complete necessary reports
- Once qualified, instruct and train other multi-skilled employees
- Manage workload as necessary to ensure production requirements are met
- Communicate with the oncoming shift
- Work in high areas and overhead structures, work beneath machines, and in close quarters performing analysis and repair work as needed
- Actively participate in daily team production meetings – communicate key items within the plant environment on safety, quality, maintenance, production, and continuous improvement
- Fulfill overtime requirements, as necessary
- Assist in other areas or perform other duties, as assigned

- 3-5 years of demonstrated maintenance mechanical/electrical experience in an industrial setting
- 2-year Maintenance or Mechanical/Electrical Associates Degree preferred
- Strong electrical background
- Successful completion of the skills assessment process at Lake Land
- Thorough knowledge of mechanical/electrical components and equipment, including the use of special instruments for diagnostic purposes
- General computer experience
- Well-developed verbal and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills; Must be able to work well with all levels of personnel, individually or in a team environment; Must be able to interface and communicate with line operators to assist with repairs and troubleshooting
- Demonstrated organizational skills and detail orientation
- Experience and ability to work in a fast-paced/multi-tasked manufacturing environment
- Self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision
- Ability to take direction from others, and to follow verbal or written instructions
- Ability to work well on own, as well as work well with and through others to accomplish goals
- Ability to work overtime and plant holidays, as scheduled, and to work on alternate shifts to facilitate training and to cover the opposite shift
- Ability to complete written and driving examination required to obtain a Powered Industrial Truck (PIT) operator license
- Ability to perform the essential physical functions of the position, with or without accommodation. This includes: Sitting, walking, or standing for extended periods, up to 12-hours; Lifting to 50 lbs.; Visual acuity and depth perception necessary to operator equipment, and to read a computer screen or other electronic devices; Working in various temperatures & humidity levels
- Ability to provide your own tools not provided by company
- Must the the ability to use Hand tools, wrenches, sharpeners, drills, arbor press parts, man lifts, lock outs, power tools, multi-meters, oscilloscope, amp meters, personal computers, soldering iron, megger, chart recorder

Submit your application or resume online, or in person at 1292 S. Stratford Rd. Winston-Salem, to be considered for this position. For more information, Call/Text our office at 336.896.1000

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