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Maintenance Mechanic





Assist with the maintenance repair and upkeep of company facilities including: buildings, property, systems, equipment, and supplies. Assist in the supervision of outside services that support the company as directed by the Facilities Manager.




Maintain, diagnosis and repair mechanical electrical and plumbing systems; compressed air equipment; pneumatics; ventilation/dust collection system; sprinkler, fire alarm, emergency lighting, and the facility upkeep in general.


Function independently on routine items to analyze, evaluate and repair equipment problems involving HVAC systems, with heating by electricity, oil fired forced hot water and steam or gas.


Communicate with Manager on all items including submitted work orders, workload, problems, schedules, and prioritization.


Assist in the relocation of machinery, building and departmental moves, demolition, carpentry, and painting as needed.


Fabricate, order, and/or install machinery parts for equipment repair, plating/ machine shop, pneumatic and hydraulics requiring knowledge of metal properties and ability to read blue prints.


Initiate purchase requisitions and manager signature for approval to purchase parts/supplies for electrical, plumbing, equipment repair, and housekeeping supplies.


Supervise and coordinate outside cleaning services. Inventory and order all necessary supplies with Manager approval.


Hazardous waste emergency responder.


Participate in opening and securing Company buildings as directed by Supervisor.


Perform other duties as assigned.




Assist Manager, as needed, in meeting with outside vendors.


Assist in enforcing safety regulations.


Perform housekeeping duties as needed, managing cleaning services and ordering of supplies.


Assist with snow shoveling and snow removal.


Maintain necessary records, files and reports.  Follow established company rules and regulations including safety rules and regulations.


Must be able to work extended hours if required.




This position requires a level of knowledge that is usually associated with a broad specialized training in electrical, plumbing, pneumatics and all trades associated with manufacturing along with 3 years of related experience. 



  • General Safety
  • Quality System Awareness
  • Hazardous Waste Management and spill prevention
  • Respiratory Training
  • Certified forklift operator
  • Certified forklift trainer unless otherwise noted
  • Required to sit, stand, bend and lift up to 60 lbs.
  • Combination of Manufacturing and Office environment
  • Regular exposure to noise, dust, heat, cold and odors