Technically Skilled Maintenance Technicians

Company Name:
Gallman Consulting
3rd SHIFT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Orangeburg, SCCOMPANY PROFILE: Award Winning manufacturer of Consumer Products World leader in outdoor productsWHAT THIS COMPANY OFFERS YOU: Comprehensive Benefits VacationTHE ROLE YOU WILL PLAY:This individual will be part of the maintenance team responsible for both maintenance and preventative maintenance within the plant. Maintenance of all production equipment Perform reactive, predictive and preventative maintenance within the facility Troubleshoot and repair machinery, electrical components, pneumatic equipment and hydraulic equipment Diagnose and locate performance issues with production equipment Repair and replace defective parts, Lubricate and clean parts.BACKGROUND PROFILE: High School Diploma or General Education degree (GED required plus a mechanical or electrical journeymans card and / or 5 years of mechanical or electrical experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience Previous experience in a manufacturing facility in maintenance and preventative maintenance In-depth knowledge and experience in electrical, electronics, PLCs, cutting/welding hydraulics, pneumatics, and conveyor systems Computer skills to include: data entry into CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) and use of PLC programming tools. Experience with RSLogix, RS Linx, and RS Panelbuilder is a plus. Ability to apply sizing and selection of: conduits, wiring, circuit breakers, fuses, drills and taps required. Blueprint reading skills, knowledge of the NED 70 (national electric code), and knowledge of OSHA DFR 1910.217 Experience with various measuring instruments, multi-meters, amp probes, thermocouples, torque wrenches Willing to work first Shift and one otherHourly position but this is direct hire ...not temp or temp to perm. LOCAL CANDIDATES STRONGLY PREFERRED

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