INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE ASSOCIATE-MILLWRIGHT
Reports to: Technical Manager
Hours of work: Shift work, rotating, 12 hours a day– Continental Shift
Currently we are looking for an Industrial Maintenance Associate to join our Guelph-based team. In this full-time position, your responsibilities will include:
The Dual Ticketed Industrial Maintenance Associate is responsible for the efficient, safe and reliable operating condition of complex process and high-speed food processing equipment (70% mechanical, 30% electrical). This candidate must be multi-crafted (mechanical/electrical) and mainly focused on providing equipment troubleshooting and breakdown maintenance. As troubleshooting requirements are accomplished, the ticketed Industrial Maintenance Associate will change focus toward preventive maintenance activities as assigned through planned work orders. They must systematically repair, adjust and maintain processing, filling, conveying, packaging machinery and Utilities such as Biofilters, Boiler, Air Compressors, and Waste water treatment plant as assigned using established maintenance reliability practices, consistent observation, repair, and follow-up of operational effectiveness.
Maintain, troubleshoot electromechanical equipment to include but not limited to:
Pressurized fluid systems
Raw product material handling
Mixers and vessels
Dryers with gas burners
Dry product handling and conveying systems
Flexible filling and sealing equipment
Packaging printing, labeling, and conveying systems
Case packers and palletizing equipment
Apply mechanical and electrical knowledge to eliminate production problems and improve efficiency and reliability
Apply predictive maintenance technologies and condition based monitoring to equipment(oil analysis, vibration analysis, motor circuit analysis)
Participation in continuous improvement activities
Perform Root Cause Failure Analysis on major unplanned breakdowns and recurring problems
Provide design input and maintenance support to engineering on major project concept, implementation, commission, validation and start-up
Perform Boiler, Transformers, Electricity & Electronic devices, Gas systems and Compressor operative tasks
This position and all site associates are responsible for quality and food safety
Standing on a concrete floor, extensive walking
Frequent climbing of stairs
Wearing proper personal protective equipment (safety glasses, hair net, bump cap, ear plugs, safety shoes, and uniform)
Bending, stooping, twist, turn, standing for extended time periods, reaching, climbing stairs, and lifting
Must be able to adapt to temperature and tolerate environmental extremes such as hot to cold, working in hot conditions, dust, dirt and chemicals
Be 18 years of age or older
Have a valid Ontario Certificate of Qualification for an Industrial Millwright
Must be willing and able to work and accept varying shifts and schedules
Ability to understand and effectively communicate in the English language
5+ years’ experience maintaining mechanical systems on complex process and/or high-speed production equipment.
Demonstrable capability of experience troubleshooting, testing, and repairing instrumentation devices.
Experience with mechanical maintenance
3+ years of manufacturing experience operating a variety of machines
2 years of work experience within manufacturing, or a technical and/or trade discipline
Knowledge of safety regulations (electricity, gas, steam and compressed air distribution networks and applications)
Demonstrated competency in computer and pc software including MS Office and email
Knowledge of electrical systems including single and 3-phase controls and distribution systems 600 Volts AC and less.
Maintain, and troubleshoot AC and DC variable speed and servo controls in processing, filling, thermal processing, and packaging systems.
Ability to maintain, troubleshoot, and modify close-tolerance mechanical systems, mechanically-timed equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic controlled and powered systems and components.
Can interpret Blueprints, and repair using mechanical forming equipment and MIG, TIG and Stick welding skills.
Management of area assets, equipment maintenance schedules, improvement projects, downtime personnel and resources, and equipment historical data.
Hydraulic and pneumatic control and powered systems
Thermal processing instruments and controls
Proper use of hand and power tools
Operate electronic test equipment (multi-meter, meg-ohm meter, amp probe, oscilloscope, power analyzer)