The Maintenance Technician III will lead other service technicians, design solutions for difficult problems, will lead outside contractors, be on call for emergencies, handle multiple projects, and meet time lines.
· Maintain and troubleshoot all conveyor systems, electrical and mechanical
· Lead and audit Preventative Maintenance procedures/ practices
· Develop training plans for service technicians
· Develop work plan for emergency repair of critical assets.
· Install, maintain, and troubleshoot relay logic, ladder diagrams, control components-- photo eyes, motor starters, relays, limit switches, proximity sensors, timers, solenoids, Servo drives, frequency inverters, linear drives, tachs, and encoders
· Create and close Work Orders with appropriate data, to include labor hours, equipment maintenance, and parts used into asset management system
· Conduct maintenance and higher level troubleshooting of robotics and robotic work cells
· Troubleshoot PLC programs including using ladder logic, components (CPU back plains, I/O boards, counters, modules, and devices) and communications modules (Ethernet)
· Mentor technicians by motivating, providing guidance and directions to help them achieve their goals
· Maintain and troubleshoot power distribution systems, branch circuits, lighting systems, transformers, and wiring methods and materials up to 480V
· Develop and maintain positive working relationships across all levels of the organization
· Develop work plan for emergency repair of critical assets. Work plan to include coordinating with operations, locating parts/tools for repair, scheduling time with equipment, etc.
Physical Demands (Must be able to perform with or without reasonable accommodation):
· Lift and move totes up to 49 pounds each
· Regular bending, lifting, stretching and reaching both below the waist and above the head
· Occasionally push and pull wheeled dollies loaded with products up to 100 pounds during site visits
· Engage in full manual dexterity in both hands and wrists
· Walking in the FC and around area with great frequency; facilities are over a quarter mile in length
· Ability to climb ladders and gangways safely and without limitation
· Dexterity in eye/hand coordination, feet (foot pedals), manual (picking, pinching, holding, grasping), and wrist motion (repetitive flexion/rotation)
· Working conditions may include small spaces, dust, fumes/odors, hot/cold temperatures, inside/outside noise, vibration, standing on concrete for long hours and wet or uneven surfaces
· Must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours