Posted on: November 19, 2023
The Industrial Maintenance Technician plays a vital role in our
milk plant operations by ensuring the continuous maintenance,
troubleshooting, and repair of all equipment. This includes the
processing, packaging, quality assurance, and warehouse machinery.
Working under the guidance of the facility engineer, the Technician
contributes to the smooth functioning of our facility.
Position: -Industrial Maintenance Technician
Salary: $28.00-$40.00 -per hour -
Location: Columbia MO -
- Monitor and report any deviations from our Food Safety and Food
Quality (HACCP & SQF) programs to the immediate
- Perform troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of all
production-related equipment, such as processing and packaging
machinery, warehouse crane-related equipment, and fork
- Collaborate with the Facility Engineer crew to operate and
maintain WWPT systems and facility equipment.
- Rebuild pumps, gearboxes, pneumatic modules, and other assigned
- Maintain accurate work, time, and materials records, while also
managing shop parts inventories.
- Assist in training fellow technicians and production team
members, enhancing their skills and effectiveness.
Other Required Responsibilities:
- Collaborate and support other maintenance technicians in
performing necessary repairs.
- Maintain professionalism in all work situations, fostering a
positive work environment.
- Identify skill-set deficiencies and develop action plans to
bridge the gaps.
- Ensure tidiness and cleanliness of the shop floor, promoting a
safe and organized work environment.
Knowledge and Experience:
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Technical degree is preferred but not required.
- One to three years of maintenance experience, ideally in fluid
milk or other food processing industries.
- Proficiency in electrical troubleshooting and repair.
- Welding skills, particularly MIG/TIG, and fabrication
experience are advantageous.
- Ability to read and interpret manuals for equipment maintenance
- Strong reasoning ability to solve practical problems, even in
situations lacking standardization.
- Familiarity with Preventive Maintenance (PM) and standard
repair procedures for industrial equipment.
- Proficient in reading and understanding flow, electrical,
pneumatic, and hydraulic drawings, and performing associated
- Self-motivated and capable of working both independently and
- Regularly stand, sit, use hands and fingers, reach with arms,
climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl around
- Lift up to 50 lbs, as needed.
- Work with moving mechanical parts, with a minimal risk of
- Adaptability to varying temperature conditions, including wet
and/or humid environments. Noise levels may require hearing
- Comfortable working at heights, utilizing fall protection
measures and operating LOTO (Lockout/Tagout) and other safety
- Availability to work nights, weekends, and provide coverage for
other shifts when required.
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