Install and assist in starting new equipment. Diagnose problems and affect repairs to Plant equipment on a timely basis. Perform preventative maintenance on Plant equipment through the use of the Computerized Maintenance System.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
• Efficiently diagnose problems with Plant equipment and perform repairs on a timely basis.
• Perform preventative maintenance on Plant equipment through the use of the Computerized Maintenance System
• Install new equipment as directed and assist in start-up.
• Be able to efficiently use all standard shop equipment.
• Be able to perform standard pipe fitting.
• Be able to install pipe to include stainless steel, carbon steel, copper, galvanized and PVC.
• Follow all safety requirements for lock-out/tag-out, for confined space and tank entry, for handling of hazardous materials, and for wearing of personal protective equipment.
• Upon completion of an assignment, clean the area of all maintenance materials and debris; notify operating personnel as to completion of the assigned work.
• Train or assist with the training of other personnel as required.
• Perform the following mechanical activities as requested by the Company:
• Motor installations/removals and or adjustment/alignments
• Install pumps, valves, and blowers as necessary
• Rebuild pumps, actuators, and valves as necessary
• Actuator changes
• Perform any and all other duties as assigned by management
Measurement of Position Performance:
The effectiveness of the Class A Mechanic’s position will be measured in the following manner:
• All breakdowns are quickly diagnosed and repairs effectively made.
• All assigned work orders P.M.’s are satisfactorily completed in the allotted time.
• All discretionary time is effectively utilized.
• All work is done safely.
• At the completion of the work, the area is properly cleaned of all maintenance materials and debris, and proper notification of operating personnel is made.
The Class A Mechanic has the following primary goals:
• Ensure that all production and support areas receive maintenance support as required.
• Ensure that all breakdowns are quickly and accurately diagnosed and that repairs are effectively and quickly made.
• Ensure that all assigned P.M.’s are satisfactorily completed within the allotted time.
• Ensure that all work is done safely and in a sanitary fashion.
The Class A Mechanic must possess the following qualifications:
• Must have a high school diploma or GED or 5 years coffee or tea processing experience.
• Must possess a minimum of 3 years as a mechanic working in a factory environment.
• Must have a sound working knowledge of all shop equipment.
• Must be able to read, interpret and work from drawings.
• Must maintain Cold Room qualifications.
• Must satisfactorily complete Ammonia Awareness Training.
• Must attend and pass initial Ammonia/Refrigeration training.
• Must attend and pass initial Ammonia/Refrigeration training every three years.
150 days qualification period
Safety & Environmental Responsibilities:
The CRQ Mechanic A’s shall follow:
• Freehold factory safety & environmental objectives & targets
• Follow the plant safety rules, report incidents & unsafe conditions immediately
• Maintain compliance with regulations
• Refer to the Safety & Environmental Management System(s) on all related procedures and programs
The Nestlé Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.