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
The Nestlé Companies are an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer seeking diversity in qualified applicants for employment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.