Electromechanical Technician -$3K Sign-On Bonus


Posted Under: Anderson, Indiana jobs in Professions; Professions jobs in zipcode 46018
Posted On: 2020-02-14

Job Description Electromechanical Technician-Sign On Bonus Eligible!-19002791 Description Foods people love. Brands people trust. And a career that nourishes your future like no other. If you're driven by the passion to do something meaningful that changes lives, Nestl USA is the place for you. As the leading nutrition, health and wellness company, we are in 97% of households making us the worldwide leader in nutrition. By joining Nestl USA, you will help maintain our goal of continuing to provide nutritious foods, strengthen local communities, and reduce our environmental and climate impact. Joining Nestl means you can make an impact on an enormous scale. Find fulfillment personally and professionally by being part of a team that continues to enrich and establish healthy habits for children and consumers around the world. You will find limitless opportunities to learn and advance your career along with competitive benefits. Giving back continues to be a part of our tradition. As the worlds leading nutrition, health and wellness company, our focus is not only about nourishing our customers, its about enriching you. In Anderson, IN, Nestle beverage has a 10 year new beverage facility with seven manufacturing lines. We are excited about our 2019 expansion which includes adding another production line. With a focus on convenient, nutritious and delicious products, our facility produces Coffee-Mate, NesQuik, Carnation Breakfast Essentials and Boost. Currently, we are seeking a SKILLED TRADES-PERSON - NIGHTS with mechanical, electrical and automation experience Starting Wages at $30+/hour based on applicable experience Shift Differential for Nights Sign-on Bonus Qualifications Position summary: As a multi-skilled individual, you will maintain equipment, troubleshoot and repair both mechanical and electrical abnormalities on all production-related equipment. You will perform all preventative maintenance as scheduled to eliminate unplanned stoppages, increase asset intensity, and build operator technical capabilities. Primary responsibilities: Service and repair of production related mechanical equipment including extensive knowledge in the principles and practical application of pneumatics, hydraulics, chain/belt drives, bushings/bearings/idler systems, gearboxes, pumps, valves, fasteners, seals, gaskets, mechanical fabrication, and rigging. Capability to follow work standards and full adherence to all safety permitting and facility LOTO requirements while executing tasks. Service and repair of production related electrical equipment including knowledge of power distribution and lighting systems, AC/DC motors and transformers, machine and line control devices, fluid control and distribution, electronic controls and instrumentation, variable frequency drives, and basic PLC knowledge/ interpretation capabilities. Ability to demonstrate safe practices and tools for while working with low voltage and medium voltage electrical systems and components. Maintain and troubleshoot components of equipment including but not limited to: Ingredient Handling & Preparation sugar dissolving, bulk handling, dumping stations. Milk Plant cold separator, CIP plant, standardization plant. Liquid Process Continuous in-line dosing, vacuum mixers, UHT plant, thermal processing. PET resin handling, Injection molding machines, Blow molders, airveyors, bottle silos, and un-scramblers, high speed aseptic fillers, chemical dosing and water sterilization skids. Packaging Labelers, Case Packers, Palletizers, Conveyor systems and shunts, Storage systems, Product transport systems. Automated Storage and Retrieval systems including cranes and conveyors. Perform Preventive/Predictive Maintenance while responsible for executing planned work schedule as assigned and creating follow up notifications/improvements in SAP system to ensure cost effective and reliable equipment performance. Complete all assigned work in a timely manner Provide technical training to Operators as part of our Nestle Continuous Excellence (NCE) practices to ensure knowledge transfer and autonomy in equipment operations. Demonstrate problem solving skills to perform equipment improvements and enhancements to optimize production with positive contribution to all key deliverables of safety, quality, and cost. Participate in problem solving utilizing tools such as BDA and GSTD. Actively participate in NCE and Improvement teams. Lead continuous update of Maintenance procedures, and PM Optimization efforts. Review required spare parts to keep maximize technical warehouse service factor. Supervision received: Reports directly to the Maintenance Supervisor on shift and/or Shift Manager. Expectation is that you will be motivated and self-directed requiring minimal supervision. Financial/strategic impact: Significant impact on the performance and reliability of the Nestl Anderson production. Expertise on systems and ability to troubleshoot any failures allowing production to commence and downtime to be eradicated. Requirements and minimum education level: High school Diploma or GED Two year Technical Degree in Maintenance related area such as Industrial Maintenance, Electromechanical Maintenance, Robotics, or equivalent industrial maintenance experience is required. Preferred and Required Experience: 1 to 3 years of experience in a Manufacturing environment is required; food industry experience preferred 1+ years of industrial electrical/controls Required skills: Understand how automated equipment and its components work. Remain proficient with the operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of industrial electrical control systems, electromechanical systems, instrumentation, and fluid power. Use of mechanical and electrical tools and diagnostic instruments. Understand the operating principles and function of the electrical control and power components and circuits utilized in automated equipment. Operate, troubleshoot, and diagnose industrial circuits used in control and distribution. Basic PLC skills and ability to learn and interpret ladder logic. Self-manage, schedule and perform work unsupervised. Reliable, motivated, dedicated, and committed to a team environment Demonstrate a continuous improvement mindset. Communicate well with operators, other trades and all plant personnel. Analyze data and make decisions/recommendations based on analysis. Familiar with CMMS and Production Work Flow/Control systems. Able and willingness to operate and support a positive Nestle culture and follow established values. Take responsibility for their equipment, line, coworkers and the continuous improvement Great teammate where honest communication, a positive attitude, engagement, and personal accountability is expected. Detail oriented individual who accurately records information. Able to work with computers (navigating systems, recording information, using to find information to perform the job) Has positive conflict management resolution skills. Work independently with minimal supervision in a fast paced environment & handle multiple tasks. May require internal & external certification. Work off-shifts, weekends & extended shifts (i.e. 12 hour rotation, additional hours as needed) The Nestl Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment. Job Manufacturing/Operations Primary LocationUS-IN-Indianapolis-Anderson Organization Nestle USA Schedule Full-time

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