Production Technician

Company Name:
Job Title: Production Technician
Role: Technician / Maintenance
Relocation Available: No
Salary / Package: Dependent on qualifications.
Industry: Manufacturing
Location: North Carolina
Town / City: Garner
Job Type: Featured Opportunity
Job description:
Worldwide manufacturing company with operations in North Carolina. The strength of the organization is a focus on continuous innovation and investments in both product and technological developments is looking for a Production Maintenance Technician.
The Production Technician applies strong proven practical experience with PLCs, servomotors, robotics and sensors to improve production processes by hands on electrical, mechanical and automation troubleshooting and making adjustments to process and/or machinery. Optimizes equipment/manufacturing processes to provide sustainable gains in product quality, process yield, and efficiency.
Monitors and reacts in a timely manner to routine demand maintenance requirements
Participates in routine Preventive/Predictable Maintenance
Utilizes a variety of mechanical and electrical test equipment
Utilizes machining, electrical and mechanical trade skills to complete daily tasks
Analyzes machine downtime and reacts accordingly to improve machine efficiency
Provides accurate and immediate hands on troubleshooting and repair of manufacturing equipment including after hours support
Ensures equipment optimizations within the production process
Performs other related duties as required
Capable of working all hours/shifts as needed
Bottom Line Requirements:
1. Formal training and practical experience in an industrial setting as an Automation Technician.
2. Associates degree in applied technology in industrial/manufacturing or equivalent experience.
3. Technology and automation minded, with a thorough understanding of pneumatics, hydraulics, AC motors, servo motors, basic electricity, gearboxes, and tools.
4. Strong practical experience with troubleshooting and programming Siemens or Allen Bradley PLCs, automation, robotics, servo motors and sensors.

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.