Post Holdings Maintenance Technician III in Tremonton, Utah
Position: Maintenance Technician III
Location: Tremonton, UT
Shift/Schedule: Night Shift (3:45PM-4:00AM) or Day shift (3:45am - 4:00pm)
*This facility operates 24/7 utilizing a 48 hour / 36 hour schedule.
Benefits: Very competitive benefits include medical, dental, life, disability, vacations and holidays, 401-K and others.
Responsible for performing mechanical, electrical, and electronic plant/equipment maintenance so that production down time is minimized and
efficiency is maximized. Support, implement, and maintain food safety and quality practices as required through SQF. Will be responsible for completing job
duties in a manner that supports all plant safety, food safety, quality and environmental practices.
Essential Job Activities/Duties: Ability to work and be engaged a team environment to troubleshoot, identify and repair equipment issues
• Troubleshoot and repair mechanical problems of all plant equipment including mechanical drive systems and hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
• Troubleshoot and repair electrical problems of plant and packaging/processing equipment such as wiring, circuits, fuses, switches, electrical installations,
transformers, motors, and AC & DC motor drives.
• Troubleshoot and repair electronic problems of plant and packaging/processing equipment such as programmable controllers, circuit boards, install electronic
components, computer programming.
• Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment, check and replace items, and conduct equipment inspections.
Secondary Job Activities:
• Provide maintenance and operator training to ensure proper use of equipment.
• Design and fabricate replacement parts or equipment: weld, lathe, mill, presses, grinders, to repair equipment.
• Identify and request needed parts for equipment repairs.
• Perform building maintenance and repairs including HVAC, roofs/windows/doors, lights, and forklifts.
• Keep all work and shop areas clean so as to avoid injury and/or sanitation problems.
• Use computerized maintenance system for equipment history & parts.
• Provide input into mechanical, electrical and electronic designs of equipment.
• Perform any other assigned duties.
Education: 2-4 years vocational training in maintenance mechanics to include: hydraulics, pneumatics, machine shop, electricity, electronics and programmable
computers. Knowledge of production machinery operation and maintenance. State licenses preferred: boilers, electrical and refrigeration.
Experience: Minimum 7-10 years of experience in plant and production equipment maintenance including mechanical, electrical, and electronic repair.
Skills, Abilities and Experiences required:
• Types of Equipment: Ability to operate machine tools (lathe, mill, etc.), and power tools. Computers, electronic test equipment, multimeters. Certified to operate
forklift; welding equipment - all types. Extensive experience Hydraulics, HVAC, Boilers, Air Compressors, Amonia Systems, Electronics, Robotics, all types of
Plumbing, Mechanical Alignment and PLC. Must be able to test out, in each area at a local Technical School. Must be willing and able to both be involved in and
lead Continuous Improvement Efforts for the Department and the Plant systems and processes.
• Physical Requirements: Manual dexterity for delicate electronic work. Frequently stoop, squat, twist, reach, climb stairs while performing job duties. Ability to lift
and carry 75-100 pound objects, repetitively lift and carry 20 and 50 pound objects. Ability to distinguish between sounds or vibrations for equipment repair and
colors for electronic wiring work.
• Mental/Motor Requirements: Ability to read blueprints and electrical schematics; ability to troubleshoot plant and production equipment problems (mechanical,
electrical and electronic); ability to effectively interact and communicate with machine operators and outside vendors; ability to work closely with other team
members to share responsibilities and solve problems. Ability to troubleshoot and program programmable controllers. Ability to perform tasks from memory.
Ability to work alone and be self directed. Ability to operate processing and packaging equipment.
• Must be able to read, write, and communicate in the English language.
• Must wear company-issued uniforms (snap-front shirt & pants) and required PPE (bump-cap, hair net, beard net, safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves, steel-toed
• Regular attendance, plan ahead and get coverage for days off.
• Flexibility to work overtime and/or on alternate shifts if needed.
• Must follow established safety procedures and coach others to do the same.
• Good communication and follow up skills.
• Must work well with others and be able to work under pressure. Must be able to multi-task and prioritize tasks.
• Ability to work 12 hour shifts in which standing, kneeling, climbing and walking are 100% of on-the-job time.
• Ability to perform repeated twisting, bending and reaching of upper and lower extremities
• Ability to work in the following conditions: hot and/or humid environments, heights up to 30ft, working on ladders, confined spaces, and catwalks.
Working Conditions: Work in all plant areas and outside the plant. Exposure to extreme heat and cold, humidity, fumes, gases, odors and dust. Exposure to
high noise levels. Work around moving machinery that is electrically and mechanically hazardous. Also work with highly combustible or potentially explosive
Problem Solving: Must identify and solve mechanical, electrical and electronic plant or equipment problems. Repairs must be performed safely, on a timely basis,
and cost effectively. Provide input into engineering designs, e.g. electrical or electronic systems or changes-- practicality and convenience.
PCB Brands is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.