ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN 802
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining large industrial textile processing equipment, as well as day-to-day facility maintenance. Tasks include start-up and shut-down procedures, electrical troubleshooting, maintaining and operating boilers, welding and cutting, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical, and other systems.
Minimum of two years of maintenance engineering experience with specific knowledge of machinery, electricity, electronics, plumbing, hydraulics, pneumatics, welder, and boiler applications.
Proficient in the proper use of power and hand tools.
Strong electrical troubleshooting ability of 3-phase 230-volt systems.
PLC programming experience.
Experience in carpentry, boiler repair, welding, and general facility repairs.
Proficient in reading electrical schematics.
Good verbal and written communication skills in English, ability to comprehend and follow directions, perform basic math, and good time management.
Must be a team player with enthusiasm, initiative, and pride in work well done; self-starter dedicated to continual quality improvement.
High school graduate or equivalency preferred.
Maryland Grade 1 Stationary Engineer (Boiler) License Preferred
Installs, repairs, and performs preventative maintenance on industrial processing equipment, water levels, water systems, and other equipment and systems.
Troubleshoots electrical issues.
Responds to daily maintenance requests in a timely fashion to minimize equipment downtime.
Provides emergency/unscheduled repairs of production equipment.
Diagnoses problems, replaces or repairs parts, tests, and makes adjustments.
Looks for opportunities to continually improve maintenance processes.
Works with all plant personnel in a cooperative and professional manner.
Strictly adheres to all safety rules, policies, and procedures required by Alsco, law, and what is recognized as common practice in the industry.
Ensures work is performed safely and efficiently.
Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and reviewing technical publications.
Remains current on equipment and repair procedures and best practices.
Studies blueprints and manufacturers’ manuals to determine the correct operation of machinery.
Maintains accurate and timely records of maintenance performed.
Follows written and verbal instructions and performs other tasks as directed by supervision.
Complies with all Federal, State, and local laws.
May work with and support other branch personnel as required by supervision.
May drive and pick up parts, transport equipment, parts, etc.
Typical Physical Activity:
Standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, twisting, kneeling, working in confined areas, reaching overhead, driving a forklift, grasping, moving equipment, pushing, pulling, moving loaded carts weighing up to 500 lb., lifting and carrying up to 100 lb., reading, writing, speaking, hearing.
Typical Environmental Conditions:
Inside and outside areas of a typical industrial laundry facility, which includes working with and around large machinery, variations in temperature, noise, odors, humidity, lint, and dust, in general offices or on outside grounds. The Maintenance Technician must perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation efficiently and accurately, and without causing significant safety threats to self or others. The statements made herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive and inclusive list of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required of personnel so classified.