Focus Workforce Management is seeking Maintenance Techs for a large distribution center.
This position performs daily start-up of material handling equipment inspects conveyors, sorters, etc. to ensure proper operation; notes problems; and reports problems for service. Performs basic service on material handling equipment. Makes minor adjustments, lubricates moving parts, repositions photo eyes and reports any problems. Changes batteries in powered lift equipment. Maintains batteries by cleaning, filling and recharging. Performs basic plumbing by unclogging drains, repairing leaky fixtures and installing new service under the supervision of a Maintenance Technician. Performs basic carpentry by repairing workstations, furniture, and doors, as well as, assisting with office renovation projects. Assists Maintenance Technicians with electrical troubleshooting, replaces or repairs mechanical components and performs preventive maintenance. Assists Maintenance Technicians with more complex repairs. Maintains a safe working environment. Cleans maintenance areas and lift equipment, replaces light bulbs throughout facility.
Core Accountabilities: Performs and completes work assigned to individual; the individual does not assign work to others. The Maintenance Technician performs many routine tasks independently, but also works as part of a team on some projects and tasks. This position follows guidelines on whether to repair or report equipment problems. The Maintenance Technician is required to use all hand tools, power tools and test equipment, a 2-way radio, as well as operating powered lift equipment and vehicles. Performs all other tasks as may be assigned.
Key Interfaces: All Maintenance associates and management, as well as the internal customer requesting repairs.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge and abilities. Displays team-player attitude. Ability to organize tasks and be detail oriented. Ability to work under pressure while maintaining a positive and professional attitude. Ability to communicate with individuals at all levels of the organization. Ability to bend, stoop and climb ladders. Flexibility to work overtime and Saturdays as needed.
Education/Experience required: 1 year of maintenance experience OR completed at least half of an accredited technical program or course of study and is willing to complete the remainder within 2 years from date of hire.Company Description
Focus Workforce Management is an industry leader in providing light industrial staffing and workforce management solutions. Our clients include some of the best-known names in manufacturing and distribution, as well as local and regional facilities with high-volume labor needs.
Focus Workforce Management hires over 100 people per week in Production, Assembly, Electronic Assembly, Electronics, Warehouse, Forklift, Labor, Welders, Welding, Maintenance, Recruiting, Recruiters, Staffing, Food Production, Machine Operator, Logistics, Material Handler and Handling, Order Pickers, Picking, Pulling, Distribution, Printing, Printers, Packaging, Welding, Machinist, Clinical and Laboratory, Technical, Technicians, Mechanical, Mechanics, Industrial, Supervisors, Managers, and Manufacturing jobs.