Must be willing to work 2nd Shift.
Must have strong hydraulics background.
Work is complex and difficult in character and requires strong technical and broad business knowledge. Requires independent problem solving and decision making with general direction given on project objectives and broad guidance from corporate strategy and goals. Exercises considerable latitude in determining specific project objectives and approaches to assignment. Decisions often involve substantial impact and risk to the organization with potential for long-lasting results.
Provides technical support by monitoring, troubleshooting, and repairing all complex electrical, hydraulic, electro-mechanical, automated systems, and robotics systems. Coordinates efforts and implements proper processes and procedures to resolve problems. Updates equipment, solves mechanical problems, and gives direction for proper repairs in support of Maintenance Department.
Contributes to Maintenance Department objectives. Reviews engineering specifications and designs of new equipment and/or redesign of existing equipment. This includes safety requirements, electrical codes, and standardization of components, cost-effective design, and maintainability of equipment. Maintains machine, mechanical, and/or equipment documents as necessary.
Participates in continuous improvement processes. May work on projects involving new product launches, cost reduction, up-time improvement, or evaluation of new equipment, etc. Establishes new preventative maintenance procedures and periodically audits/updates existing procedures.
Assigns tasks and trains production and/or maintenance staff. Assists Maintenance Manager in evaluating employee skills and recommends additional training as needed. May review potential training programs and conducts on-the-job training sessions for the Company.
Performs other duties as necessary in support of Maintenance Department, such as PM's (Preventative Maintenance). Works independently on assigned projects that range from simple program modifications to major redesigns that may have a mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, or electronic scope.
Analyzes, troubleshoots and improves manufacturing processes.
Develops and revises processes for new programs.
Analyzes defects. Assists in solving quality problems.
Prepares reports summarizing defects.
Monitors machinery and equipment for safety and cleanliness.
Responsible for end-of-arm-tooling set up, trouble shooting and continuous improvement.
Performs start up and shut down of machines and assures that all sub-systems (water, dryers, heaters, robots, computers, etc.) are operational.
Responsible for minimizing downtime related to die changes and process set-up.
Ensure parts and supplies are available to perform job duties.
Responsible to ensure that process is producing parts that meet quality standards. Adjusts processes to provide continuous quality production.
Responds swiftly to issues or concerns raised by production team or Focused Factory Leadership.
Correctly documents process adjustments.
Troubleshoots operating difficulties.
Properly handles and disposes of any hazardous waste material in respective areas.
Participates in cleaning and preventive maintenance jobs as assigned or necessary.
Participates in problem solving and continuous improvement activities.
Performs all work in compliance with Magna and Magna Engineered Glass' Health, Safety and Environmental policies and procedures as well as all federal, State and local laws; promptly report any hazardous condition or workplace injury to immediate supervisor or HSE designate.
Performs other duties as assigned.