Senior Maintenance Technician

  • Vanderlande Industries
  • San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Jul 27, 2017
Full time Maintenance Technician

Job Description


Vanderlande Industries is a leading supplier of baggage handling systems and services baggage handling systems worldwide. Vanderlande is responsible for the Service & Maintenance of the Baggage Handling System at San Francisco International Airport.

We are seeking a Senior Maintenance Technician to join our team.

The Senior Maintenance Technician will be the main responder for preventive and corrective maintenance on the baggage handling system.


* Inspect and diagnose mechanical and electrical systems

* Communicate with various parties on the work performed and present status of specialty systems.

* Interpret engineering drawings in reference to layout, location, and operation of the system(s).

* Schedule maintenance tasks to ensure job completion.

* Reporting through CMMS

* React to messages from the Control Room or manager

* Preventive Maintenance - inspection, adjustment, cleaning, replacement

* Tub running

* Attending to call outs, faults, alarms and warnings, supervising staff, scheduling, training

* Attending to stoppages and bag jams


Basic Qualifications:

* Minimum 5 years of technical experience in an industrial environment

* Must have a valid CA driver's license

* Physically able to lift and transport up to 50 pounds.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Material Handling Experience

* Minimum of 1 year CMMS experience preferred

* Flexible to work any shift as needed


* Working knowledge of mechanical, electrical and controls (PLC, PC) systems

* Self Starter and Pro-active.

* Detail Oriented and Stress Resistant.

* Good Verbal and Written Communication Skills.

* Customer Oriented.

* Decision Making Ability

* Working knowledge of PC Programs (Microsoft Office programs)

This position operates in the secured area of the airport and requires a security badge. Applicants are required to pass a background check, as provided by applicable state and federal law.

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