Perform all machine maintenance, including preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance, to increase the reliability of all TDW machinery and equipment.
Maintains all CNC equipment and computer controls for optimum performance and reliability
Conducts weekly, quarterly, and annual PM/PdM’s, as scheduled by TDW Maintenance Management System
Utilizes understanding of interface between CNC Control and mechanics of the machine
Troubleshoots all mechanical, electrical, electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems on machinery to determine existing or potential problems with equipment
Diagnoses causes of electrical, mechanical malfunction, failure of equipment, systems repairs, and replaces defective components
Tests electrical circuits and components to locate shorts, faulty connections, and defective parts and replaces or repairs to suite
Troubleshoot existing PLC code Adheres to spending guidelines and policies to make the most efficient use of money
Responds immediately, as requested, to safety concerns
Implement immediate containment to protect people, products, and the facility, Implements permanent corrective action within an agreed upon time
Works with plant safety teams, as required, to implement preventives measures
Adheres to TDW HSE guidelines and lock-out/tag-out procedures are followed while performing maintenance and repair of equipment
Drives continuous improvement by utilizing existing and new preventive and predictive maintenance tools
Identifies chronic machine/equipment issues and works with the team to prevent recurrence
Expands contacts within the industry to develop knowledge, obtain information, and reduce diagnostic time and machine downtime
Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor, Works closely with Production teams, Manufacturing Engineers, and Contractors to anticipate and prevent machine/equipment malfunctions
Associates degree in the maintenance field or equivalent technical degree and 3-5 years of experience
Minimum 2 year experience in trouble-shooting Programmable Logic Controllers Excellent troubleshooting experience including electrical, mechanical, pneumatics, hydraulics, motor controls, CNC manufacturing equipment, and PLCs
Ability to work 2nd shift (12pm - 8pm)
Knowledge/experience with welding machines and power sources
Thorough knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, especially their application to machine tools
Complete understanding of Plant electrical systems, including DC voltage and AC voltage from 24V to 480V
Must read and interpret electrical and electronic drawings, schematics, blueprints, engineering drawings and sketches to determine problem and make appropriate repairs
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