Maintenance Tech (1st & 2nd shift)

Michigan, Lansing-East Lansing

Post Date: 01/11/2018 Job ID: 11223 Industry: Engineering


: Work safely, following safety work instructions or designated safety procedures (such as Lock
Out Tag Out).
: Lead development of cell(s) during launch to de-bug and assist in correcting all tooling,
robotic, controls, weld cycles and all other equipment related improvements.
: Troubleshoot machine breakdowns and carry out remedial actions.
: Supports all necessary data collection required for cell and product improvement initiatives.
: Inspect all machinery for defects and potential problems in accordance with preventative
maintenance program; repair and replace parts as required.
: Perform general equipment maintenance duties as required e.G. Cleaning, oiling and greasing
machines according to the preventative maintenance program.
: Perform basic mechanical and pipe fitting is a plus.
: Program robots for sealants, adhesives, mastics, MIG and resistance welding.
: Advise Facilities Manager to order replacement parts as required.
: Make adjustments in welding program when required.
: Lead efficiency and cycle time improvement.
: Trains associates as required in welding, robotics and PLC' s as needed.
: Set up robotic welding stations by operating/retrieving various computer programs stored in
robotic welding equipment.
: Adjust equipment and change welding fixtures as necessary to ensure good quality welding
within given parameters.
: Participate in Continuous Improvement and assist in its implementation on an ongoing basis.
: Modify existing equipment and install new equipment as required / approved by Facilities or
Engineering Manager.
: Troubleshoot and diagnose electric/electronic system faults, tune equipment and ensure
adequate controls and safety measures are functional.
: Carry out monthly and yearly electrical maintenance procedures, repairing/or replacing parts
as required, in accordance with company preventative maintenance
: Contribute to a safe, clean and comfortable work environment by applying the principles of
the 5S discipline (simplify, separate, sanitize, standardize and support).
: Assists in documenting current processes, equipment settings and downtime codes.
: Maintains a clean and safe work environment.

Work Experience

: Preferred aluminum GMAW experience.
: Minimum 3 years of experience in maintenance repair / robotics / welding applications.
: Prefer 5 or more years of experience in maintenance repair / robotics / welding applications.
: Strong knowledge of electrical functioning, hydraulic and pneumatic machinery and automation
: Ability to operate all common maintenance equipment.

Skills (language, technical, computer etc.)

: Good written and verbal communication skills.
: Effective analytical skills.
: Excellent problem solving and decision making skills.
: Experience in resistance welding applications.
: Preferred aluminum GMAW experience.
: Experience in reviewing product on check fixtures to determine improvement steps.
: Ability to assist in reviewing the quality of product and welds.


: High School diploma or GED

Competencies - For definitions & proficiency levels, please refer to the Catalogue of Competencies
Core Competencies Position Competencies
Customer Orientation
Passion for Excellence
Willingness to Learn


: Understanding and use of relevant KAPS methods and tools in all processes, and adherence to applicable
KAPS standards.
: Understanding and use of the applicable Shopfloor and Office Management pillars and standards, and
active participation in all applicable Shopfloor and Office Management meetings and activities.
: Understanding and use of the company Behaviors in the daily relationship with other colleagues,
customers and suppliers.
: Understanding, support and participation in all tasks, trainings and development topics that will drive
company towards Lean Excellence.


Employee Responsibilities

All employees are responsible for:
: Complying with Company and legal requirements, following safe work practices, and contributing to a
positive health and safety culture.
: Identifying, communicating, and correcting hazards within their ability and authority to protect themselves,
co-workers, or other persons at our facilities.
: Taking positive steps to achieve a state of health consistent with the demands of his/her occupation.

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