It's not how you start; it's how you Finish! Are you looking for a workplace where you can make an impact? Do you take pride in creating a quality product? Are you looking for an employer who values you and is willing to invest in your future? You can stop your job search! Pioneer Metal Finishing is hiring hard-working, creative individuals who are looking to make an impact on our business. Pioneer is dedicated to our employee's success in their current and future roles with us. Job Summary Performs maintenance, installations, and repairs of equipment and building support systems that are necessary to the operation of the plant and offices at the facility.
Essential Duties/Responsibilities • Works on job duties and assignments as they relate to maintenance, repair, installing, fabricating, adjusting, troubleshooting, and any other maintenance duties as needed. • Responsible for scheduled preventive maintenance checks. • Responsible for departmental inventory control. • Diagnose & resolve equipment malfunctions and operating difficulties related to, but not limited to, cranes/hoists, 3 phase motors, chillers, cooling towers, boilers, HVA units, pumps, exhaust fans, etc. • Perform mechanical, electrical, and plumbing operations. • Performs start-up and shut down functions on plant equipment and facilities as required. • Responds to emergency calls on a twenty-four-hour basis. • Works consistently to resolve sited safety issues in a timely manner. • Responsible for maintaining departmental documentation as required. • Workings safely at all times in compliance with OSHA safety and EPA regulations. • Adheres to all Quality System procedures and work instructions. • Participate in the handling, labeling, containment, and disposal of hazardous waste. • Performs other miscellaneous job duties and related functions as needed. Physical/Environmental/Chemical Hazards • Sharp parts, sharp tooling, heaving carts, seasonal high temperature, and humidity levels, working at heights, moderate noise levels, limited hand, and air tool use, compressed air (must use hearing protection). • Must be able to wear respiratory protection when required. • Must be able to lift 30-50 lbs. unassisted. • Potential splash exposure near process lines. • Various chemicals are used in the process. Education/Qualifications • High School diploma or equivalent preferred but not required. • Requires broad-based knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and plumbing acquired through hands-on training. • Technical degree with a minimum of two (2) years of work-related experience preferred. • Strong oral and written communication skills. • Blueprint & schematic knowledge is helpful. Schedule: Monday thru Friday | 7am-320pm