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2nd Shift Production Line Mechanic
Seeking experienced Production Line Mechanics with high mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting abilities for our Racine based client. They are currently seeking multiple “Maintainers” on 2nd shift. Qualified applicants will need to complete an in person interview and pass both a written as well as a hands on tests.
 

Responsibilities: 
  • Complete preventive maintenance as required and scheduled
  • Troubleshoot sources of problems by observing mechanical equipment in operation
  • Replace defective parts and adjusting equipment
  • Control downtime by performing routine maintenance and instructing workers on the proper operation of equipment
  • Use machine shop instrumentation and equipment to repair parts
  • Maintain equipment parts and supplies inventories accurately
  • Use lockout/tagout procedures when necessary
 
 
Shift & Pay:
  • Plant operations are 24/7
  • Continuous 12 hour shifts schedule
  • Qualified candidates must be flexible to work day or night shift
  • Day Shift: 5:50am-6:00pm
  • Night Shift: 5:50pm-6:00am
  • Must be willing to work overtime, including weekends and off-shifts as required
  • PAY: $22.00-$26.00 per hour – depending on experience 
 
 
The Production Line Mechanic (Maintainer) is responsible for all production on an aerosol can assembly line, including product quality control, line maintenance and repair of line machinery and equipment. This role involves applying mechanical expertise in determining work methods and procedures for producing quality product. 
 

Requirements: 
  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Three 3-5 years of experience working in a manufacturing environment, operating and maintaining equipment 
  • Candidates must pass written RAMSAY Mechanical Test and Hands On Troubleshooting Evaluation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and comprehension skills
  • Basic math and measurement skills
  • Strong understanding of industrial equipment
  • Ability to solve practical problems or troubleshoot complex problems on machines
  • Ability to use a variety of common hand tools and some specialty tools
  • Strong mechanical abilities
  • Understand quality, PPE requirements, safety, and the importance of complying with safety policies and procedures. 
 

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