Click Bond Maintenance Technician II - 1st Shift in Carson City, Nevada
This position supports Click Bond’s Operations and is key to troubleshooting, servicing and maintaining facilities, equipment and grounds, while supporting minimal downtime and effective use of assets. This position helps identify and apply continuous improvement ideas by applying your core competency, knowledge and abilities. As a team member, your work helps us succeed in providing perfect parts on time.
While reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, and supporting the team, you can expect to work individually or in a group, performing your duties in a minimum of one core competency from the following list. You also provide a supporting role in other core competencies, where needed and where training is provided. All duties are performed with knowledge and application of safety standards, such as, but not limited to proper personal protective equipment (PPE), lifting techniques, fork lift and rigging operations, fall protection, lock out/tag out, arc flash and confined space permits. Core competencies are:
Maintenance (Preventive, Janitorial, Construction, Woodwork and General Repairs). Performs Preventative Maintenance on equipment and facilities, cleans or replaces components such as filters and oil. Performs general cleaning duties on equipment and facilities. Fabricates/assembles and installs various items.
Mechanic — Industrial and/or Automotive (Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Automation & Robotics, Combustion & Electric Motors, Powertrain, 6 to 24V Circuits and Power Systems). Uses knowledge and experience with hydraulic/pneumatic systems, and mechanical movements to troubleshoot and repair equipment and vehicles.
Electrician (Industrial, Commercial or Residential with High & Low Voltage Distribution, Motors & Controls, AC 120-480V, 1 & 3 Phase Power Supplies). Troubleshoots, repairs and installs typical industrial electrical systems and components.
Electronics Technician (CNC, PLC, Circuit Boards, Electrical Distribution Systems, Motors & Controls, AC & DC Power Supplies). Works on motors, electronic controllers, and circuit boards to troubleshoot, repair and install electronic components and systems, used on typical industrial equipment.
Plumbing (Water, Sewer, Irrigation, Gas, Air Supply, Liquid Transfer). Uses knowledge and experience with all types of plumbing systems, to troubleshoot, repair existing and install new systems.
Machinist (Manual and CNC powered Mills, Lathes, Grinders). Reads drawings and sketches to determine requirements. Uses typical shop equipment and measurement tools to fabricate new or repair various types of parts. Uses knowledge of metals and plastics to select appropriate materials, and speeds and feeds for cutting.
Fabrication (Break, Shear, Cutting Torch, Welding; including Soldering, Mig, Tig, Arc and Gas). Reads drawings and sketches to determine requirements. Uses typical shop equipment and measurement tools to fabricate new or repair various types of parts. Uses knowledge of metals and plastics to select appropriate materials.
Able to perform two or more, core competencies with a high level of success based on the Maintenance Technician Skills Matrix.
Must have written and verbal command of the English language, relative to the work responsibilities.
Able to write work progress updates, written procedures, work instructions, and maintain records and logs.
Basic computer skills with ability to navigate through the maintenance software and Microsoft Office
Able to perform basic math, including but not limited to addition, subtraction, division, fractions and metric conversions. Application of geometry and algebra is a plus.
Must be able to perform duties from written and verbal instruction, sketches, blue prints, schematics, diagrams, visual aids, and memory recall.
Able to perform duties for up to 4 hours, without interruption.
Able to evaluate, estimate time requirements, and complete assignments on-time.
Can correctly select, use and maintain hand and power tools, test equipment such as; multi-meter, and other tools typically required for the Essential Duties noted above.
Has knowledge and applies skills for general safety; such as, spill response, hazardous material handling/labeling (HMIS), Safety Data Sheets (SDS), and 6S.
Can perform Job Safety Assessment (JSA).
Able to research, communicate with vendors, recommend and fill out purchase requests for suggested replacement parts and supplies.
Able to support team members
Able to comply with OSHA, environmental, industry and company policies.
When directed, able to adjust your normal work schedule to accommodate special projects, minimize production downtime, and reduce workload.
Has a working knowledge of OSHA regulations, National Electric Codes, National Fire Codes, and International Building Codes.
High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required.
Vocational classes in Machining, Machine repair, and HVAC preferred
Completion of Apprenticeship or Journeyman status is preferred.
5-years of work in facilities maintenance or equivalent experience required.
Industry certifications such as Manufacturing Technician (MT1), Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), are preferred.
Communicates respectfully to all team members, vendors, and visitors.
Models a positive attitude.
Actively listens to others and supports the team environment.
Asks questions and learns from mistakes.
Executes tasks with minimal errors in a timely and efficient manner.
Attendance is consistent and meets or exceeds company standards.
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Shift: 1st Shift
Street: 2205 Arrowhead Drive