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Maintenance Technician

company information:

fairlife, LLC is a health and wellness dairy company that produces and markets premium-quality, value-added, great tasting milk products – from farmers who share your values – crafted into real food nutrition that provides you with the vitality you need to live a fulfilled life. fairlife, LLC’s patented cold filtration process filters milk to increase natural protein and minerals and decrease lactose and sugar. fairlife, LLC, produces fairlife ultra-filtered milk, a high protein, reduced sugar great-tasting milk for the whole family, Core Power, a high protein milkshake for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, and YUP!, a delicious line of flavored milks. For more information, visit http://fairlife.com, http://www.yupmilk.com/ and http://corepower.com.

In 2012, Select Milk Producers entered into a partnership with The Coca-Cola Company to form fairlife, LLC. The Coca-Cola Company is the distribution partner for the products that fairlife, LLC, creates, market and sells. fairlife, LLC owns and operates its own state-of-the-art plant in Michigan.

job purpose:

the Maintenance Technician provides key support for the production manufacturing facility.  They are knowledgeable of all production lines and equipment and have the ability to troubleshoot and repair equipment throughout the facility.  Responsible for completing work orders, carryout preventative maintenance schedules, and the installation of new equipment.  Teamwork and coordination are keys to this positions success. The Maintenance Technician must have sound communications skills, both verbal and written.  Be able to act as a coach, mentor and facilitator, while fostering team work within the workplace.  Ensure that working environments are safe.

responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain plant machinery
  • Perform work order repairs, preventive maintenance inspections and repairs, equipment rebuilds and adjustments
  • Able to set up and operate welders, drill press, grinder, hand tools and other metal working equipment
  • Participates in plant safety, health and environmental programs
  • Fabrication, innovation and modification of new and existing equipment
  • Other duties may be assigned

equipment operated:

  • Fork Lift (Gas and Electric), Farm tractor and attachments, Company Vehicle, Lawn mower, Weed Eater, Various Hand Tools, Various Power Tools, Acetylene Torch, Plasma Cutter, Welder, Personal Computer, Copy and Fax machine, Calculator, and Phone.
  • Individual also needs to be proficient to train other employees in the proper use of above mentioned items.

qualifications:

  • High School Education / Diploma or equivalent and familiarity with above equipment and computer literacy – Ability to use MS Outlook, WASP, MS Office and Plant Controls Software.
  • Have at least 3 years’ experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanics and basic electrical repair
  • Needs excellent Organizational, Time Management, and Written and Verbal Communication Skills.
  • Able to work with no direct supervision.
  • Flexible to changing production and sanitation needs.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents, schematics and drawings.
  • Ability to write detailed repair reports as well as good verbal communication.
  • Post-secondary education and/or a technical trade certificate is an asset.
  • This individual will work overtime or other hours than previously stated to support the plant needs. They will fill in for any shift that needs to be filled in cases of emergencies and or vacation relief.
  • Must be willing to work a changing shift schedule and on a rotating weekend on call list.

reports to: Maintenance Manager

position location: Dexter, NM

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

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