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Mechanic - 1st Shift


1ST SHIFT: 6AM-2PM MON-FRI
Our Mechanics will work to ensure our Clearwater, FL facilities are safe and operational. They will also partner with Operations Leaders to build a strong culture that is committed to achieving results, all in focus of our commitment to the customer.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
? Hands-on machine maintenance, machine improvements, changeovers and troubleshoot issues to supporting on time delivery, reduced scrap and returns
? Develop process improvements for current processes and product lines also working closely with other departments in the development of new products
? Research new advances in technology to improve efficiencies and reduce scrap
? Assist in coordinating, maintaining and communicating preventative maintenance schedules and records
? Maintain perishable tooling, replacement parts, supplies, and safety equipment
? Work closely with engineering, tool makers, and molding mechanics to diagnose problems and develop solutions
Qualifications:
? Must have at least 3-5 years of experience as a Floor/Shop Mechanic
? Possess a thorough knowledge of print machines, assembly machines and be familiar with tool room shop practices, technologies, machine tool operations and molding
? Must have a basic knowledge of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical systems
? Be proficient in MS Office skills and CADD software
? Possess good oral and written skills to communicate with coworkers, management and engineering
? Must have or willing to be trained and licensed to operate fork lifts
? Demonstrates the adaptability to work both independently and with a team
Physical Requirements:
? Lifting up to 100 pounds; occasionally, up to 75 pounds; and frequently and up to 50 pounds consistently
? Ability to walk or stand for an entire shift; be comfortable in a manufacturing setting
? While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and extreme heat
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
 

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