Mechanic - Technical Operator-Nutek

Mechanic ? Technical Operator
Location:?McElhattan, Pennsylvania
The company is looking for a Mechanic ? Technical Operator for our manufacturing facility in Central Pennsylvania who will be responsible for repairing all mechanical and operational issues on equipment in a Nonwoven Department, troubleshoot and analyze mechanical and operational issues on equipment, performs preventative maintenance checks and inspections of assigned equipment and reports findings, shares knowledge and techniques with team members and assists in training, observe all safety rules, use proper safety equipment at all times and perform other duties when directed to do so.
Physical Requirements:
Walk/stand 100% of time during 12 hour shift
Constant lifting/carrying boxes up to 50lbs
Constant bending and frequent kneeling
Constant climbing and reaching
Frequent reaching overhead
Repetitive use of hands and occasional repetitive use of foot control
The ideal candidate should possess the following:
High school diploma or equivalent
Standard mechanical knowledge of all machinery, equipment, and components
Standard knowledge of pneumatics and hydraulics
Good communication and analytical skills
Ability to use all measuring tools, micrometers and vernier calipers
Ability to run equipment ? hand tools and power tools
Ability to work in a team oriented environment
Technical or vocational school training relating to mechanics is preferred
Three years manufacturing experience is preferred
First Quality offers excellent benefits including:
Outstanding medical, Rx, vision and dental insurance with immediate eligibility upon date of hire
Generous quarterly incentive and year end bonus plans
401k with employer match
Life and disability insurance plans
Competitive wages and shift differential
Fitness center and cafeteria
Self advancement opportunities
Comprehensive training programs
Tuition reimbursement

Excellent compensation and benefits, which are effective the first day of employment!

Equal Opportunity Employer



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