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Maintenance Mechanic - Open for Experience at all levels

Date: Sep 29, 2021

Location: Mason, MI, US

Company: Dart Container

We’re hiring! And we’re looking for you to join our team!

2nd Shift Opening is 7:00 AM - 3:30PM

 

We believe business is a human endeavor and place a lot of value on our employees and the contributions they make on a daily basis to our Company’s success. We are looking for Maintenance Mechanics at all experience levels that have a good work ethic, self-motivation, and a willingness to comply with all safety, quality, and Good Manufacturing Practice.

 

If you want an opportunity like no other to learn skills and contribute to the heartbeat of our company, Dart is the choice for you!!

 

In this role, you will safely and timely perform routine and non-routine equipment maintenance to maximize product quality and efficiency. There are so many opportunities and different aspects of the job to learn and keep each day exciting. We have a Friendly atmosphere, Safe working environment and Great pay.

 

So, the question is, what are you willing to do to be successful? Apply Now!!

 

Day-to-Day Role:

Maintenance Mechanic I:

  • Follow and commit to meet Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for safety, quality, production, efficiency, and service requirements. 
  • Follow practices and processes intended to provide safe products that comply with appropriate laws and regulations, meet the company quality standards 
  • Follow and commit to safety and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) 
  • Diagnose, maintain, modify, repair and/or rebuild a variety of plant and facility equipment
  • Repair equipment during mechanical breakdowns or assist other staff in repairs
  • Assist production personnel in change-over and set-ups
  • Dismantle defective machines and equipment to gain access to problem areas or to install new or repaired parts
  • May troubleshoot basic electrical equipment problems such as changing fuses, buttons, and switches
  • Learn how to read and follow blueprint, schematics and manuals
  • Learn specific knowledge for a variety of skilled trades, including but not limited to, production and facility machinery and equipment, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, pipefitting, carpentry, utilities, etc.
  • Learn and use SAP Preventive Maintenance (PM) and Work Order Process, production schedules and reports, HMI control panels and machine controls and settings.

Maintenance Mechanic II:

  • Install, diagnose, analyze, maintain, modify, repair and/or rebuild a variety of plant and facility equipment
  • May perform one or more of the following responsibilities within production or facilities maintenance:
    • Communicate with operators to detect equipment problems and to ascertain whether mechanical or human error contributed to the problems
    • Layout, assemble, install and maintain pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. Repair and replace gauges, valves, pressure regulators and related equipment. 
    • Assist machinist / fabricators in fabricating parts
    • Follow specification of basic blueprints, manuals and schematic drawings, install, maintain and repair equipment, machinery, physical structures and plumbing/electrical systems.
    • Use tools ranging from common hand tools and power tools, such as hammers, saws, drills and wrenches, to precision measuring instruments, and electrical and electronic devices.  
    • Operate Powered Industrial Truck (PIT), hoist, crane, and aerial lift
    • Inspect, operate, or test faulty machinery, equipment, programmable controllers, and motors to diagnose machine malfunctions, using test equipment or software, and apply knowledge of the functional operation of machinery  
  • Perform preventive maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, or repairing equipment to detect and prevent problems to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly and operate efficiently
  • Maintain accurate documentation for assignments, machine repairs, parts inventory, and maintenance logs
  • Prioritize work assignments to ensure efficiency and that production schedules can be met
  • Train other Maintenance Mechanics as required
  • May troubleshoot basic electrical equipment problems such as changing fuses, buttons, and switches
  • Utiltize specific knowledge for a variety of skilled trades, including but not limited to, production and facility machinery and equipment, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, pipefitting, carpentry, utilities, etc.

Maintenance Mechanic III:

  • Install, diagnose, analyze, maintain, modify, repair and/or rebuild a variety of complex and specialized plant and facility equipment
  • Repair equipment during mechanical breakdowns or assist other staff in repairs
  • Perform root cause analysis
  • Understand precedence relationships (e.g. sequence of events)
  • Assist production personnel in change-over and set-ups
  • Dismantle defective machines and equipment to gain access to problem areas or to install new or repaired parts
  • May perform one or more of the following responsibilities within production or facilities maintenance:
    • Diagnose and repair complex machine and electrical problems, including multiple components on the same production line that are interlinked, assembly mechanisms or automated controls machines 
    • Troubleshoot and analyze control systems to resolve software/ hardware and configuration
    • Communicate with operators to detect equipment problems and to ascertain whether mechanical or human error contributed to the problems
    • Layout, assemble, install and maintain pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. Repair and replace gauges, valves, pressure regulators and related equipment. 
    • Assist machinist / fabricators in fabricating parts
    • Read and interpret blueprints, drawings, sketches, and work orders in order to plan, layout and complete work
    • Install, maintain and repair equipment, machinery, physical structures and plumbing/electrical systems.
    • Use tools ranging from common hand tools and power tools, such as hammers, saws, drills and wrenches, to precision measuring instruments, and electrical and electronic devices.  
    • Operate Powered Industrial Truck (PIT), hoist, crane, and aerial lift
    • Inspect, operate, or test faulty machinery, equipment, programmable controllers, and motors to diagnose machine malfunctions, using test equipment or software, and apply knowledge of the functional operation of machinery  
  • Utilize predictive maintenance technologies to collect equipment performance data 
  • Perform preventive maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, or repairing equipment to detect and prevent problems to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly and operate efficiently
  • Maintain accurate documentation for assignments, machine repairs, parts inventory, and maintenance logs
  • Understand and use SAP Preventive Maintenance (PM) and Work Order Process, production schedules and reports, HMI control panels and machine controls and settings
  • Prioritize work assignments to ensure efficiency and that production schedules can be met
  • Utiltize specific knowledge within multiple skilled trades 

Core Skills and Qualifications:

The ideal candidate must possess all of the following:

Maintenance Mechanic I:

  • One (1) year experience performing routine maintenance and determining when maintenance is needed, or comparable experience with trade school or training
  • Math skills to include simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Familiar with and ability to convert decimals to fractions or vice versa
  • Basic mechanical aptitude and ability to troubleshoot basic problems including knowledge of machines and tools, their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
  • Ability to observe, follow, understand, and evaluate processes demonstrated and other workplace procedures
  • Ability to obtain and maintain powered industrial truck (PIT) license
  • Demonstration of minimum proficiency with the English language in order to ensure effective new hire training and on-going communications about safety and quality issue

Preferred Skills and Qualifications:

  • Ability to read and follow basic blueprints, manuals, and mechanic and electrical schematics

 

Maintenance Mechanic II:

  • Three (3) years’ experience performing preventive maintenance, diagnostics, and repair, or comparable experience with trade school or training 
  • Special knowledge in use of hand-tools, power-tools
  • Math skills to include simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Familiar with and ability to convert decimals to fractions or vice versa
  • Mechanical aptitude and ability to troubleshoot moderately complex problems including knowledge of machines and tools, their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
  • Understanding of pneumatics, hydraulics, temperature and pressure gauges
  • Ability to learn and understand manufacturing processes and able to inspect and repair or replace components.
  • Ability to observe, follow, understand, and evaluate processes demonstrated and other workplace procedures
  • Proficient in reading and following basic blueprints, manuals, and mechanic and electrical schematics
  • Experience operating test equipment and/or software
  • Experience operating various hand and power tools
  • Working knowledge of automated controls
  • Ability to operate Powered Industrial Truck (PIT), hoists and cranes, and maintain PIT certification
  • Demonstration of minimum proficiency with the English language in order to ensure effective new hire training and on-going communications about safety and quality issues

Preferred Skills and Qualifications:

  • Paper converting, chemical/plastics processing and/or packaging industrial experience
  • Vocational, Technical or Associate Degree in Machine Tool, Machine Maintenance, Industrial Electrician, Electro-Mechanics, Mechatronics Technology, Automation Controls, Robotics or related field 
  • Experience using Microsoft Office, including the ability to modify basic reports, documents and spreadsheets in MS Word, and MS Excel
  • Experience in electrical and mechanical trades such as HVAC, PLC, and CNC

 

Maintenance Mechanic III:

  • Five (5) years’ experience performing preventive maintenance, diagnostics, and repair, or comparable experience with trade school or training 
  • Special knowledge in use of hand-tools, power-tools 
  • Ability to perform root cause analysis, compare and investigate information, and recommend and implement resolution
  • Proven analytical problem solver 
  • Ability to effectively manage and execute multiple tasks, projects and priorities 
  • Math skills to include simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Familiar with and ability to convert decimals to fractions or vice versa
  • Advanced mechanical aptitude and ability to troubleshoot complex problems including knowledge of machines and tools, their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
  • Advanced understanding of pneumatics, hydraulics, temperature and pressure gauges
  • Understand manufacturing processes and able to inspect and repair or replace components.
  • Ability to observe, follow, understand, and evaluate processes demonstrated and other workplace procedures
  • Proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints, manuals, and mechanic and electrical schematics
  • Experience using Microsoft Office, including the ability to modify basic reports, documents and spreadsheets in MS Word, and MS Excel
  • Experience operating test equipment and/or software
  • Ability to operate Powered Industrial Truck(PIT), hoists and cranes, and maintain PIT certification
  • Demonstration of minimum proficiency with the English language in order to ensure effective new hire training and on-going communications about safety and quality issues

Preferred Skills and Qualifications:

  • Paper converting, chemical/plastics processing and/or packaging industrial experience
  • Vocational, Technical or Associate Degree in Machine Tool, Machine Maintenance, Industrial Electrician, Electro-Mechanics, Mechatronics Technology, Automation Controls, Robotics or related field

 

Overview: As the manufacturer of Dart® and Solo® brand products, Dart Container is an industry leading single-use food and beverage packaging company. With 15,000 employees and 40+ locations worldwide, Dart offers more than 4,000 products used every day in restaurants, hospitals, schools and homes around the globe.

Benefits: Dart Container full-time employees enjoy great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) with company matching contributions, paid vacation, paid holidays, short-term disability, tuition assistance, product discounts and more.

 

If you experience difficulty applying online, you may call (833) 472-3278 or email us at HRConnect@dart.biz for assistance.

 

Dart Container is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all candidates for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

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If you have a disability and need an accommodation to access this website or for the application process, you should call Dart at (833) 472-3278 or email us at ADArequests@dart.biz. Relay calls can be made by dialing 711 or the relay number for your state.

 


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