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Maintenance Mechanic

Company Name:
Nestle
Nestl is hiring a Maintenance Mechanic in Mt. Sterling, KY!
POSITION SUMMARY: Performs repairs and maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment under supervision on production lines and facility equipment in the assigned areas.
There are Three levels of Maintenance Mechanic: General Maintenance, Skilled, and Multi-Skilled.
Environmental Factors: slippery or uneven surfaces, working with hands in water, working closely with others, steam and hot surfaces, loud machinery environment, refrigerated 45 - 55 degree Fahrenheit environment, moving objects or vehicles, wet environment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs repairs and maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment under supervision on production lines and facility equipment in the assigned areas.
Equipment is identified as but not limited to conveyors, motors, and gear drives, hydraulic/pneumatic units,
compressors, boilers, and associated water treatment equipment using testing instruments, hand and power tools and precision measuring equipment.
Works from blueprints, drawings, sketches and layouts.
Installs functional and structural parts in devices or equipment.
Dismantles devices to remove defective parts.
Performs preventative and predictive maintenance on equipment that is facility or production related.
May assist other mechanics in the troubleshooting and repair of their duties.
Requirements
High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent
Must meet minimum testing requirements as defined by Nestl of Mt. Sterling, KY
Intermediate math aptitude and detail orientation
Working knowledge of Lock out Tag out system
Be able to read and comprehend what is read
Have Good Manufacturing Practices
Intermediate communications and interpersonal skills
Good mechanical and electrical skills
All other duties as directed
Ability to follow specification



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