The Preventative Maintenance Technician (PMT) develops, performs, coordinates, and documents preventative maintenance of all building, grounds and utility systems. Major emphasis on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, boilers, hot and chilled water loop chemistry, plumbing, and electrical systems using a Preventative Maintenance Computerized Management System. The PMT is responsible for collecting equipment data, updating, developing, implementing, and monitoring preventive maintenance programs for building, grounds and utility systems. The Preventative Maintenance Technician will perform semi –skilled preventative maintenance and will work directly with staff that perform skilled preventative maintenance, The PMT will perform these preventative maintenance activities in accordance with policies established by the client.
- Machine Setup: Knowledge to set setup injection molding machines and tooling including but not limited to ejector, water, nozzle, temperature controller, and auxiliary equipment. Tidy, organized and detail oriented
- PHYSICAL The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
- BODY POSITIONS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand for two thirds or more of time. He/she may also be required to stand and/or walk for long periods of time while completing other duties and responsibilities.
- BODY MOVEMENTS: The employee must have a full range of body movements including the use of his/her hands and fingers to handle, feel and operate objects such as machines and computer equipment. The ability to bend the body, to reach for objects, and to crouch when needed is also required.
- BODY SENSES: The employee must have command of all five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. These vision requirements in each area must be sufficient to shift in focus to read machine consoles and for quality inspections of parts produced. Must be able to work with hands to set up machines, machine maintenance and repairs.