Employer: Cardinal Glass
Reporting to a Maintenance Lead or Supervisor, a Maintenance Technician is responsible for the preventative maintenance and repair of our automated production machinery. In addition, they will work on various building systems, rolling stock, and other projects as assigned based on skill level.
• Work under minimal to no supervision.
• Perform in-depth repairs, lead projects, and preventative maintenance tasks in a safe and professional manner.
• Ensure all work and procedures conform to world-class standards.
• Follow and enforce all HRIG policies and practices.
• Participate and lead team training in safety, repair, and maintenance techniques, operational procedures, or equipment use.
• Assist with the Maintenance Development Program and train other technicians.
• Utilizes CMMS to prioritize work orders and tasks for completion.
• Monitor work areas, examine tools, and inspect equipment to detect unsafe conditions or violations of procedures and safety rules.
• Respond to breakdown calls and effectively repair equipment in a safe, professional, and timely manner.
• Record all relevant information on labor, equipment and parts into our CMMS.
• Communicate with management, engineering, quality control, and production to identify needs.
• Enforce and practice our Mission, Intent, and Values.
• Safety – Identifies and corrects conditions that affect safety.
• Excellence – Demonstrates safe, quality and productive solutions.
• Respect – Creates a positive work environment and champions our Mission, Intent and Values.
• Teamwork – Assists all team members in meeting the department’s Intent Statement.
• Motivation – Takes action to facilitate completion of a work assignment.
• Inspiration - Can inspire themselves and others to reach a goal and/or perform to the best of their ability.
• Dedication - Pledged to do what is important, be present, and follow through with work.
Contact Person: Shane Thoms
Location: Hood River, OR
Application Method: Email
Base Pay: $21.35 to 23.35 (depending on experience)