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Maintenance Tech
Ref No.: 18-43616
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Pay Rate : $ 26.00 - 32.00 /Hour
Skill Type
Skill Type:Engineering
Nesco has partnered with a growing company in the Columbus Oh area looking to add 2 Maintenance Technicians to its staff.
The Maintenance Associate is a skilled job that requires knowledge in electrical and mechanical maintenance practices within a heavy industrial environment.
Qualified candidates need to have the following skills:
  • Must be able to work a 2ND shift (3 pm to 11:30 pm) Training will be on a 1st shift for the 1st 6 months
  • Hydraulic and Pnuematics
  • Schematics and Print Reading
  • AC/DC Theory, Power Dist. and Electrical Maintenance
  • Welding, Rigging, and Fabrication
  • Pumps, Piping and Combustion
  • Power transmissions, lubricants and mechanical maintenance
  • Motors and Control Circuitry
  • Work with outside contractors, engineering and other internal groups related to new equipment installation.
  • May serve as the technical expert in one or more areas of the electrical and mechanical fields and is expected to resolve complex problems with minimal assistance.
  • Modify existing machine configuration to improve performance. All work must adhere to all current local codes and generally accepted good maintenance practices.
Independent and responsible performance of diversified maintenance and repair work requiring specialized training, experience, and skills. Duties include the fully satisfactory performance of maintaining and trouble-shooting equipment in the following areas:
  • Perform advanced trouble shooting and repairs on a wide variety of electro/mechanical systems that include robotic machining centers, CNC lathes, grinders, lasers, high pressure/temperature presses.
  • Operate and maintenance of key systems such as chiller, air compressors boilers and HVAC equipment
  • Troubleshooting control systems, which may involve hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, gas handling and acid distribution systems in a powdered metals/ceramics environment.
  • Equipment downtime and root cause failure analysis.
  • Perform and assist in the development and implementation of PM and Predictive Methodologies activities.
  • Develop and implement maintenance practices for new equipment installation and start-up.
  • Leverage equipment diagnostic system to monitor machine performance.
  • Interface with the Oracle Computerized Maintenance system for work tracking and part procurement.
  • Actively participate in Lean Manufacturing events and activities.
  • Perform repairs to building and grounds such as painting, plumbing, flooring, doors and lighting.
  • Must possess strong electro/mechanical skills and a technical degree or verifiable, relevant maintenance experience.
  • Must have a passing score on Multi-Craft Assessment Test.
  • Experience in troubleshooting PLC's, industrial controls, instrumentation, and automation is a must.
  • A good working knowledge of NFPA70E, OSHA, and NEC regulatory safety and design codes.
  • Understanding of modern predictive maintenance technologies such as infrared testing, oil analysis, vibration analysis, ultrasonic detection and motor circuit analysis.
  • Basic craft skills such as welding, pipefitting and sheet metal fabrication.

  • Requires lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Approximately 75-85% of the time will involve standing or walking including stairs.
  • Requires the operation of articulating lifts, cranes, and fork truck.
  • PPE requirements include respirators and NFPA-70 approved apparel.
  • Requires up to 25% overtime, emergency call-in requests and availability to work scheduled shutdowns.
Resource is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics with respect to employment opportunities.