Hager Companies is seeking applicants for a Maintenance Technician at their facility in Montgomery, Alabama. For more than 170 years, Hager Companies stands alone as the only provider of a full line of door hardware that is US-based.
$21 - $29 PER HOUR
- Install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and improve machinery, equipment, physical structures, piping, and electrical systems in the plant following specifications, blueprints, manuals, and schematic drawings using measuring instruments and industry standard devices.
- Diagnose and replace faulty mechanical, electro-mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic components of machines and equipment.
- Listen, feel, and visually inspect machines or equipment to detect malfunction or deterring conditions.
- Dismantle machines and equipment and install new or refurbished parts.
- Clean and lubricate shafts, bearings, gears, and other parts of machinery.
- Install, troubleshoot, and repair electrical systems, electro-mechanical apparatus’s, electrical, and electronic components of machines and equipment.
- Layout, assemble, install and maintain pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
- Perform necessary welding, cutting, brazing, and sheet metal operations required in repairing equipment.
- Plan layout of wiring and install wiring, conduit and electrical apparatus’s for machinery, equipment, and building.
- Perform preventative and predictive maintenance on equipment and machinery.
- Track, record, and document asset time usage.
- Support inventory management guidelines.
- Follow all safety and environmental regulations.
- Engage and show competent knowledge in provided training.
- Perform other related duties as assigned or required.
- High school diploma or general equivalent degree (GED).
- Ideal candidates will have machine OEM, related military schooling, or additional post-secondary knowledge in equipment, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance.
- Five years prior hands on maintenance experience in an industrial setting.
- Strong preference in the ability to use elementary geometry, trigonometric, and algebra principles together with complicated drawings and blueprints, specifications, charts, tables, and electrical schematics.
- Use various types of precision measuring instruments.
- Interpretation of data and measuring devices requiring advanced skills and knowledge (equivalent to 1-3 years applied trades training in a particular or specialized occupation).
- Knowledge of mechanical, electro-mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, and pneumatic systems; welding/brazing/torch/plasma cutter. Knowledge of hand tools, power tools, two-way radio, multi-meters, calibration equipment, welding equipment, man-lift, and forklift.
Equal Opportunity Employer