Mega Force Direct Placement team is interviewing maintenance candidates for an established manufacturer in Asheboro. Manufacturing experience is preferred but we will consider skills in other fields.
Mechanic must be capable of setting up, maintaining and repairing a wide variety of production and transporting equipment with a minimum of supervision. The mechanic must be able to diagnose mechanical difficulties and correct those requiring machine adjustment, replacement of parts or minor reworking of existing elements. An "A" Mechanic must be able to work to close tolerances and make adjustments to intricate and precise machinery. The mechanic must be thoroughly familiar with the use of hand tools and good maintenance practices. The "A" Mechanic should be able to tear down, inspect, and reassemble, with new or reworked parts, all of the equipment assigned to the Mechanic. The "A" Mechanic should have sufficient initiative and ingenuity to occasionally make workable suggestions for improvement of existing equipment. It is required that the Mechanic be "safety minded" at all times
Maintenance Mechanics will be required to become electrically qualified as prescribed by Electrical Qualification Program. Electrical Qualification will require classroom training and on-the job training.
Each mechanic has a basic responsibility to insure that the quality of the work meets established standards and specifications. The mechanic should be familiar with the quality requirements of the job as stated in the Job Quality Analysis and will be responsible for following all quality procedures as prescribed by the quality representative of the Value Stream team. Since quality is such an important part of this job, all potential or actual quality problems must be reported to the supervisor immediately