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Maintenance Mechanic

Aurora, IL

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Banner Personnel has an opening for a Maintenance Technician II (Level 9) located in Aurora, Illinois, which provides a career opportunity for qualified individuals. This role will be for 2nd shift, and normal working hours will be 2:30pm to 10:30pm. Overtime may be required based on business need (i.e. to maintain production schedule, emergencies, etc.).



Perform electrical and mechanical installations and repairs for manufacturing, clean room and facilities.

Equipment includes electrical systems up to 480V-3P, plant process equipment, packaging / conveyor systems, utility systems (such as air compressors, driers and chillers) and production instrumentation (including I/O and control panels). The technician should be familiar with safety requirements such as LOTO, confined space entry, hot work permits, and other safety protocols used in manufacturing facilities. Daily duties include quickly responding to and resolving electrical and mechanical breakdowns, ensuring proper operation of utility equipment, performing preventative maintenance tasks, completing work orders and improvement projects, and recording all activities in the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). The technician is required to be “on call” to respond to breakdowns and other issues that occur outside of their normal shift. The technician shall identify / lead medium-sized electrical and mechanical Continuous Improvement projects.



  • Proven skills to use various testing devices and tools for troubleshooting, installing and repairing of motor control circuits, PLC hardware, instrumentation, I/O network cabling, VFDs and other electrical equipment.

  • Follow state and local building regulations based on the National Electric Code.

  • Knowledge of NFPA 70E and basic electrical safety.

  • IBEW and/or electrical license is a plus, but not required.

  • Basic PC skills including MS Word, MS Excel and Oracle eAM is a plus.

  • Ability to read and follow blueprints and other technical diagrams to install electrical equipment.

  • Other desired equipment repair/troubleshooting skills include air diaphragm pumps, conveying/material handling equipment, and experience with instrumentation calibration.


Education – HS/GED required or Trade School ( Electrical and PLC Skills) required.

Experience – Five or more years manufacturing maintenance experience required.