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Maintenance Technician

Dallas, TX

Order: 16848
Direct Hire

2nd shift Position 

• 3:00 PM to 11:30 PM  Pay range 28- 42 DOE  


The overall role of a Technician is to maintain the entire plants electrical systems and  install new electrical systems without supervision in order to improve the safety,  productivity, and quality of the facility. 



• Has a solid understanding of all the Mechanical, Pneumatic, and Hydraulic  Systems of the equipment that comprises its operation. 

• Reads, edits, and creates PLC Ladder Logic as it relates to the operation &  modification of our production equipment. 

• Follows all the safety procedures per the Company Regulations and also the  State and Federal Regulations (NFPA70E, OSHA, etc.). 

• Maintains the entire plants electrical systems and installs new electrical systems  without supervision. 

• Implements, Upgrades, Troubleshoots, Repairs, Maintains, and Installs the  control systems to help improve the safety, productivity, and 

• Performs quality checks, to include of the facility. 

• Performs preventative maintenance and routine inspections of all control  systems. 

• Responsible for maintaining the backup documentation for the settings on all  pieces of equipment within the facility. 

• Participates in the creation and implementation of training programs for other  maintenance employees or operators when changes or new control systems are  implemented. 

• Works with vendors and consultants to troubleshoot and repair electrical and  control related issues. 

• Assists in keeping inventory levels stable. 

• Gathers information for new and/or existing equipment. 

• Communicates with operators to assist with solutions or repair of electrical  problems.


• Problem solver and Team oriented. 

• Able to work with people, strong work ethic, must be capable of multi-tasking in  a fast-paced environment, strong communication skills, must be able to read and  write and be able to stay focused. 


• At least 5 years of experience in an environment with high-tech machines. 

• Prior manufacturing, maintenance, electrical and mechanical experience  preferred. 

• High school/GED or Trade school in machines 

• The military equivalent will be recognized in lieu of education and/or experience. 


• Basic mathematical skills, addition, subtraction, multiplication and converting  fractions into decimals. Must be able to use and read a tape measure, caliper,  and micrometer, dial bore gauge, and various other precision measurement  equipment. 


• Manufacturing facility - exposed to heat and cold 

• Personal Protective Equipment is required at all times 

• Controlled Noise exposure 

• Activity level is high - continuous movement