Conveyor Service Technician

The Conveyor Service Technician is responsible for troubleshooting, performing repairs, and scheduling maintenance work for all equipment, including forklifts and Intelligrated conveyor systems.
Primary Duties:
Analyzes and diagnoses equipment problems and breakdowns for the Intelligrated conveyor system and forklift fleet
Recommends the correct service and repair actions to resolve equipment performance problems
Makes appropriate equipment repairs or modifications to solve operating and performance problems as dictated by the analysis of the equipment
Performs scheduled equipment maintenance
Follows all scheduled maintenance procedures and policies as dictated by the company
Documents each service call, providing necessary paperwork
Observes all safety procedures, makes certain that hazardous waste is properly disposed
Maintains the company service vehicles in a clean, orderly and hazard-free manner to include performing regular maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, etc.
Secures and maintains service and parts inventory in the company service vehicle
Provides well-maintained personal tools required to effectively perform equipment service duties
Keeps the work area clean and hazard-free
Maintains maintenance of the building, to include: dock doors, dock plates, racks, etc.
Other duties as required and assigned
Minimum 3 to 5 years related experience and/or training with mechanical, electrical and hydraulic equipment
Experience with repairing forklifts
Experience with repairing Intelligrated conveyor systems
Technical or mechanical training/certifications preferred
Possesses a valid driver's license
Essential Skills:
Above average communication skills
Ability to understand the necessary service and training manuals, including the ability to interpret schematics and effectively use electrical diagnostic instruments
Can safely operate power tools, lifts, hoists, hydraulic jacks and overhead cranes

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