Warehouse Maintenance Technician

Job Description:


As Maintenance Technician, you will be responsible for the general maintenance and repairs of our building, grounds, and equipment. You will ensure that the facility is maintained at a high level, general cleaning is performed in a timely manner when needed, and safety standards are upheld.

You will…

  • Maintain and repair complex machinery (conveyor system, HVAC equipment, scanners, automatic doors, Dock doors, etc.)
  • Maintain and repair production equipment as needed.
  • Monitor equipment and perform troubleshooting for problems and breakdowns.
  • Maintain and repair facilities including basic carpentry, plumbing, and electrical systems.
  • Provide recommendations to repair or replace poorly functioning equipment.
  • Efficiently prioritize repair schedule to ensure an uninterrupted production schedule.
  • Conduct regular facility inspections.
  • Assist personnel as needed. Communicate regularly with personnel to ensure that repairs and maintenance needs are met and coordinated with production schedules.
  • Keep management informed of area activities and of significant concerns. Report major concerns or significant problems.

You are…

  • Mechanically-inclined: you’ve always had a knack for fixing things and a natural curiosity about how things work; you enjoy taking things apart only to put them back together and are extremely comfortable handling tools and materials
  • Programmatic: you’re able to identify the system component that is causing the error, as well as the options available for resolving it and completing the task.
  • Bold: you’re adventurous and have a true entrepreneurial spirit; you’re not afraid to take calculated risks and constantly challenge the status quo
  • Agile: you roll with the punches and don’t get overwhelmed easily; you have a track record of adapting quickly and driving results in fast-paced, hyper-growth environments
  • Problem-solver: you’re a critical thinker who uses logic to identify alternatives, evaluate, and present approaches to solving complex problems while thinking in terms of contingency plans

You have…

  • 5+ years general maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair experience within manufacturing/production plant
  • High school diploma or GED required, some college preferred
  • Qualified to handle electrical components, controls, and HVAC
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, manuals, and schematics
  • Strong mechanical and technical maintenance; able to operate power tools, PIT equipment, and service basic mechanical devices and functions safely and effectively
  • Versed in GMP/TPM/LEAN/OSHA with strong continuous improvement and project management
  • Exposure to ammonia, refrigeration, and/or PSM compliance systems
  • Comfortable working in cold environments with some areas of facility at 40?F
  • Efficient Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point) and Google app (Gmail, drive, sheets, etc.)
  • Ability to work nights, weekends and/or holidays


You’ll get…


  • Competitive Hourly Wage & 401K company match that vests immediately upon participation
  • $0 monthly premium and other flexible health plans effective first day of employment
  • 75% Company discount
  • Monthly birthday celebration
  • Company sponsored outings & Employee Resource Groups
  • Collaborative, dynamic work environment within a fast-paced, mission-driven company

  • Apply with Adecco

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