Facility Maintenance and Forklift Service Technician

Job ResponsibilitiesIs responsible for maintaining, servicing, and troubleshooting forklift, scissor lift, boom lift, and power industrial vehicles;making adjustments and/or mechanical/electrical repairs to the machines and equipment in a safe, efficient manner.
Have a working knowledge of maintaining, servicing, and troubleshooting forklift, scissor lift, boom lift, and power industrialvehicles Have a working knowledge of auxiliary support equipment, including but not limited to:
Chillers, Compressors (high or lowpressure), Towers, Air Dryers, Pumps, etc.
Have working knowledge of general building and ground maintenance, including but not limited to:
120/227V electrical,lighting, plumbing, and painting, etc.
Have a working knowledge of fire systems (monitoring, inspections, testing), facility access systems, emergency lightingsystem, etc.
Ensures operation of auxiliary equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; Following manufacture'sinstructions; Notifying supervisor of needed repairs.
Enhances auxiliary equipment performance through monitoring and making adjustments.
Adheres to plant preventive maintenance as outlined in PICS and follows proper work orders procedures.
Locates parts efficiently and effectively utilizing proper parts room checkout procedures.
Attends required training sessions to increase knowledge base.
Performs all assigned work in a safe manner, upholding Plastipak Environmental, Health and Safety policies.
Involved in installation projects and/or modifications.
Miscellaneous duties and projects as assigned.
Responsible for reporting food safety issues to personnel with authority to initiate actionSkills/Qualifications 2-year degree or prior work experience with certifications on relevant disciplines.
Team oriented in all job functions.
Self-motivated and flexibility of job assignment.
Blend of technical, interpersonal skills and continuous learning through training.
Strong mechanical and electrical skills.
Basic computer skills.

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