Posted on: December 15, 2017 • Category: Manufacturing Maintenance
Electronics Maintenance - Shift 1
No. of Jobs: 1
Job Type: Full-Time
Pay Type: Hourly
Education: High School
Phone 1: 605-668-2518
Phone 2: 605-665-9311
Careers at Kolberg-Pioneer
700 West 21st St.
Yankton, Yankton, SD 57078
Education and Experience 1. Must successfully complete pre-employment drug screening, physical, and background check, and random drug and/or alcohol screenings during employment. 2. High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED) preferred 3. Relevant trade school or college course work desired. 4. Knowledge of commonly-used maintenance concepts, practices, and procedures required.5. Electrical knowledge, including ability to read and understand electrical drawings, AD & DC power, and control voltage preferred. 6. Heavy equipment manufacturing experience desired. 7. Computer experience desired, particularly the ability to use a mouse, and locate and open/close files. Essential Qualifications 1. Must be dependable, dedicated to getting the job done correctly, and use time wisely. 2. Adept at problem-solving. Adaptable to new situations and challenges. Open to changes and new ideas. 3. Ability to satisfactorily work alone with reasonable instructions, training, and supervision, and ability to work with others respectfully and professionally in a team environment. 4. Ability to communicate, express needs, and ask questions 5. Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out detailed and written and/or oral instructions. 6. Ability to handle the stress that accompanies production standards and deadlines. 7. Ability to accept constructive criticism and make subsequent adjustments, and willingness to rework incorrect tasks completed by oneself or others.
Basic Function Under the direction and supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor and in cooperation with the Team Leader, service, maintain, and repair Company equipment and the facility, making independent decisions with minimal direct supervision given appropriate instructions. Primary Duties and Responsibilities 1. Repair and maintain machinery, mechanical equipment, etc. in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, manufacturer’s specifications, and generally accepted mechanical maintenance and safety procedures. 2. Maintain/inspect plant systems that include water, heat, gas, oxygen, and compressed air. 3. Maintain and inspect hoists and assist with preventative maintenance programs. 4. Assist and/or work under the supervision of qualified electricians in the installation and maintenance of electrical tools, parts, electrical or electronic equipment and systems. 5. Maintain work area in clean, orderly, and safe condition, following 6S guidelines. 6. Perform or assist other departments and/or personnel in maintenance, fabrication, repair, construction projects, assembly, etc. as qualified and requested by Supervisor or Department Leader. 7. Recommend and requisition parts and supplies as needed in accordance with Company standard policy and maintain inventories of maintenance repair parts. 8. Fabricate parts, jigs, racks, etc. for the Maintenance department and production of products. 9. Use a computer mouse to access and open/close computer documents. 10. Operate or use various hand, power, and air tools including welding gun, scrapers, grinders (portable & bench), wrenches, hammer, cutting torches, drills, punches, a tape measure, and Air Arc. Also operate or use forklifts, and overhead hoists and cranes with associated rigging equipment. 11. Keep maintenance equipment and tools operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements; follow manufacturer’s instructions; troubleshoot malfunctions; call for repairs; and complete daily check sheets. 12. Complete work tasks as necessary to meet maintenance specifications. Perform work to the utmost of one self’s ability at all times. Continuously strive to improve one self’s work-related skills, efficiency, and the quality of output. 13. Perform or assist in other assigned duties as qualified and trained. 14. Interact with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; comply with Company policies, procedures, rules, and regulations, and uphold KPI Core Values. Essential Functions 1. Perform work standing on concrete up to 10 hours per day. 2. Ability to use general mechanic and maintenance tools and equipment. 3. Ability to maneuver in congested work environment with usual working conditions associated with heavy equipment repair (exhaust, solvent, etc.) 4. Ability to work on, in, around, and under equipment as necessary to perform duties. Climb ladders, work platforms, stairs, etc. 5. Ability to read and interpret necessary instructions or specifications required performing duties. 6. Primary work assignment will require employees to be able to frequently push/pull/lift up to 45 pounds. Employees may occasionally push/pull/lift greater than 45 pounds if they are physically able to safely do it. Employees are encouraged to use caution at all times when pushing/pulling/lifting. Please consider the size, shape, weight of the object to be pushed/pulled/lifted, the path and the distance you must travel along with your own physical ability. If necessary, please seek assistance with pushing/pulling/lifting tasks. Employees should never lift more than they are physically able to do. 7. Two to three years of progressive manufacturing experience. 8. Computer experience desired, particularly the ability to use a mouse, and locate and open/close files.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, disability, genetic information, veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable discrimination laws. All information provided in your application will be treated as confidential and will be used to help ensure the best use of your abilities if employed by KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens. We strive to maintain a competitive wage or salary structure which allows the Company to recruit and maintain an effective work force. An employee’s total compensation consists not only of the wage/salary, but also the various benefits offered. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance, free disability coverage, 401(k) with 75 percent company match, paid vacation after 6 months, paid holidays, and a profit-sharing plan.