Good general knowledge and understanding about mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electric systems and about PLC.
Minimum 3 years of experience in automotive industry
Considerable knowledge of management practice and policy interpretation that develops technical capability to independently evaluate, select and apply techniques and standards.
English language at very good level, written and spoken
Advanced PC operating skills (Excel, Microsoft Outlook)
Technical person, well organized, proactive attitude, customer oriented and problem solving skills
Strong communication skills both oral and written.
Assists in the planning and implementation of maintenance projects.
Repairs, installs and maintains the mechanical systems, equipment and machines of the plant, efficiently and economically in accordance with engineering specifications and with as little interruption to production as possible.
Identifies and repair mechanical/electrical/hydraulic/pneumatic problems as needed, to include ordering, replacement and repair of component parts. Recommends, as required, the change, expansion, and replacement of machinery and equipment.
Observe and comply with safety precautions using systematic trouble shooting.
Assists in costing, planning acquisitions and installation of new production equipment.
Maintains performance and failure data on every piece of equipment to anticipate and prevent failures.
Participates on cross functional equipment design teams at the Lead Plant to effect designs that are reliable and easy to maintain and repair.
Develops rapid repair and substitution techniques to minimize any loss in capacity.
Applies the principles of Lean Manufacturing, 6 and other problem solving disciplines while participating in failure and root cause analyses, and lead the efforts to resolve equipment capability and failure rate problems.
Develops operator preventive maintenance procedures and train equipment operators to perform routine lubrication, part replacement and other maintenance tasks.