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Electrical Mechanical Industrial Machinery Maintenance Technician

Company: Job Juncture
Location: Waukesha
Posted on: September 20, 2022

Job Description:

Electrical Mechanical Industrial Machinery Maintenance Technician
Third shift
Pay is $22 to to $32 per hour depending on experience and skill

No remote
Full-time
Permanent W-2 employee
Full benefits
Waukesha, Wisconsin area
 

This full time, permanent Industrial Machinery and Equipment Maintenance Technician career opportunity is at a state of the art, high quality foundry.  Their onsite lab provides a variety of analysis to ensure the castings are of very high quality. Employee tenure is long as employees really like working here and many retire from here. Employees are never bored as there is a lot of variety in the products produced. 
 
The duties and responsibilities of the successful candidate should include the following:


  • Performing maintenance of heavy duty industrial machinery and equipment
  • Performing electrical and mechanical repairs of heavy duty industrial machinery and equipment
  • Fabricating
  • Welding

     
    The background of the successful candidate will include the following:

    • One or more years of industrial machinery and equipment maintenance experience
    • One or more years of electrical repair experience
    • One or more years of mechanical repair experience
    • Possess some welding and metal fabrication experience
    • Possess the ability to work third shift
    • Possess a solid work history
    • Being a US citizen or green card holder
    • Having a residence within a 45 minute drive

Keywords: Job Juncture, Waukesha , Electrical Mechanical Industrial Machinery Maintenance Technician, Professions , Waukesha, Wisconsin

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