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Industrial Mechanic

Job type:Contract to Perm
Town/City:Goldsboro
State:NC
Salary/Rate:$17.90 - $21.33 per hour
Business Sector:Account Manager
Job ref:BV120799530
Post Date:June 05, 2024
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Industrial Mechanic (Night Shift) – Goldsboro, NC
 
Monroe Staffing is a division of Staffing 360 Solutions.   We are a leading staffing firm in the U.S. in the light industrial sector. 
 
We currently have an immediate full-time opening for an Industrial Mechanic (Night Shift) for a large food manufacturing facility located in Goldsboro, NC.   
 
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.   Previous maintenance/mechanic experience and operating conveyor machines is highly preferred. Requires strong mechanical aptitude.   Must have math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.   Vocational trades training is highly desirable.   North Carolina Career Readiness Certification (Bronze level or higher) is a plus.   Must be able to read, write, and speak English.
 
 
Location:  
Goldsboro, NC  27530
Days:
Monday – Saturday (6-day schedule, May thru September)
Hours:
4:00 PM – 1:00 AM (Night Shift)
Pay Rate:  
$18.90 – $21.33/Hour
 
 
Responsibilities of the Industrial Mechanic:

The Industrial Mechanic (Night Shift) sets up, maintains, repairs, and operates all the production equipment in the Packing Department and conveyors that move raw materials to and from the packing machinery (works in conjunction with maintenance personnel when needed). 
Set up, troubleshoot, repair and/or replace parts, and operate packing machinery to ensure maximum productivity, and that machinery is operating at desired speed and giving maximum amount of bottle fill, and that product breakage and machinery downtime are kept to a minimum.
 
Set up packing line and make necessary adjustments to the packing line to ensure maximum efficient run. Operate conveyor and packing machines to keep downtimes to a bare minimum.   Continuously monitor machinery during operations and report products that are not correct to the Operators.
 
Perform daily and weekly operational and pre-operational checklist tasks on all production equipment.   Inspect packing machines for cleanliness.
 
Inspect incoming jars for inferior or broken glass.   If jar breaks, stop the entire operation to carry out broken jar procedures.   It is important to always move jars 10 feet on either side of the broken jar before restarting operation and carry out the remainder of the broken jar procedure as specified by supervisor.
 
Operate equipment to prevent overloads so that jars are filled properly and remain upright.   Notify supervisor of any machinery breakdown and assist DIN employees in repairs.   Stop operation if a foreign object is seen in the product and contact supervisor for further instructions.
 
Note and record information on machine operated, item packed, jar size, jar breakage, and machine downtime. Use math skills including addition and subtraction for these reports.
 
Ensure all safety guards are in place on all equipment before the equipment is operated.
Assist on D.I.N. maintenance calls within the department, with the exceptions of welding and electrical work.
Monitor machine operation and report problems/changes to Lead Packing Machinery Mechanic or to Supervisor.
 
Participate in training, employee meetings, and project teams as needed.
Receive written instructions from packing schedule.
 
 
 
Qualifications for the Industrial Mechanic:

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.   
  • Previous maintenance/mechanic experience and operating conveyor machines is highly preferred.  
  • Requires strong mechanical aptitude.   
  • Must have math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.   
  • Vocational trades training is highly desirable.   
  • North Carolina Career Readiness Certification (Bronze level or higher) is a plus.   
  • Must be able to read, write, and speak English.
 
 
Machines, Equipment, Tools Used by the Industrial Mechanic:

  • Conveyor machine, Packing machine, Capping machine
  • Feed-in line
  • Brine conveyor, Washer conveyor, and Brine pump
  • Forklift 
  • Knife, pliers, mallet, scales, pans, wrenches, hammer, screwdriver, and other hand tools.
 
 
Physical Demands of the Industrial Mechanic:

  • Stooping: Bending body downward and forward by bending at waist.
  • Reaching: Extending hand(s) and arm(s).
  • Standing: Sustained periods of time.
  • Walking: Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, sometimes for long distances or moving from one work area to another.
  • Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
 
 
Work Environment of the Industrial Mechanic:

  • Work environment is subject to some seasonal temperature variations and wetting from job tasks. 
  • Earplugs and hearing protection are required because of machinery noise. 
  • Head cover and beard cover required.
  • Gloves and apron required for some job tasks.
 
 
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