Location:Wylie, TX
Shift: 3:00p - 1:00a


  • Repair and maintain equipment used in high speed production lines and perform some facility maintenance with little or no supervision
  • Adjust and calibrate equipment.
  • Prepare new or modify schematics for equipment modifications.
  • Maintain computerized daily work logs and update equipment and performance records.
  • Remove, replace, repair and/or manufacture equipment component parts.
  • Complete requisition orders for equipment parts and locate proper vendors.
  • Oversee major projects; i.e., new equipment installation, major equipment modifications, etc.
  • Troubleshoot equipment problems.
  • Design and install improvements to equipment to enhance quality, safety, or increase of production.
  • Troubleshooting and major edits of PLC based equipment.
  • Troubleshooting equipment with CNC controls.
  • Train other maintenance personnel.
  • In sure preventive maintenance task are being completed and continually improving the preventive maintenance system.
  • Install all types of wiring and main service drops to equipment.
  • Read & understand electrical, pneumatic, & hydraulic schematics, blueprints, & equipment drawings.
  • Edit and / or produce electrical, pneumatic, & hydraulic schematics, blueprints, & equipment drawings.
  • Maintain good housekeeping in all production areas and shop.
  • Use of database, internet, and catalogs to locate equipment parts.


  • Able to read blueprints and schematics.
  • Familiar with test equipment; i.e. meters, micrometers, calipers, scopes, etc.
  • Ability to operate all types of tool room equipment for the manufacture of components; i.e. mill, lathe, welder, etc.
  • Read and write English with mechanical aptitude.
  • Understanding of shop math and the metric system.
  • Five to eight years of general equipment repair in a high speed Assembly/Parts Manufacturing environment with
  • Strong emphasis in electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics and PLC and / or CNC machine electronic controls.
  • 10 years experience in manufacturing maintenance
  • Electrical knowledge & experience (5 - 10yrs)
  • Industrial/machine
  • PLC knowledge & experience (5 - 10yrs)
  • CNC equipment in a machining environment (5 - 10yrs)


  • Extreme attention to safety
  • Some lifting of heavy components (approximately 40 lbs with lifting equipment available)
  • Constant mental and visual concentration
  • High noise levels, temperatures in controlled and non controlled environments
  • Exposure to dangerous conditions: (50%), i.e. extreme temperatures, chemicals, dirt, oils, grease, and electrical shocks, etc. Some overtime expected.
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