Purpose of the Position:
Assume strategic role and lead the business for its growth and profitability in short term, medium… Read More
One of our prestigous clients is looking for an Eletrician Mechanic to work in their head office.Read More
Responsible for overall management, P&L, operations of a small size trading firm
Lead and manage sales team performance to… Read More
Forklift Operator (Warehouse Associate)
Specializes in the manufacture, sale and service of aerial devices, digger derricks, cranes and specialty equipment for the electric utility,… Read More
Our client is a leading manufacturer with a proven history of creating innovative fastening solutions used by the professional commercial… Read More
? Developing and validating software and hardwire design solutions supporting manufacturing commissioning and installation throughout the build and installation phases… Read More
Ability to install, maintain, repair and troubleshoot stationary industrial machinery, mechanical equipment, and electrical equipment in a manufacturing setting with… Read More
Education RequirementsPHYSICAL DEMANDS Critical Job Demands and Work Conditions Scale based on an 8 hour shift: Infrequent- 1 to 5 %, Occasional- 6 to 33%, Frequent- 34 to 66 %, Constant- 66 to 100% Lifting ? Floor to waist lifting – 25 to 30 lb. on an occasional basis. These lifts are performed when handling tools and parts. 35 to 40 lb. on an infrequent basis when handling parts for equipment repair (example, rollers). Other parts and equipment require the use of assist devices (such as forklifts and pulleys) or requires two or more maintenance staff to handle. Very infrequent multiple person lifts are performed with weights ranging from 100 lb. to 200 lb. ? Shovel, rake, and wheelbarrow - to remove material spillage when necessary to perform repairs.
Manages, directs and coordinates the repair, maintenance and installation of machines and equipment in the maintenance of buildings, grounds and… Read More
Education RequirementsKnowledge, Skills & Abilities This is a partial listing of necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job successfully. It is not an exhaustive list. ? Knowledge of: methods and techniques of maintaining and repairing Water plant equipment, machinery and related facilities; of lubricants used in plant equipment; of electrical codes; of the fundamentals of pipefitting and fabrication; of programmable logic controls, telemetry units and fiber optics; of operational characteristics of maintenance equipment and tools; of occupational hazards and standard safety practices. ? Skill in the use of office equipment including computers and supporting software applications. ? Ability to: preventative maintenance tasks on plant equipment, machinery and related facilities; to interpret, explain, and enforce department policies and procedures; to operate a variety of maintenance equipment in a safe and effective manner; to read, interpret and understand technical manuals, blueprints, drawings, and diagrams; maintain detailed records and prepare clear and concise reports.
The Sanitation Technician will clean all equipment, machinery, offices, restrooms, break rooms and food processing areas in a manner consistent… Read More