- Location SPARKS, NV
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- Requisition GH1750364
What you'll do at
This position is responsible for assisting in the operation of a department. An individual in this position will be expected to perform additional job related responsibilities and duties throughout the facility as assigned and/or as necessary.
An individual must be able to successfully perform the essential functions of this position with or without a reasonable accommodation.
Assist other maintenance technicians in the repair and maintenance of equipment.
Communicate with (or to) individuals or groups verbally and/or in writing (e.g. customers, suppliers, associates).
Complete work orders, records, logs and other written or computer-based documents according to established procedures.
Troubleshoot and repair complex electrical/electronic problems with equipment, networks, logic controls, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and external Input/Output (I/O) devices where the repair is not immediately visible or obvious.
Operate material handling equipment, battery equipment, moving machinery, and other powered equipment.
Perform preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment (e.g., lift trucks, pneumatic systems, material handling equipment, hydraulic equipment, dock equipment, banana room equipment, electronic and electrical equipment, etc.) according to procedures.
Diagnose refrigeration and electrical problems using technical drawings (e.g., blueprints, electronic/mechanical schematics) and diagnostic tools (e.g. multi-meter, laptop).
An individual must be proficient in each of the competencies listed below to successfully perform the responsibilities of this position.
Multi Skilled Technician Operations - Maintains, repairs, and conducts preventative maintenance on DC equipment and building in safe and correct ways. Repairs items in a timely manner and utilizes established repair policies and procedures. Tells management about dirty and harmful working conditions and unsafe practices. Tells management when tools and supplies required for performing repairs on DC equipment are unavailable or broken. Utilizes Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to perform work (e.g., record work history, identify parts usage, identify warranties) in a timely and effective manner.
Customer/Member Centered: Serve the Customer/Member - Shows care and concern when serving our customers/members. Asks questions in order to understand customer/member needs. Uses policies and information in order to exceed customer/member expectations. Finds and uses the right resources (people, products, tools) at the right time in order to resolve customer/member requests.
Judgment: Make Effective Choices - Uses policies, procedures, and/or guides to make good choices. Uses data and facts in order to make day-to-day decisions and involves others as needed. Recognizes what might be a problem and informs those who can correct it.
Planning and Improvement: Plan for and Improve Work - Accepts responsibility and meets expectations for own work. Identifies steps needed in order to carry out work as required.
Influence and Communicate: Share Information - Listens to others and asks questions to learn about what is needed. Communicates the right information to associates and leaders when they need it. Communicates in a respectful and professional manner.
Execution and Results: Get Results - Makes sure work is done correctly. Works on top priorities first. Makes a consistent effort to get results. Meets deadlines. Takes action in order to solve problems so work can be completed in a timely manner.
Ethics and Compliance: Perform to Ethical Standards - Follows company policies and procedures (for example, the Ten Foot Rule). Shows integrity and ethical behavior in all work situations. Reports ethical and compliance issues promptly.
Adaptability: Adapt - Adapts to changing work demands. Stays focused on own work when faced with change or difficulties. Stays open to and learns from assignments and feedback.
The following physical activities are necessary to perform one or more essential functions of this position.
Enters and locates information on computer.
Moves up and down a ladder.
Moves up and down stairs.
Grasps, turns, and manipulates objects of varying size and weight, requiring fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Visually verifies information, often in small print.
Reads information, often in small print.
Visually locates merchandise and other objects.
Visually inspects equipment.
Reaches overhead and below the knees, including bending, twisting, pulling, and stooping.
Moves, lifts, carries, and places merchandise and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance.
Apply sideways/upward/downward pressure to tighten and loosen hardware (for example, nuts, bolts).
Observe behavior of others (i.e., associates, customers, suppliers).
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as required, which could include, but not be limited to fall protection, eye protection, hearing protection, respiratory protection, chemical protection and electrical protection such as protective footwear.
Operate motor vehicle or other large power equipment.
Use approved equipment to step up and access freight and equipment in elevated areas.
Use crossovers to access opposite sides of conveyors.
Differentiate sounds in order to inspect and maintain equipment, identify potential hazards, or recognize safety alarms.
Lift, push, pull, and carry tools, objects or equipment above shoulder level without assistance.
Write documents, reports, etc. using a writing instrument (e.g., pencil, pen) or computer.
Working in the following environment is necessary to perform one or more of the essential functions of this position.
May work with substances that require special handling
Works in areas requiring exposure to varying temperatures, extreme heat or cold, and/or wet, damp, or drafty conditions.
Moves over sloping, uneven, or slippery surfaces.
Works at heights.
Work indoors for extended periods of time.
Move through narrow, enclosed, or elevated spaces.
Work outdoors for extended periods of time.
Work in areas with high noise levels that may require hearing protection.
Coursework or certification in electronic technology and 2 years industrial maintenance experience specializing in electronic technology (including troubleshooting and repairing automated equipment) OR 3 years industrial maintenance experience specializing in electronic technology (including troubleshooting and repairing automated equipment)
Both Associate's Degree in electronic technology and 2 years industrial maintenance experience specializing in electronic technology (including troubleshooting and repairing automated equipment)
All the benefits you need for you and your family
- Multiple health plan options
- Vision & dental plans for you & dependents
- Associate discounts in-store and online
- Financial benefits including 401(k), stock purchase plans and more
- Education assistance for Associate and dependents