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Electrical Maintenance Mechanic

Company: Frito-Lay North America
Location: Binghamton
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

This is a full-time experienced Maintenance Mechanic position that is responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, and installing pneumatic and hydraulic systems, control valves, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps. Maintenance Mechanics are also responsible for troubleshooting AC/DC electrical systems, reading schematics, and using electrical testing equipment (Volt-Ohm meter, amp meter, oscilloscope). Our experienced Maintenance Mechanics have preventative maintenance systems and work order tracking. Maintenance Mechanics have the skill and flexibility to work on any equipment within the facility and to operate lathes, mills, arc and Heliarc(r) welders for repair, and fabrication. If you do not have experience, you may be better suited for one of our entry-level position. Prior to to the in-person interview, you will be asking to complete a hands-on electrical skills test. We set industry standards in terms of pay and benefits. We also offer unbeatable benefits including health insurance, dental and vision, retirement saving benefits including a 401(k) with company contribution, vacation days and much more. Work will vary from day to day depending on need and your hours will vary by assigned location. It also gets loud and the Frito-Lay manufacturing facilities are large. Before going any further, you should know that our Maintenance team is known for two critical areas of expertise: Solid understanding of high-voltage wiring (480V 3-phase motors) Multi-craft maintenance and repair (e. g. performing interrelated repairs on electrical systems and mechanical systems) Are you comfortable, competent, and capable with high-voltage wiring and multi-craft repair? If you answered yes, our team would welcome your contributions to our daily operations. We asked our Maintenance Mechanics what we should tell you about your work day, and this is what they had to say: You will use your extensive knowledge to assist mechanics with difficult repairs You will work focused to get the equipment back up and running during a downtime event You will be troubleshooting issues on a wide variety of equipment You will conduct repairs on production and facilities equipment You will ensure maximum equipment efficiency, effectiveness, and reliability Responding to maintenance calls is part of your job, and this can sometimes mean helping complete a repair that has already been started You will inspect machines, develop repair lists and identify short-term and long-term repairs so that machines run correctly You will work from task lists when diagnosing machines and taking corrective actions Professional insight and knowledge of the operation of our equipment will enable you to understand problems and take action to resolve issues. Do you have an electrical certification, maintenance manufacturing experience, technical school training, or welding experience? If so, you are likely well-equipped to join the team. We have a robust training program that can benefit you provided that you have a proven base knowledge of mechanical maintenance repair (especially with regard to electrical repair multi-craft repairs). Although it's not required, many managers prefer that candidates have at least two years' training experience in mechanical/electrical repair in a manufacturing environment. Please be sure that you meet the following minimum requirements for this position: You are at least 18 years of age or older You will be required to work on weekends and holidays Ability to lift 15 to 50 pounds with or without a reasonable accommodation You are able to stand and walk for extended periods of time with or without a reasonable accommodation You are able to climb, bend, reach, stoop, kneel, and stretch for extended periods You are willing and able to work in an environment that has extreme temperatures, humidity, hazardous/loud equipment, and slippery surfaces Mechanics who are considering applying often ask us what characteristics our leadership looks for in this important position. This should give you an idea of what managers are seeking: Customer Service: given our emphasis on mechanical aptitude, you might be surprised to see customer service listed here, but remember we interact with all levels of team members on the floor. It is important that you, and we as a team, treat all team members with the same level of service as we would our consumers. Flexibility: you'll be switching gears, shifting priorities, and balancing task lists with calls for maintenance repairs. Flexibility - and keeping your cool - will allow you to both focus and prioritize your work. Self-Starter: you will often find yourself working unsupervised, so taking ownership of your quality and speed of work is essential when conducting preventative maintenance or addressing equipment failure. Safety Focused: your attention to company policies and procedures regarding safety will minimize risks to yourself, your team, and the quality of our products. Safety is everyone's job at Frito-Lay. We hope you can imagine yourself on the team. Does this sound like you? There will be tough days. When we experience downtime, we are working under pressure to fix equipment. We take it in stride because we believe, and our Maintenance Mechanics agree, that the rewards are worth it. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901 - 4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Article 9 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, commonly referred to as the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance. If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please download the available documents: EEO is the Law: href="https://www. mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/EEO_is_the_Law.pdf" https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/EEO_is_the_Law.pdf EEO is the Law Supplement: href="https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/OFCCP_EEO_Supplement_Final_508c.pdf" https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/OFCCP_EEO_Supplement_Final_508c.pdf PepsiCo EEO Policy.: href="https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/PepsiCo_HQ_EEO_Policy.pdf" https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/PepsiCo_HQ_EEO_Policy.pdf Please view our Pay Transparency Statement: href="https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/PepsiCo_Pay_Transparency_Provision.pdf" https://www.mypepsico.com/ep/common/portal/unprotected/wp-prod/eeo/PepsiCo_Pay_Transparency_Provision.pdf

Keywords: Frito-Lay North America, Binghamton , Electrical Maintenance Mechanic, Professions , Binghamton, New York

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