Job Purpose: The Facilities and Equipment Technician ensures proper operation and integrity of the Stow facility including utility and mechanical support systems (HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems) as well as all manufacturing and test equipment.
Principal (Essential) Duties:
Provide technical guidance on facility use and behaviors.
Manage the facility & equipment maintenance tracking system (TrackPro).
Lead/support all facility modifications and expansion efforts
Responsible for equipment installation and assist with equipment start up.
Responsible for the safety and functionality of facility systems and manufacturing equipment.
Assists with custom equipment/tooling design, fabrication, and assembly.
Maintain facility & equipment documentation.
Responsible for overall cleanliness of facility including all offices, work areas and restroom facilities on site
Performs all job functions and business relationships within the ethical standards of ChemImage Corporation
All other duties as assigned by management
Examples: Manage and oversee facility security system, Snow removal and salt spreading, obtain quotes & fill out purchase requisitions.
Working Conditions/ Physical Demands:
Occasional exposure to hazardous materials and work situations
Requires work with others in a group or team
Perform active work - exerting up to fifty pounds of force occasionally. Active work involves standing, sitting, pulling, pushing and lifting
See, hear, talk and perform tasks requiring manual dexterity; standing, walking, climbing, and other similar tasks requiring physical activity
Operate standard office equipment including a computer, copier, phone and other similar office equipment
Work setting is office, warehouse and cleanroom based; conditions may involve limited exposure to chemicals, emitted radiation, fumes, dust, odors, gases and other substances
Requires frequent use of electronic test equipment, hand tools, power tools, machine shop tools and ladders
Cleanroom duties requires proper gowning, cleanliness and safety procedures
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Active learning, critical thinking, writing and documentation of process
Basic computer skills (i.e. MS Office)
Ability to learn necessary companywide computer programs (i.e. ADP, Concur…)
Diverse problem-solving abilities, in unique situations requiring diagnosis, creativity and possible modification of existing documents
Equipment selection, installation, and maintenance.
Ability to comprehend complex electronic and mechanical systems to safely operate, control, troubleshoot, and repair
Ability to exercise good judgment and decision making
Associates degree in a relevant field
A minimum of 3-5 year facilities and/or relevant experience