Maintenance Tech

Company Name:
Davies Molding
Davies Molding is a leading plastic molder located in Carol Stream, IL seeking a high-energy maintenance individual. This is an immediate opening for a mechanically inclined, energetic and motivated person to handle maintenance machinery and miscellaneous building repairs.
Job Responsibilities:
Make maintenance hydraulic and mechanical repairs on a large variety of Injection and Compression machinery.
Make electrical repairs and be able to troubleshoot problems on production and machinery.
Handle preventative maintenance duties and prepare corrective action paperwork.
Expert knowledge of maintenance of thermoplastic and thermoset processing technologies.
Knowledge of maintenance for injection and compressions plastic operations is required.
Job Requirements:
Mechanical aptitude with experience in machinery maintenance repairs for injection and compression molding machinery.
Ability to read and interpret sketches, blueprints and diagrams.
Experience in carpentry, hydraulics, electrical repairs and welding.
Prefer two-year college or technical degree or equivalent in maintenance repairs and/or electrical repairs.
Must posses own tools of the trade.
Forklift experience.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to read, write and speak English.
A brief list of some of our machinery includes: Van Dorn, Neissi, Cincinnatis, Newberrys, Battenfelds, Multiplas, preheaters, compression molding machines, drill presses and other miscellaneous machinery.
We offer an attractive salary and excellent benefits package including: paid vacation, holiday and sick days, medical, dental and prescription insurance coverage, a 401K savings plan with employer match, life and LTD insurance, along with a safety shoe reimbursement plan.
If interested, please submit your resume or application to: Davies Molding, LLC, 350 Kehoe Blvd, Carol Stream, IL 60188. Attn: Janice Davis

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