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Kodak is Hiring!
We are looking for a Manufacturing Maintenance Technician in our Columbus, GA Polychrome Park facility.
Kodak offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the revitalization of an iconic global company. We combine the strength of a brand that is recognized and beloved around the world with the excitement and entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up. We are stable, profitable, optimistic about the future and looking for professionals with energy, ideas and ambition to help us take next steps in completing our transformation. We’re building a culture which values creativity in all its forms, having a global perspective, a focus on sustainability, and the kind of trust that enables us to succeed by taking calculated risks. Kodak has a rich heritage of leadership and innovation, but is also, in many ways, still inventing itself. At this stage of our comeback, Kodak is truly a place where you can make a difference.
- Performs electrical, PLC, and process control troubleshooting at an advanced and expert level, calibrating, and maintaining all electrical and instrumentation equipment that includes motors, motor controls, switch-gear, transmitters, UPS, process controls systems, and PLC’s
- Under general supervision, diagnoses, repair, maintenance and reconditioning, in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, and manufacturer's specifications of manufacturing machinery and mechanical equipment, and production machines, using hand tools, power tools, precision-measuring devices and testing instruments
- Performs technical assessments, instrumentation and control support functions for the plant operations
- Works independently, providing assistance and leadership to the team members Performs self-directed reactive and planned maintenance which includes but is not limited to:◦Observing machinery in operation to locate and identify root cause of problem
- Dismantling devices to gain access to and remove defective parts
- Examines parts to detect imperfections, and identify contributing causes
- Adjustment of functional parts of machinery and control instruments
- Repair and/or replacement of defective parts
- Testing of machinery to observe performance
- Updates computerized data bases, identifies supplies and repair items as necessary, performs simple welding tasks
- Acts as a proactive project leader and works closely with planner/scheduler
- Analyzes and recommends engineered solutions to failures
- Lays out, wire, builds, and troubleshoots electrical panels and/or other machinery to plant standards
- May be required to setup and operate multiple machining operations including but not limited to: lathe, mills, drill press, grinder, and other metalworking tools to make and repair parts
- Supports the overall maintenance requirements of the facility by working on maintenance work order backlog as assigned by supervisor.
- Supports PM days and Maintenance outages as needed. Work assignments associated will not be limited to the E&I focus during these focused maintenance outages.
- Associates degree with a Technical focus from a two-year college or technical institution
- 5-7 years’ experience in heavily automated maintenance
- 3-5 years Electronics and Controls Experience
- Programmable logic controllers, data acquisition systems, and Windows-based computer systems and programs.
- Process control instrumentation and system configuration.
- Provides leadership and training to other maintenance technicians while instilling a team environment.
- A strong work ethic, high motivation, the ability to work with minimal guidance, and the desire to work and succeed in a rigorous and challenging business environment
- Ability to use advanced diagnostic tools to troubleshoot and/or repair electrical or mechanical failures
- Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
- Write routine reports and correspondence
- Must be able to work overtime and 12-hour shifts
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