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Electro Mechanical Technician- 2nd Shift

Electro Mechanical Technician- 2nd Shift

companyL.L. Bean
locationFreeport, ME 04032, USA
PublishedPublished: 1/9/2024
Technician
Full Time

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L.L.Bean is currently searching for a 2nd Shift Electro Mechanical Technician to join the facilities team located in Freeport, Maine.  The work schedule for this position will be Sunday through Thursday from 2:30p to 11:00p in our Order Fulfillment Center (OFC).

Position Purpose

In this important role this person will perform all senior level electronic and automated maintenance functions requiring advanced knowledge of fluid power, pneumatic, electrical, mechanical power transmission, distribution, utilization, and control of electrical energy up to 480 volts AC. Serve as automation, fluid power and mechanical safety oversight resource across the company to leaders, engineering, project managers, risk management, etc. for any concerns related to equipment operation and repair safety in the workplace

Responsibilities

  • Applies advanced knowledge of decision-making processes, precautionary techniques, job planning, personal protective equipment, and test equipment to recognize and avoid hazards. 
  • Provides second level support for complex problems to all departments for all things mechanical automation. 
  • Informs leadership of potential workflow issues and any specific problems; assists in coordinating and working with other teams to ensure smooth transfers across shifts. Assists leader in ensuring staffing aligns with operational needs. 
  • Performs preventative maintenance functions on a variety of complex industrial equipment as scheduled. 
  • Applies computer skills to troubleshoot and repair automated industrial utilizing and adjusting and programming parameter settings on (HMI, VFD and IO) controlled equipment. 
  • Install, maintain, and support complex Kuka robot system, automated, pneumatic, cutting, packaging, sorting equipment, high speed sewing and production equipment, injection molding and carton and product transport systems and equipment.
  • Follows procedures and properly handles Universal Waste per state guidelines. 
  • Maintains accurate documentation of all new and existing installations.
  • Acts as internal resource providing support and expertise required for projects and maintenance. May act as project lead. Oversees the work of automated equipment contractors and vendors. 
  • Collaborates with internal clients in support of new and existing technology requirements. 
  • Mentor and support all technicians, regardless of title and level.
  • Identifies hazardous conditions or actions that may cause injury or property damage and ensures action to abate them. 
  • Assures appropriate communication of issues/problems to coworkers and leadership. Shares expertise in support of others to build technical and diagnostic strength in the team. 
  • Provides coverage at designated times as required to meet business demands and off shift shutdowns. 
  • Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned. 
  • This position has been identified as a safety-sensitive position. A safety-sensitive position is one in which an impaired worker constitutes a serious and direct threat to workplace health and safety. Employees in this position must agree that they will not come to work or be at work at any time under the influence of alcohol or any drug that could render them impaired. 

Health and Safety Requirement

Every employee is responsible for contributing to a safe and healthy workplace. Employees are expected to be active participants in health and safety by following all safety policies and procedures, reporting unsafe conditions or at-risk behaviors to leadership, and conducting work in a safe manner. Those in a leadership role are also expected to model safe behaviors, evaluate risk, and ensure that risks are reduced to acceptable levels.

Education Level: Highschool or GED/ Vocational or Community College preferred but not required

Years of Experience: 5 -7 years

Skills and Qualifications

  • Industrial equipment maintenance experience required 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbal 
  • Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills 
  • Ability to create and maintain accurate documentation 
  • Knowledge and experience with NFPA 70E (Electrical Safety in the Workplace) 
  • Able to troubleshoot complex controls including experience with adjusting and programming parameter settings HMI’s, I.O.’s, VFD’s
  • Ability to work with various 24-hour emergency support groups 
  • Experience reading electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic schematics. 
  • Ability to collaborate at many levels internally and externally 
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and provide guidance and support to all technicians
  • Valid state driver's license required 
  • Ability to operate and work in boom trucks, scissor lifts, personnel lifts, and other aerial lifts at heights more than 14 feet 
  • Proficient with computers and systems including Microsoft O365, CMMS, Infolink, GPS monitoring, I-Boss battery management system.  
  • Able to respond outside of normal working hours to support 24/7.

If you care about the outdoors, joining L.L.Bean is a great way to feel good about what you do. Our benefits package makes a good thing even better, with programs and perks designed to support your health and financial goals. Plus, maintaining a healthy work-life balance and re-charging outside are all part of the plan. Because, when it comes to the outside—we’re all in. Visit llbeancareers.com to learn more.

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