Unilever Line Mechanic - Sikeston, MO in Sikeston, Missouri
The Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring maximum availability of factory production plant across the Sourcing Unit utilizing excellent technical skills for improvements and modifications and sound application of World-Class Manufacturing (WCM) methodology. All actions must contribute to the delivery of operational KPIs (Productivity, Quality, Safety, Health and Environment, Cost, Delivery, Morale and Innovation (PQSCDMI)). They must be a mentally agile and advanced problem solver who is able to maximize machinery operations while minimizing waste. The Line Mechanic must be able to coach and develop the Machine Operator’s and Technical Operator’s core technical awareness and skills.Must possess a Mechanical, Electrical, and Programming background:Mechanical Skills and Focused Technician; knowledge and application of technical skills and expertise to ensure the provision of effective engineering support within the team, focused on delivering performance targets. Directly contributes to improved safety, quality, sustainability and cost.Are comfortable with a physically demanding job, that is often exposed to extreme temperatures, lifting heavy objects and staying in uncomfortable positions for extended periods.Before commencing work or after partial disassembly be able to diagnose the problem accurately and quickly to use as few unnecessary parts as possible.Stay updated on assigned machines so that you possess the knowledge and skills required to diagnose sophisticated run-ability problems.Can easily visualize how various mechanisms and linkages work when force is applied. You can identify wear surfaces and weak points, and you can select materials appropriate to a physical task.Electrical Skills and Diagnostic Technician; Remove and replace major electrical components (such as motors, switch/control gear) and troubleshoot compact electrical circuits safely. Able to isolate machinery and re-install electrical supplies for machinery components.Establish power distribution systems and electrical control circuits.Install electrical drive systems and Control Loops.Able to read schematics for relay logic circuits and line diagrams so that you can understand the physical interconnection of devices and repair/upgrade the necessary components.Programming/Logic Skills and Diagnostic Technician; Related tasks include testing, debugging, maintaining a program's code, implementation of input/output systems, and management of associated programmable hardware such as input/output cards, backplanes, processor, and various other logic components.Use the program designs created by software developers, engineers, and OEM's to trouble-shoot problems with various machinery.Inspect and test code that allows programmable logic controllers to function properly.Capable of going "online" with a given programmable systemSafety - Utilize appropriate safety and environmental procedures for people, processes, materials, products and equipment to ensure a safe working environment for the whole team.Environment - Reduce costs due to waste and minimize impact to health, safety and the environment through working to eliminate waste and through the correct management of waste and hazardous materials.Quality - Ensure that all aspects of Quality within the area of responsibility are in accordance with local Quality procedures to protect and promote the brand and product.Leadership - Promote the development of a highly effective team through strong communication, leading by example whilst keeping focused on goals and targets. Great teams and great leaders will achieve superior performance.Continuous Improvement - Use performance measures to identify and prioritize losses in production area. Apply rigorous Cost Deployment and the Zero loss concept to eliminate losses.WCM - Knowledge and understanding of the key principles of WCM and the impact this has on the Key Performance Indicators in the production area (PQSCDMI).Problem Solving - Has the ability to identify, prioritize and address problems using appropriate tools and techniques that eliminate recurrence.Project Management – Achieve the desired outcomes of the project in line with agreed plans using appropriate project management tools and techniques to ensure the efficient use of technical, financial and human resources.Business Awareness - Understanding of the need to meet changing demands and the role of marketing and product innovation in growing the business and increasing the company's share.Requirements:High School diploma or equivalent (GED) is required2 to 4-year degree in industrial technology or related field is Preferred.Additional Information About Sikeston Ice Cream Factory:Some brands that are produced at this factory include Magnum, Klondike, Talenti, Breyers, and Popsicle.Amazing benefits with great starting pay and career pay progression.Temperature-controlled factory environment for the production of the products.------------------------------------Unilever is an organization committed to diversity and inclusion to drive our business results and create a better future every day for our diverse employees, global consumers, partners, and communities. 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