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Ace ImageWear

Maintenance Technician



Job Description

A family owned, regional business located in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area is currently seeking an Maintenance Technician to perform general preventative maintenance and repairs to equipment and buildings. Our facility uses a steam boiler, natural gas, electrical, motors, hydraulics, microprocessors, conveyor systems and various process equipment. Applicant(s) must have knowledge of fundamental mechanical, carpentry, plumbing and electrical, heating/cooling in performing assignments. Operates common hand or power tools.

To the qualified Maintenance Technician, we offer:
• $18.00 - $22.00 per hour (DOE)
• 401(k)/Profit sharing
• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Package
• Disability and Life Insurance Package
• Paid Vacation and Holidays

Qualifications/Requirements for this role include:
• 1-3 years maintenance technician or industrial mechanic experience
• Ability to work with chemicals, cleaners & solvents
• Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 lbs
• Able to climb ladders and stairs
• Able to work outdoors in conditions of extreme heat or cold

Maintenance Technician Weekly Hours:

Monday - Friday : 6 AM - 2:30 PM











About Ace ImageWear
Ace ImageWear is a local, family-owned company providing uniform, mat and towel service throughout the Kansas City Area. Since 1932, the Heilman family has been recognized for ongoing investment in technology and people. This is a fast paced operation where management's job is to create an environment where others can succeed.


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