Do you enjoy troubleshooting and ensuring machine reliability?
Are you a reliable employee looking for an exciting career in a growing organization?
As the Maintenance Technician, you’ll be part of a family culture where your contributions are noticed and recognized.
You will be completing preventative maintenance on a variety of equipment within the Foundry.
You will troubleshoot problems as they arise throughout the workday and complete long-term projects throughout the organization.
You will maintain and repair existing electrical infrastructure using drawings and blueprints.
You will participate in continuous improvement activities.
Operate in response to requests from the Facilities Manager and/or Maintenance Supervisor and set priorities as required to maximize equipment runtime.
In this position, you will troubleshoot and ensure machine uptime on overhead cranes, sand mixers, conveyors and other foundry equipment.
A high school diploma and technical certificate are preferred
Minimum of three years of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, PLC and overall machine troubleshooting experience.
You must be able to work well and communicate with all functional departments within the company and outside vendors/contractors.
You must have strong understanding of preventative maintenance procedures and associated documentation.
You must be able to work as a team player with limited direction and guidance and have a well-developed sense of urgency.
2nd Shift hours are typically 1:30PM-10PM M-F and 3rd shift hours are typically 9:30PM-6:00AM M-F. Both with OT as needed.
We offer shift differentials!
We are looking for Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Technicians
Fixed weekly schedule
Insurance within 60 days
Holidays and paid time off
401K with match
Prescrip. safety glass reimbursement
Plenty of growth opportunities
The C.A. Lawton Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
We encourage and develop our employees to be involved and empowered, inspiring them to turn plans into action. From engineers and manufacturing specialists to accounts payable and customer advocates. Our people are remarkable.
With 140 years of history, we’ve learned a lot about what works – and that extends far beyond the engineering and casting of large components. We believe that work is more than a place we go every day. It’s a place of growth, creativity, collaboration, and relationships.
We are a fifth-generation foundry-centered manufacturer run for the benefit of our employees, customers, owners, and community. We provide success for our customers and employees by providing casting-centric solutions in an environment of safety, growth, and continuous improvement (LEAN).