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Utilities & Building Fabric Technician

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JOB TITLE:

Utilities & Building Fabric Technician

JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

San Diego California / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Utilities & Building Fabric Technician

3rd Shift: 9:00pm to 5:30am

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES Maintenance
1. Maintains and operates the Ammonia refrigeration system and associated equipment, boilers, hot water heaters, roof top HVAC units, air compressors, O-zone generation equipment, water softening equipment, Co-generation system, and fixed fire suppression systems in accordance with all established safety procedures, as well as Company Policy and state and federal regulations and codes.
2. Under supervision, performs semi-specialized tasks in the maintenance of the general plant and/or office building in the skill areas of plumbing, carpentry, painting, cement applications, door repairs (personnel and industrial), maintains building lighting, rooftop ventilation units, fire sprinkler piping repairs, building electrical, and utilities
3. Monitors, adjust, and maintains the wastewater system and coordinates the repairs of wastewater system components including cleaning, troubleshooting, electrical and mechanical repairs.
4. Understands, troubleshoots, and repairs of all previously stated equipment and systems.
5. Conducts maintenance daily checks, logs and readings on previously stated equipment and systems.
6. Performs preventive and corrective maintenance on previously stated equipment and systems as assigned to maximize uptime and operating efficiency.
7. Identifies all parts, supplies, and services required to maintain assigned areas and shifts.
8. Conducts routine inspections of walls, floors, ceilings, insulations, piping, roof, parking lot, wastewater system, etc.
9. Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to replacement or repair of fixtures (e.g., wall switches and outlets, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs and tubes, ballast, sockets, fuses, minor appliances, cords, etc.) using appropriate hand, power, and specialty tools.
10. Replaces or updates inoperable or old building materials and appliances (e.g., motors, belts, pumps, window glass, sinks, doors, smoke alarms, cabinets, shelves, tile, light fixtures, filter systems, patios etc.) to provide a safe, comfortable working environment for employees using various tools and materials (e.g., welding equipment, ladders, power saws, hammers, drills, etc.). Reporting
1. Updates Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) in support of Preventive & Corrective Maintenance. Safety
1. Always ensures a safe and sanitary work environment while following established safety regulations in the performance of all job tasks and reporting any unsafe conditions immediately.
2. Adheres to the Process Safety Management (PSM) / Risk Management Program (RMP) and Hazardous Waste Management Programs related to the ammonia refrigeration system to ensure compliance with city, state, and federal environmental regulations.
3. Complies with environmental regulations, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and the plant’s Maintenance Safety Programs. Control Costs
1. Completes work orders in a timely manner meeting or exceeding pre-established deadlines to reduce downtime and meet production goals.
2. Ensures all quality standards are met or exceeded.
3. Recommends changes established manufacturing processes to reduce or eliminate down time, increase operational effectiveness, and improve routine maintenance in all assigned areas and shifts.
Internal Customer Service
1. Works with Production Department to determine optimal time for any needed repairs on equipment.
2. Follows through to ensure repairs are made on schedule. 3. Informs Production Supervisor and Maintenance Supervisor of any issues.
4. Establishes positive working relationships with all plant personnel.
Qualifications
1. EPA Section 608 Universal Certification maintained
2. Proficient in welding (Stick, MIG, TIG, Soldering / Brazing)
3. Certification of Qualification on the Delimex ammonia refrigeration system, CO2 system, PSM process and facility SOP’s
4. Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment
5. General knowledge of the plant air system, water system, and Fire Protection System Quality
1. Interprets and takes ownership of GMPs and food safety company standards.
2. Must be able to provide recall information for raw material usage as well as disposals.
3. Coordinate with Quality Assurance on any product placed or released from hold status, raw materials as well as finished product.
4. Participate in the QRMP yearly audit and assist in the development of procedures and corrective actions.
5. Accountable for the QRMP (Quality Risk Management Process) system and operational standards as outlined in the plant accountability list to achieve targeted RCR. Manufacturing Playbook
1. Participates in the implementation of the factory’s playbook, especially in the pillar assigned to the department, to ensure successful completion of all checklist items/actions within the playbook. The preceding functions have been provided as representative of the types of work performed by the employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify change or rescind the work assignments of this and different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. KNOWLEDGE / SKILL / EXPERIENCE LEVELS The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess knowledge of and understand the following:
• Basic maintenance principals regarding refrigeration, HVAC, compressed air, water, steam, gas, oil, chemical, and fire protection systems.
• HAZMAT, PSM, RMP, OSHA regulations, plant Maintenance Safety Program, and GMPs affecting all aspects of PM/CM safety within the plant and facilities.
• Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment.
• Policies, procedures, methods, and processes for performing preventive maintenance in assigned area(s) of responsibility.
• Measures to improve production efficiency, equipment performance, product quality, and plant safety.
• Parts and supplies required to support assigned areas and shifts.
• Plant’s quality standards, policies, and procedures. The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess the following skills:
• Operate the ammonia refrigeration in accordance with all established safety procedures, codes, and regulations.
• Diagnose malfunctions/hidden defects in equipment and machinery and repair of all assigned equipment previously mentioned.
• Read wiring diagrams, blueprints, schematics, and manuals and logs.
• Basic welding (Stick, MIG, TIG, Soldering/Brazing).
• Enter data into CMMS.
• Update maintenance logs.
• Implement measures to improve routine maintenance, production efficiencies, operational effectiveness, equipment performance, and safety in all assigned areas and shifts. The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess the following minimal education and experience:
• High School Diploma.
• HVAC Certification through an accredited vocational school. EPA Section 608 Universal Certification maintained • Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment.
• General knowledge of the air systems, water systems, and Fire Protection Systems. Preferred
• Three (3) years of experience in the refrigeration Food Industry and ammonia refrigeration.
• Basic welding certification through accredited vocational school. Within first 3 months on the job
• Certification of Qualification on the Heinz ammonia refrigeration system, CO2 system, PSM process and facility SOP’s. Within first 6 months on the job
• Must be able to pass and maintain a medical fitness evaluation and requirements for using an APR respirator and SCBA • Certification as an Ammonia Refrigeration Assistant Operator through RETA. Within first 12 months on the job
• Hazmat Certified (40-hour HAZWOPPER Certification) maintained.

Position Details

POSTED:

Oct 22, 2022

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S1660935604588156

LOCATION:

California / United States

CITY:

San Diego

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3rd Shift: 9:00pm to 5:30am

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES Maintenance
1. Maintains and operates the Ammonia refrigeration system and associated equipment, boilers, hot water heaters, roof top HVAC units, air compressors, O-zone generation equipment, water softening equipment, Co-generation system, and fixed fire suppression systems in accordance with all established safety procedures, as well as Company Policy and state and federal regulations and codes.
2. Under supervision, performs semi-specialized tasks in the maintenance of the general plant and/or office building in the skill areas of plumbing, carpentry, painting, cement applications, door repairs (personnel and industrial), maintains building lighting, rooftop ventilation units, fire sprinkler piping repairs, building electrical, and utilities
3. Monitors, adjust, and maintains the wastewater system and coordinates the repairs of wastewater system components including cleaning, troubleshooting, electrical and mechanical repairs.
4. Understands, troubleshoots, and repairs of all previously stated equipment and systems.
5. Conducts maintenance daily checks, logs and readings on previously stated equipment and systems.
6. Performs preventive and corrective maintenance on previously stated equipment and systems as assigned to maximize uptime and operating efficiency.
7. Identifies all parts, supplies, and services required to maintain assigned areas and shifts.
8. Conducts routine inspections of walls, floors, ceilings, insulations, piping, roof, parking lot, wastewater system, etc.
9. Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to replacement or repair of fixtures (e.g., wall switches and outlets, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs and tubes, ballast, sockets, fuses, minor appliances, cords, etc.) using appropriate hand, power, and specialty tools.
10. Replaces or updates inoperable or old building materials and appliances (e.g., motors, belts, pumps, window glass, sinks, doors, smoke alarms, cabinets, shelves, tile, light fixtures, filter systems, patios etc.) to provide a safe, comfortable working environment for employees using various tools and materials (e.g., welding equipment, ladders, power saws, hammers, drills, etc.). Reporting
1. Updates Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) in support of Preventive & Corrective Maintenance. Safety
1. Always ensures a safe and sanitary work environment while following established safety regulations in the performance of all job tasks and reporting any unsafe conditions immediately.
2. Adheres to the Process Safety Management (PSM) / Risk Management Program (RMP) and Hazardous Waste Management Programs related to the ammonia refrigeration system to ensure compliance with city, state, and federal environmental regulations.
3. Complies with environmental regulations, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and the plant’s Maintenance Safety Programs. Control Costs
1. Completes work orders in a timely manner meeting or exceeding pre-established deadlines to reduce downtime and meet production goals.
2. Ensures all quality standards are met or exceeded.
3. Recommends changes established manufacturing processes to reduce or eliminate down time, increase operational effectiveness, and improve routine maintenance in all assigned areas and shifts.
Internal Customer Service
1. Works with Production Department to determine optimal time for any needed repairs on equipment.
2. Follows through to ensure repairs are made on schedule. 3. Informs Production Supervisor and Maintenance Supervisor of any issues.
4. Establishes positive working relationships with all plant personnel.
Qualifications
1. EPA Section 608 Universal Certification maintained
2. Proficient in welding (Stick, MIG, TIG, Soldering / Brazing)
3. Certification of Qualification on the Delimex ammonia refrigeration system, CO2 system, PSM process and facility SOP’s
4. Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment
5. General knowledge of the plant air system, water system, and Fire Protection System Quality
1. Interprets and takes ownership of GMPs and food safety company standards.
2. Must be able to provide recall information for raw material usage as well as disposals.
3. Coordinate with Quality Assurance on any product placed or released from hold status, raw materials as well as finished product.
4. Participate in the QRMP yearly audit and assist in the development of procedures and corrective actions.
5. Accountable for the QRMP (Quality Risk Management Process) system and operational standards as outlined in the plant accountability list to achieve targeted RCR. Manufacturing Playbook
1. Participates in the implementation of the factory’s playbook, especially in the pillar assigned to the department, to ensure successful completion of all checklist items/actions within the playbook. The preceding functions have been provided as representative of the types of work performed by the employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify change or rescind the work assignments of this and different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. KNOWLEDGE / SKILL / EXPERIENCE LEVELS The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess knowledge of and understand the following:
• Basic maintenance principals regarding refrigeration, HVAC, compressed air, water, steam, gas, oil, chemical, and fire protection systems.
• HAZMAT, PSM, RMP, OSHA regulations, plant Maintenance Safety Program, and GMPs affecting all aspects of PM/CM safety within the plant and facilities.
• Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment.
• Policies, procedures, methods, and processes for performing preventive maintenance in assigned area(s) of responsibility.
• Measures to improve production efficiency, equipment performance, product quality, and plant safety.
• Parts and supplies required to support assigned areas and shifts.
• Plant’s quality standards, policies, and procedures. The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess the following skills:
• Operate the ammonia refrigeration in accordance with all established safety procedures, codes, and regulations.
• Diagnose malfunctions/hidden defects in equipment and machinery and repair of all assigned equipment previously mentioned.
• Read wiring diagrams, blueprints, schematics, and manuals and logs.
• Basic welding (Stick, MIG, TIG, Soldering/Brazing).
• Enter data into CMMS.
• Update maintenance logs.
• Implement measures to improve routine maintenance, production efficiencies, operational effectiveness, equipment performance, and safety in all assigned areas and shifts. The Utilities and Building Fabric Technician must possess the following minimal education and experience:
• High School Diploma.
• HVAC Certification through an accredited vocational school. EPA Section 608 Universal Certification maintained • Understanding of steam principles and facility steam systems with the ability to troubleshoot pumps, valves, piping, and water treatment.
• General knowledge of the air systems, water systems, and Fire Protection Systems. Preferred
• Three (3) years of experience in the refrigeration Food Industry and ammonia refrigeration.
• Basic welding certification through accredited vocational school. Within first 3 months on the job
• Certification of Qualification on the Heinz ammonia refrigeration system, CO2 system, PSM process and facility SOP’s. Within first 6 months on the job
• Must be able to pass and maintain a medical fitness evaluation and requirements for using an APR respirator and SCBA • Certification as an Ammonia Refrigeration Assistant Operator through RETA. Within first 12 months on the job
• Hazmat Certified (40-hour HAZWOPPER Certification) maintained.


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