CNC Machinist Maintenance Technician
Orlick Industries
Hamilton, ON

The CNC maintenance technician is responsible for safely maintaining CNC machinery and other support equipment using predictive and preventative maintenance techniques. Additionally, the CNC maintenance technician is responsible for providing leadership in troubleshooting and diagnosing unexpected machinery issues to ensure production efficiency and uptime is maximized.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience with Fanuc CNC controls and on CNC machining equipment in general
  • Certificate of qualifications or certificate in a related field or equivalent working experience (millwright preferred).
  • Experience with general trouble shooting using ladder logic, PLCs, relay logic, and appropriate electronic diagnostic tools.
  • Experience with automated assembly equipment including ABB robotics, leak testing, machine vision systems, torque driving systems, and others all considered an asset
  • Able to Interpret and review schematic drawings of electronic, mechanical, structural, pneumatic and hydraulic systems to understand their operation and identify malfunctions. Able to consult with manufacturer manuals when needed while trouble-shooting equipment.
  • Perform necessary repairs as needed, including disassembly / reassembly of mechanical devices, electrical motors and gearboxes, hydraulic systems and valves, etc.
  • Able to use specialized measuring tools such as vernier calipers, micrometers, angle finders, feeler gauges, dial indicators, and/or other specialized diagnostic equipment as provided by the company.
  • Test reassembled equipment and make necessary adjustments or repairs as required. This would include a wide variety of machining processing/production systems.
  • Document all repairs and maintain the necessary documentation required for an IATF-16949 certified maintenance system. Track and document monthly PM reports and daily work orders in a timely fashion, identify equipment breakdown causes and minimize equipment downtime.
  • Request replacement parts, tools, and supplies as required for ordering to ensure on-hand maintenance inventory is adequate.
  • Operate fork lifts, scissor lifts, fall arrest equipment, scaffolding, and other support equipment in a safe manner using supplied training.
  • Work with or without an electrical technician to troubleshoot equipment.
  • Communicate and work effectively with work-team members and other members of the company.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Experience:

  • CNC maintenance technician: 2 years (Preferred)

Location:

  • Hamilton, ON (Preferred)

Language:

  • English (Preferred)