Title: Maintenance Manager
- Responsibility to ensure equipment proper function
- Performing company technical projects
- Managing plant technical staff
- Continuous technical communication with engineers in Parent Company
- Experience in the plastics industry
- Preferable Degree in Engineering
- Ability to accept and perform technical instructions
About the Company:
For over 40 years, this Plastic Manufacturer has been growing their product line and building a strong global footprint. They are making strides in both environmentally conscience and energy saving technologies. Within the last few years, they have relocated to a 100,000-sq. ft. facility, brought a new production line to manufacture in the USA, grown 20% year over year and added multiple positions. Due to their growth, they are looking to add to their team.
Basic knowledge in the following fields:
Types and properties of plastics, processing methods, processing tools (dies, moulds), pre-drying, regrinding and recycling, coloring, testing and measuring methods, materials identification
Heating and cooling:
Chillers, heat exchangers, water treatment, thermocouples, heating elements, heating/cooling control systems, air-conditioning, humid air, dust and clean rooms, piping
Pumps, blowers, induction and DC motors, compressors, reduction gear boxes, vacuum pumps
Metal machine tooling methods:
Lathe, milling machine, grounding machine, polishing, metal coating, screw thread, metal types and properties
Simple constructions, strength of materials, welding, soldering, industrial painting
Pneumatic and hydraulic systems:
Pistons, valves, control, industrial automation
Cranes, forklifts, working tools, cleaning tools
Competitive Compensation Package:
- Medical and Dental Benefits within 90 days.
- 401k with company match
- Paid time off
About Charlotte, NC
Charlotte is the nation’s second-largest banking center. The industry diversification, along with a world-ranked international airport, low cost of doing business and superior quality of life, lead companies to move and expand here. Manufacturing, healthcare and the energy industry are key components of the Charlotte business community. The Charlotte metro area ranks 20th nationally in metros with Fortune 500 headquarters.
As a large, growing city, Charlotte offers entertainment with professional sports teams, access to the outdoors through many greenways and hiking spots as well as a shopping and dining that challenge the best in the country.