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Triumph Maintenance Facilities Technician in Yakima, Washington

Triumph Group


Summary Perform all related maintenance duties to plant equipment and machines under limited supervision

Positions: Hiring range and position pay range may differ, commensurate with education, qualifications, and experience. Maintenance Technician 1: $20.15 - $ 28.44/Hour + 10% Shift Premium • 1-2 years of industrial CNC machine tool or hydraulics experience.

Maintenance Technician 2: $23.38 - $33.00/Hour + 10% Shift Premium • 2-3 years of industrial CNC machine tool or hydraulics experience.

Maintenance Technician 3: $27.22 - $38.42/Hour + 10% Shift Premium • 4-5 years of industrial CNC machine tool or hydraulics experience.

Maintenance Technician 4: $32.65 - $46.09/Hour + 10% Shift Premium • 6 -- 7 years of industrial CNC machine tool or hydraulics experience.

Shifts: 3rd Shift Position: Sunday - Thursday; 10:00 PM - 6:30 AM

Essential Duties and Responsibilities • Troubleshoot, design, retrofit, and repair electrical systems, electronic controls, automation systems, PLCs, communication systems, servo drive systems, and computer-related equipment. • CNC Machine tool mechanical, Geometrical, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic systems troubleshooting, repair, and installation. • Design, install, troubleshoot, and repair precise high-pressure hydraulic systems. • Filtration systems maintenance. Critical component inventory control. • Schedule and perform Annual, Semi-annual, and Quarterly scheduled Preventive Maintenance (PM) on machine tools and facility equipment. • Act as Total Preventative Maintenance (TPM) focal by collecting, reviewing, and reporting TPM completion sheets throughout the facility. • Miscellaneous fabrication work as necessary to support production needs. • Meeting production deadlines by following manufacturing schedules and procedures. Working with support resources and cell leaders to resolve production problems when they arise. • Assist the maintenance supervisor in the creation of task Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and work instructions. • Collaborate with technical staff and management to identify process improvements and plant changes. Assist the development and implementation of action plans to diagnose the root cause of equipment issues. • Maintaining a safe working environment by adhering to safety policies, contributing to risk mitigation management teams, and keeping all work areas clean. • Continuously striving to find ways to make the manufacturing process more efficient and effective. • Contributing to the overall effectiveness of the assembly department through participation in FOD, 5S, TPM, PM, and Process Improvement programs. • Available for unannounced overtime and being on call for weekend emergencies. • Other duties may be assigned.


Minimum Education/Experience Requirement: • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or equivalent required • Preferred 2-year technical degree in a related field. • Prefer experience with Fanuc, Mitsubishi, Siemens, and Okuma machine tool controls.

Demonstrated experience preferred: • Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. • Precision measuring devices. • Ability to read and interpret drawings/blueprints, wire schematics, and machine literature. • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. • Direct experience with methodical root cause analysis. •