- Diagnosing and rectifying hydraulic and pneumatic system breakdowns.
- Refurbishing worn or damaged hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
- Evaluating repairs and breakdowns.
- Executing measurements of process parameters.
- Identifying faults in the field hydraulic and pneumatic system on production lines.
- Analysing and solving malfunctions on the operating system,
- Fine-tuning of the machines to optimise the product flow.
- Optimising the hydraulic and pneumatic system and inspection devices, to ensure a high-quality product.
- Ensuring the efficiency and continuity of machinery and equipment of the production line.
- Carrying out periodical and preventive maintenance of the operating system, according to the maintenance plan.
- Preventing future hydraulic and pneumatic problems to occur, by performing scheduled maintenance, in line with the maintenance plan.
- Performing daily check-ups to make sure that all machines work fine and to minimise the downtime of the production lines.
- Checking connections of machinery and equipment (e.g. motors, sensors, pumps and compressors).
- Using measuring and diagnostic devices to evaluate the working and control of hydraulic and pneumatic components.
- Inspecting and cleaning the hydraulic and pneumatic systems, fans and fan filters.
- Carrying out periodic hydraulic and pneumatic maintenance work, based on the daily planning provided by the Mechanical Section Supervisor.
- Adjusting machines and replace old pneumatic and hydraulic components according to its specifications.
- Performing installation of hydraulic and pneumatic fitting works
- Identifying opportunities for improvement to secure a smooth and trouble-free operation of machines.
- Performing improvements projects on existing lines and test the functionality of the machines.
- Conducting maintenance on building utilities.
- Solving complex machine breakdowns to minimise production downtimes.
- Reading technical drawings, manuals and machine instructions.
- Locating the root cause of the problem by examining the machine and performing measurements and tests.
- Interpreting the measured values and determining the best repair method.
- Repairing or replacing parts with (hand) tools and rectifying faults in pneumatic and hydraulic part of machines.
- Request assistance in case of complex breakdowns.
- Participating in the implementation of new investment projects.
- Supporting external suppliers in installing production equipment.
- Writing a daily report.
- Keeping technical documentation, manuals and drawings up to date.
- Creating backups of previous program versions installed.
- Reporting the condition of various machinery and troubleshooting.
- Wearing and using the prescribed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the designated areas.
- Complying with all regulations, rules, procedures and policies in the field of health & safety,
- environment and food safety.
- Complying with NEN 3140/1010.
- Collaborating with and informing fellow maintenance colleagues.
- Setting priorities in consultation with the Mechanical Section Supervisor and Shift Supervisors
- Discussing works status with Mechanical Section Supervisor.
- Collaborating with Operators during process optimisation or maintenance activities.
- Liaising and supporting external contractors on site in carrying out maintenance activities.
- Communicating with the Spare Parts Engineer and Designer or directly with machine suppliers regarding needed spare parts.
- Determine technical solutions within the agreed frameworks and, if necessary, in consultation with the Mechanical Section Supervisor
- Change production line speeds after approval of the Production Manager or Maintenance Manager in consultation with Mechanical Section Supervisor or Shift Supervisor.
- Determine the work order and approach.
- Ensuring proper maintenance in accordance with the maintenance plan.
- Resolving problems/change overs quickly to ensure production continuity.
- Ensuring the quality of maintenance work to technical installations and facilities.
- Ensuring compliance with all regulations, rules, procedures and policies in the field of health & safety, environment and food safety.
Our client Group is one of the most technologically advanced packaging manufacturers in Europe. The Group owes its excellent standing on the European and Middle East markets to the high quality of its products and modern manufacturing technology. The combination of the dedication of the highly involved and well-trained employees, the short delivery time and the attractive delivery terms make our client successful on the market.
Our client opened a brand new beverage can factory in 2017 on the industrial site in Helmond. Due to the enormous growth of our organization we are looking for enthusiastic employees who want to take on the challenge to make a success of this expansion, which will be taken into use in the autumn of 2019.
Functie-eisen• Electronic/technical background.
- Educational level of MBO+
- Knowledge of maintenance and repair of operating systems, including error analysis.
- (Preventive) maintenance skills.
- Insight into all installations and facilities.
- Analysing and programming skills.
- Knowledge of Allen Bradley.
- Knowledge of sensors and control devices.
- Working knowledge of electronic/electrical systems and components.
- Knowledge of rotating equipment (pumps, gearboxes, conveyors, ventilators).
- Understanding of factory processes.
- Ability to use assigned tools and measuring devices.
- Ability to read and interpret technical drawings, machine manuals and electrical diagrams.
- Knowledge of ISO/BRC standards, HACCP principles and health & safety regulations (NEN 3140/1010).
- Secondary vocational education level 4 (MBO niv. 4).
- Good command of the English language - Dutch is preferred but not required
- Full-time position
- Preferable starting date: As soon as possible
- Perm position, direct contract at the client