Maintenance Technician - C Shift (7pm-7am)

What Ops Maintenance contributes to Cardinal Health

Maintenance is responsible for managing the service life of company assets which is inclusive of physical building and utilities, manufacturing/ warehouse equipment and tooling, office devices and physical layout of facility. This responsibility is completed through the management of appropriate internal and external resources as needed to ensure the dependable and safe operations environment necessary for a given Cardinal facility. This group has responsibility for both corrective and preventative maintenance and the necessary systems to manage, schedule and record this activity.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and follow up skills required
  • 4+ years experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft office
  • Good written communication skills>

What is expected of you and others at this level

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of hydraulic, pneumatic, vacuum, electrical, basic HVAC, instrumentation/controls, AC/DC drives and PLC’s.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair 3 Phase electrical power systems and mechanical systems.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair pneumatic, hydraulic and vacuum systems.
  • Ability to work with control panels/relay logic.
  • Equipment Installation/Relocation includes but not limited to:
  • Running electric/pneumatic utilities to equipment
  • Conduit hanging
  • Wiring AC/DC motors, starters, relays, timers, etc.
  • Troubleshooting and repair of automated control systems.
  • Wire machines to the manufactures schematic.
  • Ability to isolate problems without complete schematic.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair various sensors associated with automated equipment-control systems.
  • Troubleshoot magnetic reed switches, limit switches
  • Troubleshoot proximity sensors, fiber optic sensors.
  • Troubleshoot retro-reflective photo eyes, non-reflective photo eyes etc.
  • Functional understanding of programmable logic controller and ladder logic.
  • Isolate drive system control problems.