DC Technician III- 2nd & 3rd Shift

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Facilities Supervisor/Manager, the DC Technician III s primary responsibilities are to perform preventive maintenance and repair tasks on conveyors, sorters, shuttles and related automated material handling assets; troubleshooting/diagnostics and repair of mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and control system components of the conveyor system and building components, including but not limited to: PLCs; AC/DC drives; AC invertors; Linear motors; Power distribution; Communication systems (CAN, ASi, Profi, Ethernet, etc.).

Additional duties include:

  • Responding to calls for assistance with building issues, conveyor jams or shut downs and other facility issues.
  • Projects to support Operations Departments.
  • General building repairs including plumbing, electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and carpentry repairs.
  • Maintain shop equipment in working condition
  • General work area housekeeping and stock keeping responsibilities.
  • Utilization of CMMS to enter daily maintenance activities.
  • Ability to work independently on projects and work assignments.
  • Work with contractors, service providers and other Facilities personnel.
  • Operate all automated material handling and mobile equipment within the Distribution Center.
  • Communicate status of work-in-progress and completion estimate with team and management.
  • Remain current in training for LOTO, NFPA/NEC standards and other KPI, as required by policies.
  • Repair and maintenance of PIE fleet and associated assets, including picking carts, batteries, battery changing equipment.
  • Assisting with complex repairs and projects on automated material handling/conveyor system.

Preferred Education & Experience:

  • Technical degree preferred with focus on Electrical and Automated Systems.
  • 5 years of building and equipment maintenance experience required with 2 years or equivalent experience maintaining automated conveyor systems
  • Must possess intermediate computer skills, specifically regarding MS Outlook and Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) programs.
  • Knowledge and application of safe work practices, including LOTO standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to follow directions with acute attention to detail and high level of record keeping accuracy.
  • Demonstrated competency of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and pneumatic concepts.
  • Skilled at using electrical multi-meters, hand tools, power tools, welding equipment, calipers, gauges, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and interpret MEP (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing) drawings and schematics.
  • Strong understanding of power distribution and control circuits.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and repair I/O device networks such as Profibus, Data Highway, ASiBus, Ethernet and CanBus.
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize computer-based monitoring equipment to diagnose automated material handling systems and building automation systems.
  • Demonstrated experienced with AC/DC drive set-up, programming and fault resolution.
  • Ability to develop skill sets through ongoing training in both formal and informal settings.
  • Demonstrated reliability/flexibility in regard to attendance.

Work Environment

  • Work conditions are typical of Distribution Center
  • Ability to lift heavy material up to 75 lbs. and frequently work in difficult positions.
  • Ability to grasp, bend and lift.
  • Ability to work at heights and unusual position.
  • Able to safely operate all hand tools and operate powered industrial equipment including forklifts, pallet-jacks, and handcarts.
  • Must be able to tolerate an environment with exposure to heat, cold, noise, dust and work around moving equipment often times while working in uncomfortable positions.

Company Overview

Grainger is a broad line, business-to-business distributor of maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) supplies and other related products and services. More than 3. 2 million businesses and institutions worldwide rely on Grainger for products such as safety gloves, ladders, motors and janitorial supplies, along with services like inventory management and technical support. These customers represent a broad collection of industries including commercial, government, healthcare and manufacturing. They place orders online, on mobile devices, through sales representatives, over the phone and at local branches. Approximately 5,000 suppliers provide Grainger with more than 1. 6 million products stocked in Grainger s distribution centers and branches worldwide.

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