Facilities Technician

Job Locations US-KS-Lenexa
Category
Facilities

Overview

Turn5 is one of the largest and fastest growing e-commerce retailers in the Greater Philadelphia area.  Best known for our award-winning e-commerce platforms, AmericanMuscle.com, ExtremeTerrain.com and AmericanTrucks.com, we’ve been engaging car enthusiasts with exceptional products, services, and experiences since 2004. 

 

Our purpose, however, extends beyond selling car parts. We have a commitment to creating meaningful customer experiences at every step of their journey. Whether it’s supplying a unique product that customizes the look and feel of their ride, providing thousands of educational videos for the DIYer or leveraging user generated content to inspire even the most experienced owner, we are obsessed with ensuring we reach as many like-minded gearheads across the globe.

 

Reporting to the Facilities Manager, the purpose of the Facilities Technician III is to maintain and troubleshoot various building systems. This requires advanced or mastered understanding of troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical systems. There is a strong emphasis on the troubleshooting and fine-tuning of electrical systems, PLC, and sortation controls to ensure the system is operating at peak production requirements. This technician responds to all critical and emergency issues within the facility and is responsible for prioritizing multiple projects and making independent decisions based on critical needs. This technician is also responsible for training and development of all lower level technicians.

 

Responsibilities

  • Building Maintenance – Performs general facility repairs such as minor plumbing, general to advanced electrical, lighting, and rack Perform minor repairs on doors and dock plates to resolve problems and ensure successful operation. Assists with all major repairs and Tenant Improvement work as requested. Communicate with all peers, customers, and management via JIRA to accomplish assigned and critical tasks. Oversees third party project completion.

 

  • Conveyor System – Supports and performs reactive repairs and preventative maintenance to maintain operation of conveyors and sorter equipment, including the assembly/disassembly of pneumatic sub-systems. Troubleshooting conveyor system controls and adjusts/calibrations or repairs as needed. Works with vendor partners to determine the root cause of issues and appropriate corrections. Oversee production-related issues and makes necessary corrections to sortation controls as needed. Troubleshoot and maintain a PLC driven conveyor.

 

  • Equipment Maintenance – Performs preventative maintenance to production-related equipment, Powered Industrial Trucks, and building equipment as needed. Maintains detailed inventory list of all equipment assets within the building. Maintains spare parts inventory for all equipment within the building to reduce downtime in complete repairs. Identifies and corrects safety hazards and potential maintenance issues before they become critical. Supports the design and implementation of continuous improvement processes.

 

  • Electrical – Maintains and troubleshoots all electrical systems within the building including low and high voltage electrical and control systems. Will work with 110 to 480 volt devices (AC and DC), including repair or replacement of system components.

 

  • System Installation, Design, Construction and Repair – Recommends and performs installations of new or replacement facility equipment. Works with or oversees in-house and third party installation.

 

  • Problem Solving – Detect, diagnose, and resolve electrical, mechanical, plumbing, heating/cooling, and equipment problems before they impact the operation of the facility.

 

  • Facility Cleanliness / Safety – Oversees and ensures the maintenance shop area is organized, neat, and clean. Identifies and acts immediately regarding any safety hazards, spills, etc., to avoid the risk of accidents. Uses safe lifting techniques and operates power equipment in a safe minor. Abide by all stated regulations while performing works, i.e., lockout/tag out procedures, etc. Oversees inventories, repairs and clean-up of equipment and work area daily. Communicate with all peers, customers, and management regarding safety issues and training requirements.

 

  • Fabrication – Utilize materials and tools to design/create/repair custom equipment to support the operation (i.e., wood, metal, etc.).

 

  • Record Keeping — Perform necessary data entry (i.e., work order tracking/filing) and keep current tools and documents updated as necessary (i.e., Material Safety Data Sheets). Maintains records to ensure accountability of time, parts, and repairs.

 

  • Other Duties / Projects – Must have the ability to read blueprints, manuals and schematics and interpret technical manuals. Must prioritize tasks to ensure all requests are completed in a timely manner. Trains new associates in operational procedures, use of safety equipment and safety hazards. Communicates with and provides updates through JIRA tickets daily. Must possess ability to oversee small/medium-sized projects within the facility and provide oversight of Third Party vendors.

 

Specific Job Knowledge

  • Industrial mechanic trade school courses or certificate (i.e., electrical, controls, plumbing, welding, etc.) or equivalent experience
  • Previous experience with and working knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, including conveyor and related systems in a fast past environment
  • Previous experience with conveyors and related production equipment and systems (i.e., Rapid Route, Flex Sort, Crown, Raymond)
  • Ability to operate power equipment e.g. Reach truck, electric pallet jack, order pickers, etc.
  • Advanced mastery of PLC and sortation control systems
  • Working knowledge of standard building codes and safety regulations
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills
  • Ability to follow blueprints, technical manuals, and engineering specifications
  • Possess strong prioritization skills and be able to make decisions independently
  • Possess strong organizational skills and have the ability to oversee the timely completion of multiple tasks daily
  • Ability to train new employees and mentor junior technicians
  • Good working knowledge of building codes, National Electrical Code (NEC), National Fire Protection Association (NFTA) and OSHA regulations
  • Ability to be on call, work days or nights, weekends and overtime if needed
  • Strong computer skills

Qualifications

  • Education : High school diploma or equivalent amount of previous experience
  • Experience: 5-10 years

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