Overview

Company Information:
Our clients product lines are expanding in the private label, over-the-counter production of pharmaceuticals industry. With packaging, manufacturing and distribution sites in California, Florida, New York and South Carolina, the company has the capacity and depth of resources to be highly productive and efficient, which is why their Clinton, SC, operations continues to experience high growth opportunities. This is a family-first facility where staff are supplied with help from executives, operations management and HR capacities as well as a seasoned Maintenance Manager who has been with the company for 30 years.

Benefits and Features:

– 75 cent shift premium for 2nd shift
– Retention bonus of $500 after 90 days and $1000 after 180 days, as long as there are no write-ups or attendance issues
– $250 referral after 90 days and another $250 after 1-year – no writes or attendance issues
– Medical, dental, vision and flexible healthcare spending account
– 401K with employer match up to 4%
– Start with two-weeks of paid time off (prorated based on when you start) and can roll over PTO each year, with no penalty, or get paid out at the end of a year.
– Tuition reimbursement (1,500 a year after one year of employment)
– Plenty of overtime as the business is thriving
– Periodic catered lunches, gift cards for performance and going the extra mile, merit increases, family-oriented, employee appreciation days and Holiday parties.

Schedule
– 2 nd shift (4PM-2:30AM; four 10s; Monday through Thursday, but OT with an every other weekend schedule, as well.)

Your role with the Company:


  • Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic (relay and PLC) equipment.

  • Preventative maintenance scheduling systems (paper system) mostly on gravity and pressure feed piston fillers.

  • Determines root cause and implements solutions for identified problems.

  • Install, inspect and repair equipment (such as pumps, compressors, etc.), various valves, meters, instrumentation and piping.

  • Read and interpret mechanical drawings of machines and equipment.

  • Troubleshoot and repair various conveyors, manufacturing tanks, flowmeters, loadcells and other fluid transfer components


Background:


  • High School diploma or GED is required.

  • 1+ years of maintenance experience in an industrial setting working on mechanical, electrical, 3 Phase Power and 480 voltage.