Niagara Bottling LLC Maintenance Technician in Hazle Township, Pennsylvania
At Niagara, we’re looking for Team Members who want to be part of achieving our mission to provide our customers the highest quality most affordable bottled water.
Consider applying here, if you want to:
Work in an entrepreneurial and dynamic environment with a chance to make an impact.
Develop lasting relationships with great people.
Have the opportunity to build a satisfying career.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages for our Team Members.
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for ensuring equipment uptime through timely, in-depth
troubleshooting and repair. The Maintenance Technician performs troubleshooting and repair of all
production equipment including injection molders, blow molders, fillers/cappers, labelers, case packers,
conveyors, palletizers, and stretch wrappers. The Maintenance Technician also performs
troubleshooting and repair of facilities and auxiliary equipment, such as chillers, air compressors,
Reverse Osmosis, other water filtration equipment and general maintenance of the plant. The
Maintenance Technician works directly with machine Operators, Supervisors, Preventative Maintenance
Mechanics and Sr. Maintenance Technicians to resolve mechanical issues that arise during shift. The
Maintenance Technician proposes solutions to complex and reoccurring problems on production
equipment to Sr. Mechanics and Management to resolve issues.
• Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems using schematics, technical
drawings and testing equipment
• Repair equipment, fixtures, systems, conveyors, and other equipment at facility
• Modify, lubricate, diagnose, and operate equipment in accordance with Niagara’s defined processes
• Maintain industrial control systems
• Work independently and with other team members to complete repairs in a safe and timely manner
- May fill in for production operator as needed
• Create and report repairs throughout shift. Complete required work order paperwork, document parts
and material usage
• Understand and follow plant safety rules including safe lifting practices and safe machine operation.
Personal Protective Equipment is to be used where required
• Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the job to ensure equipment and facilityuptime
• Please note this job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or
responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities
may change at any time with or without prior notice
4 Years – Experience in Field or similar maintenance environment
4 Years – Experience in Position
4 Years – Experience managing people/projects
*experience may include a combination of work experience and education
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and resolve issues across multiple departments
Basic experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Effective communication of issues and solutions to cross-functional team members
Ability to read and interpret schematics: electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic
Skilled in the use of shop equipment such as hydraulic and mechanical presses, bench grinder, drill press, mill and lathe, and assorted power tools
Proficient skills with precision measuring equipment, such as calipers, dial indicators, bore gauges, and depth gauges
Willingness to be a technical leader and trainer within a specific area of plant or machine center
Will need own toolbox and basic tools
6 Years– Experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment
6 Years – Experience working in Position
6 Years – Experience managing people/projects
*experience may include a combination of work experience and education
Experience in high-speed manufacturing, bottling, beverage, packaging, or plastics industries
Experience with the following technologies:
Variable frequency drive (VFD), servo drives, and servo motor
Rotary equipment such as rotary press or filler
Thermodynamics, heat transfer, or plastics processing
Krones, Sidel, or Husky equipment
HVAC including chillers and/or air compressors
Experience working with electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic schematics for troubleshooting
Skilled in fabrication capabilities such as cutting and welding (mig, tig or stick)
Skilled working with electrical systems including 480VAC & 24VDC power
Ability to read and interpret schematics for process and instrumentation diagrams
Skilled in the repair of variable frequency drives, servo motors and controllers, communication systems (asi-bus, can-bus, profi-bus, ethernet), PLC input/output cards, and safety modules
This position embodies the values of Niagara’s LIFE competency model, focusing on the following key drivers of success:
Lead Like an Owner
Makes safety the number one priority
Keeps alert for safety issues and escalates immediately
Effectively prioritizes tasks based on department goals
Shows respect to others and confronts interpersonal issues directly
Prioritizes resolution of customer issues effectively
Responds promptly and honors commitments to internal and external customers
Makes recommendations to continuously improve policies, methods, procedures, and/or products
Demonstrates adaptability by reacting appropriately to unexpected changes in situations or circumstances
Increases performance through greater efficiency
Find a Way
Seeks to develop technical knowledge through learning from other experts
Understands interdepartmental impact of individual decisions and actions
Seeks solutions rather than placing blame
Empowered to be Great
Consistently looks for ways to improve one’s self through growth and development opportunities
Communicates clearly and promptly up, down, and across
Communicates effectively to manage expectations
High School Diploma
Associate’s Degree in manufacturing, manufacturing technology, mechatronics, industrial manufacturing, manufacturing automation or other similar manufacturing-related specialization
Required: None Required
Preferred: None Required
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Niagara Bottling, LLC has been family owned and operated since 1963. Niagara is a leading bottled water manufacturer in the U.S., supplying major retailers across the nation. With incredible growth over the past several years, the career possibilities at Niagara are endless!
Niagara’s culture is fast-paced, innovative and intensely collaborative. Our Team Members are passionate, driven and always find a way to get the job done. We work hard and play hard while staying true to our family atmosphere.
From competitive benefits and retirement options to educational reimbursements, ongoing training courses and exciting career advancement opportunities, at Niagara we truly take care of our Team Members.
We hope that you consider joining our Niagara family!
Niagara Bottling LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, veteran status or disability in relation to our recruiting, hiring, and promoting practices.