Role Profile Mechanic (Junior and Senior Level) Reports to (Title) Maintenance Manager Business Unit Manufacturing Company Background At TemperPack, we’ve found a niche in developing thermal packaging solutions for clients shipping perishable goods. We focus on understanding the logistical headaches and consumer pain points of delivering and receiving perishable goods. We combine our expertise in Packaging Design, Material Science, and Custom Manufacturing to build products that perform well but are more environmentally friendly. Job Description We are seeking both Junior and Senior Mechanics who will ensure that our production and manufacturing assets are fully utilized and maintained on a daily basis while adhering to proper safety rules and regulations. The incumbent will be asked to perform routine maintenance on sophisticated equipment (extruder, panel line) as well as assist with and the Senior Mechanic will have the opportunity to oversee the development of our Junior Mechanics in maintaining equipment. The Mechanics will work with the Maintenance Manager to plan and schedule equipment downtime, along with documenting logs and machine failures. These positions report to the Maintenance Manager and are based in Richmond, VA. Compensation and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience level. Essential Job Functions: Maintain machine logs to record the type and incidence of errors, repairs or maintenance performed and machine settings. Lead preventative and routine mechanical maintenance on machines. Lead mechanical breakdown and/or repair on equipment including rigging, disassembly, cleaning and re-alignment of extrusion system. Maintain and repair support infrastructure including both air and water supplies. Troubleshoot performance issues working with machine operators and engineers by listening, checking speed, tracking belts, etc. Assist with and oversee the development of Junior Mechanics. Experience: Categorization as Junior or Senior will be based on the following: Experience with extrusion or lamination machines or comparable manufacturing process. Experience as millwright, pipefitter or steelworker, preferred. Proven experience leading a major maintenance activity. Exposure to managerial role. Education and Certifications: High School degree or GED; Technical or Vocation School, preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge and high-level efficiency of hand tools, power tools, drill press, grinders, etc. Knowledge of safe working practices with rotating and high voltage machinery. Knowledge of OSHA requirements including lock-out/tag-out, confined spaces, MSDS, etc. Ability to disassemble and assemble gearboxes, pumps. Ability to identify and measure critical tolerances or dimensions. Ability to know that gearboxes and pumps need alignment. Ability to work cohesively with other team members, and to contribute positively to the work environment.