Maintenance Technicians– are you looking for a contract position that will offer exceptional pay, flexibility, and the opportunity to work with some of the nation’s most prominent manufacturing organizations? Look no further! PMG is the nation’s premier industrial contracting company, with a reputation for integrity and reliability built over the course of our 40-year history. We currently have great assignments for Maintenance Technicians with some of the leaders in the manufacturing industry.
Our dedicated recruiters will provide you with personal, hands-on assistance in matching you with just the right jobs and companies to fit your needs. PMG contract assignments generally require that you travel to various parts of the country for extended periods of time; however, we will pay all travel and housing expenses. We also offer excellent pay, with the potential for you to earn as much in 6-8 months as you would earn in a year elsewhere. This allows you the flexibility to take time off between assignments. We welcome applications from candidates with varying skill sets in the Maintenance and Industrial Electronics field.
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As a Maintenance Technician, you will work for manufacturing and heavy industrial clients in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, chemical, steel and paper mills, power generation and oil & gas. This is a highly skilled electrical and maintenance role in which you will troubleshoot, diagnose, maintain, and repair malfunctioning electrical equipment used in manufacturing processes. You will need to be able to work with or comfortably work around voltages up to 480 3-Phase.
Your specific duties in this role will include:
- Performing maintenance on manufacturing equipment, including hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and electrical components
- Reading blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and technical orders to determine methods of repair
- Aligning, fitting, or assembling component parts using hand or power tools
- Testing electro-mechanical assemblies using a variety of testing instruments
- Ability to troubleshoot PLCs, a plus