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Maintenance Technician – 2nd shift

Website Hoshizaki America, Inc.

Manufacturer of Food Service Equipment

HOSHIZAKI AMERICA, INC. – Peachtree City, Georgia

70 Years…One Vision Our strategic plan to be the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of foodservice equipment is expressed through our CARE program. Plain and simple… we strive to be the best – best products, best practice, best customer satisfaction!


Hoshizaki is committed to our customers in developing original products that bring comfort and convenience to your life.


Built to the highest standards, Hoshizaki pays attention to the details. We strive to exceed customer expectations in our products and services.


Corporations and individuals must work together for a good environment. Sustainability, innovation, preservation, and community are not just buzzwords…at Hoshizaki they’re action plans.


Continuous improvement and extreme challenges – if you not changing – you’re standing still! Hoshizaki ….determined to be the best…because we CARE about you!






A brief description of the primary purpose of this job.

Repairs, adjusts, and maintains production equipment, machinery, or instruments to ensure proper functionality and reliability.  Responds to emergencies, break-downs, malfunctions, and other operating problems to minimize disruptions to manufacturing processes.



Primary/major job responsibilities that will be performed by this job.

Repairs and maintains specialized machinery and equipment with integrated electrical and mechanical components.
Uses the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to receive work orders and record parts used.
Interprets electrical and mechanical diagrams to understand operation of various equipment.
Troubleshoots, diagnoses and test equipment problems. Performs periodic inspections of equipment and works vendors to acquire materials and supplies for repairs.
Works with manufacturing production employees to sets, calibrate, or adjust equipment, machinery, and instruments for compliance with production specifications or instructions.
Maintains detailed maintenance records so that recurring problems with machinery, equipment, or parts can be identified and addressed.
Performs equipment failure analyses including preventative and unscheduled maintenance.  Evaluates and recommends equipment improvements to improve availability, capability and yield.
Prepares technical reports to document equipment modifications and equipment maintenance procedures.
Adheres to safety standards by promoting a safe work environment.

The minimum education and experience required to successfully perform the essential functions.  Preferred requirements can also be included in this section.

Associates degree in Mechanical , Electrical or Industrial Maintenance and three years of manufacturing experience; strong hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical and industrial skills with some PLC and HVAC experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.



Skills, abilities, or special licenses needed to perform the job (software, professional certifications, drivers’ license, languages, etc.)

Working knowledge of pneumatic and hydraulic systems
Working knowledge of clutch/brake systems
Ability to replace timing belts and adjust for proper mechanical or electrical timing
Understanding of pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical wiring schematics
Ability to read, trouble shoot and make basic modifications to PLC ladder logic
Ability to run conduit, (EMT, Rigid, PVC and Flex),
Ability to solder copper pipe
Proficiency with computerized maintenance management system CMMS
Ability to troubleshoot HVAC systems including refrigerant handling skills



Works predominantly on the manufacturing floor. May be exposed to heat, electrical and mechanical hazards, noise, solvents, dust, dirt, fumes, contaminants, cold, noise, vibration, etc.
Climbing, stooping, kneeling, lifting, pulling, pushing and ability to move material weighing up to 40 lbs
Ability to perform basic preventive maintenance tasks on tools and equipment
Ability to use of hand tools, power tools, gas torches and measuring instruments
Ability to read blueprints, technical manuals and use measuring equipment
Requires standing for prolonged periods of time
Manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination
Must be able to walk and use hands
Ability to read, write, listen and speak
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, 11 paid holidays, vacation, 401 k, Short Term/Long Term Disability and educational reimbursement. Additional information on the company can be obtained at. . Qualified candidates are encouraged to fax or e-mail their resumes and salary requirements to 770.487.8190;


Drug Free Workplace


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October 5th, 2017|