A Maintenance Mechanic job is available at our Columbia Crest Winery in Paterson, WA. This position supports the maintenance and operations teams with the wine making process. This job encompasses operational needs from the vine to finished goods. Key functions of this position are to support high speed bottling, harvest equipment, utilities, and facilities. This role perform troubleshooting, upgrades, repairs. Assist with installations of plant systems, production equipment and related system components. It is important to have working knowledge of tools materials and documentation needed for perform these tasks. You will work with maintenance management and planning teams to ensure maximum operating efficiency of all plant systems and equipment.
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is a premium wine company that is proud to call the greater Seattle area our home. We are a collection of distinctive wine estates and maker of some of the finest wines in the world because we value our vineyards and the art of winemaking. This focus has resulted in our ability to offer our consumers extraordinary and distinctive wines from some of the best regions in the world.
Maintenance Mechanic II job responsibilities include:
Install and align motors, gear boxes, pumps, and other mechanical systems
Use diagnostic tools such as VOM, AMP Meters and other test equipment needed for preventive maintenance of equipment
Utilize the CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Software) System JDE. This will include creating work orders, documenting work performed, created follow up work for corrective work repairs needed to include scope of work, parts needed for repairs.
Complete work assigned in a timely manner to stay within compliance of the weekly and longer-term maintenance preventative maintenance schedule and work plans.
Follow preventative maintenance plans, procedures, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and scope of work as assigned
Engage in project related discussions intended to increase and enhance overall equipment and production efficiencies across the site.
Promotes preventative maintenance strategies to prevent unplanned breakdowns or repairs
Repair, maintain and troubleshoot industrial food processing machinery including but not limited to pumps, conveyor systems, bottle fillers, stretch wrappers, case erectors, case packers, capsule applicators, labelers, and other equipment as assigned.
Read schematics and manuals and troubleshoot problems using those materials.
Perform pipefitting, soldering, and brazing
Plan layouts and installation of mechanical equipment and safety systems.
Program/troubleshoot Allen Bradley PLC 500, Control Logix's, Device net, Ethernet IP
Be willing to learn and follow all SMWE Safety Policies related to their scope of work. Be able to apply these practices during daily operations. Some examples would include: LOTO, Hearing Conservation, elevated work, confined space, hot work, Arc Flash and Safety procedures set by the SMWE Environmental Health and Safety Department.
Attend Provided Training required Perform all work in a manner that meets and follows regulatory compliance, good manufacturing procedures (GMP's), HAACP to Meet Industrial Standards
Trains lesser skilled technicians, guides the maintenance team on best practices and GMP's
Other related duties as assigned
Previous Experience to include:
Advanced knowledge of Control Logix's, RS networks, and Factory Talk programming software.
Working knowledge and experience with VFDs, electrical motors, process controls (PLCs), lighting, Alarm systems, fire systems, intercoms, and network wiring Instrument calibrations
Experience with thermal imaging, meters, and other test equipment needed for preventive maintenance Knowledge in refrigeration systems
Welding, fabrication knowledge and experience to include, MIG, TIG, STICK and Gas welding process for stainless steel, mild steel, and aluminum, that would include cutting, welding, grinding, fitting
Have a proven track record of continuous improvement methodologies, root cause of equipment failure and meantime between failure
High School Diploma required. Technical school coursework preferred.
Mechanical Experience in areas related to packaging and juice production.
Possess Mechanical Aptitude with a Desire to progress in Skill level
Must be able to obtain Forklift, Manlift and Scissor lift operator cards
Ability to work extended hours during harvest & peak periods to include rotating shift work
$23.05 - $29.96/hr. based upon relevant experience.
At Ste. Michelle Wine Estates we believe in paying our employees equal pay for equal work. Individual offers are made dependent upon a candidate's prior experience and education level as it pertains to the role.
Benefits of working with Ste. Michelle Wine Estates:
Our Total Rewards programs are designed to attract, motivate, and retain talented, curious people with a passion for innovation, collaboration, continuous improvement, and growth. We offer leading programs that inspire and reward superior performance and foster an inclusive, diverse, and healthy workforce.
Health Care Coverage including medical, dental, vision & prescription - eligible on date of hire for full-time employees
Paid Vacation & Holidays
401(k) with Employer Match and Supplemental Contribution
Employee Wine Discounts
Culture at Ste. Michelle:
We Challenge: We are driven to succeed in everything we do, and we challenge ourselves and our team to perform at the highest level.
We Care: We put people first - our team, our consumers, our customers, our communities.
We Collaborate: We believe there is nothing we can't accomplish - together - and we believe lifting up those around us is essential to achieving both individual and collective success.
Harvest your potential, Uncork the possibilities! If you are interested in the Maintenance Mechanic II job in Paterson, WA please apply now.
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is an equal opportunity employer. We consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other protected class. For more information, see the EEOC's "Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law" poster.
High School (required)
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Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is an equal opportunity employer. We consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other protected class. Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources department at 425-488-1133.