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Smryna, GA US
Candidates must have a minimum of (2) years of maintenance experience on industrial level equipment. A strong electrical skill set is required for this position as you will be troubleshooting and replacing 3 Phase motors and variable frequency drives. You must have the ability to troubleshoot and repair worn bushings, bearings, pulley/conveyor systems as needed.
1st and 2nd shift roles are available, and the plant runs six days per week.
Base salary, with approximately 5-10 hours of overtime are available each week. The benefits package is comprehensive with health, life, dental, vision, disability insurance, along with a 401k with company match, and robust PTO program. Free donuts are a perk.
The median home price is $267, 540K, median rent rate is $838/month.
This company is invested in its people. As the client has continued to grow there is tremendous focus on the personal improvement of their employees, by offering stretch assignments and specific department development initiatives. The company has partnered with the American Institute of Baking for baking training and Dale Carnegie for leadership training and Dave Ramsey for financial coaching. Their goal is to create an environment that encourages associates to achieve. It is a small company (less than two hundred people) with a family feel. They invest heavily in employee wellness and development. Most Maintenance Technicians have a very long tenure. The company has several US locations and supports reassignment to other plants as desired for promotion/career flexibility.
The HR director is a Navy veteran and believes that veterans are a truly valuable resource to the company and is actively working veteran hiring incentives. The client has made significant investments in state-of-the-art equipment and are actively expanding their footprint across the United States. The company prefers to hire internally, and there is potential promotion potential.