Maintenance Technician - 2nd Shift - Wausau, WI

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Veritas Steel in Wausau, WI is looking for a Maintenance Technician to fill a position on our 2nd shift. The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the repair of electrical & electronic CNC equipment programming interfaces, portable air and electric production tools, hydraulic equipment, welding equipment & controls, Kinetic burning and drilling machines, and facility building and yard maintenance requiring a high level of technical skill and interface between team members in all areas of the shop while promoting and ensuring a safe working environment.

Shift Available:

2nd Shift: Monday - Thursday: 3:45 PM - 3:30 AM; Friday: 3:45 PM - 8:45 PM - 50 Hours

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

  • Strong knowledge and experience on electronic controls and PLC programming.
  • Certified Lincoln Electric controller repair.
  • Strong background in CNC programming for various machining centers and burn tables.
  • Assure safe equipment handling and repair techniques are always utilized by all personnel
  • Advise floor supervisors of equipment repair status(s)
  • Work with crews to accomplish production goals, and quality needs and requirements
  • Coordinate planning and execution with supervisors to schedule needed equipment & repairs
  • Be an active member of the pre-planning maintenance group
  • Teach and mentor maintenance crew
  • Ensure quality work is being performed
  • Ensure all documentation is filled out and accurate, work orders / logbook
  • When issues occur – stop and alert supervisor(s), discuss a solution
  • Actively identify ways of improving performance
  • Maintain a safe working area and clean up after task is done

Measures of Performance

  • Outstanding safety record: no Serious Accidents involving injury and lost time
  • On-time delivery of scheduled equipment needs
  • Equipment fixed properly the first time and not simply quick fix. Quality of work.
  • Outstanding attendance record
  • Decrease down time in area of responsibility due to innovations, streamlining of tasks, process improvements, effective management and lean manufacturing implementation
  • Positive feedback from co-workers and supervisors on performance and competencies

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Identify problems of all equipment, find a safe solution in a timely manner, know where to go for needed resources, process paperwork, maintain inventory using the implemented process(s)
  • Prioritize, schedule and furnish projects to maintenance crew
  • Effectively communicate with crews, supervisors, and office personnel
  • Anticipate needs of equipment and inform supervisors of status(s)
  • Coordinate work with all shops and yard crews
  • Use personnel skills to enable crews to work effectively (communication, handle issues, prevent personnel problems)
  • Use cost effective processes and solutions

Work relationships and Scope

Reports directly to shift supervisor and works closely with other employees daily.

Working Conditions

A Maintenance Technician working at Veritas Steel perform indoors in a large warehouse environment. There is regular exposure to dirt, dust, paint fumes, noise, moving equipment, heavy steel, and other possible hazardous conditions.

Equipment Operated
Kinetic burn and drilling machining centers, CNC Centers, Beam Lines, Angle Masters, Lincoln Electric Controllers

Earplugs, hardhats, respirator, safety glasses and steel-toed boots are required.


Full time
Wausau, WI 54401, US