Job Description (30%) Inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair and install machinery and equipment Monitor equipment to detect malfunctions Discuss machine operation variations with supervisor or other team members to diagnose problems and repair machines Install, repair or replace electrical devices such as transformers, relays, circuit breakers, starters, and safety and limit switches Layout, assemble, install, and maintain pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment Install, program and troubleshoot automated machinery and Programmable Logic Controllers Install, troubleshoot and repair refrigeration and Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment Service and repair material handling equipment Monitor main electrical panel and troubleshoot as necessary Repair and maintain boilers, water heaters, water conditioning equipment, and all water distribution systems (20%) Follow established preventative maintenance guidelines Coordinate with other departments to schedule maintenance for machines Perform all necessary maintenance and update logs as necessary Assist in the development of Preventative Maintenance Plans to aid in Maintenance Best Practices (20%) Maintain building through painting, repairing minor structural problems, and other repairs as necessary Repair and maintain physical structure of establishment General maintenance repairs of office and building (20%) Ensure proper adherence to all safety and government guidelines Identify safety issues with machines; document issues; develop action plan to resolve concern; follow-up to ensure problems are resolved Monitor machines to ensure all levels are within EPA, OSHA, and other government guidelines; develop action plan to resolve issue if not; follow-up to ensure problems are resolved (10%) Miscellaneous duties Assist in the control and scheduling of projects Monitor inventory and order parts as necessary Monitor energy usage and provide recommendations on better usage QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be proactive and self-motivated, have the ability to evaluate and repair all types of mechanical and electrical equipment and is able to perform under extreme stress when there is equipment failure. Core Competencies should include: Refrigeration Electrical Systems Controls Mechanical Systems Basic Maintenance skills HS Diploma, and/or Technical School Training two years, and/or 3 to 4 years related experience, and/or licensed journeyman of a skilled trade. Basic level computer skills for word processing and spreadsheets Read and interpret blueprints, mechanical and electrical schematic diagrams Effectively present information to peers, upper management and team members in oral and written form Define problems and draw conclusions Interpret technical instructions and diagrams Certificates, Licenses, Regulations EPA REFRIGERATION CERTIFICATION (Type II or Universal) Federal requirement - Team Leader or Maintenance Tech Servicing or Handling Refrigeration equipment Hazardous Materials Certification (Minnesota only) Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function. While performing the duties of this job, the team member is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The team member is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, outside weather conditions, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock, explosion, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate, but can be high. The team member must have a strong safety awareness to insure a safe and healthy work place. Other Skills and Abilities Work with minimal supervision On-call Work well under pressure ONE BRAND. ONE SYSTEM. ONE TEAM.Exceptional franchisees and team members on a mission to be the best pizza delivery company in the World!Company DescriptionDominos started back in 1960 as a single-store location in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Over the years, we expanded to three stores, and thus came the three dots on our logo. The original plan was to keep adding dots for every store, and at over 12,000 stores worldwide (5,800 in the US) you can probably figure out why that original plan didnt work. You might be thinking, Wow, how does Dominos get food to 12,000 stores? Well, thats where you come in. We have 16 food supply and dough manufacturing centers in the US, and seven more across Canada, Hawaii and Alaska. They provide fresh dough, equipment and supplies to franchise and company-owned Dominos stores in the US and Canada. In 2014 alone, these centers made 571,000 deliveries.