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Machine Maintenance Technician

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Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. is the largest manufacturer of furniture in the world. Established in 1945, Ashley offers one of the industry‚ s broadest product assortments to retail partners in 123 countries.
Design, Build, Deliver:
Using our internationally acclaimed in-house design team, we create the look without paying expensive design fees. Then, by adhering to some of the most efficient production standards in the world, we can maximize productivity and minimize waste, generating additional savings for you. Finally, all orders are filled from strategically located regional warehouses and are serviced by our own fleet of trucks, the largest in the industry.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities

-Maintain production equipment utilizing preventative measures along with troubleshooting immediate concerns in fast paced production environment.
-Install, troubleshoot, repair, and preventative maintenance of production equipment.
-Communicate issues to all levels of the organization.
-Develop suggestions and ideas to improve performance and safety of equipment.
-Demonstrate the Company‚ s Core and Growth Values in performance of all job functions.

Job Qualifications
  • Associate Degree
  • -1-5 years in maintenance of production equipment
    -Must be competent in installation and repair of production equipment
    -Strong background in electrical repairs
    -Three phase power (480/240, single phase & various AC/DC voltages)
    -Read electrical schematics to troubleshoot/resolve issues on production equipment
    -High level of mechanical aptitude
    -Ability to do light welding and fabrication
    -PLC, variable frequency and servo drive system, a plus
    We are an equal opportunity employer and provide a drug-free working environment. While Ashley appreciates the interest of all candidates only those meeting specific position requirements may be contacted. Principals Only.



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