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Facility Maintenance Technician - Richmond, MO

Company Name:
Henkel
Henkel, a global company, has an exciting opportunity for a Facility Maintenance Technician at our production facility in Richmond, MO.
Why work for Henkel?
- Competitive pay structure
- Eligible for health and retirement benefits on first day of employment.
- Full-time, permanent position
- Strong growth potential - Henkel is a global company that has been in business since 1876.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please visit our career site at www.henkelna.com - the job number for this opening is 6797US.
For your convenience, below is a direct link to the job posting.
- Richmond, MO: http://jobdetails.henkel.com/index.html?lang=en&refno=6797US#.U1geaZ5-290
Henkel Adhesive Technologies is a worldwide leader in bonding, sealing and surface treatments - thanks to our ambitious people. We create unique value for our clients and our technologies can be found in many objects touching our lives every day. Our success is built on constant innovation and people who strive for excellence. Working at Henkel is much more than just a job. Its a passion. Have you got what it takes?
This position is 2nd shift.
What we offer:
Perform preventative maintenance and troubleshoot production and facility equipment.
Installation of electrical wiring for the building and new equipment.
Build electrical components for production equipment.
Operate torch to cut steel, metal fabrication and mig or stick welding to bond metal.
Installation of drains, water supplies, cooling and heating equipment for building and production.
Repair and modify cooling and heating equipment for building and production.
Installation and repair of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment used in production.
Henkel is an equal opportunity employer
Minority / Female / Disabled / Veteran
Job Requirements:
HS Diploma/GED Required; Trade school a plus.
Must have working knowledge of the National Electrical Code and plumbing codes
Ability to draw basic electrical prints.
Operating knowledge of PLC's.
Ability to tig weld steel and aluminum.
Ability to operate milling equipment to manufacture precision parts.
Ability to size motors, motor starters, thermal overloads, and fuses for individual applications.
Ability to calibrate key equipment to support product quality.

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