Plant Maintenance Technician


Performs work in the areas of mechanical maintenance, fabrication, and assembly using sound maintenance practices designed to maintain desired equipment reliability. Is the entry level classification in the maintenance technician series. Employees in the classification receive on the job training and experience in the maintenance on concrete plants. As experience and proficiency are gained, assignments will become more varied and difficult and supervision becomes more general rather than direct.

Individual accountabilities

· Ensure trouble-free operation of all environmental systems such as dust collection systems.

· To complete specific repair projects as assigned Individual accountabilities.

· Follow plant safety policies and procedures, actively participate in a team safety environment, and report all safety and environmental concerns and hazards in a timely manner.

· Dismantles, repairs, and reassembles complex mechanical equipment.

· Troubleshoot potential concerns required to achieve and maintain maximum productivity.

· Report maintenance problems to the appropriate supervisor, coordinator or engineer for action and/or participate in corrective actions if appropriate.

· Keep up-to-date on all maintenance procedural changes.

· Complete preventive inspections and document findings as required.

· Perform necessary tasks to ensure good housekeeping for a safe and efficient operation.

· Safely operate mobile equipment as required to complete assigned tasks.

· Work with minimal supervision.

· Occasionally work shifts, including weekends and paid holidays as operating schedules dictate.

· Participate in the on call program.


High School Diploma or GED

Technical knowledge and certifications

· Trade certificate, technical degree , license or equivalent preferred.

· Minimum of 3 years in an industrial equipment repair and diagnosis role

· Position requires standing for long periods in and around confined spaces (under equipment, between spaces etc., crawling, climbing (heights often over 20 feet) and repetitive hand / arm motions

· Valid United States Driver’s License..

· Ability to read and interpret electrical diagrams.

· Ability to research and comprehend operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and mechanical drawings.

· Communicate effectively with Supervisors and Department Management.

· Ability to write routine reports and correspondence including accurate work order history.

· Demonstrate ability to complete quality work in a timely fashion, without rework.

· Ability to employ trade-related mathematics.

· Ability to solve practical problems and troubleshoot complex machinery systems for failure mode and effect


Atlanta (South Side), Georgia