The Job Responsibilities
Under general supervision, position is responsible for a variety of manufacturing plant equipment and facilities maintenance operations.
Perform routine repair, maintenance, and installation of equipment such as machining tools, pneumatic/compressors, electronic tools and accessories, etc.
Perform facilities maintenance operations such as routine electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilating and air conditioning repair work.
Perform indoor facilities maintenance and repair such as carpentry and painting.
Perform outdoor grounds and facilities maintenance including painting and snow removal.
Responsible for routine inspection and preventative maintenance operations on equipment, in accordance with established schedule.
Performs other duties as needed and assigned.
High School diploma or the equivalent in education, training and experience.
Minimum of 1 to 3 years previous related manufacturing facilities and equipment maintenance experience.
Additional specialized trades or vocations school training beyond high school a plus
Note: Any physical requirements listed must be deemed an Essential Function of the job.
Ability to focus on details, recall/retain information
Ability to comprehend and express oral and written communication
Ability to focus on work details for a period of time within an environment of occasional audio and visual distractions, mildly fluctuating temperatures and work spaces
Ability to think critically and/or mathematically, in context of disciplinary situations to provide a solution or solve a problem
Ability to effectively handle goods, use tools, move materials, use operating equipment or machinery, etc.
Ability to manipulate, grip, pinch, while using your hands in coordination with your arms to assemble objects, etc.
Ability to coordinate 2 or more limbs while sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, climbing, squatting, etc. (for 8 hours a day)
Ability to use hands, fingers, legs, feet, in a repetitious motion
Ability to lift, carry, push, pull (up to 50 lbs. daily)
Ability to use computers and computer systems (includes hardware and software)
Ability to perform day to day tasks; i.e. maintain information files and processing paperwork
Ability to see details at a close range
Ability to match or detect differences between colors
The Dräger Workplace
At Dräger, it is our passion and dedication to protect, support and save lives. Our dedication to life naturally extends to the quality of our employees’ lives. They are the essence of our company, and without them, we would not be what we are today – a world leader in medical and safety technology. We are searching for people who want to join us in building “Technology for Life”.
In North America, Draeger employees over 1,400 employees working in our major sites in the United States and Canada (in the US: Andover, MA; Telford, PA; Houston / Coppell, TX, and in Canada: Mississauga, ON), including our Sales and Service workforce employees from coast to coast.
The design, development and manufacturing of Draeger’s Patient Monitoring product line takes place in our Andover, Massachusetts location.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Disability and Veteran
Who we are
Draeger is a leading international company in the fields of medical and safety technology. Whether in clinical applications, in industry, mining or emergency services: Draeger products protect, support and save lives. That's what our more than 15,000 employees have been striving for - every day for more than 130 years. Dräger - Technology for Life ®
What we offer
Additional/Voluntary Insurance; Education & Training; Health center and gym; Health Insurance; Retirement Savings; Special Assistance; Time Away; Workplace Wellness