UTILITIES TECHNICIAN I

2018-07-17
Nestle USA (www.nestlejobs.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Little Chute
Wisconsin
United States

Our Story

To get the results a company wants, the priority must be on the people performing the work. Through leadership program investments and continuous improvement tools and processes, we believe in building your capability with skills that will be valued at any Fortune 500 company. We invest in our people because we believe in them and their ability to bring the best products possible to the consumer.

We are a company that started locally and has grown into a billion dollar business. We have small town roots with big business support. This means we can reward our employees? dedication and loyalty with great benefit packages, 401k matches, annual bonus payout and the potential to grow in the company.

It also means we provide not only our on-site company store packed with discounted products as a perk but also access to discounts to partners outside of the Nestle brands.

Our Opportunity

We are currently recruiting for Utility Tech. This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals who want to get their career started or continue their career in food manufacturing.

As part of our ongoing continuous improvement we provide developmental opportunities to further your career within the Maintenance/Engineering/Utility Department, as well as improve problem solving skills and continuous improvement skills. 

The utility technician is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and repair of ammonia refrigeration, boiler, HVAC, and utility equipment/systems, which also includes troubleshooting, being a member on the factory Emergency Response team, and other duties as assigned.

Nestle works a 2-2-3 schedule with 12 hour shifts with opportunities for overtime. The schedule is designed to give you ample work life balance. This is an exciting career opportunity to join the world?s largest food company for candidates looking to jump start their careers with growth and development opportunities.

The ideal candidate has high school diploma or GED required, prior manufacturing experience, prior ammonia experience, RETA-CARO certification is preferred.  Candidate must be able to work in a team environment, have basic verbal and written English language communication skills, has excellent time management skills, ability to frequently lift up to 40lbs, work in various environments, work at heights, and confined spaces.

At times they will need to support other areas of the plant. The position requires good communication skills and teamwork with all departments. Candidates will be chosen based on utilities competence, mechanical/electrical competence, previous experience, plant seniority and attendance. Individuals will need strong time management skills and be self-directed to be able to complete in plant mechanical/electrical projects/repairs.
   
Other duties include equipment logs and reports, utilizing computerized maintenance systems to track equipment reliability and manage time.
  • Maintenance and operation on all major utilities
  • Ammonia Refrigeration
  • Steam Boilers and chemistry control
  • Industrial hot water heaters
  • HVAC systems
  • Water systems, Reverse Osmosis system , softeners, filters
  • Compressed air
  • Glyco heat exchange
 
Work with various refrigerants, chemicals, solvents, paints, fuels, and lubricants. Must be able to work off of ladders and lift equipment. Must be able to work outdoors in any type of weather. Must be able to work in cold/hot environment and confined spaces.

The Nestlé Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.