GPC - Genuine Parts Company Conveyor Belt Service Technician in CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa
MI Conveyance Solutions Conveyor Belt Service Technician provides the highest level of mechanical service to meet the needs of our customers. Whether repairing and installing conveyor belts or repairing and maintaining mechanical equipment, we cater to the needs of our customers to keep their industry in motion. Offering, product and service training to advance your career with a world class company. MI Conveyance offers competitive pay, the opportunity for overtime, excellent benefits package including healthcare coverage, 401(k), tuition reimbursement, vacation, sick, and holiday pay.
Performs on-site belt installation, splicing and preventative maintenance and call outs for emergency repairs.
Fabricate lightweight and heavyweight conveyor belts in shop.
Performs rigging to facilitate the lifting of belt rolls, presses and tooling on and off conveyor systems.
Performs basic millwright tasks such as torch heating and cutting as well as the removal and installation of conveyor components such as bearings, idlers, pulleys, gearboxes and motors.
Serves as customer contact on technical and service-related issues.
Works under direct supervision and follows detailed guidelines to work on moderately complex repairs and installations.
Works in a safe, courteous, and professional manner always.
Ensures that processes and environmental conditions comply with local and national regulatory agencies, and Motion's safety standards.
Performs other duties as assigned.
- Technical training and mechanical aptitude a plus, not required
- Valid Driver’s License Required
Push/pull up to 100 pounds
Lift/carry up to 100 pounds
Lift bulky objects
Neck rotation, trunk rotation, stair climbing, repetitive bending, kneeling, sustained squat, forward reaching, overhead reaching, reach and lift, ladder climb and carrying/crawling.
Working conditions may be indoor and/or outdoor. Noise level may be loud at times.
Working at heights from manlifts, platforms and elevated walkways may be required and would require wearing safety harness.