29 Sep
United States of America
Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania
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our Role

As the Maintenance Technician, you will work with others in an industrial production environment to effectively provide technical support and expertise in mechanical maintenance. Ability to maintain and repair all equipment and related systems. You will be responsible for preventative maintenance for all tube production equipment and the building, and you will also be responsible for developing and improving existing equipment. A key component of this role is communicating effectively with production operators, other maintenance staff, and management.

Maintenance Technician responsibilities include:

  • Troubleshoot and repair complex electrical systems, AC and DC motors and control circuits, operator interface terminals

  • Change-out and installation of conduit, wiring, disconnects control boxes and circuits

  • Change-out and installation of Mechanical equipment maintenance and installation including rigging, welding, mechanical setup, motor alignment, pumps, pneumatic/hydraulic cylinders and controls, gearboxes

  • Assemble and repair tooling

  • Operate a forklift and other common manufacturing equipment

  • Work at heights required to service Tube Building and equipment, and overhead cranes *up to 40’)

  • Demonstrate competence at the journeyman level in metalworking, plumbing, electrical or other trade

The role will be on either 2nd or 3rd shift. All candidates for this position must agree to pursue certification to the PA Journeyman program.

About You

The Maintenance Technician must possess previous industrial experience and possess a high school diploma or GED, with a trade school degree preferred. You have demonstrated competence in troubleshooting and diagnosis of a variety of complex electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems.

  • Welding and/or fitting skills are a plus

  • You have basic computer skills

  • Work well in in a team environment

  • Show a high level of initiative

  • Possess ability to work any shift and be available for emergency call and work when required

Candidates must agree to successfully complete Journeyman Certification in accordance with the Certified Apprenticeship Program which includes a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and theoretical instruction. A minimum of 2000 hours per year of OJT and 144 hours per year self-study must be completed. Time spent on self-studies is not to be considered hours of work, nor will wages be paid, except when required during regular work hours. A total of 8000 hours of OJT and 576 hours of self-study (approximately 4 years) is required to complete the program. Credit may be granted for previous experience up to one half of the requirement each for OJT and self-study.

Additional Information


Alleima USA LLC offers a comprehensive total compensation package including a competitive benefits package of life, health, and disability insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, and a 401 (k) retirement savings plan. In addition, we provide opportunities for professional competence development and training, as well as opportunities for career advancement.

At Alleima, our mission is much more than delivering high-quality products, technology, and processes - working together to develop solutions based on our customer’s needs and thus achieve our business goals, is a better way to describe our daily work. With curious employees and safety as our priority, we create a work environment where you can develop both personally and professionally.

With a clear direction for our journey ahead, utilizing our position as a technology leader, progressive customer partner, and sustainability driver, we aim to become an even stronger company in our industry.

Are you ready to take on this challenge together with us? Join us on our journey!