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Japanese Bilingual Maintenance Mechanic - Somerset, NJ

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Japanese Bilingual Maintenance Mechanic

Location: Somerset, NJ
Salary: DOE
Hiring Condition: Direct-Hire

A successful global food manufacturing company is currently seeking a Japanese-English speaking Maintenance Mechanic to join their team. 
The manufacturing plant is expanding within 2 years due to the increased volume of production each year.
We are looking for an individual with the ability to inspect, diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair food processing and packaging machines and equipment. 
Most of the machines are made in Japan, so you will be required to communicate with suppliers in Japanese.
In this position, the Maintenance Mechanic will be responsible for performing mechanical, electrical and electronic/plant equipment maintenance and repair and supporting and maintaining food safety and quality practices. 
If you are interested in an opportunity to utilize your maintenance skills and experience with a fast-glowing company, this will be a great opportunity for you.

Essential Duties (Not Official: Please ask the interviewer for more details)

Perform all the repair, troubleshooting, and installation of production equipment
Designing, upgrading, and implementing changes to production equipment
Perform electrical repairs on all facility-related electrical systems
Perform routine preventive maintenance on all facility equipment as required
Compete all required maintenance records and documentation
Knowledge of all equipment used in the plant
Skilled with machine shop tooling
Starts up and shuts down equipment in line with company safety procedures for equipment under OSHA.
Follow GMP and SOP, safe work habit, company policies and standards, and housekeeping requirements
Follow up on any problems and report the need for preventive process with their leader and manager
Maintain a positive, respectful and open communication process with team members and others
Assist with general cleanup and organize maintenance parts
Assist with production and shipping and receiving as required
Other tasks as assigned

Fluency in Japanese to communicate with production machinery suppliers from Japan 
Production equipment maintenance experience including mechanical, electrical, and electronic repair
Ability to work weekend if necessary while the production is shut down
Ability to communicate effectively to management, operators and other employees
Must be able to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Basic knowledge of GMP and SOP is a plus

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Somerset, NJ
United States of America

Japanese / Japanese

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
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Posted Date:11/6/2018



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Job Title: Japanese Bilingual Maintenance Mechanic

Location: Somerset, NJ

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 346020

Posted Date: 11/6/2018

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