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Maintenance Waste Water Full Time

This position is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing all equipment and company assets while maintaining a safe work environment and adhering to Tyson policies and procedures.
Tasks
The Wastewater Maintenance Mechanic position consist of performing a wide range of mechanical troubleshooting in the wastewater area, collecting data in the waste water areas, recording information on statistical charts. Must be available to work overtime and weekends all candidates must be available to work second shift. These positions are fast pace and require repetitive motion. This job requires repetitive lifting up to 70 pounds and use of hands and arms above shoulder level. Walking, bending, stretching, pushing, pulling, and reaching are required in all areas. Must be able to climb up and downstairs to get to from the work areas and require standing 8-12 hours per day. These positions also may involve the use of powered equipment and forklifts. You will need to perform all duties assigned by supervisor.
Requirements
This job will require working in a hot and damp environment of approximately 90+ degrees or cold and damp environment of approximately 30- degrees You must have 6 months work history with one employer within the last 12 months.
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