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Maintenance Technician II (1st Shift)



California, USA
Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2024

Job Description:

Who we are:

We’re Cart.com, one of the fastest growing commerce enablement companies in the world. We provide the digital and physical infrastructure that empowers thousands of leading B2B and B2C companies to unify commerce operations across channels and sell and fulfil anywhere their customers are.

We’re building toward a world where commerce has no bounds. Our enterprise-grade software, services and logistics infrastructure, including our own network of omnichannel fulfillment and distribution centers, enable merchants to navigate an increasingly complex operating landscape and drive efficient growth.

Our goal is to be the global backbone of commerce. To achieve it, we’re looking for entrepreneurial, innovative and determined teammates who are eager to help our growing base of customers simplify their commerce operations and seamlessly reach their own customers, wherever they are. Sound like you? We’d love to hear from you.

Cart.com Fast Facts:

  • 6,000+ customers worldwide
  • 1,600+ employees globally
  • 14 warehouses nationwide, totaling over 8 million square feet of space
  • Our software lists $10+ trillion in product value across channels
  • Our digital and physical operations support $8+ billion in Gross Merchandise Value

Our values:

Cart.com is building a company that is committed to living out these 6 core values:

  • Be brand obsessed: Our lives are shaped by the brands we interact with daily. We obsess over the brands we serve, and about the things they care about.
  • Think beyond the box: “We’ve always done it that way” is not a phrase uttered often at our office. We create creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Don’t give up: We learn from our challenges and see them for what they are; great building blocks to an amazing brand story.
  • Speak up: We communicate clearly and directly because we care deeply. Communication is the bedrock of our community.
  • Work together: We’ve built a team that prides itself on diversity of thought and background. Collaboration is better with contrast.
  • Remember to be human: We work hard, but we leave room for the people, places and things that we love.

The Role:

This Maintenance Technician II is responsible for maintaining facilities, material handling, and rolling stock equipment through troubleshooting and repair of all equipment, systems, and components necessary to operate this business and the facilities in which they are installed.

What You'll Do:

· Troubleshoot and repair material handling equipment including conveyors, sorters, etc. Perform preventive maintenance, document all activities, and identify service requiring outside vendors and inform supervisor

· Troubleshoot and repair rolling stock equipment including lifts, cranes, bulls, etc. Perform preventive maintenance, document all activities, and identify service requiring outside vendors and inform supervisor

· Troubleshoot, repair, and perform preventive maintenance on facility equipment including HVAC, pneumatics, water, and hydraulics

· Maintain a safe working environment

· Report possible safety concerns regarding equipment

· Clean work area and maintenance shop

· Install safety fixtures, such as netting, wire mesh cages, etc.

· Mentor Technician I and perform all the duties of the Technician I

· Serve as a member of the Emergency Response Team for the facility.

· All other tasks as assigned such as maintaining company grounds, which include snow removal

Who You Are:

· Operate with the highest level of conduct, integrity, and confidentiality, setting the example for leaders and associates.

· Develop and nurture strong cross functional partnerships, driving business results and inspiring a culture of transparency, collaboration, and accountability.

· Serve as a PSEB advocate in the industry and marketplace.

· Recruit, identify, develop, and retain talent that delivers performance excellence.

· As a manager, serve as a leader of company culture, norms, and conduct.

· Ability to balance a strong management presence with a high level of approachability, encouraging and eliciting associate feedback and interaction.

What You've Done:

· High School Diploma or equivalent

· 5 years of mechanical, electrical, and general maintenance experience in a distribution environment targeting one or more of the following: material handling equipment, powered lift equipment and facilities

· Strong diagnostic skills of powered lift equipment electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic systems

· 2 years actively performing preventive maintenance on material handling equipment

· Vocational training or technical certification in a relevant area preferred

· Knowledge of electrical applications up to 480 volts

· Strong mechanical abilities and knowledge of hand tools

· Knowledge of AC and DC circuits, wire guidance, hydraulics, and battery maintenance

· Working knowledge of programmable controllers

· Knowledge of carpentry skills, including woodworking, door repair, drywall, metal studs, floor coverings, wall coverings, concrete, basic electrical, welding and plumbing.

· Must possess a valid driver’s license

Physical Work Environment:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that are required by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

· While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to talk or listen. The associate is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel, as well as reach with hands and arms.

· The associate must frequently lift and/or move up to 15 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distant vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

· Ability to work in an open environment with fluctuating temperatures and standard lighting.

· Ability to work on computer and mobile phone for multiple hours, with frequent interruptions.

· Required to travel in elevator or stairwells to attend meetings and engage with associates on multiple floors throughout building.

· Hotel, Airplane, and Car Travel Required.

Currently, Cart.com does not intend to hire candidates who will need, now or in the future, Cart.com sponsorship through any non-immigrant visa category such as the H-1B, H-1B1, E-3, O-1, or TN.

All hiring is contingent on eligibility to work in the United States. We are unable to sponsor or transfer visas for applicants.

Cart.com is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.