Summary: Responsible for coordinating and performing all of the maintenance activities necessary to install, repair and maintain production equipment, systems and services.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Installs and maintains all production machines and equipment, including but not limited to mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair.
- Performs regular, predictive and preventive maintenance on machines and equipment, in accordance with operations manuals, manufacturer's instructions and company procedures; effectively communicates and schedules maintenance activities to maximize production.
- Performs emergency/unscheduled repairs on production equipment; troubleshoots issues; replace/repair parts; responds quickly and efficiently to minimize downtime.
- Maintains an efficient Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to manage all required equipment maintenance; accurately documents work performed in a timely fashion.
- Uses a variety of hand and power tools and material handling equipment.
- Assists with plant layout.
- Performs a variety of other building and custodial maintenance functions as needed, including cleaning, plumbing, polishing floors, snowplowing, shoveling and grounds keeping.
- Supports company safety objectives by maintaining compliance with all government regulations; provides technical support for safety projects; ensures that equipment is in a safe, operable condition; assists with safety training.
- Encourages and contributes to a positive work environment and culture through effective communication, coaching, teamwork and leadership.
- Supports continuous improvement efforts; makes or recommends equipment and/or process modifications to improve quality and/or efficiency.
- Accurately completes production and quality documents.
- Maintains a professional working relationship and effectively communicates with all employees, managers, vendors, customers and regulatory agencies.
- Understands, complies with and supports company policies and procedures, regulatory requirements and safety regulations/initiatives.
- Regular attendance at work is required.
- Performs other production assignments as necessary.
- Requires a high school diploma or general education degree (GED); 5 years of related maintenance experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, metal fabrication, PLC, electrical, plumbing, machine tools, power distribution, and hand tools preferred.
Why Work at Gauthier Biomedical
If you’re looking for a great place to work, you just found it! In addition to numerous employment opportunities, Gauthier Biomedical offers a solid compensation and benefits package including...
We are committed to providing our employees and their family affordable, comprehensive insurance benefits. Eligible employees can elect:
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
In addition, we provide the following benefits at NO COST to our employees:
- Life/AD&D Insurance
- Short-Term Disability Insurance
- Critical Illness Insurance
- Wellness Benefits
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employees can allocate pre-tax dollars, via payroll deduction, to pay for eligible expenses through their HealthCare FSA and/or Dependent Care FSA.
401(k) Plan with Company Match
Eligible employees can elect to make Traditional Pre-Tax 401(k) contributions and/or as a Roth contribution (After-Tax) up to the annual IRS limits.
Gauthier Biomedical will make a Safe Harbor Matching Contribution equal to 100% of the employee contribution up to 3% of the employee’s compensation, and 50% of the employee contribution for the next 2% of their compensation.
Work Hours & Shift Premium
To accommodate our diverse workforce and family commitments, as well as business needs, we offer several different work schedule options. In addition, most of our positions are available as full-time or part-time opportunities.
Our full-time production employees are scheduled to work:
- 1st shift: 7:00AM – 3:30PM; Monday through Friday.
- 1st shift: 8:30AM – 5:00PM; Monday through Friday.
- 2nd shift: 3:30PM – 2:00AM; Monday through Thursday; 4 ten-hour days, plus a shift premium!
Personal Time Off (PTO)
Our PTO program combines vacation time, sick time and personal days off into one benefit, which starts accruing on the employee’s first day! This benefit allows employees to accrue 12 days of PTO to use during their first year.
We do not work on holidays! Our full-time employees receive 9 paid holidays each year to spend with their families.
Direct Deposit Payroll
No more running to the bank to cash your paycheck. Employees receive a secure, password protected email with their paystub information.
We support employees in their quest to improve their job-related skills and knowledge, and to acquire the education necessary to prepare for career-related promotional opportunities. Several training and development opportunities are available depending on your learning objectives and career goals.
No personal tools are necessary! Keep your tools at home and use them for your own projects. We supply the necessary tools for you to do your job here.
Onsite Fitness Center
We have an on-site fitness center where employees can use a variety of state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
We have numerous company events throughout the year. Not only do we have Dessert Competitions, Chili Cook-off contests, Halloween Costume parties, Thanksgiving Feasts, Corn Roasts, Brewers/Packer Parties, luncheons, etc., we also host March Madness and Ping Pong tournaments (Basketball & Ping Pong skills are not required). We’ve had fun planning new/unique events, such as a Car Show, Golf events and Pinewood Derby race. And, we typically end the year with a phenomenal Christmas Party at a local establishment. We are serious about fun!
Charitable Contributions and Sponsorships
We support our employees! What’s important to our employees, is important to us. Through employee suggestions, we have been a Corporate Sponsor for the MACC Fund and sponsored employee bowling teams. We have also sponsored teams in the Bastille Day Run and Turkey Trot, as well as other local community events. We’ve supported families through Holiday Gift Giving via Ozaukee Family Services, had winter coat drives to support Angels Among Us, sponsored the Boys & Girls Club fundraising activities, as well as countless financial charitable donations.
Great Work Environment
Gauthier Biomedical has state-of-the-art equipment and technology in our air-conditioned building. There is a courtyard in the center of our building for cookouts and outdoor lunchbreaks. We also have a Ping-Pong table and Pop-A-Shot game on the production floor for employees to use during breaks along with a Basketball court in the parking lot. We certainly know how to work hard and play hard!
We Support Our Future
We have participated on Marquette University’s Engineering Advisory Boards as well as offered Internships and Co-op opportunities to college students. We have hired and mentored high school students through County Youth Apprenticeship Programs. We have given tours to numerous local Technical Colleges and High Schools, as well as participated in Career Days and Expos, to generate interest in manufacturing careers to aspiring students.
Family Owned with Family Values
- Commitment to Excellence – We know how vital our jobs are. We continuously pursue innovative ideas and solutions that have the potential to make a difference.
- Teamwork - We are one team, no exceptions. We are a group of talented and diverse individuals unified by a clear common purpose. We treat each other with mutual respect, and we foster an environment of collaboration.
- Integrity – We maintain strong moral and ethical principles in all our actions; we do what is right.
- Personal Accountability – We deliver on our commitments; we take ownership of our performance, actions and decisions.
- Good Citizens – We are good citizens; we invest in the communities where we live and work.
See for yourself what makes Gauthier Biomedical a great place to work!
To apply, please email your Employment Application, resume and any additional supporting documentation to HR@gauthierbiomedical.com.
Application Process and Policy
If you are interested in working at Gauthier Biomedical and qualified for one of our current job openings, we encourage you to apply. To qualify as an Applicant, you must fully complete and sign our Employment Application.
Applications will only be accepted for jobs that we currently have open. You must specify the job(s) that you are applying for on the Application, or your Application will not be accepted. Applications submitted within 30 days of each other will be considered as one application. After receipt of your completed Application, Human Resources will review it to determine if your experience and educational background qualify you as a candidate for that position. If so, we will contact you to schedule an interview. Applications will be actively considered for 3 months; after that, an applicant will be required to re-apply if a position becomes available that you are interested in and qualified for.
Gauthier Biomedical is an equal opportunity employer, provides equal opportunities in all areas of employment, and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, creed, national origin, marital status, arrest or conviction record, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, ancestry or against qualified handicapped persons or qualified disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam era, or any other protected category, as required by law. If any reasonable accommodation is needed, please contact Human Resources at 262-546-0010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in working for Gauthier Biomedical.