Maintenance Mechanic

Company Name:
Performance Food Group
## Job Description
Great food and great careers - this is what Performance Food Group brings to the table. PFG is one of the largest foodservice distributors in the nation, with more than 66,000 national and private label products that we market and distribute both nationally and in 40 foreign countries. If you're ready to set your career in motion, it all starts now with a company that really delivers!
The Maintenance Mechanic position will perform the following duties:
Maintains and repairs all building systems, including forklifts, batteries, battery chargers, HVAC equipment, refrigeration system, dock doors and ramps, sprinkler system, the roof and all electrical services
Maintains equipment and buildings for long-term use.
Tests emergency generator.
Records data from main electrical panels.
Inspects various equipment and building areas, including, but not limited to, air compressors, roof and roof-mounted equipment and sprinkler systems; record data from inspections.
Tests sprinkler system's water flow, tamper switches and sprinkler system alarms.
Tests fire pump and alarm.
Inspects all equipment and repair or replace as necessary to avoid down time.
Inspects, lubricates and cleans condensers and evaporators.
Performs annual inspections on refrigeration compressors, including change oil and filter, disassemble compressor for internal inspection and align mechanical couplings.
Inspects and lubricates freezer and cooler doors and performs needed repairs; maintains inventory of repair parts.
Designs and constructs carpentry items requested by other departments
Responds to maintenance calls.
Repairs HVAC piping and restroom facilities as needed.
Creates and/or purchases signs; install when needed.
Maintains knowledge of systems and buildings.
## Qualifications
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Requisition Number: 10804
Job Title: Maintenance Mechanic
Full-time/Part-time: Full-Time
Shift: 1
Location: CD Georgia
City: Austell
State: Georgia

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