Maintenance Technician

Website Magna International

Maintenance Technician Job Highlights

Title Maintenance Technician
Type Full Time (2nd shift)
Experience 10 Years
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Bowling Green, OH, United States
Company Magna International

Company Profile

Magna International is one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers and is dedicated to delivering mobility solutions. The company’s competitive capabilities include body exteriors and structures, power and vision technologies, seating systems, and complete vehicle solutions.

Job Profile

The company is looking for a Maintenance Technician who will support manufacturing operations by maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing all facilities and manufacturing equipment in a safe and orderly fashion as directed by the maintenance supervisor.

Educational Qualification

  • Applicants should have a High School Diploma or GED (required)
  • Associate’s Degree in Machine Repair or Electrical (preferred)

Work Experience

  • Possess a minimum of 10 years of experience in a manufacturing environment as a machine repair/electrician or Journeyman card in maintenance/electrical


  • Adhere to customer requirements, Business Operating Systems, and company policies
  • Attain safety, quality, and productivity goals
  • Attend training as required
  • Complete all work in accordance with OSHA, NEC, JIC, and DNR standards and regulations
  • Complete correspondence, forms, and reports using a personal computer and the required software
  • Encourage safety and housekeeping practices and lead by example
  • Handle confidential information on a regular basis
  • Maintain and update equipment records, schematics, blueprints, and files in an orderly fashion
  • Maintain department repair parts stock and inventory
  • Obtain training for professional development and stay current on maintenance and safety requirements
  • Participate in Continual Improvement activities
  • Promote and facilitate Open Door process and Fair Treatment
  • Troubleshoot plant facilities and production equipment problems
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Be able to read Hydraulic and Electrical blueprints
  • Be able to troubleshoot electrical issues using a multimeter. E.g. (Verify blown fuse, Check motor leads for failure.)
  • Capable of mechanical troubleshooting and repairing. E.g. (Gearbox replacement, bearing replacement)
  • Component failures are part of the daily unscheduled tasks
  • Daily work includes Continuous improvement of equipment, troubleshooting and effectively making corrections where deficiencies are found
  • Experienced in Hydraulic and Pneumatic system troubleshooting and repair
  • Machining experience (a plus)
  • Press experience (a plus)
  • Welding experience (a plus)

Additional Information

  • Heavy lifting (80 pounds), working at heights of 40 to 60 feet and in confined spaces
  • Must be able to work overtime as required (every other weekend at minimum)
  • Personal tools may be required
  • Must be able to perform all essential functions as appropriate on the plant floor, in meetings, and with employees, management, customers, and suppliers.
  • Primarily manufacturing plant and is characterized by temperature extremes; loud noise and considerable tow motor traffic.


  • The company offers a market competitive wage and benefit package including a 401(k) with company match, 3 levels of PPO medical, dental, and vision insurance (eligible after 30 days), profit sharing program, and numerous other benefits including paid time off, holidays, and others.

Employer’s Statement

Magna International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company hires on the basis of experience and qualifications, and in consideration of job requirements, regardless of, in particular, color, ancestry, religion, gender, origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or gender identity.

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