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Maintenance Control Technician


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Maintenance Control Technician needed in Wallingford for a Manufacturing company in Wallingford!

Job Title: Maintenance Control Technician

Shift: Monday- Friday

Location: Wallingford CT


The Maintenance Controls Technician position is responsible for supporting production by ensuring minimal downtime due to Controls related malfunction.


  • Administering planned and unplanned preventative maintenance
  • Breakdown repair and upgrade measures on all Controls related equipment. 
  • Proper and in-depth documentation of all administered preventative maintenance and breakdown repair measures both planned and unplanned. 
  • Perform other Maintenance related functions including but not limited to piping, mechanical repairs, and maintenance of the buildings & grounds.


  • Safely operate all manufacturing equipment while understanding/following all OSHA, EPA, and other regulatory policies and procedures.
  • Be a self-starter who can work in a fast paced/everchanging environment both individually and alongside a team of trained Mechanical, Electrical, and Controls Technicians.
  • Able to maintain Facility equipment by interpreting machine prints/schematics, both mechanical and electrical, as well as technical and machine manuals.
  • Able to utilize computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) to log and track planned and unplanned preventative maintenance work.
  • Able to look up and place order requests for spare parts.
  • Capable of setting-up, troubleshooting, and repairing complex electromechanically driven Extrusion Equipment.
  • Have a solid knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, welding, fabricating, and shop tools (including Lathe and Bridgeport) to maintain and troubleshoot Facility related equipment both inside plant and along the grounds (including: Painting, Weeding, Snow Removal, Cleaning, Lighting, etc.)
  • Fully understand and adhere to the ARC Flash and Electrical Shock Prevention policy.
  • Knowledge of applicable NEC and NFPA codes.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.  


  • A High School Diploma is Required
  • A trade school diploma/certificate or an Associate degree in electronics or electrical technologies is Preferred. 
  • Relevant trade experience can be considered in lieu of diploma/certificate/degree.
  • 3-5+ Years of Industrial Controls Related Experience in a Manufacturing Environment


  • Must have a positive “can do” attitude and a sense of accountability; takes initiative
  • Must be a fast learner, driven and self-motivated; strive towards continuous improvement


  • Weekly Pay, Including direct deposit
  • Healthcare- including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision
  • Disability and life insurance plans
  • Free online courses
  • Opportunity for advancement 

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply! 

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