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2019.B19/BFD Maintenance Technician; Bama Frozen Dough (2435 N. Lewis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74110)

at Bama

Pay: up to $23.50/hour
Posted: 8/28/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 1083600

Job Description

  • 15-May-2019 to 01-Jan-2020 (CST)
  • Maintenance
  • Tulsa, OK, USA
  • 23.50
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

2019.B19/BFD Maintenance Technician; Bama Frozen Dough (2435 N. Lewis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74110)

Available Shifts:

1st Shift: (7:00am - 3:00pm)

2nd Shift: (3:00pm - 11:00pm)

3rd Shift (11:00pm - 7:00am)

Salary Range:
$23.50/Hour starting rate
$1.75 /Hour for 2nd/3rd Shift Differential Pay
$1.00/Hour weekend Premium Pay
Hiring/Retention Bonus Incentive:
at Hire, 6 months, and 1 year of Service

Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt & Full Time

The Maintenance Technician provides industrial maintenance support to ensure the safe and effective operation of the production facility. Key responsibilities include automated equipment setup, teardown, troubleshooting and repair of systems comprised of PLCs, motor controls, electrical wiring, AC inverters, DC controllers, and industrial mechanical systems including pneumatics, bearings, seals, gears, chains and sprockets. The use of shop machinery and normal industrial tools for repair purposes supports fulfillment of these responsibilities.

Keys to success will be the individual's knowledge of manufacturing systems, the skills needed to maintain, repair and troubleshoot those systems, and the ability to effectively interact with fellow team members and internal customers.

Essential Job Functions/ Skills:

  • Perform the essential functions and physical requirements of the job with or without reasonable accommodation  
  • Regularly attend work on time and for the entire shift at the office or plant where you are scheduled
  • Complete job tasks and responsibilities as directed or required
  • Utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills including the ability to: 1) raise vital questions and problems and formulate them clearly and precisely; 2) gather and assess data and information and use abstract ideas to interpret it effectively, 3) come to well-reasoned conclusions and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards; 4) think open-mindedly about alternatives while recognizing and assessing their inherent assumptions, implications, and practical consequences; and 5) communicate effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems
  • Provide written and oral communication to effectively communicate with all work groups
  • Carry out work orders/plans for maintenance needs and coordinate assigned activities with affected work groups. Completed work should meet all human and food safety requirements.
  • Understands Predictive Maintenance concepts and can interpret PdM findings to ensure appropriate repair are planned and executed
  • Available for occasional travel to support technical development or other company needs
  • Actively participate as a team member on the facility Emergency Response Team
  • Safely perform several tasks at once as it relates to this position
  • Perform safety sensitive functions and identify, correct and improve potential safety items; both human and food
  • Report safety violations, hazards or near misses that you see or become aware of
  • Understand quality standards, follow those standards and know what to do and who to contact when some process is not functioning correctly
  • Maintain a clean, organized and sanitized work area/equipment/tools in a manner that meets food safety requirements of internal/external customers and regulatory agencies  
  • Understand and comply with Bama's Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), including head covering, facial hair requirements, gloves, shoes, etc.
  • Understand and utilize measurement systems and tools specific to this position
  • Participate in all team activities and training (e.g., continuous improvement projects, plant safety initiatives, crossovers, stretching, etc.)
  • Understand manufacturing processes and drive continuous improvement
  • Ensure all paperwork is filled in legibly and correctly for area of responsibility
  • Deal politely and work cooperatively with team members and others in the facility, by listening to and respecting each other
  • Work overtime as needed
  • Complete all required assessments and testing specific to this position
  • Comply with all Bama policies and procedures
  • Ability to work in confined spaces or on elevated working surfaces
  • Able to work in environments with exposure to potential allergens, including flour, cinnamon, etc.
  • Perform work related to depth perception and color recognition

The physical requirements listed below for this position are considered essential functions of the job;

Physical Requirements:   



Work Demand

Lift: waist to chest

Frequently                                                 Occasionally

1-2 #'s-tools                             up to 55 #'s


Occasionally                   Frequently

55 #'s                                                 15 #'s



Up to 50 #'s of force



Up to 50 #'s of force


2 times per shift         Occasionally                              Once a month

Ladders (12 ft); Steps (2-10);                                           Stairs (up to 24 steps);                               Straight ladders (up to 58 rungs)



Less than 10 min



Less than 10 min



Less than 20 min









Less than 10 min


Less than 1-2 X's/shift

Less than 10 feet


Occasionally                                                   Frequently

30-100 degrees-10 min                           At arm's length for adjustments


Occasionally                 Constantly

less than 20 min interrupted   Using small tools



Up to 30 minutes

Required Experience:

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Valid food handler's card from Tulsa Health Department
  • Must be proficient in the following areas:
    • Automated equipment setup, teardown and repair
    • Maintenance and repair of motor controls, general industrial wiring and hardware, and electrical troubleshooting
    • Maintenance and repair of mechanical systems including pneumatics, bearings, seals, gears, chains, sprockets, pipe fitting, and appropriate lubrication of mechanical systems
    • Basic Mig and Tig welding for repair purposes
    • The use of shop machinery including mills, lathes, drill presses and normal industrial tools for repair purposes
  • Math and reading comprehension to understand and interpret technical manuals, bulletins, blueprints and schematics

Preferred Experience:

  • 2 years electrical/electronics degree or equivalent training / experience
  • 5 years Maintenance experience in manufacturing, preferably in the food industry
  • Maintenance and repair of AC Inverters, DC controllers, and servo systems
  • PLC Troubleshooting
  • First Class Stationary Engineer license
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Proven safety record in past work history


*** Bama is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce ***