Maintenance Technician


$35 – $40/hr

**$72,800 – 87,360 per year**

**yearly rates vary per hours worked


+$2/hr Night Sunday - Thursday, 9pm – 5:30am

FOLLOWING MONTH after start date

  • Sick & Safe Time (prorated per start date)
  • Vacation Time (seperate from Sick & Safe, prorated per start date)
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Health Benefits
  • Company paid short term, long term, and accident-life insurance
  • 401k
  • Quarterly Performance-Based Reviews for yearly Merit Increase eligibility

After 6 Months

  • Eligible for Education Reimbursement Program

After 1 Year

  • 5% Annual bonus (granted per company goals)
  • COSTCO Membership (new hires can participate during our annual sign up/renewal period in March)


  • Prefer experience with food processing and packaging equipment but will consider candidates with similar experience in other production environments
  • Experience with PLC Machinery, Conveyor, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, and Gearbox/Motor repairs
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, technical manuals, and SDS sheets
  • Thorough knowledge of standard hand and power tools and equipment used in plant maintenance and repair activities
  • Basic shop math associated with maintenance activities and metrics (SAE)
  • A legal right to work in the United States


  • A legal right to work in the United States
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check
  • For those applying out of the area We love working for such an awesome company within the beautiful Pacific NW and understand your motivation is to do the same! Please recognize that relocation packages are not being offered at this time.


Please note, the listed information below is a summary of what each level’s expectations are. Per your interview results, a DES (job description) will be shared with you prior to an offer.

  • All maintenance performs set up/assist/operation, maintenance (preventative, and predictive), and repair work on various equipment associated with encapsulation processing and packaging.
  • Apprentice Level focus: Equipment set up/assist/operations
  • Additional duties for Tech I: Troubleshoot and maintain Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Mechanical Linkage systems.
  • Additional duties for Tech II: Troubleshoot and maintain Electrical systems. Train technician I and apprentice level coworkers.
  • Prioritize the production line staying up and running. Promptly communicate to production supervisors, maintenance manager, and co-workers on work status, the need for assistance, parts needed, follow-through and pass down information for another technician to take over.
  • Maintain inventory and work completion records and logs
  • Works well independently whilst assisting internal team, good communicator
  • Comply with all Departmental policies and procedures.