Fair / 2nd Chance Employer 

New Wages Effective September 1st Perfect Attendance Bonus Program 

$17/hr minimum Paid Holidays 

$2.00 Shift Differential (New) Up to 120 hours of PTO in the first year 

$1200 SIGN-ON BONUS Perks at Work Discount 

$1400 Referral Bonus EAP Program 

Weekly Pay! Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance 

401K Matching Tuition Reimbursement 

Flex Spending Account Onsite Medical Clinic 

$140 Annual Shoe Voucher Potential $150.00 monthly bonus 

Employer Paid Short and Long Term Disability 


SUMMARY: Responsible for repair and maintenance of the press department equipment. 


  • Troubleshoot, repair, and test electrical and mechanical equipment on routine basis; 

  • Maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, including disconnecting devices, conduits, wiring, overload protection devices, gear boxes, chains, hydraulic valves, electrical and mechanical motors; 

  • Troubleshoot, repair and test A.C. and D.C. control circuits, microprocessor and logic gate circuits, times sequence circuits and programmable controllers; 

  • Repair air compressors, air conditioners, hoists and maintain product handling equipment. 

  • Maintain all electrical equipment in accordance with the National Electric Code 

  • Practices correct safety procedures and maintains safety systems on all production equipment. 

  • Work areas must be left clean during and after a task. All doors, covers etc. must be closed or replaced. 

  • Performs other related tasks as required. 


  • Must possess and be able to demonstrate initiative and logic in resolving complex electrical and mechanical problems. 

  • Basic knowledge of electrical and electronic theory. 

  • Ability to read and interpret electrical schematic diagrams. 

  • Basic knowledge of the theory of logic/gate circuitry, microprocessor controllers, and control sequence/timing devices. 

  • Thorough knowledge of federal, state and local electrical codes as applies to industrial plant operations. 

  • Skill in the use of equipment testing devices. 

  • Understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. 

  • Basic knowledge of methods for fabrication or modification of new or existing equipment. 

  • Basic knowledge of press functions. 

  • Skill in welding and the use of a cutting torch 

  • Skill in the use and care of tools of the trade 

  • Must be willing to attend company sponsored training courses in the United States and abroad. 

  • Must be willing to work overtime hours as needed and accept night weekend call-in for emergency work. 

  • Ability to follow oral and written directions. 

  • Basic skills necessary for interaction with PC software applications; ie. MP2, MS Office, etc. 

  • High School diploma or equivalent and graduation from an accredited Industrial Maintenance Program or military equivalent. Curriculum must include electric training. 

Florida Tile is committed to treating people fairly and respectfully, we are committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity in the people we hire, the manner in which they are trained, their selections for promotions and transfer, and in all other aspects of employment. Your ability and performance are the keys to your success here at Florida Tile, regardless of your age, race, color, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, religion, creed national origin, political ideology, veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability unrelated to the ability to perform the job, in accordance with applicable law. 

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