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Manufacturing Technician

Category: Maintenance
Location: Holmesville, OH, United States
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Auria is a leading global supplier of highly-engineered systems for automotive flooring, acoustical, thermal, aerodynamic and other fiber-based solutions for gas and electric vehicles. With U.S.-based operational headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, Auria operates 16 manufacturing, 9 technical and 5 JV locations across 10 countries and employs approximately 3,900 people worldwide 


Basic Function: 

To maintain and facilitate the effective and efficient operation of all equipment and facilities associated with the Auria Holmesville, Ohio facility. Performs equipment maintenance activities supporting the plant production operations and any other duties deemed necessary and appropriate by the maintenance management. As an integral member of the maintenance department, the individual performs teaching and leadership functions. Also performs all assigned work in a safe and timely manner.  

Specific Duties: 

  • Troubleshooting and repairing machinery, equipment, and facility structures to support the facility's operation and production processes.
  • Good understanding of electrical equipment
  • Proficient in mechanical and hydraulic systems. 
  • Perform preventive maintenance on electrical and mechanical systems.
  • Subject matter expert to partner with Maintenance and Operations to provide support from a technical standpoint on shift.
  • Perform preventive and predictive maintenance on plant equipment according to prescribed schedules and procedures.
  • Assist in developing process improvement projects in support of the plant operations.
  • May assist, coach, and teach employees to include apprentices when needed.
  • Perform fabrication projects as necessary to implement continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Adhere to all plant rules and regulations.
  • Maintains a positive attitude towards job and coworkers
  • Any other duties assigned


  • Experience in pneumatics, hydraulics, and light electrical.
  • Formal industrial machine repair, maintenance, and/or electrical education is a plus.
  • Basic fabrication skills include but are not limited to, stick and wire welding, metal fabrication machinery operation (i.e., lathe, mill, drilling operations, etc.), and understanding and ability to perform industrial machining, fabrication, and welding.
  • Skill to operate fundamental tools used in a shop.
  • Proficiency in comprehending and interpreting technical drawings, blueprints, and diagrams of machines is an essential skill.
  • Attend and comprehend all training as deemed necessary by the plant management.
  • Willingness to learn.