A maintenance repairer, otherwise known as a maintenance worker, is in charge of washing, fixing, and installing equipment and production tools in an organization to secure its topmost effectiveness and accessibility. As a maintenance repairer/ worker, you will have to carry out checkups frequently to probe factory facilities' state and decide if repairs need to be conducted.
You need to acquire technological and bodily skills and the ability to rapidly operate under stress seeing that your role consists of several duties like automatic machine fixing, water conduit repairs, painting, and mending floors. Also, you will play a key role in the company as badly sustained resources and appliances breakdown can negatively influence output and may lead to absolute failures and expensive processes.
The minimum educational qualification to have as a maintenance repairer is commonly a high school diploma and an accurate internship. As a substitute, you can use an associate degree. Furthermore, you must exhibit the ability to work manually, solve issues, and customer service wills. A maintenance repairer earns an average of $42,192 per year or $20.28 per hour.