Share this Job

Machine Technician- 2nd Shift


Maysville, KY, US

Shift:  2nd

Known for our innovative components, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America manufactures autonomous-ready infotainment and ADAS solutions, premium audio systems, high-definition displays, and powertrain electronics for standard, electric, and hybrid vehicles. Since 1979 we have served the major automotive, heavy-duty truck, and coach manufacturers across the US, and continue to grow each year!   Be a part of a select team that is making a real impact on the automotive mobility of tomorrow! 


Performs electrical and/or mechanical troubleshooting to determine problems in non-functioning electro-mechanical equipment used in the manufacturing process. 


  • Provide basic electrical and/or mechanical support to the manufacturing operation.
  • Troubleshoot basic mechanical issues of mechanical devices including bearings, shafts, springs, couplings, gears, clutches, bushings, cams, chains, belts.
  • Troubleshoot electrical issues including ac/dc theory, motors, relay logic, wiring, use of multi-meter, various components and associated wiring.
  • Assist with machine changeovers, start-ups, adjustments, and repairs as needed to ensure quality of parts and required efficiencies.
  • Perform record-keeping duties to document maintenance schedules, work orders, purchases, and inventories.
  • Place purchase orders as necessary to maintain and improve machine condition.
  • Follow all safety processes and procedures, including lock-out/tag-out and PPE.
  • Able to work extended work hours, holidays, and weekends when needed.  INDSJ 


  • High school diploma or GED required; pursuit of an associates degree, or enrolled in a dedicated program in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering preferred.
  • Familiarity with safety precautions such as Lock-out/Tag-out, Arc Flash protection, welding, and personal protective equipment.
  • Computer literate.
  • Proficient with various hand tools such as a drill, tap, slide hammer, gear puller, shear, brake, drill press and feeler gauges.
  • Knowledge in basic electric theory and learning ac/dc theory, motors, relay logic, wiring, use of multi-meter, various components and associated wiring. 
  • Knowledge of PLC controls, including monitoring PLC programs to determine root cause, along with use of electrical schematics.  
  • Ability to read detailed and assembly drawings and perform repair or assemble devices.
  • Knowledge of basic fluid power devices.  
  • Understanding of basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics, interpreting associated schematics, and theory and repair of cylinders, solenoids, flow/pressure/directional valves.
  • Knowledge of cycle time, parts per hour (PPH), and efficiency and how they negatively affect line productivity.

To the extent that such laws prohibit discrimination and harassment, MEAA shall not discriminate against any applicant, associate, vendor, contractor, customer, or client on the basis of age, race, color, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, citizenship status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition (as defined by applicable law), genetic information, military or veterans’ status or any other basis prohibited by law. 
Click here to view the EEO is The Law Poster and the supplement.  
Applicants with a disability who need assistance with the application process may contact Human Resources by email at or by calling 1-800-275-5077.

Nearest Major Market: Covington