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May 202017
 


Job Title: Refrigeration Technician

Department: Tigoni Processing Plant

Job Holder Reports To: Maintenance Engineer

Overall purpose of the Job: Will be responsible for repairs, overhaul and preventative maintenance of refrigeration and air conditioning systems

Key Result Areas (KRA’s)

  • Good maintenance planning / communication
  • Timely completion of tasks
  • Record keeping; Preventative maintenance records
  • Quality of job to avoid repeats
  • Correct fault diagnosis

Specific duties and responsibilities

  • Adhere to all Food Safety Regulations while carrying out maintenance work including tools reconciliation.
  • Ensure machines daily pre-operative and start up checks are carried out.
  • Responsible for performing planned maintenance, regular service of chillers, freezers, refrigerated trucks and air conditioning systems
  • Trouble shooting, repair and overhaul of refrigeration systems.
  • Performing root cause analysis on refrigeration equipments  failures to prevent reoccurrence
  • Provide technical direction on preventative maintenance for all refrigeration and air conditioning equipments
  • Test malfunctions of refrigeration systems and components and repair them before breakdowns occurs.
  • Inform the maintenance Engineer of the required essential spare parts
  • Implementation of KAIZEN System and Standards.
  • Adherence to company’s FSSC/QSA/FSA/GMP/Hygiene Practices.
  • Participating in any other duties that shall be reasonably assigned by Management from time to time.

Qualified persons to apply at recruitment@cdl.co.ke

Only shortlisted candidates will be conducted.

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