The Estee Lauder Companies Maintenance Technician (Afternoon Shift) in Toronto, Ontario

Maintenance Technician (Afternoon Shift)

Brand: Estée Lauder Companies Corporate Departments



Perform a variety of operational tasks within focused work centres or production line, which includes: setting-up, troubleshooting and operating manufacturing and plant support equipment. Support other areas of the business as required / assigned.


Equipment Set-up and Operability

  • Perform basic set-ups / changeovers for packaging and process equipment within focused work centers or line including cleaning / sanitizing equipment as required

  • Maintain packaging equipment during production runs; clear jams, change labels, change over-wrap, reset coders / code blocks, initiate trouble shooting / corrective action investigation and quality checks as required, and perform basic operator responsibilities

  • Move components and mass from staging area to Production floor as required

  • Initiate trouble shooting; Assess and address failure modes of pneumatic and hydraulic systems as applicable

  • Initiate trouble shooting of mechanical systems

  • Execute assigned preventative maintenance work orders in accordance with identified schedules

  • Perform other duties as assigned and required

Continuous Improvement

  • Actively participate and support facility and corporate Lean Manufacturing initiatives

  • Review new equipment purchase specifications; provide feedback on equipment design and operability; support capital project installations (F.A.T, etc.)

  • Conceptualize and implement design upgrades to outmoded devices and systems in an effort to increase production up-time and operational efficiencies

Health and Safety

  • Proactively identify and resolve safety concerns

  • Observe and conform to all corporate EH&S guidelines and procedures

  • Adhere to established Lockout/Tag out Programs

  • Actively participate and evaluate PSR’s

  • Participate in the establishment of annual EH&S objectives


  • Maintain clean work environment on the production floor

  • Conform to all ergonomic assessment requirements

  • Actively participate and support the Canadian Operations 5S Program


Education: Minimum College/technical diploma

Experience: None required

Testing: Candidates will be required to pass a written mechanical aptitude test, a personnel test and a practical mechanical test to be considered for the role


  • Technical: Knowledge of how to use machine tools and hand tools safely and correctly

  • Understanding of basic mechanical principles

  • Ability to apply knowledge of packaging / production equipment to maintain efficient performance

  • Communication / Interpersonal: English language proficiency; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to resolve issues in a tactful and diplomatic manner, communicate expectations and outline maintenance requirements

  • Other: Knowledge of company’s production systems, procedures and QA standards; Team player, self starter, and a customer service orientation

Job: Manufacturing / Operations / Packaging

Primary Location: Americas-CA-ON-Toronto

Job Type: Standard

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: 2nd (Afternoon) Shift

Travel: No

Job Number: 163156