About the Role:

As a Neutralization Technician, you would be responsible for testing, adjusting product weight/ hardness and recording. This person is to maintain and/or to increase production as well as support quality control on all lines. Make sure changeovers are properly handled to avoid unnecessary downtime. Assist the Room Coordinator to ensure the lines are prepared in advance with materials and items needed to insure a smooth transition from one product to the next. Class B or C Technician required. Shifts: 1st shift 5:00am-3:00pm M-TH AND 2nd shift 2:00pm – 12:00am. Shifts determined on need.

Required Skills


·         Write work-orders on equipment and systems as needed as well as getting work orders approved by supervisors before signing off.

·         Follow through with equipment setup by ensuring that lines are setup properly to maintain good production and quality.

·         Work with maintenance and production associates to keep the department running efficiently.

·         Work with sanitizer and maintenance department leaderships to help better train machine operators.

·         Help to develop machine operators by training and communicating with them individually.

·         Other duties as assigned.


Candidate Requirements:

·         High School Diploma/ GED or equivalent 

·         Work in group environments.

·         2 or more years of production environment

·         Knowledge on equipment

·         Lift up to 50 Ibs

·         Work in a chemical environment with proper personal protection equipment




CLASS C (SETUP Tech) Maintenance Technician Requirements: (or be able to learn) 1st shift $19.00 starting wage

·         High School Diploma or equivalency required

·         Able to operate all power/ hand tools, equipment safely and efficiently

·         Know and understand basic electrical principals

·         Ability to pass Mask fit test and wear respirator as needed

·         Test/ replace fuses, repair & replace electrical cords and plugs on equipment

·         Be able learn to read and use multi meters, and probes

·         Be able to setup machines and assist production as needed

·         Assist any Class B or A technicians with assigned tasks

·         Keep lines running efficiently, to include Sealers, Lot Coders, Labelers, and Cappers etc.…

·         Be able setup and use scales and to read and understand measurements.

·         Know and understand drill bits, bolt and screw sizes etc…    

·         Attention to detail and Teamwork Orientated


CLASS B Maintenance Technician Requirements: 1st shift $22.00 2nd shift $25.00 starting wages

·         High School Diploma and minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in the production maintenance required

·         Mastered all requirements and qualifications stated in the Requirements for the Class C Technician.

·         Work with minimal supervision and be a self-starter able to work with work orders and verbal requests from production departments.

·         Be able to obtain and operate a Power Industrial Forklift and Walkie

·         Able to make operator level minor repairs to equipment as needed

·         Assist any Class A technicians with assigned tasks or PMs

·         Understand electrical wiring diagrams, circuits, and PLC functions.

·         Tech who is trying to achieve the A Class Maintenance Mechanic

·         Able to fabricate parts and items from blueprints or drawings, Machining not required.      


CLASS A Maintenance Technician Requirements: 2nd shift $27.00 starting wage

·         10 years of experience and keeps up with advanced training as needed to do their job correctly

·         Ability to diagnose, repair, and complete a project without any assistance

·         Knowledge of industrial circuits and voltages up to 480v three-phase w/ electrical troubleshooting

·         Be able to test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures

·         Be able to direct the Class B and C technicians to task completion

·         Able to Work overtime.  Hours and shifts are modified to meet the production needs 

·         Understand electrical wiring diagrams, circuits, PLC functions, and programming

·         Above average welding and cutting of different metals and materials such as plastics and composites. 

·         Able to fabricate parts and items from blueprints or drawings, Machining not required.       

·         Able to wire complete circuits and modify as needed. Install, load programs to PLCs from laptops.

·         Mastered all requirements and qualifications stated for the mechanic level B position.





POOLCORP/PinchAPenny is a drug-free company and an EOE, M/F/V/D.

Benefits & Programs

Competitive salary/excellent benefits after 60 days of employment. Health, dental, vision, life, STD/LTD, 401K, tuition reimbursement.

How to Apply

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You may also apply for the position in one of the following ways:

  • Email your resume and cover letter directly to [email protected].
  • Print & fill out our application and fax along with a resumé and cover letter to (727) 533-2098.
  • Print & fill out our application and mail along with a resumé and cover letter to:

    Pinch A Penny
    Human Resources
    Code CORPWWW
    P.O. Box 6025
    Clearwater, FL 33758

    In all correspondence, please include "Code CORPWWW" so we can process your resumé correctly. Your application/resume will be forwarded to The Pinch A Penny independently owned and operated franchise stores in the county or counties where you wish to work. If a position is available and your resume is approved by the franchise owner or store manager, they will contact you directly. If you do not receive a telephone call within 1-2 weeks, please consider applying again in the future.

    Again, thanks for your interest in Pinch A Penny.