-Diagnose problems, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, etc…
-Understanding the use of diagnostic meters, for vibration, electrical, etc…
-Determine scope of repairs parts needed and time to complete installation.
-Dismantle machines, replace defective parts and adjust as needed.
-Connect wires to motors and electrical equipment.
-Install and repair piping, water, air, steam and pneumatics.
-Bend and cut conduit, drill holes in floor and walls.
-Paint machines or equipment to prevent corrosion and maintain appearance
-Clear clogged roof, floor and plumbing drains.
-Operate welder and torch to repair metal frames and parts.
-Layout and fabricate new metal structures to mount or install equipment.
-Basic knowledge or PLC controlled equipment.
-Set up and operation of machine tools, lathe, milling machine, etc….
-Safely use lifting equipment to move and install heavy machines and parts.
-Patch replaces plaster, repair walls ceiling and trim of buildings.
-Clean and lubricate machine parts pulleys, gears and bearings etc….
-Performs routine maintenance
-Uses electronic meters to test electrical components
-Measuring variations to monitor normal conditions.
-Work alone or with no supervision, also responsible to supervise helpers
-Attendance is an essential function of this position.
Requires one or more of the following:
-Secondary Diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent; Degree in related studies, electricity, mechanics, fluid dynamics or 4 years work related experience is a plus.
-More than 2 years experience in similar position, preferably basic electrical troubleshooting 2 years, Welding 2 years, General sheet metal layout 1 year and knowledge of Pneumatic conveying system.
-Ability to read operational instructions in English.
-Ability to write reports and/or work instructions in English.
-Ability to =,-,*, / using 10’s and 100’s and/or decimals, ratios, graphs, percentages statistics, geometry and trigonometry.
-Ability to work independently and supervise helpers.
-Understanding of basic mechanical principals.
-Conversational telephone skills and message taking
-Understand working pressure systems, steam water and pneumatics
-Understanding the use of diagnostic meters, for vibration, electrical, etc..
-Troubleshooting malfunctions, determines how to correct problem.
-Prioritizing work assignments, documenting malfunctions
-Wearing PPE and work within GMP/AIB standards.