Specific Work Duties/Essential Functions:
Performs a wide variety of skilled work across multiple construction trades such as carpentry, drywall repairs, plumbing, flooring repairs, door adjustments and repairs. Will maintain records and prepares reports on preventative maintenance activities performed on HVAC, dehumidification systems, fire sprinklers and extinguishers. Maintain records and prepares reports on electrical equipment serviced, installed, maintained and repaired. Performs periodic or special inspections of the premises to determine necessary repair work. Keeps an inventory of spare parts, electrical components, building materials and components to ensure their availability. Responds to daily maintenance requests. Dismantles, adjusts, repairs and assembles equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, operating or repair manuals. Performs electrical or mechanical troubleshooting to determine problems in non-functioning electromechanical equipment used in the manufacturing process. Performs preventative maintenance on equipment, air conditioning, vacuum and electrical systems. Uses test and diagnostic equipment to perform checkouts. Working knowledge of facility electrical distribution systems ranging from 120 volts to 480 three phase circuits, air conditioning, air compressors, dehumidifiers, lighting, etc. Maintains up-to-date drawings and schematics of all systems in the plant. Makes periodic or special inspections of the premise to determine necessary repair work. Follows safe practices, safety policies and procedures (Lock-out, Tag-out, Arc-Flash, PPE), and practices good housekeeping in performing all work. Assists the Facilities Manager with the coordination of activities of outside contractors performing work at the facility. Must be willing and able to respond to emergency calls during off-hours and weekends.
•Minimum of 5 to 7 years in industrial maintenance and construction trades.
•A well rounded knowledge of the practices, tools, equipment and materials used within the mechanics trade.
•Ability to troubleshoot, inspect, repair, replace, service and maintain existing electromechanical and electrical systems and associated equipment including conduit runs, light and power circuits, motors, control equipment, light fixtures and panels.
•Ability to troubleshoot, inspect, repair, replace, service and maintain existing mechanical systems and associated equipment including air compressors, air dryers, dehumidifiers, cooling towers, etc.
•Experience with facility electrical distribution systems ranging from 120 volts to 480 three phase circuits, air conditioning, air compressors, de-humidifiers, lighting, etc.
•Experienced with HVAC and compressed gas systems.
•Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals and understand blueprints, electrical schematics and assembly drawings of mechanical equipment.
•Experience with proper chemical handling and ability to read MSDS.
•Must be able to read and understand written and/or verbal instructions in English.
•Good mechanical aptitude and reading, writing, mathematical and reasoning abilities appropriate to the position.
•Ability to maintain necessary records/documents of maintenance work performed.
•Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work activities and duties.
•Ability to operate forklifts and other powered equipment.
•Excellent customer service skills.
•Able to work within a team environment and be able to adapt to changes in work requirements.
•Candidate must be able to move and lift up to 45 lbs
•Ability to constantly walk, climb ladders, occasional kneeling and squatting
•High School diploma or equivalent
•Vocational training preferred.
Meggitt - 17 months ago
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