To work safely and maintain a safe work environment for yourself and others. Will have the ability to establish a working relationship with maintenance, production, and management personnel to achieve the goals of the organization. Must understand the mechanics of working machinery, be able to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair equipment and facilities. Ability to understand and work with work order systems, machine histories, scheduling, warehousing, and related maintenance fields.
1. Practice safe work habits & comply with all company work & safety standards.
2. Good manual dexterity.
3. Good hand/eye coordination.
4. Good communication skills through writing, speech, & hearing.
5. Capable of working on ladders, walking stairs, and on uneven surfaces.
6. Have a thorough working knowledge of mechanical operations used in the industry and be able to maintain, install, repair, and troubleshoot all systems, equipment, and facilities.
7. Possess the necessary skills and aptitudes required to operate maintenance tools and related machinery.
8. Be able to operate all facility equipment to the degree needed for troubleshooting and testing.
9. Assist production personnel to maintain the flow of product.
10. Follow Company lockout, safety, and work standards.
11. Attend any training necessary to upgrade performance.
12. Operate machinery in a safe manner so injury does not occur to operator or any employee in the area.
13. Notify supervisor of any problems that arise during the shift.
14. Train any employees as assigned by supervisor.
15. Work overtime as necessary.
16. Clean shop and maintain proper housekeeping to promote a safe work environment.
17. Kit projects and Restock shelves
Average hours per week: Normal work schedule. 40 Hours
Tools or equipment used for this position and frequency of use:
1. Hand Tools (ie: wrenches, screw drivers) – frequently
2. Power Tools - occasionally
Percentage of time during normal workday the employee is required to:
Drive - 5% Sit - 1%
Twist - 15% Climb - 1%
Stand - 100% Crawl - 1%
Squat - 5% Bend - 5%
Walk - 100% Lift - 5%
Weight required to be lifted each normal workday: (Occasionally 1-33%,
Frequently 34-66%, Continuously 67-100%)
Not Req'd Occasional Frequently Continuously
0-10 lbs X
10-20 lbs X
20-35 lbs X
35-50 lbs X
50-75 lbs X Note: any lifting over 50lbs.
75-100lbs X requires special provisions.
Over 100 lbs X
Describe and explain the lifting and carrying requirements:
Hand tools and parts that are within acceptable lifting limits will occasionally be carried to/from equipment. These materials are typically carried at waist height for up to 200 feet.
Repetitive use of hands:
Simple Grasping: Normal weight 0-15 lbs, frequently
Pushing/Pulling: Normal weight 0- 15 lbs, frequently
Fine Manipulations Required: frequent use of hand tools and associated equipment will be required.
Repetitive use of foot or feet in operating machine controls:
Infrequent use of mobile equipment foot pedals is required.
Sensory requirements (speech, vision, smell, touch, hearing):
All are required.
Environmental factors of each normal workday:
Time spent: Inside 6 hours, Outside 2-4 hours
Temperature: Normal range
Humidity: Normal range
Atmosphere: Fumes _X__ Odors_X__ Dust _X_ Gas ___
Describe: Dust from wood processing and from unpaved road areas may be present.
Special hazards: Mechanical X Electrical X Chemical X
Explosive X Radiation Other
Describe: Sawmill machinery is operating constantly. Need to be alert at all times. Learn to use
proper safeguards and follow safe operating procedures. Precautions must be taken in order to
work safely on machinery.
Personal Protective Equipment required:
Safety glasses, hard hat, safety-toed work boots, hearing protection, welding hood, cutting glasses, and gloves.
These examples are not meant to be inclusive and management reserves the right to change, add or delete in order to meet the needs of the operation and crew.
Employees are expected to maintain a clear and orderly work space, assist fellow workers whenever possible and work other shifts as necessary. Comply with Company work and SAFETY standards and utilize required personal protective equipment.
MILLWRIGHT RECOMMENDED TOOL LIST
1- WIRE BRUSH 1- POCKET SCRIBE
1- CHIPPING HAMMER 1- SOAP STONE (W/HOLDER
1- BALL PEEN HAMMER (SMALL) 1- 3/8” DR.SOCKET SET
1- CLAW HAMMER 1- 1/2” DR. SOCKET SET
1- FIBER OR BRASS HAMMER 1- PAIR VISE GRIP (LG) PLIERS
1- TIP CLEANER 1- PAIR VISE GRIP (SML) PLIERS
1- TRI-SQUARE 1- CHANNEL LOCK PLIERS
1- TORPEDO LEVEL 1- VISE GRIP “C” CLAMPS
1- 24” OR LONGER LEVEL 1- 20’ TAPE MEASURE
1- SLIDING “T” BEVEL SQUARE 1- 50’ TAPE MEASURE
1- SET OF TROMMEL POINT DIVIDERS 1- NEEDLE NOSE PLIERS
1- PAIR OF INSIDE/OUTSIDE CALIPERS 1- ASSORTMENT OF PUNCHES
1- .000 to 1.000 MICROMETER 1- ASSORTMENT OF CHISELS
1- BURNING SQ. 1- ASSORTMENT OF SCREW DRIVERS
1- FRAMING SQUARE 1- TIN SNIPS
1- CHALK LINE 1- HACK SAW
1- PLUMB BOB 1- SET COMBINATION WRENCHES OPEN
END/BOX ¼” to 1-1/4”
1- EASY OUTS
1- 14”, 18”, & 24” PIPE WRENCH
1- SET OF FEELER GUAGES
1- 15” CRESCENT WRENCH 1- 18” LINE UP BAR
1- CHAIN WRENCH – 4” to 6” 1- CENTER PUNCHES
1- TRANSFER PUNCHES 1- PUTTY KNIFE
1- SNAP RING PLIERS 1- VOLT STICK
A minimum of 3-years in a Journey Level Industrial Millwright position or be currently enrolled in a Hampton Apprenticeship Program. State classification as a Journeyman Millwright is preferred but not required. Must hold and maintain current Hampton PIT authorization. High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Proficient in ability to weld, cut, troubleshoot equipment and systems, maintain all working components, operate machinery, understand pneumatic and hydraulic systems, proficient use of all tools relate to the trade and good communication skills.
40 hrs/Wk Flexible to meet the needs of the operational
$23.47 = Applicable shift differential
Hampton Affiliates - 17 months ago