•Requires one to three years of trades training
•Three to five years of progressively responsible related experience
•Employee must be certifiable for Fork Truck operation.
•Employee must be able to work at altitudes of 100ft. maximum.
•Employee must be trainable to operate a boom lift and scissor lift.
•Employee must have the ability to work independently.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) is a Toshiba America Inc. Group Company, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation. TIC is comprised of three divisions: the Industrial Division and the Transmission and Distribution Systems Division, both of which are headquartered in Houston, Texas, and the Power Systems Division headquartered in San Francisco, California. For over 40 years, TIC has upheld the tradition and reputation of our parent company. While each division markets its own unique products, all share main ideals: innovative technology, superior quality, unmatched reliability, and dedicated customer service.
POWER SYSTEMS DIVISION
The Power Systems Division, one of the biggest in-house companies in Toshiba, is a leading manufacturer of heavy electrical apparatuses with a worldwide sales/service network. The North American operation of the Power Systems business operates out of three facilities: the San Francisco, CA office, the Chadds Ford, PA office, and the Milwaukee Service Center in West Allis, WI. As a leading electric equipment manufacturer, Power Systems has globally supplied steam turbine generators to both the regulated and non-regulated electric markets within North America since 1967.
In addition, Power Systems has provided reliable, innovative, and environmentally friendly products, services, and energy to the marketplace for more than 100 years. Critical functions such as proposal reviews and preparation, application engineering, logistics, project management, inventory, training, and after-market support are all performed between these three locations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.
•Perform mechanic skills including, but not limited to mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic, and welding, to install, repair, rebuild, and maintain machinery, mechanical equipment, and cranes.
•Read and interprets equipment manuals to diagnose, adjust, and/or repair, machine malfunctions and operating difficulties during emergency and unscheduled down-time.
•Rebuild machines, components and attachments, to involve dismantling, inspection, machining or replacement of purchased parts.
•Perform mechanic activities relative to the installation and relocation of existing machines and equipment, including disconnection and reconnection, dismantling and erecting, leveling, fitting and aligning operations.
•Perform maintenance on the building, facilities, and the grounds, including masonry, rough carpentry and painting.
•Assist Supervisor in determining the nature and scope of projects and the requirements for completion.
•Perform preventive maintenance on production equipment and machinery.
•Perform preventive maintenance on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning units.
•Maintain required maintenance logs and files.
•Submit requests for additional parts and service.
•Follow all clean up and housekeeping procedures.
•Comply with all quality, safety and sanitation regulations.
•Work safely and follow Toshiba’s Safety Policy.
•Complete other tasks as assigned by Supervisor.
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