Repair, overhaul, rebuild and assemble a wide variety of plant equipment, including numerically controlled machines, precision-built machines and material handling equipment. Determine and/or develop maintenance procedures when documentation is not available and devise and make tools/equipment to facilitate work. Task Duties and Responsibilities: Obtain job assignment from management. Review trouble tickets to determine what needs to be done, as required. Lock out, tag out and try out equipment for safety, as required. Obtain and analyze drawings, sketches, hydraulic schematics and specifications needed to perform assigned work. Troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions on all types of factory machinery including, N/C machines and controllers, gearboxes and machine accessories, using various types of test equipment. Plan and sequence work including ordering required parts and staging necessary tools and equipment. Service, maintain, upgrade and modify plant and material handling equipment using hand, power and precision measurement tools, per engineer requirements, as required. Remove, repair and install hydraulic and pneumatic equipment (e.g., tubing and hoses), as required. Layout and fabricate component parts (e.g., brackets, keystock), to repair/modify plant equipment and machinery, as required. Check and adjust flatness/alignment of machine beds, surfaces, shafts and pulleys using precision levels and optical equipment including lasers. Perform/observe operational check to ensure problem has been corrected and confer with the operator that the machine is operating well, as required. Operate electric stackers, mechanical lifts and pendant cranes to move heavy components/equipment. When job is complete close out, describe completed repair process and notify appropriate personnel. Provide assistance and instruction to co-workers in problem identification, computing skills, operation methods and prevention processes, as required. Consult with co-workers, lead, supervisor, engineer or other appropriate personnel when assistance is needed and/or when there are questions on job related issues. Work and coordinate with other crafts, vendors and suppliers, as required. Leave verbal/written tie-ins for follow on shifts.
1. Use mathematics including practical math, algebra, geometry and trigonometry.
2. Read and interpret engineering drawings. Capable of visualizing a three-dimensional shape from a two-dimensional view, converting left-hand to right-hand views and understanding symbols, flag notes, and general notes.
3. Read and interpret production illustrations (PI), engineering drawings, wiring diagrams, and/or schematics. Capable of visualizing a three-dimensional shape from a two-dimensional view converting left-hand to right-hand views and understanding symbols, flag notes, and general notes.
4. Operate computing equipment to access job information (e.g., drawings, specifications and other online information systems).
5. Operate computing equipment to input job information.
6. Knowledge of the coordinate system to identify multiple axes (e.g., X,Y,Z).
7. Operate man aboard electric stackers in a safe manner.
8. Follow oral/written instructions provided by the team leader, supervisor and/or engineering.
9. Use various types of hand tools and/or hand-held power tools.
10. Knowledge of proper use, handling and disposal of hazardous materials per government regulations and Boeing procedures.
11. General knowledge of the operation of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, including pressure and vacuum vessels.
12. "Think before acting," (e.g., anticipate outcome of an action, know if something looks wrong) and ask questions when necessary.
13. Mechanical ability, manual dexterity, and hand/eye coordination required to perform various projects, per drawings, sketches, and verbal or written instructions.
14. Operate mechanical lifts of various types (e.g., scissor lifts, elevated work platforms) in a safe manner.
15. Set up and operate conventional optics such as alignment scopes, levels, transits, optical scales, optical squares and laser alignment kits.
16. Organize, plan, and sequence work efficiently.
17. Use various types of floor-mounted power tools (e.g. bandsaw, grinder, drill press, disk sander).
18. Use various types of precision measuring tools.
19. Investigate and resolve problems; devise and implement solutions.
20. Knowledge of safe working practices, emergency procedures and possible dangerous situations.
21. Work with others as part of a team which includes giving and receiving feedback, assisting others in completion of tasks; possess interpersonal, listening, and participation skills.
22. Understand the application of technical documents/information such as machine/equipment manuals and safety documentation.
23. Skilled in the selection, set-up and operation of the appropriate tool(s) for a given type of work.
24. Provide on-the-job-training to others.
25. Effectively communicate verbal information such as tie-ins and job related information.
26. Effectively communicate written/oral information such as tie-ins, planning or engineering change requests and reports.
Basic Qualifications For Consideration
Do you have at least 10 years experience as a Machine Tool Mechanic repairing metal cutting machinery?
Prefer high school diploma or vocational technical training and 10 years on the job experience.
Boeing - 13 months ago
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