JOB SUMMARY: Under moderate supervision, performs mechanical maintenance, modifications and new installations of equipment and mechanical systems. Regularly services manufacturing equipment by performing general maintenance, inspections, necessary repairs, and troubleshooting tasks. Utilizes in-depth knowledge of mechanical principles to work on complex mechanical issues and equipment.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duty/Responsibility: Communicates and works directly with engineering on complex repairs/ diagnostics and equipment modifications. Can read and understand complex mechanical drawings and blueprints.
Duty/Responsibility: Maintains all plant and production equipment by using analytical troubleshooting specifically of mechanical components and systems. Inspects equipment, structures, or materials to identify root cause of errors or other problems or defects.
Duty/Responsibility: Works with electrical technicians and assists in the repairs or diagnostics of achinery and systems. This may include electronic repairs as well as mechanical.
Duty/Responsibility: Installs components, units and mechanical devices following specifications.
Duty/Responsibility: Uses an intermediate understanding of mechanics, control systems, mechanical systems and robotics to diagnose complicated problems. Analyzes information and evaluates results to choose the best solution and solve problems.
Duty/Responsibility: Uses hand, power, and pneumatic tools as well as electronic testing equipment.
Duty/Responsibility: Makes modifications to equipment and adjustments/repairs according to written or directed specifications, including but not limited to complicated mechanical drawings and blue prints.
Duty/Responsibility: Fabricates or modifies mechanical components, jigs and test fixtures under direction or from supplied documentation. Including but not limited to utilizing a basic level of general machining, welding, rigging industrial piping and other mechanical installations.
Duty/Responsibility: Records parts and materials used and provides information for the requisition of new parts and materials as necessary.
POSITION HAS DIRECT REPORTS (Yes/No): No
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A
WORK RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL): Engineers, Manufacturing Facilitators, Machine Operators, Mechanical Technicians, Electrical Technicians, Operation Leaders.
WORK RELATIONSHIPS (EXTERNAL): N/A
ORIGINAL: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
EDUCTATION: Degree from a Technical HS mechanical technology or equivalent certification or Equivalent Experience plus a minimum of three years experience working in an industrial equipment repair and maintenance environment.
RELATED EXPERIENCE: 3 – 5 years
CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES: None required, however a formal mechanical trades apprenticeship, Journeyman Millwright or Journeyman Industrial Piper certification a plus even if not for the state of Massachusetts
SKILLS REQUIRED: Requires thorough understanding of mechanics and mechanical systems including drive systems, bearings, pneumatics, hydraulics, industrial piping, etc. This position requires extensive knowledge and use of a hand tools, machine tools, and various other analytical devices for troubleshooting mechanical systems. Must be able to read and follow complicated mechanical parts diagrams and blueprints, troubleshooting logic in the form of flow charts and troubleshooting guides at a minimum. The candidate must possess solid computer skills and be able to use Microsoft Windows, Excel, & Word. Previous working experience with a CMMS is required. Must be a highly motivated self-starter capable of working independently as well as in group settings. Well organized and able to multi-task. Good verbal and written communications skills.
EDUCTATION: Degree from a Technical HS (mechanical technology), equivalent certification or equivalent experience
RELATED EXPERIENCE: 3 – 5 years
CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES: None required.
SKILLS REQUIRED: Three years’ experience working in an industrial equipment repair and maintenance environment; thorough understanding of mechanics and mechanical systems including drive systems, bearings, pneumatics, hydraulics, industrial piping, etc.; extensive knowledge and use of a hand tools, machine tools, and various analytical devices for troubleshooting mechanical systems; ability to read and follow complicated mechanical parts diagrams and blueprints, ability to troubleshoot logic in the form of flow charts and troubleshooting guides; solid computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Windows; working experience with Computerized Maintenance Management Software; highly motivated self-starter, capable of working independently as well as in group settings; strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task and good verbal and written communications skills.
Job Type: Temporary
- relevant: 3 years (Preferred)
Typical start time:
Typical end time:
- Monday to Friday
- Weekends required
- Holidays required
- Day shift
- 10 hour shift