Full time
8 Hour shift
Non-Exempt – Hourly

As a Maintenance Mechanic you will be responsible to Coordinate and perform maintenance, preventive maintenance, repairs, modifications, trouble shooting on existing industrial process machinery including automated wire mesh welders, high speed wire drawing machines, continuous coating machinery, metal shears, and PVC processing/mixing machinery as well as common industrial equipment including process heating/combustion systems, fans, boilers, pumps, piping systems, steam systems, chilled water system, reheat hot water, compressed air system, vacuum system, fire detection and suppression systems, water treatment systems, plumbing systems, and oversight for all waste water pre-treatment systems.

Maintenance Mechanic Key Job Responsibilities:

• Provides emergency/unscheduled repairs of production equipment during production and performs scheduled maintenance repairs of production equipment during machine service.
• Prepares and sets up machinery for scheduled production runs.
• Performs mechanic skills including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting and repair of heavy industrial processing machinery.
• Reads and interprets equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.
• Perform work in a safe an efficient manner in compliance with company and OSHA rules and regulations.
• With Maintenance Supervisor, determine and implement appropriate work procedures to ensure high reliability for site critical utility and production systems. Develop and maintain assigned Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Preventative Maintenance Procedures (PMPs) and supporting documentation.
• Support, develop, and utilize the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for work orders, repairs, PMP’s and inventory control, with specific ownership for Work Order component of the CMMS relative to time reporting and job status changes.
• Place orders to crib attendant for parts/materials needed for repairs, or to replenish critical spare parts inventory for functional area systems and equipment.
• Support projects and represent Maintenance group on project teams. Project work may involve reviewing drawings/ specifications and providing design input.
• Work with design/installation teams to ensure proper coordination and confirm compliance with deliverables, contract drawings, codes and standards.

Maintenance Mechanic Desired Skills and Experience
Skills and Qualifications

• Trouble-Shooting and Repairing – Determine root causes of operating errors and repair complex facilities equipment or systems using necessary tools. Includes determining the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job.
• Oral and Written Comprehension – Ability to understand, read and revise complex Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Ability to analyze and interpret engineering drawings, mechanical diagrams/schematics, and possess good diagnostic skills.
• Operation Monitoring – Watch and interpret gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure equipment is working properly. Report and correct (or identify resources needed to correct) equipment deficiencies.
• Initiative – Position requires high degree of initiative in resolving problems and developing recommendations. The Maintenance Mechanic uses his or her skills to add innovation and support ongoing operational excellence, completing tasks in creative, effective and cost-efficient ways.
• Reliability – Demonstrated reliability and an exemplary work record also required –including the willingness and ability to work extended hours, occasional holidays to support maintenance shut-downs, critical repairs and project implementation.
• Individual must possess knowledge associated with the licensing, permitting and other regulatory requirements necessary to perform scope of work.
• Maintain current Grade 3(or higher) Industrial Waste Water Treatment Operator License & working knowledge of ISO compliance & certification procedures and processes.
• Must have experience with WWT operations and systems.
• Technical Knowledge Required
• Mechanical – Expert knowledge of machines, tools, and critical systems (e.g.; building automation systems, and electrical power systems) including their design, operations, repair and maintenance requirements.
• Computers – Knowledge of software relevant to Computerized Maintenance Management Systems.
• Safety – Knowledge of relevant OSHA policies and procedures to ensure safe operation of mechanical systems and tools.

Education & Certifications

• Minimum education required is High School Diploma. Vocational schooling preferred.
• 3-5 years of experience working with complex facilities equipment and systems
• Associate’s degree in mechanical engineering technology or related field preferred.