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Mechanical Maintenance 2

SUMMARY

Under limited supervision, repairs and maintains machinery and mechanical equipment such as production machines and equipment by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. 

  • Ultimately responsible for returning machine to full operational status.
  • Observes mechanical devices in operation and listens to their sound to troubleshoot possible problems.
  • Dismantles equipment and machines to gain access and remove defective parts.
  • Rebuilds machines to improve tolerances and overall performance.
  • Fabricates obsolete machine parts.
  • Adjusts functional parts of devices and control instruments.
  • Repairs or replaces defective parts.  Installs new parts and lubricates the existing parts.
  • Prepares requisitions for parts and machines.
  • Provide emergency/unscheduled repairs on equipment.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance repairs on equipment.
  • Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area.
  • Comply with state and federal law safety regulations in addition to Oberg safety and security procedures. 
  • Adhere to company policies and state and federal laws and regulations relating to employment, including promoting a workplace free of discrimination and harassment.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to work in a standing, sitting, or bent position for 10 hours/day and must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds with control.  The employee must be able to raise arms above shoulders and maintain dexterity for extended periods of time and also use hands to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and be able to stoop or kneel for excessive periods of time.  The employee must be able to perform the physical demands of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.  The employee must be able to wear personal protective equipment. The employee must be able to travel between departments and divisions, and domestic and international travel is occasionally required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to the risk of electrical shock.  The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts, in a comfortable climatic work setting, and occasionally may be exposed to working outdoors.

QUALIFICATIONS:  

  • Must have the ability and interpersonal skills to successfully work as a team member to obtain desired results.
  • Must be able to understand and apply work-related documents such as operating manuals, maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Must be able to understand and perform to job-related quality standards, methods, usage of inspection devices and reporting as required.
  • Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or be able to comply with U.S. export regulations. 
  • Must be able to read and understand blueprints.
  • Must be able to work all shifts including holidays and weekends.
  • Must be able to read and understand blueprints.
  • Must be able to locate, diagnose and correct problems in equipment and systems utilizing test equipment and/or prior work experience.
  • Must be able to work 50 hours per week, however, schedule may be adjusted according to business and operational needs.
  • Must be able to communicate through written, verbal, or other means of communication.
  • Must be able to wear personal protection equipment, such as earplugs, safety glasses, and safety shoes.

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE / EDUCATIONAL

  • High school diploma or equivalent.    
  • 4 Years in-house shop experience or equivalent experience required.

NOTE:

The preceding is presented as a matter of occupational information and guidance only, all such other reasonable tasks, duties, and responsibilities as management may deem necessary may be included for satisfactory performance.

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