The Maintenance Mechanic maintains tests and repairs mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems and components related to the facility and production equipment. The position applies knowledge of mechanical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment to operation.
Essential Functions of the Job: As a Maintenance Mechanic, the employee will be responsible to learn and then perform the functions listed below:
Troubleshoot and repair mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment, including but not limited to CNC Milling Machines, Robotic Welding Systems, Power Transmission Equipment, Powered Industrial Lift Equipment, Gauges and Test Equipment.
Plan and perform work required through knowledge of mechanical theories and principles, written specifications, local and national electrical codes and all company safety policies.
Install, start up and shut down equipment in accordance with company safety procedures and assure compliance with OSHA’s lock-out tag-out requirements.
Inform management of potential mechanical problems. Advise them of any inherent dangers involved.
Maintain company required maintenance and inventory records for preventive and demand maintenance repairs.
Assist management in creating and modifying preventive maintenance work orders to maintain a high percentage of overall equipment efficiency.
Perform preventive and demand maintenance functions as directed.
Assists maintenance personnel with technical troubleshooting.
Assists and trains other maintenance and technical level employees.