- Uses common tools including but not limited to: hand and power tools such as hammers, hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches, precision measuring instruments, and electrical and electronic testing devices.
- Ensures safe operation of machinery, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems equipment and components; following blueprints and schematics, operations manuals, manufacturer's instructions, and engineering specifications.
- Troubleshoots sources of equipment problems.
- Examines parts and removes defective parts by dismantling devices using hand and power tools, hoists, and cranes.
- Inspects used parts using measuring instruments.
- Adjusts functional parts of devices and control instruments by using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straightedges.
- Inspects motors and belts, checks fluid levels, replaces filters, and performs other maintenance actions while following maintenance procedures.
- Performs boiler chemical testing; records results in the log books; and makes necessary chemistry adjustments.
- Performs daily and weekly safety checks on boilers and makes necessary repairs.
- Records and analyzes meter readings of gas, electric, water in logs and takes corrective actions where appropriate.
- Cleans and lubricates shafts, bearings, gears, and other parts of location equipment.
- Follow all applicable Cintas Standard PMs.
- Utilize CMMS for all PM activities.
- Performs daily and weekly location and systems safety checks and repair and reports unsafe conditions immediately.
- Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
- Performs electrical work procedures in accordance with NFPA 70E.
- Performs Lockout/Tagout procedures where appropriate.
- May use eMaint Computerized Maintenance Management Systems Software.
- Maintenance Records
- Utilizes preventive maintenance records on all equipment and systems.
- Records equipment failure, problems, parts used and steps taken to make repairs. Adheres to the daily use of the shift change log.
- Performs boiler chemical testing. Records results in the logs.
- Performs daily and weekly safety checks on boilers and makes necessary repairs.
- Records meter readings of gas, electric, and water in logs.
- Utilizes an accurate equipment file.
- Utilizes a repair parts list and equipment contact vendor list.
- Utilizes a parts replacement file containing all systems components that are presently in use with all necessary data.
- Assists with developing location specific items to support the implementation of corporate initiatives.
- Assists with conserving maintenance resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.
- Monitors equipment, parts, and supplies.
- Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing technical publications, and establishing professional networks, and attending job-required training.
- Anticipates maintenance issues and takes corrective action to reduce or eliminate downtime.
- Communicates with Management if there are any issues that may result in downtime for the operation.
- Responds to emergency alarms.
- Provides maintenance information to appropriate partners.
- Assists other maintenance personnel with emergency and non-emergency repairs.
- Executes assignments on an action list (including non-maintenance related items) prepared by the Maintenance Supervisor and approved by the Plant Manager.
- Performs any and all other duties as assigned by location management.
- Adheres to the location’s attendance policy. Attendance is an essential function of the job.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
- Climbing: Ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles and the like, using feet and legs and/or hands and arms. Body agility is emphasized.
- Balancing: Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces.
- Stooping: Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist.
- Kneeling: Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees.
- Crouching: Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine.
- Crawling: Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet.
- Reaching: Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
- Standing: Remaining upright on the feet, particularly for sustained periods of time.
- Walking: Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another.
- Pushing: Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or outward.
- Pulling: Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion.
- Lifting: Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to-position.
- Fingering: Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than with whole hand or arm as in handling.
- Grasping: Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
- Feeling: Perceiving attributes of objects, such as size, shape, temperature or texture by touching with skin, particularly that of fingertips.
- Repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
- Talking: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; those activities where detailed or important spoken instructions must be conveyed to other workers accurately, loudly, quickly and coherently.
- Hearing: Perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction, and having the ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and making fine discriminations in sound.
- Ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
- The worker is required to have visual acuity to perform an activity such as: operating machines such as lathes, drill presses, power saws and mills where the seeing job is at or within arm’s reach; performing mechanical or skilled trades tasks of a non-repetitive nature such as ones by carpenters, technicians, service people, plumbers, painters, mechanics, etc.
- The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts, and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication of parts at distances close to the eyes.
- The worker is required to have visual acuity to operate motor vehicles or heavy equipment.
- The worker is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned or to make general observations of facilities or structures.
- The worker is subject to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions. The worker may be subject to extreme cold: Temperatures occasionally below 32 degrees for periods of more than one hour.
- The worker may be subject to extreme heat: Temperatures occasionally above 100 degrees for periods of more than one hour.
- The worker is subject to noise: Occasionally there is sufficient noise to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above the ambient noise level.
- The worker is subject to vibration: Occasional exposure to oscillating movements of the extremities or whole body.
- The worker is subject to hazards: Includes a variety of physical conditions, such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, moving vehicles, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, exposure to high heat or exposure to chemicals.
- The worker is subject to atmospheric conditions: One or more of the following conditions that affect the respiratory system of the skin: Fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases or poor ventilation.
- The worker is subject to oils: There is air and/or skin exposure to oils and other cutting fluids.
- The worker frequently is in close quarters, crawl spaces, shafts, man holes, small enclosed rooms, small sewage and water line pipes, and other areas which could cause claustrophobia.
- The worker is required to function in narrow aisles or passageways.