The Millwright is responsible for fabricating, installing, maintaining and demolishing (as needed) rotating equipment, foundations, supports, motors and all other associated equipment typical of chemical plants. The Millwright must work independently or in partnership with other staff members, on general mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and utility operation tasks. His/her responsibilities include, monitoring the operation of the equipment and systems through preventive and predictive activities including gathering and recording related data and anything else associated with providing reliable equipment and facilities for the manufacture of product. This includes daily and weekly housekeeping chores such as picking up, washing, wiping, sweeping and shoveling.
The Millwright must be physically able to perform work such as moving pipe and other equipment, dismantling, rigging, lifting, etc., up to 50 pounds, and other tasks typical of a maintenance Millwright. He/she must have the mental dexterity necessary to accomplish a multitude of tasks safely and effectively. The Millwright must be able to recognize unusual conditions, reason out the cause and use good judgment in being able to deal with them safely.
Education: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required.
AAS degree, trade school certificate or certified apprenticeship is preferred.