Powerhouse Technician/Ammonia & Refrigeration

US-AR-Fayetteville
ID
2017-3654
# of Openings
3
Category
Manufacturing
Type
Direct Hire

Overview

Power House Engineers provide quality problem-solving skills and execute the upkeep and repairs that pertain to the plant’s utilizes and operating equipment. They coordinate preventative maintenance and assess emergency maintenance as needed. Maintenance employees must involve themselves in the identification of defects while partnering with production line management in rectifying potential problems as they arise. They must be able to openly communicate potential problems to the Maintenance and Production Line Management whenever they are unable to prevent or correct difficulties in the plant utilities and/or machinery.

Responsibilities

Power House Engineers could perform, but not limited to, one or more of the following duties:

 

  • Keep area clean and orderly.
  • Coordinate all procedures related to a shutdown of the plant or emergency shutdown of individual pieces of facility equipment or machinery.
  • Provide quality troubleshooting and coordinate repairs as needed.
  • Provide upkeep and preventative maintenance to utilities, plant facility, and machinery as needed.
  • Organize and coordinate work and demonstrate control of ammonia, steam, glycol, air, and water systems.
  • Perform maintenance to refrigeration system in accordance with Process Safety Management guidelines.
  • Maintain records on the preventative maintenance program for all systems.
  • Perform necessary line changeovers, start-ups, and shutdowns.
  • Perform job in a safe and efficient manner as directed by company procedures.
  • Keep and maintain any record or statistical data as needed.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by Maintenance Management.
OTHER FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

General labor and sanitary requirements involving normal motion patterns with low to average manual dexterity such as, but not limited to, the use of hand tool, reading of instruction manuals and blue prints, and working in tight and confined spaces and exposure to abnormal environmental conditions.

Qualifications

Must be able to pass a Background Check.  -No felonies last 7 years
Must be able to pass a Drug Screen.

 

Minimum qualifications for this position are as follows

  • Reading, writing, and math comprehension at 8th grade level.
  • Must pass PFT (Pulmonary function Test).
  • Possess two (2) year minimum of trade or technical skill set, such as, but not limited to Welding, Electrical, HVAC, Industrial Maintenance, or Ammonia.

 Preferred qualification for this position are as follows, but not limited to:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED).
  • Possession of State of Arkansas boiler License.
  • Possession of Ammonia Refrigeration certification.

 

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