The mechanic performs the role of maintaining and optimizing plant assets in order to provide the capacity to meet the needs of manufacturing by performing the role of mechanical troubleshooting specialist in reacting to equipment failures as well as recognizing problems/failures before they occur. The mechanic actively works with equipment operators to minimize the impact of failures. They will utilize the skills and tools of the maintenance specialist, stationary engineer, machinist, maintenance support, etc. They perform the role of mechanical analyst in reviewing equipment failure history and predictive maintenance information to optimize equipment performance. They perform sandblasting and other maintenance support duties as outlined as common skills. They perform the role of training specialist for Apprentices, Maintenance Partners, and other fellow Mechanics. This includes, but is not limited to, development and execution of training plans, maintaining training records, and determination of certification status to those team members assigned to him/her. Performs the roles of data manager interacting with computerized plant systems ensuring that data input is accurate and up to date for assigned equipment. This includes, but is not limited to, utilizing the computerized maintenance systems to procure parts and input/receive relevant information on equipment, budgets, work methods, tasks lists, etc. Performs the role of production operations team member for the purpose of performing preventative maintenance, debugging, troubleshooting, and testing equipment.
The employee should hold the following abilities:
COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE COMPENTENCIES
The employee must be able to:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
The employee should have the following:
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
This position requires: