Maintenance Mechanic

Job Location US-NM-Carlsbad
ID
2021-5421
# of Openings
5
Category
Manufacturing
Type
Direct Hire

Overview

Allied Reliability is currently looking for experienced Maintenance Mechanics to work in a manufacturing environment in New Mexico. This position is responsible for the maintenance and repair of equipment and facilities essential to the operations function. 

Responsibilities

  • These duties include (but are not limited to): repair of underground face equipment mechanical/hydraulic/electrical problems; repair underground diesel equipment/volumetric skip loading equipment/pan feeder and vibro feeder equipment/belt pulleys, drive motors, gear units, and hydraulic take-up systems; service and perform preventive maintenance on underground face equipment; perform essential tasks related to electrical resistance welding and oxy-ace cutting.
  • Overtime is required and is an essential job function. 
  • Must be willing to work overtime including call-outs.
  • Must be able to use the necessary equipment and tools to perform the job duties.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma/GED required.
  • This position requires a candidate with a strong background in heavy equipment maintenance, both mechanical and electrical; minimum high school diploma with at least two (2) year’s experience in an industrial environment, preferably underground mining operations; post-secondary technical education may be substituted for one (1) year of experience; experience in continuous mechanized mining operations is preferred.
  • Perform physical tasks in accordance with company policy, frequent stooping, bending, walking, swinging a sledge hammer, barring down, etc.
  • Attendance record must demonstrate dependability. Candidates with outstanding discipline actions for attendance may be disqualified.
  • Work record must reflect a high regard for and commitment to safety. Candidates with outstanding discipline actions for safety may be disqualified.

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