Clutch Rebuilder Job Description Sample
JOB REQUIREMENTS: Parts Rebuilder We are looking for a motivated individual to join an Appleton, WI team as a Parts Rebuilder/Customer Service Associate. TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED to help you become an expert with automotive electrical products and professionally serving customers in the automotive, agricultural and heavy duty truck repair industries. A mechanical aptitude is preferred but must have a strong interest in learning automotive electrical systems. Monday
Friday; 8:00 am
5:00 pm The duties of this position will include:
Bench work repairing and rebuilding alternators, starters, generators and DC motors
Bench testing customer units
Use of computer to cross reference part numbers
Use of computer to look up parts by application
Serving customers at our counter and on the telephone
Receiving and filling orders
Invoicing customers for purchases
- Customer diagnostic assistance Position
High School diploma or equivalent Automotive interest and mechanical apptitude Mechanical experience with hand and air tools Valid Driver's License Basic Computer skills Ability to communicate effectively Enjoy working with people to solve problems Ability to stand for long periods Ability to lift 50 lbs. on an occasional basis Ability to pass a pre-employment drug test For immediate consideration: forward your resume to: OR - Apply in person and have an on-the-spot interview at: US Tech Force, 1040 Spencer St, Suite 101, Appleton, WI 54914 OR - Visit our website for an up-to-date list of job openings or to apply: Call at:APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Apply In Person: US Tech Force 4010 W. Spencer St Suite 101 Appleton, WI 54914 Mail a Rsum: US Tech Force 4010 W. Spencer St. Suite 101 Appleton, WI 54914 E-Mail a Rsum: Apply Online: Fax a Rsum: Call For Appointment:
IC Truck Mechanic - Welder Fabricator
Kodak is Hiring!
We are looking for an IC Truck Mechanic - Welder Fabricator.
In this position you will:
Diagnoses, services and repairs various systems that are found on pieces of heavy equipment such as mechanical and computer electronic controls, air brake systems, transmissions, computer controlled automatic and manual transmissions, and pneumatic systems.
Troubleshoots malfunctions in the equipment and repairs.
Repairs and services track drive sprockets, rails, idler wheels, hard bars, track adjusters, hydraulic reversers, final drives, brake bands, steering clutches and hydrostatic transmissions.
Fabricates, modifies, and installs special equipment or replacement parts using, torch sets, and metal cutting saws.
Performs routine maintenance checks and adjustments on such things as fluid levels, hoses, belts, brakes, tires, and clutches; changes filters and oil, and lubricates vehicles and motor driven equipment.
Services, diagnoses, repairs and maintains speed tandem drive axles with air or electric shift, hydrostatic driven, heavy duty multi-axle suspensions, both conventional steel or air springs.
Tunes gas and diesel engines, services valves, fuel filters and turbo chargers, and pressure checks fuel filters, adjust injector heights, fuel racks, governors, etc.
Diagnoses problems, disassembles units, repairs or replaces parts, and reassembles units in the following systems:
Brakes: Repairs or replaces shoes, pads, drums, hoses, calipers, cylinders, any heavy-duty air brakes.
Cooling: Flushes radiators, replaces hoses and thermostat, repairs or replaces radiator and water pump, fan drives, treatment filters, air intercoolers and oil coolers.
Drive: Repairs and replaces drive shaft, differential, axle, manual, automatic and sophisticated computer-controlled transmissions, clutches, transfer cases, power take-off systems, transmission reversers, all-wheel drive steering axles and final drives.
Electrical: Repairs or replaces fuses, batteries, lights, instruments, warning devices, controls and switches, computer controls, modules, alternators, starters, and defective cables and wiring.
Exhaust and Emissions Control: Replaces mufflers, manifolds, catalytic converters, turbochargers, blowers, and pipes.
Heating and Air Conditioning: Repairs or replaces heater cores, condensers, compressors, hoses, and controls; recharges air conditioning systems.
Hydraulic: Repairs or replaces pumps, hoses, valves, winches and cylinders.
Air: Repairs or replaces compressors, air dryers, brake valves, air tanks and hoses.
Steering and Suspension System: Aligns and balances wheels, repairs or replaces tie rods, ball joints, gear boxes, shock absorbers, springs, steering linkage, kingpins, power steering, hoses, pumps, walking beam suspensions and air suspensions.
Overhauls engines, replaces engines, and rebuilds components.
Maintain service logs and records of maintenance on vehicles and motorized equipment, using fleet maintenance and management software.
Testing equipment for operational safety
Inspecting and testing for malfunctioning equipment
Repairing and rebuilding hydraulic and manual brake systems, cylinders, pumps, gear boxes, drive units and transmissions
Responsible for insuring equipment safety and serviceability
Planning and performing equipment maintenance and repair activities at both Fleet shop or in the field customer location.
Must be capable of setting up and operating a wide range of fabrication and welding equipment to include but not limited to: band saw, cut off saw, slitting saw, rollers, shears, brake press, press, pipe, laser, plasma, weld, and various power tools.
Must make complex setups and hold close tolerances in the fabrication and weld manufacturing cycle of a variety of parts made from various materials and configurations—bar stock, ferrous and nonferrous metals, stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum.
Employee is responsible for maintaining/improving housekeeping standard in his/her work area and adhering to established safety rules and practices.
Must be able to weld the following processes and pass functional weld test: (GTAW) Gas Tig Arc Weld; (GMAW) Gas Mig Arc Weld; (FCAW) Flux Core Arc Weld; Stick Metal Arc Weld (SMAW); Employees will be required to pass additional function tests to meet visual and workmanship requirements on certain products or programs.
Must be able to weld in 6G positions: Flat, Vertical, Horizontal, Overhead, etc. as required.
Must be able to weld the following materials: Steel, Stainless, Aluminum, and any other materials, some of high complexity, required by a particular program.
Must have the knowledge and the ability to apply algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric functions to blueprint dimensions in the manufacture of complex parts.
In-process and completed welds shall meet visual and workmanship requirements IAW governing fabrication document(s) to include but not limited to: weld contouring, joint fit-up inspection, 5X visual inspection of root weld, weld spatter removal, arc strikes, et…
Welding operations shall follow IAW established Weld Procedure Specifications (WPS) at all times; including but not limited to amperage, volts, travel speed, filler material type, preheat and interpass temperature, etc.
Employees assigned to closed areas may be required to assist with ancillary tasks such as painting, blasting, assembly to ensure product completed.
Performs fitting and fabrication functions as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must have the knowledge and skill to set, use, and read precision layout and measuring instruments.
Must have the ability to read and interpret multi-paged complex blueprints.
Must possess the knowledge, skill, and ability to set up and operate metal working and welding equipment.
Must have the ability, confidence, and self-motivation to apply talents independently and with good judgment.
Must pass and maintain required weld certification.
Must also be able to pass written and practical test on weld specifications and pass visual and workmanship requirements for products or programs. May be required to pass requalification tests when requested by the Company. Such requalification shall be defined by S9074-AQ-GIB-010/248.Developing knowledge to considerable knowledge is required at the experienced level for some, and thorough knowledge is required at the advanced level for most job requirements.
Knowledge of the standard practices, materials, tools, and equipment used in the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles and engines.
Knowledge of safety issues in the use of tools, equipment, and supplies used in repair of motorized vehicles and MHE and JCE.
Knowledge of body and frame construction.
Skill in the use of mechanized tools, jacks, and hoists.
Skill in the use of a variety of diagnostic testing and tuning equipment.
Ability to diagnose mechanical, electrical and hydraulic malfunctions.
Ability to read manuals and schematics.
Ability to rebuild engines, major driveline components, motors, electrical and hydraulic components
Ability to communicate with other mechanics about repair work needed.
Ability to enter repair information in fleet maintenance management
Maintenance Tech II Mechanic-Weekend Shift
Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. Our 117,000 employees create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions, integrated infrastructure and next generation transportation systems that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities. Our commitment to sustainability dates back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. We are committed to helping our customers win and creating greater value for all of our stakeholders through strategic focus on our buildings and energy growth platforms. For additional information, please visit www.johnsoncontrols.com or follow us @johnsoncontrols on Twitter.
STATEMENT OF JOB
The Maintenance Mechanic from verbal orders, sketches or prints, repairs, installs, rebuilds and maintains mechanical equipment. As needed this individual will assist other trades, design systems, create drawings, quote jobs, order materials and provide engineering support.
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY OBLIGATIONS
Comply with the following Environmental, Health and Safety duties as a condition of employment:
Comply with safety rules
Attend and Participate in Safety Training
Participate actively in the safety process
Ask questions if something isn't known
Report all accidents and injuries immediately
Submit suggestions to improve safety
Know responsibilities in the event of an emergency (i.e. what to do in the event of an alarm for fire, chemical spills, tornados, etc.)
Be a coach to others who are acting unsafely
Must have Lock-out tags after 6 months?
Attend and participate in all hazardous and non-hazardous waste trainings.
Ability to recognize chemical hazardous labels.
Spill management and clean-up.
Air shutoff locations.
Capability to follow satellite accumulation rules and requirements.
Proficiency to recognize hazardous wastes in your area and manage properly.
Must be 18 years of age and have a HS Diploma or equivalent. Journeyman with 3-5 years industrial experience (preferred). Mechanic background is required, electric background is a plus. Must pass a basic color blindness test. Instrumentation and PLC knowledge is a plus. Physical demand requires normal activities of working with average to heavy materials, from ladders, or in cramped or difficult positions.
1.Inspects defective equipment and machinery and diagnoses malfunctions.
2.Disassembles and overhauls internal combustion engines, pumps, pump power units, generators, transmissions, clutches using hand tools and hoists.
3.Cleans and rebuilds compressor valves. Overhauls compressors using hand and power tools.
4.Rebuilds vacuum equipment and blowers.
5.Repairs cartridge spinning machines by dismantling hydraulic system and replacing worn bearings, lines and clutches.
6.Replaces pump shafts with hand tools, machines shafts to proper dimension and installs new sleeves if excessively worn. Using a special spray gun builds up shafts by heating it with torch and spraying on special alloy metals and grinding to proper dimensions. Uses an induction heater on bearings by monitoring with a pyrometer equipment using hoists, jacks and hand and power tools.
7.Repairs actuators and actuator valves by dismantling from equipment, building blocks, replacing worn parts and reassembling with hand and power tools.
8.Repairs heat exchangers by removing defective tubes and rolling and inserting new ones. Air tests exchanger by attaching flange and airline. Observes for pressure drop and/or bubbles from soap solution.
9.Installs mechanical seals on pumps with hand and power tools by disassembling and cleaning container rings and replacing worn seals with new ones and reassembling.
10. Machines new parts for mechanical equipment by taking dimensions. Selects proper material and turns, shapes or mills material into new parts.
11. Performs preventive maintenance and repairs on air dryers by inspection, replacing desiccant and checking blow-down valves.
12. Performs preventive maintenance on equipment by scheduling work from preprinted computerized cards.
13. When equipment is disassembled, inspects for work or partially worn parts and advises supervision on expected life of part. Searches out serial number of equipment, part order, and other pertinent information from manuals for reordering purposes. Orders repair parts.
14. Adjusts brakes, aligns wheels, tightens bolts and screws, and reassembles equipment using hand and power tools.
15. Participates in building, assists in designing of production machines and modifies equipment to perform its desired function safely.
Bus Mechanic II - School Bus Garage
JOB TITLE: BUS MECHANIC II
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Supervisor of Fleet Maintenance
Performs intermediate skilled work overhauling, repairing and maintaining large school buses, gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. Work is performed under the regular supervision of the bus garage supervisor.
This is heavy work requiring the exertion of 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Work requires climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping and repetitive motions. Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels. Visual acuity is required for depth perception, color perception, peripheral vision, visual inspection involving small defects and/or small parts, use of equipment, determining the accuracy and thoroughness of work, and observing general surroundings and activities. The worker is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions, noise, vibration, hazards, atmospheric conditions and oils.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/TYPICAL TASKS:
Repairs, services and maintains gasoline and diesel powered school buses and other automotive equipment
Diagnoses, adjusts, repairs, overhauls, rebuilds and services gasoline and diesel powered vehicles.
Overhauls, fabricates and services automotive assemblies, systems and accessories such as drive train and rear axles, multi-speed transmissions, and hydraulic compressed air, vacuum and electric controls, air-conditioning electrical systems and components
Operates various types of shop equipment, diagnostic machinery, precision instruments, specialized tools and devices such as air conditioning recycling machine, dial gauges, wheel alignment gauges and balancing, clutch cover assembly devices, power saws, grinders, drill presses, and welding equipment
Responds to road calls and other emergency calls for service
Prepares reports on completed work, records and files
Road tests buses after scheduled preventive maintenance
Conducts state inspections
Performs other tasks as required by supervisor
Perform duties of substitute school bus driver as needed
Maintains cleanliness of garage and vehicles
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Thorough knowledge of the operation and repair of the components, systems and accessories of gasoline and diesel powered equipment and automotive equipment including large buses, trucks, and cars. Thorough knowledge of tools and equipment, as well as the special tools, gauges, machinery and shop equipment used in the repair, servicing and maintenance of transit equipment. Ability to detect by inspection worn, defective or improperly adjusted parts. Ability to follow oral and written instructions and to keep records of repair and service operations.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable mechanical repair experience including some experience in repairing and maintaining large engines, diesel powered equipment.
Possession of/or willingness (within 12 months of employment) to obtain a Commercial Driver's License with required endorsements valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Possession of an appropriate driver's license valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Possession of Virginia State Inspectors License.
SALARY RANGE: $39,120 - $55,728
HENRY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Position will be posted until filled
BorgWarner is a global product leader in powertrain solutions. We focus on developing leading powertrain technologies that improve fuel economy, emissions and performance. Our facilities are located across the globe to provide local support for our diverse customer base.
We operate in two groups: The Engine Group develops air management strategies and products to optimize engines for fuel efficiency, reduced emissions and enhanced performance. BorgWarner's expertise includes engine timing systems, boosting systems, ignition systems, air and noise management, cooling and controls. The Drivetrain Group harnesses a legacy of more than 100 years as an industry innovator in transmission and all-wheel drive technology. The group leverages this understanding of powertrain clutching technology to develop interactive control systems and strategies for all types of torque management.
GENERAL PURPOSE: To perform electrical work including: installing, upgrading, maintaining, inspecting and troubleshooting, repairing and rebuilding electrical equipment and facilities. GENERAL DUTIES: The Maintenance Electrician is required to:
Layout, install in accordance with NEC and NFPA codes and repair complicated machinery control systems and circuits furnishing power and light throughout complex.
Repair electric rotors, generators, transformers and accessory equipment such as starting devices, switches, relays.
Bend, cut, and hang conduit.
Install panel boards, switch gear and junctions.
Cutting into high voltage lines.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Working from schematics, verbal direction and/or written orders, the Electrician must be able to layout, install, troubleshooting and/or repair electrical or electronic circuits, machines and devices in factory facilities.Knowledge of relay logic, analog and digital circuitry as well as programmable controller language. Additionally, the proper setup, operation and reading of a variety of diagnostic instruments is required.Specific skills training with application of the principles of electricity, electronics and electronic logic. Understanding of circuits, their component parts and how they work together including electronic circuits, digital and analog transmission concepts. Perform sophisticated diagnostic and repair activities on complex electromechanical system. Requires ability to prepare and/or interpret highly complex technical graphic representation. Computations involving trigonometry and other mathematical methods. High mental application with extreme close visual attention required for extended periods in a variable work environment where hazardous conditions may exist. SAFETY:This position will adhere to Global Star Safety Program, including safety rules, practices and training as outlined in the BorgWarner Safety Policy Manual, which includes the use of equipment, protective devices, or clothing that the employer requires. This individual will work in manners that stress the importance of preventing accidents and illnesses. He/she must take every precaution reasonable in the given circumstance for the protection of themselves and coworkers.
EXPERIENCE / EDUCATION:
High School Diploma or GED required
Journeyman Electrician (NY State Certified Program) Preferred
Electrician Apprentice Training (NY State Certified Program) Acceptable
5 Years Industrial Maintenance Experience
Experience with Programmable Logic Controllers
Extensive Machine/Electronic Troubleshooting
Expertise in Wiring
Working Knowledge of High Voltage Applications
5 Years Industrial Maintenance Experience
Must be willing to work on an off shift (2nd, 3rd, Weekend)
BorgWarner is an EOE M/F/D/V
Internal Use Only: Indirect Hourly
Please access the linked document by clicking here, select the geographical area where you are applying for employment, and review. Before submitting your application you will be asked to confirm your agreement with the terms.
Equipment Mechanic I/Ii
The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Equipment Mechanic I/II. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future vacancies in South Lake Tahoe and Placerville for up to three (3) months.
We currently have the following vacancy:
One (1) full time vacancy for the Transportation Department located in South Lake Tahoe, CA.
A training and experience evaluation may be utilized to determine an applicant's ranking for referral to specific vacancies. Based upon the information in the application and/or responses to supplemental questions, the applicant's education, training and experience will be evaluated using a pre-determined formula.
Under general supervision, maintains, repairs and overhauls heavy and light road maintenance and construction equipment; operates a variety of hand, power and shop tools.
Equipment Mechanic I is the entry-level class in this skilled equipment maintenance and repair series. Initially under close supervision, incumbents learn and perform a variety of duties in the maintenance and repair of a wide variety of motorized equipment. This class is alternately staffed with Equipment Mechanic II and incumbents may advance to the higher level after gaining the required experience and demonstrating proficiency, which meet the qualifications for the higher-level class.
Equipment Mechanic II is the skilled, journey level class in this series. Under general supervision, incumbents perform the full range of assigned duties. This class is distinguished from Senior Equipment Mechanic in that the latter assigns, directs and reviews the work of mechanics and others and performs the most difficult troubleshooting and repair work. Examples of Essential Functions
Performs skilled maintenance and repair of heavy and light equipment such as trucks, tractors, graders and caterpillars; diagnoses, repairs and overhauls gas and diesel engines.
Re-lines, rebuses and rebuilds cams, brake pots, valves and related parts of braking systems.
Performs major and minor repairs of rear suspension, walking beams and torque arms.
Repairs and replaces driveline components; overhauls rear ends, reduction power dividers, clutch assemblies, universal joints, drive shafts and related components.
Repairs and maintains manual, automatic and power shift transmissions, torque converters and related components.
Diagnoses, repairs and maintains vehicle air brakes, hydraulic systems and associated power take-off equipment.
Rebuilds, repairs and adjusts hydraulic pumps, cylinders, control valves, motors and related components.
Diagnoses and repairs power and manual steering systems; electrical systems, starters, generators and related systems, components and parts.
Diagnoses and repairs, cleans, adjusts and installs fuel, ignition, electrical and cooling systems.
Conducts safety checks and operational tests on light, heavy and related equipment.
Utilizes personal computers to track equipment maintenance and repairs for costs and scheduling.
Road tests equipment; drives trucks or equipment as required; inspects and repairs vehicles in the shop and field.
Reads and interprets manuals, drawings and specifications; estimates labor, material and equipment and orders parts required to complete assignments.
Makes oral and written reports of work performed; completes forms and keeps accurate maintenance records.
Modifies and fabricates new parts for truck bodies and similar equipment; installs and repairs power take-off equipment such as small electric cranes, hoists and small hydraulic lift equipment.
Uses and maintains a full set of hand, power and shop tools and test equipment related to the work.
Observes safe work methods and utilizes safety equipment related to the work; safely handles and disposes of hazardous waste materials.
Attendance and punctuality that is observant of scheduled hours on a regular basis.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted)
Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from a regionally accredited college or university. Courses from non-regionally accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement.
Equipment Mechanic I: Two (2) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of vehicles and heavy construction equipment. Successful completion of appropriate trade school or technical coursework in diesel or gasoline-powered mechanics may be substituted for the required work experience on a year for year basis to a maximum of one year.
Equipment Mechanic II: In addition to the above, EITHER two (2) years of experience at a level equivalent to the County's class of Equipment Mechanic I class OR completion of a recognized apprenticeship in the vehicle/equipment repair trade.
Methods, techniques, parts, tools and materials used in the maintenance and repair of diesel and gasoline-powered light and heavy equipment.
Operation and maintenance of a wide variety of hand, power and shop tools and equipment common to the field, including electric arc and gas welding equipment.
Safe work methods and safety regulations pertaining to the work.
Computer applications related to work.
Diagnosing and repairing a wide variety of light and heavy equipment, vehicles and equipment.
Operating and maintaining a variety of hand, power and shop tools and equipment used in the work.
Estimating necessary materials and equipment to complete assignments.
Reading and interpreting manuals, specifications and drawings.
Exercise independent judgment and initiative without close supervision.
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of the work.
Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to physical disability will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Must regularly lift and carry objects weighing up to sixty (60) pounds. Must be willing to work night and weekend shifts. Must be willing to work overtime and off-hour shifts in emergency situations.
Equipment Mechanic I must acquire a valid commercial Class B driver's license with no restrictions as to transmission and air brakes and Tanker Endorsement within six (6) months from date of hire. Some positions may also require maintaining a Hazardous Materials Endorsement which must be obtained within six (6) months from date of hire.
Equipment Mechanic II must acquire a valid commercial Class B driver's license with no restrictions as to transmission and air brakes and Tanker Endorsement within six (6) months from date of hire. Some positions may also require maintaining a Hazardous Materials Endorsement which must be obtained within six (6) months from date of hire.
Schedule and direct a team of Maintenance and Facility Mechanics involved in one or more craft specialties including mechanical and electrical functions; train and provide work direction and guidance while performing work in one or more of the skilled trades. Assist in determining equipment and supply needs, drive CMMS program, budget the appropriate costs related to preventative and reactionary maintenance demands, and ensuring that the production lines operate at optimum efficiencies.
Proactively supervise maintenance staff; mechanical and electrical skills trades with fouces on safety, work quality and efficiency.
Assign and schedule day to day maintenance activities.
Oversee daily timekeeping and monitor OT demands.
Coach, train and develop maintenance staff on an ongoing basis.
Assist with Troubleshooting, use of analytical root cause analysis methods.
Understanding of Pneumatic controls, Hydraulic controls PLC controls and Motor Controls systems.
Experience with automation systems for packaging equipment.
Experience with electrical and mechanical systems; clutch systems, seals, bearings, gear box/ tear down and rebuild methods.
Knowledge of boilers, steam systems, compressors, refrigeration, and water towers.
Provide input for performance review completion, and monitor work assigned to crew members.
Assure compliance with appropriate safety practices, procedures, GMP's and with Federal, State, Local codes, and Company regulations.
Assist in the purchase, installation, and IQ/OQ/PQ validation of equipment, and provide training to maintenance and production personnel in the safe use of equipment.
Estimate the cost of labor and materials for work orders; and validate the work performed by outside contractors when used for maintenance activities. Purchase tools, supplies and materials within budgetary restrictions.
Experience with sanitary equipment and sanitation methods GMPs.
Knowledge of welding and general machine shop equipment.
Ability to operate man lifts, fork trucks and general material handling equipment.
Experience with continuous improvement and lean manufacturing methods.
Perform other duties or projects as assigned by department manager
3-5 years of experience in supervisory role in a fast pace manufacturing environment.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or technical field required.
Minimum three years' experience in a Maintenance Technician role in a manufacturing environment or related capacity
Bilingual Spanish preferred.
Project management -- ability to see job through to completion with attention to detail in a timely manner.
Ability to communicate with other mechanics and be able to explain mechanical processes and theory.
Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with all contacts both inside and outside the company.
Ability to work various shifts, weekends, and overtime as required
Oversees assigned maintenance technicians
Ability to multi-task and prioritize activities, scheduling, and laying out assigned work activities.
Ability to develop standard work SOP for maintenance team.
Ability to generate downtime reports and assist Plant Engineer with performance KPI's.
Manage Maintenance shop and spare parts inventory.
Oversee PM program for all production lines.
Work with production teams to meet efficiency and attainment goals for the facility.
Ensure all mechanics and maintenance sanitizers all properly trained.
Knowledge of Motor Controls, Programmable Logic Controllers, PLC's and VFD's.
Knowledge of CMMS systems and developing maintenance schedules.
Ability to read technical mechanical, electrical diagrams and schematics to trouble shoot and maintain equipment in OEM condition.
**Diesel Mechanic-Fort Sill Training Program**
Under close supervision, this position performs minor to average routine maintenance and repair services on different types of vehicles.Works with the assistance of a T3, T4, TIC, SS or SM, when performing highly technical and superior diagnostic type repairs. Task assignments are directed by shop management to encourage development in a productive manner.The T2 Technician performs minor to average repairs and routine maintenance under limited supervision. The T2 may be assigned to work/train directly with a T3 or T4.
High school diploma or equivalent
Post-secondary vocational education strongly preferred
Must have minimum tools required as outlined in Maintenance policy 2.02
Must have a valid driver's license
Valid CDL (license A) is highly desired; mandatory in some locations
Must possess state license as required
This position requires for you to drive Ryder vehicles. In order to become a Ryder employee you must:
Must be able to obtain CDL within 6 months after hire
Pass a Ryder Drug Test
Pass a DOT physical
Pass a Ryder road test
Pass a Ryder Background and Motor vehicle check including Drug and alcohol verification from previous employers for the last 3 years
Important Note: Additional requirements may be required in different locations and/or accounts.
Performs vehicle maintenance and repair duties including:
Performs standard vehicle maintenance
Performs standard component inspections and repairs
Performs preventive maintenance
Diagnoses standard mechanical and electronic problems, utilizing diagnostic computer when applicable
Identifies root cause of basic failures/conditions and perform repairs as required
Replaces defective components as instructed
Performs facility maintenance duties
Interacts with customers/drivers to properly determine nature of complaint once assigned a task
Utilizes key functions of Shop Management System and electronic documentation available
Works in accordance with all federal/ provincial and corporate compliance guidelines (i.e., safety, DOT, MOT)
Other support duties as required to support operations. These could include but are not limited to Service Island support.
Skill Area: Tire and Wheel Maintenance: Tire & Wheel safety trained within 90 days (TW208)
Perform air pressure checks
Check tread depth
Identify tires that need to be changed or repaired
Perform tire P.M. checks
Replace tire and wheel assemblies
Skill Area: Preventive Maintenance: PM trained and qualified within 90 days (PM230&PM298)
Proper lube techniques
Minimal tire inspection
Brake check/applied stroke
Under vehicle check/loose components
Fault code identification
Skill Area: Brakes-Hydraulic Brake Hydraulic trained and qualified within 90 days (BH220 & BH298)* where appropriate
Road test for proper operation
Make visual inspections for leaks
Check park brake operation
Check fluid level
Measure lining thickness
Adjust service brakes
Adjust park brakes
Skill Area: Brakes-Air: Brake Air trained and qualified within 90 days (BA220 & BA298)
Identify, remove, & replace all brake-related defective components
Identify components of air brake system
Operate brakes and identify irregular noises, air leaks
Perform simple air system tests
Measure lining thickness
Perform air brake sections of P.M.
Measure drums, rotors, cam bushings
Skill Area: A/C & Heater
Operate the system and recognize if the system is cooling or not (PM related)
Perform basic system checks such as power to compressor, condenser obstructions, belt tension, etc.
Skill Area: Cargo Handling/Transfer, Liftgates
Operate lift gate
Identify make and model
Add fluid to bring to proper level
Skill Area: Charging Systems (electrical) : HD electrical trained within 90 days (DR208)
Visually inspect batteries
Check condition of belts
Check alternator mounting and pulley
Replace and adjust belts
Skill Area: Cranking System (electrical)
Inspect and test batteries
Visually inspect cables and cranking motor
Clean the battery cables, connections and starter
Charge and check batteries
Replace or repair defective cables
Skill Area: Lighting System and Electrical Accessories
Repair minor wiring problems
Repair minor lighting problems
Replace bulbs, lenses and simple light assemblies
Replace and adjust sealed beams
Install or replace accessories such as heated mirrors, fans, radios, CBs, spotlights, electronic devices, etc.
Skill Area: Clutch
Lubricate throw-out bearing, linkage, shafts, and cables-
Identify proper clutch operation
Identify proper clutch brake operation and adjust
Adjust hydraulic or mechanical clutches
Skill Area: Cooling Systems
Check and adjust coolant levels
Visually inspect system for leaks
Make minor repairs such as hose replacements, fan shrouds, leaking fittings, etc.
Recognize permanent antifreezes and their requirements
Use pressure tester
Skill Area: Drive Axles
Inspect housings for leaks
Change oil and filter, if required, and clean breathers
Skill Area: Driveline
Lubricate drive line
Skill Area: Diesel/Gas Engines-All Engines
Check and adjust oil levels
Identify unusual noises, and oil leaks
Skill Area: Fuel Systems
Replace and prime fuel filter
Check gas and diesel fuel system components such as fuel lines, pickup tubes, return lines, etc. for proper integrity and condition
Skill Area: Steering and Non driven Axles and Alignment
Lubricate grease fittings, check and adjust fluid levels
Check all steering components for wear
Skill Area: Suspension-Chassis and Cab
Identify makes and models
Identify normal operation
Identify and repair air leaks
Identify malfunctions and make basic repairs (broken springs, excessive wear on bushings, etc.) withmoderate supervision
Skill Area: Vehicle Coupling System (PM)
Lubricate fifth wheel plate and slider mechanism
Operate slider mechanism
Ryder is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
Stanley Access Technologies is recognized as an industry leader in the manufacturing, installation and servicing of automatic doors. Our growing product and service offerings have driven significant growth for our service business. Join our world class team of diligent problem solvers, innovators, fresh thinkers and communicators who excite and inspire others. We are looking for energetic, detail oriented leaders that focus on execution, meet commitments, break through turf issues, and have a passion to exceed customer expectations.
With over 150 years in business, Stanley is one of the world's most recognized and trusted brand names for tools, hardware, doors and home décor products. In addition to joining a world class organization, as a member of the Stanley Team, you'll enjoy a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and solid opportunities for growth.
Responsible For Inbound and Outbound Freight.
Receive all Class I materials from the factory For Branch and RDC.
Receive all Class I materials from ProFab For Branch and RDC.
Organize warehouse to receive equipment.
Receives Class II materials For Branch and RDC.
Perform a Post Goods Receipt on all Class I & Class II items received in SAP.
Maintain PO logs of all UPS/FedEx shipments For Branch and RDC.
Match packing lists to purchase orders.
Maintain Open PO and Closed PO logs.
Processing incoming RDC orders.
Assist in managing MRP orders.
Work with the RDC order fulfillment tech to ensure all for RDC orders are processed daily.
Working with the IC and RDC manager to Order Class II Stock.
Responsible for matching Class II material with jobs.
Put Class II stock into the correct storage location.
Maintain proper stock levels and control inventory.
Communicate with CM/IC/SM and RDC manager for all received inventory items so that the departments can schedule installs/service calls.
Attach all paperwork including the Job Completion Sheet to the job.
Review all materials with the installer when they are picking up the job so that no items are forgotten or left behind. Have the installer review the job to see that he has all misc. equipment needed for the installation.
Have the installer sign off that he received all the equipment listed for that job.
Put a copy of the sign off sheet in the folder.
Help load equipment onto the installation vehicle.
Review the schedule board with the CM/IC and RDC manager for jobs that need to be shipped in advance of the installation to remote sites.
Load door equipment onto pallets for pickup and delivery to remote sites.
Shipping and packaging parts for service techs.
Check Inbound Deliveries for damage and file/process any claims.
Track and return Class II cores to Door Controls for items purchased thru them.
Process Out Of Box Failures with the factory.
Maintain RMA Tags & Supply Techs Safety Program.
Ensure stock of safety glasses, hart hats, ear plugs, dust masks.
Send repairable tools to a local repair shop when cost effective.
Distribute and track "specialty tools" such as rental lifts, lasers, core drills, ect.
Cut down Headers when needed. Fabricate Headers when needed.
Cut down door packages to proper size when needed.
High School Diploma or equivalent
3-5 years related shipping and receiving experience preferred
Knowledge of SAP preferred
Knowledge of Word and Excel, and basic computer skills required
Ability to lift and/or carry weight from 50-75 lbs.
Basic carpentry skills required
Clean Driving Record & Valid Driver's License.
Flexible work schedule is a must with the ability to work nights and/or weekends as necessary.
Stanley Black & Decker is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Machine Rebuild Shop Mechanic / Technician - 9768
Requisition #: 9768
Shift : 2
Start Time : 2:00pm
End Time : 10:30pm
Schedule Days : Monday
Position Status: Full Time (40 hrs week)
Troubleshoot, repair, recondition, and service Caterpillar and other Empire allied machines, systems and power train components. Troubleshoot; diagnose malfunctions andfailures of machines electrical, hydraulic and power train components. Must be able to identify and evaluate root cause failures through the use of electronic tools, schematics and other trouble shooting methods. Be able to demonstrate proper communication methods in order to effectively explain equipment conditions, machine status and recommendations, to customers, associates and management. Preferred 2 years' experience repairing and rebuilding heavy equipment.
Troubleshoot and diagnose equipment malfunctions and failures.
Maintain good customer relations and support for corporate marketing objectives.
Repair, recondition, and maintain equipment and components.
Prepare service reports.
Plan and control cost of repair jobs.
Maintain company equipment – keep in good clean orderly condition.
Work safely at all times. Adhere to all applicable safety policies. Comply with all company policies, procedures and standards.
Own and maintain required personal tools.
Learn and use Empire, Caterpillar and allied product procedures and systems.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Maintain current MSHA card if work area requires.
Provide on-the-job training to technicians and helpers as assigned.
Work overtime as needed.
Travel to remote locations as needed.
Make warranty recommendations.
Communicate with proper individuals to clarify instructions or discuss scope or progress of job.
Completion of eTRAIN test evaluation.
Must accomplish training and serve as a Green Belt in support of EMPIRE's Six Sigma program.
Work within and promote corporate values.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Communicate verbally and in writing, information, instructions and explanations to associates, customers and management regarding vehicle/component/equipment conditions, problems, recommendations, and repair processes.
Basic computer and internet knowledge is required, as well as knowledge in operating scanning/diagnostic tools.
Knowledge and skills to operate and understand diagnostic equipment including computerized instrumentation.
Appropriate manner, conduct, and grooming adhere to company policy.
Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively.
Knowledge of CAT machine components and systems.
Must be able to meet all safety requirements for applicable safety policies and use of all required safety equipment.
Must have acceptable attendance to meet all company standards and requirements.
Education and Experience:
Proof of high school diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
Current driver's license.
Minimum of 6 months related experience.
Must be able to communicate (speak, read, comprehend, write) in English.
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands, talk or hear, stand, walk, reach with hands and arms climb or balance, and stoop or kneel.
The employee is regularly required to lift and/or move up to 60 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance, and peripheral vision.
This position is designated as a "Safety-Sensitive Position". A Safety-Sensitive Position includes tasks or duties that EMPIRE in good faith believes could affect the safety or health of the employee performing the task or others.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; and outside weather conditions.
The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, extreme cold, and extreme heat.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. The roles and objectives of this job do not include setting corporate policy, and does not constitute a managing agent of the company.
Empire is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please call 480-633-5440 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.
Empire Southwest is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer
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