Maintenance Mechanic 1
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The regular work schedule will be a rotating 12- hour shift, including weekends and holidays. with periodic overtime, in addition to being on an on-call schedule. There is no relocation with this position. Minimum Requirements (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities): • Have a minimum of a High School diploma or GED equivalency • Be able and willing to work the Pryor Maintenance schedule including overtime as needed. • Be able and willing to work in industrial type conditions • Be able to lift 55 pounds, climb stairs and ladders. AND One or more of the following: • Completion of Apprenticeship Program in Electrical, Instrumentation, or Millwright OR • Associates of Applied Science Technology degree in Electrical, Instrumentation, or Millwright OR • A minimum three years’ experience as a Journeyman Level Mechanic in Electrical, Instrumentation, or Millwright, at a chemical/manufacturing plant. Candidates will be required to successfully complete pre-employment testing, interviews, a physical evaluation, a drug/alcohol screen, and training. What you must do to apply: • You must report to the Pryor Workforce Center – 403 E Graham Ave, Pryor, OK Telephone 918-825-2582, to apply
Desired Competencies In: • Safe Work practices, Pipe fitting and / or welding, especially stainless steel. • Reading and understanding loop drawings and P&ID drawings, documenting technical work that is performed and performing PM’s and calibrations. • Reading and understanding equipment manuals and mechanical drawings. • Troubleshooting techniques from simple to complex problems in the manufacturing environment. Position Summary: • Provide support to the achievement of plant manufacturing objectives through the planning and execution of maintenance programs and projects assigned to the maintenance team. • Installs, maintains and troubleshoots in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications, machinery, mechanical equipment and control systems, using hand tools, power tools, and precision measuring devices and testing instruments. • Performs all work for which they are trained or have the ability to accomplish in a safe manner. Responsibilities: Following is a listing of some of the types of tasks a Maintenance Mechanic 1 would perform (including but not limited to) • Disassemble, clean, inspect, repair and reassemble equipment such as pumps, compressors, hydraulic and pneumatic systems and steam turbines, using hand tools, solvents, micrometers, calipers, dial indicators, and/or laser aligning equipment in order to restore it to safe and efficient operation. • Find and correct problems (troubleshoots) with equipment using mechanical knowledge, equipment specification sheets, and manufacturer literature in order to restore to operation. • Removes or installs valves, pumps, motors, piping and other equipment in order to facilitate maintenance activities or install new equipment. • Actively participate in and accept all Safety, Health and Environmental responsibilities. • Lubricates gearboxes, pumps, bearings and other equipment in order to prolong life and keep them operating safely and efficiently. • Inspects, removes and replaces bearings on equipment in order to restore to operation. • Adjust tension or changes belts on equipment so that equipment works at maximum efficiency. • Work with peers in a team oriented environment • Actively participate in a safe and respectful work environment • Continuously learn and enhance job skills as well as teaching others to enhance their skills Equal Opportunity Employer