Mechanic I - 4385 - Baytown TX SWRC (Baytown, TX)
rotating shift 6am-6pm, 6pm-6am
The maintenance mechanic is responsible for troubleshoot, repair, and maintain equipment in accordance with electrical diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, and manufacturer’s specifications. Responsible for performing root-cause analysis for all mechanical and electrical equipment. Must have advanced skills in mechanical and electrical troubleshooting.
- Perform preventive and predictive maintenance of all equipment.
- Perform root-cause analysis, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain mechanical and electrical equipment such as: motors, pneumatic, conveyor, blending, scaling, filling, cartooning, coding/printing, electrical, compressed air, vacuum hydraulic and bulk-filling systems.
- Train junior mechanics on equipment, procedures and troubleshooting practices.
- Troubleshoot mechanical systems related to production and plant support equipment ranging from single phase to three phase equipment along with voltages ranging from 5VDC – 480 VAC.
- Root cause analysis on equipment of systems failure.
- Interpret electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, blueprints, and layouts.
- Troubleshoot electrical wiring, relay logic, control and safety circuits.
- Troubleshoot electronic boards, PLC;s, touch screens, displays, contactors, motors.
- Ability to use and read a volt meter, amp meter, ohm meter, and other electrical testing equipment needed for the facility.
- Troubleshoot mechanical issues related to power transmissions, chain and belt drives, cams, bearings, and actuators.
- Troubleshoot pneumatic and hydraulic controls and components.
- Ability to perform basic HVAC troubleshooting.
- Teardown and rebuild gearboxes, clutches, actuators, and other assembles related to equipment repairs.
- Proficient in using all hand tools, power tools, shop equipment such as: drill press, surface grinders, torch, plasma cutter, pipe threader, breaks, presses, calipers, micrometers, other measuring instruments, and test equipment.
- Fabricate parts, guarding, and parts modifications for equipment repairs and improvements.
- Weld different grades of metal for repairs and fabrication using different plant welding techniques (i.e. MIG, TIG, and Arc).
- Follow all company policies including but not limited to general manufacturing and safety practices.
Required Education and Experience:
- Associate degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school, or 5-7 years of related experience or training, or equivalent combination of experience and education
Our Organization is an equal opportunity employer.
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