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Under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor and direction of the maintenance team leader, installs, aligns and repairs various types of machinery. Performs rigging, welding and fabrication. Make modifications using necessary materials. Millwrights will perform maintenance on any equipment or facilities which their skills support in a compliant quality manner. Millwrights are part of the Mechanical Technician work group and will primarily share work assignments within their job grouping with no inherent or “system imposed” limits. Based on business needs, Mechanical Technicians will perform maintenance activities including crossing between job groupings where skills are common. Work assignments, buildings and equipment are not exclusive to any craft, job grouping, or employee. Position may include some responsibility for utilizing or performing within significant business systems (e. g., Maximo data, planning, procurement, and scheduling) including the authority to assign, coordinate, and maintain work for others.
Gas, heli-arc and electrical welding equipment, miscellaneous hand tools, power metal saws, drill press, rigging equipment, squares, dial indicators, laser alignment equipment, calipers, micrometers and other gauges required in millwright work. Motors, pumps, drives, drive chains, belt drives, mechanical seals, gear boxes, mechanical clutches, rigging, welding, conveyor systems, steam turbines, gas turbines, fork trucks, man lifts, hydraulic and pneumatics, cylinders, air compressors, air handler, chiller towers, fans, dust collectors, shafts and bearings.
1. Performs preventative maintenance and mechanical repairs on industrial and utility equipment, including but not limited to wasted heat and co-generation equipment and operating equipment.
2. Dismantles, lays out, moves and installs various types of machines, equipment, and vessels.
3. Repairs equipment by installing bushings, sprockets, bearings, adjustable belts, packing glands, seals and gaskets. Analyzes problems and takes appropriate corrective action(s).
4. Repairs broken parts by welding, brazing, cutting, or spot welding. Fabricates new parts for machinery, and equipment using gas, heli-arc and electrical welding equipment. Uses plasma cutting equipment. Works with brass, cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, plastics and synthetic materials.
5. Operates equipment necessary to core drill or bore masonry and concrete. Installs anchors and fasteners and machine faces.
6. Constructs rigging necessary to move equipment. Also constructs rigging for other crafts.
7. Tests equipment for pressure leaks. Also inspects sealing components, O-rings, seals, gaskets and machine faces.
8. Installs grout, shims, etc., necessary to set and/or level equipment.
9. Lubricates new equipment or existing equipment upon repair and assembly.
10. Attends and actively participates in HAZOPS, waste walkthroughs, Kaizen events, or any other operations, lean six-sigma, quality, safety or environmental training/initiatives as required.
11. Prepares and assists technicians, supervisors, etc. in preparing labor and material estimates.
12. Enters/charges labor hours using the computerized maintenance management system and uses the Office Suite software where applicable.
13. Assists supervision with the assigning, scheduling and prioritization of work order request using the maintenance management systems.
14. Makes recommendations and prepares orders for parts, spare parts, additional stock room items, tools, etc.
15. Consults with supervision and other mechanics on problem resolution/troubleshooting. Keeps supervision informed of problem issues.
16. Installs/repairs vibration analysis parts, records vibration readings, reports and data, as requested.
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High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and
1. Additional training as a machinist, welder, including mechanical expertise in the food and pharmaceutical industry.
1. Broad experience as a machinist or as an industrial mechanic with food or pharmaceutical background.
Welding – Arc/MIG/TIG, plasma cutter, oxyacetylene cutting and brazing, miscellaneous hand tools, micrometers, Vernier calipers, dial indicators, power metals saws, drill presses, band saw, rigging equipment – chain blocks/hydraulic jacks/hoist/slings, etc., squares, leveling devices and levels, ladders, hydraulic presses, bearing pullers, specialty tooling, platform lifts, fork trucks, grinders, grease guns, and pneumatic tools. In addition, they must test equipment for pressure and leaks as well as inspect sealing components: ‘O’-rings, seals, gaskets, and machine faces.
Ability to read blueprints, drawings, technical manuals and based on them, performs necessary operations for the installation and/or repair of equipment. Certified in/for Hand Signals.