Hydraulic Technicians understand and troubleshoot hydraulic systems, have the skills and ability to disassemble and repair hydraulic pumps, motors, valves, hoses and other pieces of equipment associated with the system. They remove hydraulic components from their location, overhaul, manufacture, bench test, reinstall and operationally test components.
- 3-5 Years of experience as a Hydraulic Technician.
- Experienced in operating test equipment and performs pressure bench tests on overhauled components.
- Perform accurate inspections and verification of product utilizing basic Quality Control measuring tools and recording findings.
- Read and understand hydraulic schematics.
- Safely perform work in a shop and in a maritime, industrial environment with minimal supervision.
- Be familiar with OSHA and CAL OSHA safety regulations to include: Working at heights, Lifting & Rigging, Hot Work, and Lock-Out/Tag-Out requirements.
- Locate, identify, remove, disassemble, test, reinstall and conduct final customer acceptance tests on hydraulic components.
- Proficient at opening, cleaning and inspecting hydraulic components in a shop, shipboard, and industrial environment.
- Manufacture and bench test new hydraulic hoses from customer provided samples.
- Fill out customer reports describing findings and recommendations for repairs.
- Coordinate with Machine Shop and Fabrication Shop on repairs to components and reassemble ready for test.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Detail oriented, reliable, responsible, and be able to work independently.
- Previous work experience in an ISO 9001 fabrication shop is a plus.
- Possess a TWIC card or be capable of obtaining one upon employment