The Mechanical Technician installs, tests, repairs, and maintains mechanical plant production machinery, support equipment, building, and other systems throughout the site to maintain optimum operating conditions and plant productivity. The Mechanical
Typical duties include:
Locates and remedies the breakdown or malfunction.
Repairs and maintains a variety of production machinery and equipment including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems and parts.
Installs, modifies and relocates machinery and equipment and in addition to electrical related work, may perform fabrication, welding, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, or other maintenance tasks.
Performs routine inspections and preventative maintenance of assigned plant equipment, packaging machinery, conveyors and systems including gauges, filters, fluid levels, system readings, air compressors, etc.
Follows prescribed environmental, safety and health rules.
Inspect and repair steam lines, regulators, traps, and other steam related equipment
Basic preventative maintenance and troubleshooting of control valves
Understand, troubleshoot, and repair tank equipment including gauging systems, high level alarms, temperature controls, and other apparatus
Execute engineering & maintenance activities in the Plant as determined by the maintenance schedule and in accordance with agreed cost targets, HSSE, Security and Environmental targets
Perform preventative and predictive maintenance and document all activities on pumps, motors, packaging equipment, conveyor systems, and other mechanical equipment
Field maintenance tasks including equipment troubleshooting, installation/removal, repair and alignment
Perform complete overhauls on process pumps and ensure proper documentation of the repair including equipment condition history within SAP