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Maintenance Mechanic

Jacksonville, FL - Plant


Carries out responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.

Other duties may be assigned.


Level A                                                                                                                                                          

  • Meet all safety training requirements including being certified an "authorized person" in LOTO
  • Know and wear all personal protective equipment (PPE) properly
  • Operate basic hand and power tools
  • Operate basic machine shop tools
  • Know location of all emergency stops; demonstrate a working knowledge of safe and proper use of basic electrical diagnostic equipment
  • Operate lift trucks, overhead cranes  and man lifts; obtain any required licenses or certifications
  • Lubrication of equipment
  • Read micrometer, calipers and depth gauges
  • In-depth knowledge of electrical and general safety requirements
  • Assist in repairing machinery; check water and fluid levels, change straps and heads on welders and change deform wheels on draw machine
  • Make adjustments and basic repairs to butt welder and stripper
  • Knowledge of lighting/ballast

Level B                                                                                                                                                                        

  • Familiarity with all plant production equipment
  • Polarity; attend training, have knowledge of and troubleshoot
  • Troubleshoot and replace boards, capacitors or other components inside drives
  • Setup and operate Arc and MIG welders and torches
  • Basic troubleshooting (hydraulics, electrical and mechanical systems)
  • Basic mechanical and electrical repair on all plant equipment
  • Basic Arc and MIG welding (soldering pipe joints and welding steel)
  • Basic knowledge of welder and draw machine operating capabilities
  • Possess basic computer skills needed to complete Maximo and Oracle entries as required

Level C                                                                                                                                                                           

  • Perform preventative maintenance; change bearings and wear components; replace belts, pulleys, drive components and adjust
  • Drill and tap holes and perform grinding/sanding operations
  • Read single component blueprints, installation and arrangement drawings
  • Make simple repairs on forklifts, man lifts and other mobile equipment
  • Operate vertical and horizontal band saws
  • Thread and drill for installation to include thread terminology and top drill sizes and uses; fastener terminology
  • Troubleshoot electrical power distribution systems and make replacements as needed
  • Identify component type construction and application: valves, pumps, filters/strainers, radiators/cooling towers/heat exchanges, rotating machinery
  • Remove and install  table, arms, straps, heads, finger shafts and external parts
  • Remove and install blocks and gearboxes of draw machines
  • Ability to operate all machinery for purpose of troubleshooting their functions

Level D                                                                                                                                                                              

  • Disassemble, reassemble and reinstall  hydraulic and pneumatic single components such as centrifugal pumps, hydraulic cylinders and manually operated valves
  • Troubleshoot components and diagnose trouble source for pump failure, drive failure, loss of rotation, hydraulic failures, loss of flow (air, water, oil), loss of cooling, locate and repair leak sources, pressurized gas system problems
  • Remove,repairand install table, arms, straps, heads, finger shafts, magazine and external parts
  • Install welder transformer
  • Advanced hydraulic and mechanical skills: troubleshoot valves, pumps, etc.; axial piston pump repair, gear pump repair, remove and install all internal parts; setup gearbox on draw machines
  • Proficient in blueprint reading
  • Works independently, leads and trains others, on call for after hour service calls

Level E                                                                                                                                                                      

  • Superior ability to troubleshoot and repair systems and equipment
  • Competent planning, overseeing and completing preventative maintenance
  • Perform retrofits on all major equipment
  • Ability to manufacture simple parts within capacity of machine shop equipment
  • Proactive in plant improvements
  • Ability to train other personnel in Skills A through C
  • Work independently with little or no supervision

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Employee Benefits

  • Health Care Plans
  • Dental Plans
  • Vision Plan
  • Flexible Spending Plans
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Company-paid Life
  • Company-paid AD&D
  • Company-paid Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) Savings & Retirement Plan
  • Incentive Programs
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Holidays
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Jury Duty Pay
  • Tuition Reimbursement

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