To analyze, troubleshoot and repair mechanical, electrical, and electronic malfunctions on a wide variety of process, delivery and facility equipment.
I. Diagnose and repair a wide variety of process facility equipment. Technician must be able to apply electronic, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical expertise and troubleshooting aptitude to maximize equipment uptime.
II. Performs preventive and predictive maintenance procedures on equipment and reports findings regarding additional work and repairs to leadership.
III. Requires the ability to use electrical/electronic diagnostic equipment such as "multi-meters", infrared scanning equipment and other tools necessary for servicing applicable equipment.
IV. Coordinates and/or performs assigned work. Works with contractors and other maintenance personnel if necessary to ensure repairs are made properly and with minimum impact on operations.
V. Maintains open communications with supervision and customer department personnel. Documents all activities and departmental procedural requirements within the Maintenance Management software.
VI. Performs other duties as required.
Requires a high school education plus formal technical training, including electrical/electronics, computerized/programmable controllers or other manufacturing technology applications. Must have a functional understanding in the use of blueprint, electrical schematics, and ladder logic diagrams. Specific documented experience of service work directly related to this field and demonstrated ability can be substituted for this requirement if the candidate has a minimum of 5 years electrical/electronics, computerized/programmable controllers or other manufacturing technology applications in their previous employment.
A minimum of 1-year documented experience in a maintenance skilled trade related to the intended assignment plus 2 years' maintenance experience, or apprenticeship, in a related additional applicable trade or skill set.