Universal is Now Hiring in Texas and Pennsylvania and paying a $2,000 Bonus!
Bonuses paid to all newly hired Equipment Operators, Mechanics, and Electronic Technicians who receive an offer between August 2 and September 30, 2021. Further details on qualifications and payment terms included with Offer Letter.
Integrity / Insight / Innovation
Guided by integrity and insight gained over 40 years, Universal is consistently delivering exceptional results to our customers. We take great pride in our commitment to safety, efficiency, and innovation leading to continued improvements in well performance.
The Mechanic, Level 1 is involved in the servicing, maintaining and repairing of equipment which requires basic knowledge of equipment maintenance including electrical systems, brake systems, and engine repairs; knowledge of methods, tools, materials, equipment and computerized systems used in the maintenance department, adjustment and repair equipment and accessories; working knowledge of wiring and electrical theory and engine principles; general knowledge of hydraulic systems; and applicable state and federal regulations pertaining to automotive and other power driven equipment. This position works under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor.
Comply with all Company and customer Health, Safety, and Environmental (HS&E) rules, practices, and guidelines
Inspect equipment to determine necessary parts needed for repair
Perform minor diagnostic tests using engine analyzers
Diagnose and repair minor electrical systems on equipment and make minor repairs to equipment
Install parts, operate, and maintain tools, machinery and systems used in the maintenance, and/or equipment repair process
Troubleshoot and repair systems and components, repair pumps and perform minor welding and brazing work
Ensure that a high level of efficiency and readiness is achieved by performing proper equipment operation, function, and maintenance
Retrieve materials for maintenance and repairs
Ensure proper documentation is obtained for all work performed, includes materials and labor
Perform other related duties as assigned
Wear all required personal protective equipment (PPE) at all designated times
Must be able to pass Essential Functions Test (EFT) and pre-employment physical
Broad knowledge of diesel-powered equipment and mechanical aptitude necessary to perform primary functions of disassembly, assembly, test, and repairs
Knowledge of electronic equipment and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
Possess basic computer skills, including in Microsoft (MS) Office (Outlook, Word, Excel etc.)
Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and specifications to maintain standardization of fracturing equipment
Ability to determine the type of tools and equipment needed to do a job
Knowledge of hydraulic or hydraulic applications as controlled by electronic components and systems
Knowledge of equipment functionality and control systems
Effective customer service and communication skills and ability to collaborate with other employees, customers and third parties via telephone, in written form, or in person
Demonstrate clear communication skills including ability to read, write and speak English, and to promptly follow verbal and written directions in English along with the ability to establish and maintain effective rapport with all employees at different levels both in the office and in the field
Ability to work under time-sensitive deadlines while maintaining a calm and professional demeanor when adversity and multiple initiatives/priorities are encountered
Ability to travel as needed to other offices and work sites, occasionally requiring extended travel to remote locations and/or overnight stay(s) outside normal office area
Willingness and ability to work long hours in different weather conditions
High school diploma or GED certificate
Must have and maintain valid state-issued driver's license, be eligible to drive a Company vehicle and meet the requirements of the Company's vehicle program, policy and/or guidelines
The Mechanic, Level 1 must work with an emphasis on individual safety and safety for others, including coworkers and third parties. This position includes working outdoors for long periods of time in all types of weather conditions typical of the area where the job is located, including dust, humidity, sleet, snow, rain, mud, cold, heat, wind, and other inclement weather. Working conditions for this position may involve exposure to varying outdoor conditions, including environmental chemicals, gases, noise, dampness, fumes, radiation, and heights.
Patterson UTI Energy Inc