Test Lab Mechanic

Cornell Pump Company Clackamas , OR 97015

Posted 7 days ago

We are Cornell Pump Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Roper Technologies and we are looking for a Test Mechanic to join our team!

Cornell is a progressive dynamic workplace offering:

  • great opportunities for advancement,
  • competitive salaries,
  • excellent benefits packages and
  • A collaborative and friendly team environment

We are a leading manufacturer of centrifugal pumps located in Clackamas, Oregon, with more than 70 years in the business and growing rapidly!

We manufacture centrifugal pumps for a wide variety of industries, including Agricultural, Industrial, Municipal, Rental and Mining Industries.

If you want to be part of an exciting, challenging and successful team, have a great can-do attitude with an aptitude to learn and grow with the company, we want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE THIS POSITION IS FOR LOCAL APPLICANTS ONLY! NO RELOCATION!

Summary of the position:

Pump equipment setup, review/execute basic test specifications, record results, and review with Test or Project Engineer. Light assembly of pumps will be required and will be asked to provide assembly support during peak volume times.

The perfect candidate will be able to perform these essential duties

  • Build test loops in preparation for pump testing
  • Designs and fabricates new test fixtures and loops
  • Setup pumps for performance testing
  • Confers with engineering personnel to resolve fabrication problems relating to design specifications and to review test plans
  • Examines parts for conformance with dimensional specifications with measuring tools such as dial indicator or calipers
  • Activates controls to apply electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, or mechanical power and subject test item to successive steps in test cycle
  • Monitors controls and instruments and records test data for engineer's review
  • Assists in the process of RGA (returned goods) evaluation
  • Test Lab maintenance & improvement
  • Keeps machines and work area clean and free of debris.
  • Able to operate forklift and other lifting devices
  • Follow all safety precautions and practices safe working habits.

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Requirements

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Required:2 years minimum related Mechanic Experience

Preferred: 2 year degree or certificate in Mechanical Engineering Technology, CADD, Automotive Technology, or related field

Benefits

Benefits offered

  • Paid PTO/holiday
  • 401K/Employee stock purchase plan
  • Medical/Dental/Vision coverage
  • Company Paid Life Insurance & AD&D
  • Voluntary Life Insurance & AD&D
  • Company Paid STD and LTD Insurance
  • EAP
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