Ability to connect, operate and repair equipment associated with marine preservation efforts. This will include troubleshooting equipment problems for mechanical, pneumatic, electrical, and hydraulic components and sub-systems for internal combustion or electrical prime drivers. The mechanic will accomplish preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment to optimize working capacity.
• Routine servicing and overhauling of all equipment.
• Connect and properly operate equipment. Mentor and train other operators.
• Inspect, repair, and maintain diesel powered units, electrically powered units, and sub-systems for proper function.
• Comply with safety regulations and maintain a clean and orderly work area.
• Troubleshooting skills for electrical and mechanical systems.
• Ensuring the proper handling of all equipment and tools.
• Ability to read mechanical and electrical blueprints plus operational instruction manuals.
• Must be willing to learn, understand, and promote our ESOP culture.
• Have own basic tools.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing essential functions of this job. Environmental exposures are like those found in most heavy industrial settings and may include noise, heat, cold, vibration, dust, fume, and smoke.
• The successful candidate must possess the physical abilities necessary to perform all aspects of his or her job including but not limited to; general lifting and carrying equipment and tools, bending, and climbing. Ability to stand on your feet for long periods of time. Work in various types of weather conditions.
• Troubleshoot equipment problems, including mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic components.
• Ability to read mechanical and electrical blueprints.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• High school education or GED
• Trade school diploma for industrial maintenance
• Three year’s experience in a heavy industrial maintenance environment.