Business Unit: Low Voltage & Products
Requisition Number: 231508
Primary Location: United States-Texas-Grand Prairie
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: High School Diploma / (GED)
Travel Required: No
Division: Energy Management
Business Unit: Low Voltage & Products (LP) Distribution
Plant(s): Grand Prairie (GPR F)
Seniority Group: Maintenance
Job Classification: Full-Time
Wage Category: Non-Exempt
EEO-1/Job Grouping: Class D & E: 06/53F - Repair
Classification (SOC): Class D & E: 49-9071.00; 49-9043.00
Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor
Effective Date: 1/1/2016
Performs work involving mechanical, plumbing, welding, and electrical trades to keep machinery, equipment, tools, and plant structure in repair.
- Education: Associates degree or 5 years work experience in field with strong industrial electrical controls emphasis.
- Experience: Industrial maintenance environment preferred.
- Specialized Training: None
- Knowledge: Shop math; blue print and schematic reading; PLC; control logic; and mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and welding concepts.
- Skills: Troubleshooting, use of mechanical/electrical/measuring tools; and intermediate computer skills.
- Must be able to speak, read, write, and comprehend the English language
- Must be able to reach, grasp, lift 50 lbs , and push/pull/slide heavy material
- Must be able to make coordinated movements of the hands and arms to grasp and move objects.
- Must be able to stoop, bend, squat, crawl, and climb
- Other: Must be at least 18 years of age
- Operates tools and equipment common to mechanical, plumbing, welding, and electrical trades.
- Troubleshoots hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical control systems to identify symptoms or malfunctions.
- Reads technical manuals, blue prints, control logic diagrams, and schematics to understand complex equipment and controls as necessary.
- Analyzes test results, machine error messages, and machine operator feedback to determine and execute corrective actions.
- Adjusts and calibrates equipment, machines, and tools according to specifications.
- Examines mechanisms for modes of failure and damages (e.g. breakage, excessive wear).
- Installs/replaces parts and/or attachments according to specifications.
- Repairs broken or malfunctioning parts.
- Properly discards tools/ machine parts no longer serviceable.
- Performs preventive maintenance (e.g. cleaning, lubricating, adjusting parts, etc.) on machines, equipment, and tools; per specification and PM Checklists.
- Collaborates in the assembly, dismantling, and rigging of machinery.
- Reviews blueprints and building codes and specifications to determine work details and procedures.
- Assembles pipes, sections, tubing and fittings.
- Installs, connects, tests, and maintains electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus, and fixtures.
- Joins metal components or other weld able material by applying appropriate welding techniques.
- Washes, cleans, sharpens, calibrates, and /or repairs tools (e.g. pulse and air tools, dies, punches, etc.).
- Plans the ordering of machine parts and tools.
- Issues and exchanges tools to manufacturing workers.
- Upkeeps maintenance records (e.g. issued tools, preventive maintenance, event logs, work requests etc).
- Cleans and maintains equipment and work area to ensure proper functioning and safe working conditions.
- Performs other work as directed by Supervision.
- Working Conditions: Job involves typically working indoors; being assigned to any of the different shifts; occasionally lifting heavy materials; wearing common safety equipment (e.g. cut resistant gloves and sleeves, apron, safety shoes, safety glasses, ear plugs, etc.); being exposed to loud noises, heat, confined spaces, and the possibility of bumps, cuts, and scrapes.
- Capabilities: The following are behaviors essential to being successful in this job.
- Safety Advocacy: Ability to promote and ensure a safe work environment; identifies, communicates, and eliminates hazards encountered during regular course of work.
- Quality Orientation: Focused on meeting or exceeding the level of excellence of products, services, and work activities–measured against pre-set standards; able to identify flaws and take corrective action.
- Cooperation: Willingly assists others by offering guidance, sharing knowledge, teaching skills, or directly performing a task in order to help out. Puts team objectives ahead of personal interests.
- Adaptability: Willingly accepts organizational changes and responds to changes with appropriate urgency and actions. Reacts to anger, frustration, and disappointment constructively (i.e. finding humor in situations; finding solutions to problems, using relaxation techniques; etc.).
- Analytical Thinking: The ability to tackle a problem or task using a logical and systematic approach.
- Mechanical Aptitude: Ability to understand mechanical and physical concepts (e.g. gravity, levers, pulleys, springs, tools); figuring out how objects work and move both individually and in relation to other objects.