Title: Maintenance Mechanic - 2nd and 3rd Shifts
Function: Manufacturing Production / Distribution
Division: Motorparts - Sealing & Engine - Sealing
Location: Skokie, IL, United States (7450 N. McCormick Blvd.)
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for diagnosing and repairing problems with mechanical and hydraulic equipment. Troubleshoot and repair pneumatics, hydraulics, and some basic electrical problems. Perform various mechanical tasks including but not limited to: Preventative maintenance, machine set-ups, component repairs, equipment overhauls and changeovers. Must be able to weld and braze. Must read blueprints, hydraulic and pneumatic and basic electrical schematics. Must be able to communicate with team members and customers. Needs to be safety conscious.
1. High School diploma or equivalent required
2. Maintenance apprentice program, technical certificate or vocational training program preferred.
3. 4 years experience troubleshooting manufacturing equipment.
4. Blueprint reading experience for metal fabrication.
5. Knowledge in the use of micrometers, veneer, depth gauge.
6. Knowledge of ovens, presses, mechanical and pneumatic clutches.
7. Knowledge of Welding; Mig TG, Oxy, Acc, Brazing and SMAW (Stick Welding).
8. Experience Machining; Mill, lathe, drill saws, sheet metal , taper turning, threading, key ways.
9. Experience with Hydraulic and Pneumatic repairs.
10. Preventive/Predictive Techniques.
11. Basic Electrical Knowledge (Single Phase and Three Phase Motor Replacement).
12. Preventative Maintenance (PM) Techniques.
13. Lift truck experience.
14. PC Skills - Microsoft Outlook, Word.
15. Self-directed; ability to work with minimal supervision.
16. Able to work in a team environment.
1. Able to lift and carry objects weighing up to 100lbs occasionally.
2. Able to lift and carry objects weighing up to 50lbs frequently.
3. Able to walk and move about, bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, climb (ascend and descend) ladders,
and work in stationary positions for long periods of time.
4. Able to stand for an eight hour shift.
5. Able to reach and grab with arms, hands, and manual dexterity to operate machines with
6. Normal or corrected vision necessary to read directions and closely examine parts; and to
7. Normal hearing in order to detect equipment and motor malfunctions.
1. Works in areas that can be uncomfortable due to noise, odors, and temperature extremes
2. Works regularly with machines where carelessness could result in cuts, bruises, burns or
muscle pulls. Serious injuries can be avoided if established safety precautions are followed.