Reads and interprets equipment manuals, work orders, equipment drawings/blueprints, building drawings, and electrical/instrumentation schematics to perform required maintenance and service.
Identifies required parts from equipment drawings.
Inspects, diagnoses, and troubleshoots plant and mobile equipment/system problems.
Performs advanced electrical/instrumentation skills and basic mechanical skills including, but not limited to, process control, computer automation systems analysis, electrical control, conduit bending, welding, cutting, repairing power transmission equipment, pneumatics, rigging, and troubleshooting and repairing plant equipment/systems as needed.
Performs preventive maintenance inspections and performs or recommends repairs.
Develops and follows standard work for preventive maintenance programs and recommends spare parts requirements and suggested inventory levels.
Provides scheduled and emergency/unscheduled repairs of plant and mobile equipment/systems.
Communicates with others internal and external to the organization to obtain/provide information regarding equipment/system issues as needed.
Leads major repair projects to be completed by maintenance team, ensuring successful completion.
May be required to fill in for Maintenance Supervisor during vacations or absences.
Utilizes established company computer systems to find MRO inventory items, historical information, issue inventory parts, and complete time card entries.
Records pertinent labor information from work shift.
Assumes a leadership role by promoting a positive work environment/attitude.
Other Duties & Responsibilities:
Trains others in job duties/skills.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Works safely and maintains the safety of coworkers