Our client, a major Engineering company, is seeking to hire a Mechanic to work in a 3-month contract (temp to hire) position located in Quincy, Florida.
Performs a variety of tasks in the preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment associated with water/wastewater treatment plants and related facilities equipment
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Assists Project Manager in planning, scheduling, and directing the maintenance and repair (mechanical and electrical equipment, buildings, structures, and grounds), in budgeting and estimating cost and time for all aspects of repairs or replacements and recordkeeping.
- Maintain water and wastewater system maintenance program / Assist associates in preventative maintenance.
- Reads, interprets and works from blueprints, drawings, sketches, plans, specifications, and mechanical illustrations.
- Mechanical repair work on water/wastewater treatment plant equipment and related equipment
- Analyzes equipment failures to determine the cause and prevent recurrences
- Performs preventive and corrective maintenance on mechanical and electrical machinery or equipment
- Lubricates equipment and checks for malfunctions
- Replaces bearings, packing, seals, shafts, sleeves, seats, or other components found in the treatment plant equipment
- Uses special tools, such as bearing pullers, torch, welding machine, hoist, or other equipment used in the repair of treatment plant equipment.
- Performs other duties as required.
- High school diploma or GED
- 6+ years of experience (maintenance and repair of advanced electrical and mechanical equipment)
- Possess a valid driver’s license
- Knowledge of 3 phase electrical systems and the ability to troubleshoot issues (Preventative maintenance and correct maintenance)
- Computer skills
- General pump maintenance and troubleshooting skills.
- Some trade school education with an emphasis on electrical and mechanical equipment and metal fabrication will be a plus.
- Six years of experience with knowledge of the principles, methods, tools, and materials employed in the general operations, maintenance, and repair of advanced electrical and mechanical equipment and systems, including combustion engines, vehicles, electric motors, farm machinery, pumps, and related equipment associated with water/wastewater systems
- Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook and to enter data into a computerized maintenance management system.
- Knowledge of safe work practices, supervisory training, and federal and state laws as they pertain to the water/wastewater industry