Performs preventative maintenance and repairs on all plant equipment and facilities.
Performs diagnosis, testing, disassembly, inspecting, repair and re-assembly of plant equipment or components such as hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, hydraulic shear, vacuum equipment, roller leveler, cranes, electrical boards and components, etc.
Performs skilled trouble shooting and servicing of pneumatic and hydraulic components.
Performs proper replacement and/or adjustment of mechanical clutches, drive trains, etc.
Repair of worn parts, straightens and fabricates fixtures (welding, cutting, brazing, and surface hardening applications).
Assist junior personnel and operators in proper direction of equipment repairs.
Ability to perform major and general repairs on all equipment.
Required to record labor and material used on each repair made in CMMS.
Required to take proper care and use of test equipment.
Required to properly use lift equipment (cranes, booms, man lifts, cherry picker, etc.)
Exercise communication skills pertaining to the job.
Occasionally will be called during irregular hours to handle production coverage with little or no supervision.
Reports all abnormal conditions and safety hazards to supervisor.
Will perform housekeeping and other routine tasks as directed.
Is diligent at all times to work safely, and to follow safe working practices, including Lockout/Tagout procedures and other safety procedures.Lifting, carrying, bending, kneeling, stretching, stooping, and working in awkward and/or confined positions
Must have basic computer knowledge
Must be able to read, understand, and interpret electrical schematics
At least three years of electrical and mechanical experience in a heavy industrial manufacturing environment.
Must have proven hands on experience of working on overhead cranes above 10 ton, wire welders and hydraulic presses.
PLC experience would be a plus.
Must have knowledge of basic shop mathematics, addition, subtraction, fractions, multiplication and decimals.
Ability to read, write, and communicate in English.
Ability to read and comprehend basic hydraulic, pneumatic, and structural schematics.
Ability to convert inch to metric.
Ability to use gauging equipment from .001' up, dial indicators, micrometers, feeler gauges, etc.
Climbing (heights to 40'), lifting, bending, kneeling, crawling, stretching, and working in confined areas and awkward positions.
Handling gearboxes on top of machines, changing brakes, motors on cranes, etc.
Average weight of object handled is 30 lbs. normally standing or stooping.
Percentage of workday in each position is climbing 5%, bending or kneeling 10%, stooping 10%, standing or walking 75%.
Sabre Industries, Inc. Adresse:
8653 E. Highway 67
Texas United States www.sabreindustries.com
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1160 rue Levis, Suite 100
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