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Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an industrial maintenance mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of industrial maintenance mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.7% of industrial maintenance mechanic resumes contained electrical systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills an industrial maintenance mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Electrical Systems

high Demand

Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all plant equipment and electrical systems.
  • Disassemble and reassemble machines as needed, unhook and hook up all electrical systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems and diesel equipment.
  • Fixed machinery that used air, water, and electrical systems.
  • Repaired air tools, plumbing and electrical systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems and AC/DC systems.Inspected and tested equipment.
  • Experience with hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical systems & the ability to operate shop equipment.

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2. Hand Tools

high Demand

Here's how Hand Tools is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Realigned and adjusted components such as motors, gearboxes, clutches, and brakes and using hand tools and following diagrams.
  • Fabricated repair machine parts, piping, and duct work with hand tools and specialized machinery on-site or in shop environment.
  • Disassembled the equipment to remove defective parts by using cranes, power and hand tools, hoists and safety lockout devices.
  • Adjusted functional parts of devices and control instruments by using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straightedges.
  • Examined protective guards, loose bolts and specified safety devices on trucks, and made adjustments with hand tools.
  • Overhaul gas and diesel engines, using mechanic's hand tools, welding equipment, standard charts and hoists.
  • Dismantled machines and equipment to gain access to problem areas, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Fabricated repair machine parts, piping, and duct work with both hand tools and specialized machinery.
  • Skilled in identifying the proper power and hand tools in the safest possible manner and various equipment.
  • Experienced in different facets of high-speed production equipment, Knowledgeable of all shop equipment and hand tools.
  • Realigned and adjusted components, such as spindles and clutches, with hand tools.
  • Skilled using electronic equipment, power tools, hand tools, precision measuring equipment.
  • Use of various hand tools, power tools, diagnostic and testing equipment.
  • Repair or replace defective parts, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Manufactured needed parts using machine shop equipment and hand tools.
  • Utilize standard shop hand tools, measuring devices and equipment.
  • Used all types of hand tools and equipment.
  • Used hand tools, testing devices, chain falls.
  • Serviced automatic oil burners in furnaces in commercial establishments, using hand tools and pipe- threading tools.

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3. Mechanical Equipment

high Demand

Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Job Duties: Maintains production and quality by ensuring operation of machinery and mechanical equipment.
  • Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment.
  • Managed planning and implementing preventive maintenance programs for the building and mechanical equipment.
  • Maintain production machinery and mechanical equipment.
  • Planed and performed various skilled mechanical duties for installation, troubles shooting, and repair of mechanical equipment.
  • Responded to calls after hours and on weekends to repair mechanical equipment failures.
  • Developed standard operating procedures (SOP's) for maintaining mechanical equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic repairs to production and mechanical equipment.
  • Inspected, analyzed, and repaired various pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical, and electromechanical equipment.
  • Operate Fork, Scissor and Snork Lifts * Maintain production machinery and mechanical equipment.

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4. PLC

high Demand

Here's how PLC is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Preform repair and troubleshooting preventive maintenance on Electrical Hydraulic pneumatic PLC.
  • Lead man, diagnosed, repaired, replaced electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical, PLC and steam systems components.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repairs of Zinc Die-Casting Machines that included electrical controls, hydraulics, pneumatic controls, and PLC's.
  • Required to fabricate and weld, pipe fitting, plumbing, PLC systems, electrical skills and computer skills.
  • Install and repair industrial machinery including PLC's, conveyors, AC/DC drives, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Use of different conveyor systems, slicing machinery, and PLC's (programmable logic controllers).
  • Worked with various MCC panels and PLC cabinets troubleshooting and replacing electrical components.
  • Used PLC's to assist in troubleshooting problems in plant equipment.
  • Possess an understanding of both Allen-Bradley and Hitachi PLC systems.
  • Convey belts which operated on PLC's and/or frequency drives.
  • Understand theory of operation, PLC and troubleshooting processes.
  • Experience with PLC and automated equipment and applications.
  • Repaired pneumatic, electrical components and PLC's.
  • Perform inspections on PLC systems.
  • Repair, install and program VFD's, troubleshoot and install PLC's.
  • Trouble shoot Program logic Controllers (PLC) T.S.
  • Operate, repair, and adjust PLC's.
  • Trouble Shout PLC, VFD Some Electrical work.
  • Skilled: 230,277,480-3 phase, PLC Exp.
  • Worked with electric, hydraulics, pneumatics, PLC'S, fiber optics, welding, fabrication and computers.

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5. Production Equipment

high Demand

Production equipment in limited terms is used to define any type of machinery or equipment used in the production of a video or film. Basic production equipment includes a camera, tripod, lighting kit, camera light, short term microphone, light reflector, boom pole, shock mount, audio cables, wireless microphone, headphones, portable digital audio recorder, camera lenses, extra batteries, external hard drive, and DSLR shoulder mount rig.

Here's how Production Equipment is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised all new machinery installations and performed daily repairs on high volume time sensitive production equipment.
  • Interacted with managers, equipment operators, and maintenance technicians regarding production equipment upkeep.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair industrial production equipment in an injection/blow mold facility.
  • Performed preventative maintenance of production equipment, including lift tables.
  • Install new equipment and safety guarding while troubleshooting production equipment.
  • Serviced and repaired glass making production equipment and conveyor systems
  • Experienced and familiar with high-speed industrial production equipment.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical maintenance to production equipment.
  • Maintained production equipment through preventive and predictive maintenance.
  • Worked with wide range of tools, both general and special tools, for certain types of production equipment.
  • Used machine shop equipment to make new parts and replacement parts for production equipment when needed.
  • Design and make replacement parts for production equipment, maintain records of machine drawings updates.
  • Perform scheduled, preventative, corrective and diagnostic maintenance for food grade production equipment.
  • Job Description: Install and repair industrial machines, troubleshooting and maintain production equipment.
  • Repair electrical controls, automation and all production equipment as needed.
  • Repair, troubleshoot and maintain all high speed production equipment.
  • Maintained Drills, tappers, and other production equipment.
  • Design and Fabricate storage and production equipment.
  • Repair, install and/or dismantle production equipment.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair production equipment and machinery in an industrial bakery General building maintenance, including plumbing and electrical repairs

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6. Conveyor Systems

high Demand

A conveyor system is paraphernalia that supports the movements of goods and objects. Conveyor systems have been used in factories since the industrial revolution because they make the manufacturing process easier and orderly.

Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Trained/certified as Industrial Electronics Mechanic by the United States Postal Service - conducted routing preventative maintenance/troubleshooting/repair of industrial bulk conveyor systems.
  • Ensured the routine maintenance and operation of conveyor systems was carried out.
  • Learn to adjust photo eyes and limit switches on conveyor systems.
  • Service Industrial 480 3 phase Presses, packaging equipment, conveyor systems
  • Preformed preventative and reactive maintenance on machines and conveyor systems.
  • Serviced a multitude of conveyor systems and waist systems.
  • Replace sprockets & chains on conveyor systems.
  • Service and maintained conveyor systems.
  • Experience: Preventive Maintenance, service and repair, troubleshooting, control Pm/Mo/Reac over 60 conveyor systems.
  • Work electrical controls single and three phase; dc control units and conveyor systems.
  • flour pumps, liquid pumps and many types of conveyor systems.
  • Maintained trough rollered conveyor system.

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7. Preventive Maintenance

high Demand

Here's how Preventive Maintenance is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance procedures, upgrades and overhauls of equipment as assigned by supervisors or generated by Maintenance Monitoring System.
  • Carry out Preventive Maintenance Program including performing necessary work, recording maintenance data and completing PM/Inspection Sheets as required.
  • Identified under performing equipment and worked with engineering to implement preventive maintenance correction actions to maximize equipment performance.
  • Conduct scheduled / unscheduled / preventive maintenance of high speed manufacturing equipment in a major production facility.
  • Conducted training on proper application of preventive maintenance processes and directed team members utilizing Lean Manufacturing Concepts.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance to ensure that machines ran and operated efficiently.
  • Repair and preventive maintenance of support equipment within a manufacturing plant.
  • Control downtime by informing production workers of routines preventive maintenance techniques.
  • Perform preventive maintenance to ensure the operation of equipment and machinery.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance to ensure that field systems operated efficiently.
  • Perform preventive maintenance by continually checking equipment and document any findings.
  • Performed preventive maintenance while keeping accurate records of work completed.
  • Maintain all industrial equipment and preventive maintenance of equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on production and packaging equipment.
  • Performed scheduled preventive maintenance on food processing equipment.
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance upon all facility machinery.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and made repairs on machinery.
  • Performed routine machine maintenance and preventive maintenance.
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance on assigned equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on paper mill machinery.

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8. Production Machines

high Demand

Here's how Production Machines is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery, such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment.
  • Repair, replace, and maintain all production machinery and equipment as necessary.
  • Maintained, troubleshoot, and repaired all production machinery.
  • Check and record building emissions,check to make sure production machines were operating correctly.
  • Ensured operation of machinery by completing preventative maintenance requirements on motors, pneumatic and electrical operating systems, and production machines.
  • Perform production machine set-up, changeover, general troubleshooting, repair and replacement of components to automated dry chemical dispensing equipment.

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9. Defective Parts

high Demand

A defective part is a spare part that does not meet the quality standard of a product. Often, before a product or a tool is released in the market, quality check takes place. It is removed from a machine or electronic system to ensure that the other parts will not have an issue. A defective part do not last long and needs to replace immediately.

Here's how Defective Parts is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Implemented necessary part manufacturing in major or emergency projects when replacement parts were not available.
  • Remove defective parts by dismantling devices; using hand and power tools; examining form and texture of parts.
  • Requisitioned new or replacement parts, tools or equipment for the approval of the Maintenance Manager.
  • Repair or replace items or defective parts of machines and equipment.
  • Replaced defective parts to ensure productivity is maximized at all times.
  • Research vendors for the acquisition of replacement parts when necessary.
  • Ordered replacement parts and shelf stock as necessary.
  • Replace defective parts of machinery as needed.
  • Fabricate replacement parts as needed.
  • Replaced defective parts with new parts and repaired and reproduced parts from various kinds of metal stock, using handtools.
  • remove defective parts by dismantling devices using hoists, cranes, and hand power tools.
  • lay off Determine causes of operating problems, consults schematics and orders replacement parts.
  • Removed defective parts by dismantling devices; using hoists, ctranes, and hand powertools.

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10. MIG

high Demand

Here's how MIG is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Welded using MIG and TIG welding equipment to fabricate new and repair existing machinery and equipment as needed.
  • Familiarized with drill presses, lathes, mills, MIG and TIG welding techniques and tools.
  • Used MIG & TIG welding processes with steel and aluminum to make repairs.
  • Experience with primarily stick welding and some MIG welding.
  • Light fabrication and MIG welding skills.
  • Band saws, Grinders, Cut off saws, MIG, TIG and STICK welding processes.
  • Performed MIG, TIG and Stick welding.
  • Weld and fabricate all parts needed for normal operation using MIG, MIG Flux cored, TIG and ARKwelding.
  • Welded parts with arc, mig and gas welding equipment.
  • Welded with Mig welder, fabricated with wood and steel.
  • Welded steel with mig and stick welders.
  • Repair with stick and mig welding.
  • Experience in using Mig, Tig, and stick welders, cutting torches as well as power tools and fabricating.
  • Use of mig, tig, and arc welding equipment, ability to read and interpret blueprints.
  • Performed Mig, Tig, Arc welding and utilized Oxygen/Acetylene and Plasma for brazing and cutting functions.
  • Air compressors, cooling towers, Mig, Tig and Stick welding, plasma cutters.
  • Repaired Machinery, Welding Mig, Stick, and Tig, Machinist.
  • Perform mig, tig, stick welding and fabrication when necessary.
  • Stick, Mig and Tig Welder (no certification).
  • Distinguished Tig Welder, Stick Welder, Mig Welder,*Maintain, Troubleshoot, & P.M.

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11. Hvac

high Demand

Here's how Hvac is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain, repair and update rooftop HVAC units, air handlers, exhaust fans, etc.
  • Maintained the facility, repaired and replaced electrical, plumbing, HVAC and Boiler operation.
  • Perform maintenance of facilities HVAC equipment and controls.
  • Installed/repaired HVAC, Electrical, and Plumbing/Carpentry.
  • Provide routine maintenance and repairs to pumps, motors, sompressors, filters, HVAC, lighting, ovens, etc.
  • Experience in HVAC, hydraulics, pneumatics, conveyors, III-phase electricity related to motors and motor feed controls.
  • Repaired and replaced HVAC systems, including air handlers, humidity controlsystems and all duct work.
  • Performed routine and emergency Maintenance on high-pressure boilers and HVAC systems.

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12. Plant Equipment

high Demand

Here's how Plant Equipment is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventive and predictive maintenance on production and plant equipment.
  • Plant Maintenance Mechanic: Responsible for maintenance and upkeep of plant equipment and services.
  • Repair, and Perform preventative maintenance on all power plant equipment.
  • Major repair and maintenance of plant equipment.
  • Maintained various plant equipment machinery.Ordered parts and repaired as required and performed preventative maintenance.
  • Disassemble parts, repair and replace components, reassemble and reinstall plant equipment.

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13. Mechanical Problems

high Demand

Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked as a Production Line Mechanic troubleshooting electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical problems.
  • Job duties included repair, rebuilds trouble shooting electrical, hydraulic mechanical problems on printing press.
  • Diagnose mechanical problems and determine the best method of repair.
  • trouble shoot electrical problems and mechanical problems.
  • Perform vibration analysis, analyze data, troubleshoot and solve mechanical problems and make recommendations for improving maintenance management programs.
  • Used schematics and blueprints to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems with equipment as well as equipment modifications.

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14. Routine Maintenance

high Demand

Here's how Routine Maintenance is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Coordinate activities of workers engaged in routine maintenance and repair of machinery and equipment.
  • Performed routine maintenance on equipment, rebuilt machine attachments and repaired tools.
  • Insure proper inventory and supply levels are maintained for routine maintenance programs.
  • Worked at Marathon Petroleum Company on the routine maintenance crew.
  • Performed routine maintenance and troubleshooting repair on production machinery in an electrical circuit board manufacturing environment.
  • Performed routine maintenance on machinery and emergency troubleshooting and repair of all plant equipment.

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15. Heavy Equipment

average Demand

Heavy equipment, also known as heavy machinery, refers to heavy-duty trucks that are specifically built to complete building works, most often earthwork activities or other major construction projects. Heavy machinery works by multiplying the amount of input force added to force exerted, allowing jobs that would otherwise take hundreds of workers and weeks of labor to be completed in a fraction of the time.

Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform repairs and maintenance on recycling equipment, compact heavy equipment and light trucks to maximize safe and productive operations.
  • Certified to operate all types of heavy equipment such as aerial lifts, scissor lifts, and forklifts.
  • Conducted mechanical work and preventative maintenance to All Saw Mill Machinery and Heavy Equipment as needed.
  • Operate heavy equipment including forklifts, boom trucks, cranes, and man lifts.
  • Operated and inspected various heavy equipment while maintaining the highest safety standards.
  • Certified by current employer to operate heavy equipment.
  • Operate several types of heavy equipment.
  • Perform basic cutting and welding operations Able to do machining and heavy equipment operation where needed.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance Hickory, KY Replaced & repaired industrial machinery & parts Fabricated Welded Controlled wiring Operated heavy equipment

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16. Trouble Shooting

average Demand

Troubleshooting is a term that refers to the process of solving any kind of problem. Troubleshooting is done in order to determine the problem which may be hindering the operations or functionality of a machine or system.

Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Industrial Maintenance Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform operation monitoring, trouble shooting, electrical and mechanical repairs.
  • Trouble shooting Ammonia Refrigeration Systems.
  • Trouble shooting high voltage electrical control panels and Logic controllers.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of evaporator Towers for juice concentrate.
  • Participate in equipment trouble shooting and problem solving.
  • Perform basic electrical trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting and Repair of Water pumps, Juice pumps, Sine pumps, PD pumps and High pressure Pumps.
  • Trouble shooting and Repair of industrial plastic film machines, extruders, weigh hoppers, chillers and3M tape machines.

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One of the best ways to acquire the skills needed to be an industrial maintenance mechanic is to take an online course. We've identified some online courses from Udemy and Coursera that will help you advance in your career. Since industrial maintenance mechanics benefit from having skills like electrical systems, hand tools, and mechanical equipment, we found courses that will help you improve these skills.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Electrical Systems13.7%
Hand Tools11.4%
Mechanical Equipment5.4%
PLC4.7%
Production Equipment4.6%
Conveyor Systems4.1%
Preventive Maintenance3.1%
Production Machines2.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
13.7%
13.7%
2
2
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
11.4%
11.4%
3
3
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
5.4%
5.4%
4
4
PLC
PLC
4.7%
4.7%
5
5
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
4.6%
4.6%
6
6
Conveyor Systems
Conveyor Systems
4.1%
4.1%
7
7
Preventive Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Production Machines
Production Machines
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Defective Parts
Defective Parts
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
MIG
MIG
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Hvac
Hvac
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Plant Equipment
Plant Equipment
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Routine Maintenance
Routine Maintenance
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Conveyor Belts
Conveyor Belts
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Osha
Osha
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
Equipment Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
CNC
CNC
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Building Maintenance
Building Maintenance
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Mechanical Devices
Mechanical Devices
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Machine Parts
Machine Parts
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Functional Parts
Functional Parts
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
New Equipment
New Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Machine Shop Instrumentation
Machine Shop Instrumentation
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Operations Manuals
Operations Manuals
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
1%
1%
31
31
Ac
Ac
1%
1%
32
32
Gear Boxes
Gear Boxes
1%
1%
33
33
Engineering Specifications
Engineering Specifications
1%
1%
34
34
Repair Parts
Repair Parts
1%
1%
35
35
GMP
GMP
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Mechanical Maintenance Reports
Mechanical Maintenance Reports
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Control Instruments
Control Instruments
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Shop Equipment
Shop Equipment
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
Pulleys
Pulleys
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Dimensional Requirements
Dimensional Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
TIG
TIG
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Production Workers
Production Workers
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Mechanical Maintenance Information
Mechanical Maintenance Information
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Supplies Inventories
Supplies Inventories
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Drill Press
Drill Press
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Inventory Levels
Inventory Levels
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Order Parts
Order Parts
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Technical Knowledge
Technical Knowledge
0.5%
0.5%

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