Top Mechanical Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mechanical Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mechanical Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.8% of Mechanical Technician resumes contained Preventative Maintenance as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mechanical Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Mechanical Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Scheduled work to be performed, administered a preventative maintenance schedule, and maintained and operated a variety of computerized systems.
  • Maintained parts inventory and Preventative Maintenance Program using troubleshooting skills that reduced repair costs and increased production rates.
  • Disassembled and reassembled essential automobile mechanical components, engines, and transmissions to perform corrective and preventative maintenance.
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance and documentation on exotic performance vehicles; inspect brake systems and suspension components.
  • Developed preventative maintenance program for equipment, tools, and fixtures in support of military assembly operations.
  • Support production operations and perform emergency, corrective and preventative maintenance on production equipment and associated components.
  • Establish test procedures, and preventative maintenance schedules, based on manufacturers recommendations and customers needs.
  • Preformed preventative maintenance operations while simultaneously conducting technician duties, while employed at Hunter Technical.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs on a variety of capital solar cell manufacturing equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and continuous improvements in lab to maintain a safe working environment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, calibration and repair of a variety of automated equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all equipment as needed, including timely maintenance rotation.
  • Performed preventative maintenance tasks on equipment responsible for the manufacture of solar panels.
  • Organized, planned and assigned weekly preventative maintenance requirements for 5 department personnel.
  • Maintained, performed emergency repairs, and performed preventative maintenance on plant equipment.
  • Conduct Preventative Maintenance schedules plus equipment evaluations, and documentation for process improvement.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on a variety of equipment to ensure safe operation.
  • Performed periodic preventative maintenance as required and defined by the area specifications.
  • Performed break-down and preventative maintenance on Injection Molding Presses and auxiliary equipment.
  • Followed and revised preventative maintenance programs to ensure safe and proper operation.

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2. Electric Motors

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Here's how Electric Motors is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and reconditioned electric motors.
  • Complete encasement of electric motors.
  • Diagnosed and restored industrial sized electric motors, vacuum pumps, and oscilloscope.
  • Install pumps in the field and perform a laser alignment to electric motors.
  • Prepared, rotation check and initial start up on all electric motors.
  • Performed troubleshooting of compressors, electric motors, controllers and wiring.
  • Rebuild and repair electric motors, build and test electro-magnetic assemblies, quality inspection of manufactured/purchased parts.
  • Worked to help repair and return electric motors and pumpsAssisted team by working together to repair customers motors and pumps
  • Worked on Hydraulics, Pneumatics, electric motors, controls and wiring.
  • Maintained wastewater plant infrastructure and related equipment including engines, electric motors and pumps.
  • Assisted with development of management system to control large inventory of electric motors .
  • Maintain, repair and add to natural gas compression systems driven by natural gas Caterpillar, Waukesha Cummins and electric motors.

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3. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Repair Automotive Air Conditioner and electronic systems gas and diesel engines.
  • Disassembled and replaced diesel engines and transmissions.
  • Repair work included Diagnosis, troubleshoot, rebuild and repair diesel engines, transmissions, rear ends, and electrical systems.
  • Overhauled, utilized rigging techniques, preventive and corrective maintenance on various saltwater marine engines and marine diesel engines.
  • Performed routine maintenance such as changing oil and filters, replacing damaged parts, and tuning diesel engines.
  • Supported maintenance and rebuilds for tactical vehicle diesel engines in the Fully Mission Capability (FMC) facility.
  • Serviced hydraulic, steering, suspension, cooling, fuel and braking systems and gasoline and diesel engines.
  • Worked on maintaining centrifugal pumps, compressors, diesel engines, control valves and fin fan coolers.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair or overhaul trucks and maintain and repair any type of diesel engines.
  • Diagnosed and analyzed gas and diesel engines, power trains, and chassis component malfunctions.
  • Replace compressors, steering pumps, radiators, and other components of CAT diesel engines.
  • Performed minor engine tune-ups and made required adjustments on vehicles gas and diesel engines.
  • Trouble shoot and repair mechanical and electrical issues on gas/diesel engines, do alignments.
  • Perform annual, semi-annual, and unscheduled maintenance on heavy duty diesel engines.
  • Perform maintenance repair services on MTU Detroit, Cat, Mack diesel engines.
  • Overhaul and repair hot water units, pumps and compressors and diesel engines.
  • Repair and rebuild diesel engines (International, Cummings, Caterpillar C7).
  • Repair and rebuild diesel engines(International, Cummings, Caterpillar C7).
  • Remove and replace diesel engines, transmissions, and air conditioning components.
  • Completed Ford on-line training for 6.0 and 6.7 diesel engines.

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4. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Perform repairs on tractors and trailer including replacing/rebuilding pumps, repairing hydraulics, repairing lighting/electrical systems/ diagnosing problems and repairing problems.
  • Modified and tested electrical systems to ensure passage of quality assurance specifications and operational perimeters.
  • Conducted daily and periodic shift inspections, cleaning, and diagnostics of mechanical/electrical systems components.
  • Maintain electrical systems by troubleshooting and repairing starting and charging system.
  • Repair of electrical systems and equipment by diagnosing malfunctioning apparatus.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Modify and repair automotive electrical systems.
  • Rewire any faulty electrical systems.
  • Tasked to set-up, maintain and test electrical systems used in the flight readiness processing for the Space Shuttle Orbiter.
  • Assist in the operation, maintenance and repair of all water treatment equipment, medical equipment, and mechanical/electrical systems.
  • Inspect, troubleshot, installed and maintained aircraft electrical systems, subsystems, test equipment and performed various modifications.
  • Diagnose and repair customer vehicles, Specializing in engine performance, computer control systems, and electrical systems.
  • Complete understanding of Plant electrical systems, including DC voltage and AC voltage from 24V to 480V.
  • Experience with troubleshooting Engine, transmissions, hydraulic components, air system's and all electrical systems.
  • Diagnosed electrical problems, repaired electrical systems such as broken wiring, faulty switch's and components.
  • Maintained pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical systems to all chambers, resulting in zero down time.
  • Tested and repaired electrical systems such as lighting, instrumentation, ignition and electronic fuel injection.
  • Coordinate between mechanical and electrical systems, to prevent interference, for multiple concurrent projects.
  • Check electronic sensors, electrical systems and PLC are functioning properly, repair as needed.
  • Fabricated and installed all electrical systems according to work orders and blue prints.

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5. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Installed, assembled electrical/electronic parts, by utilizing soldering equipment and hand tools.
  • Assembled radios using various hand tools and related manufacturing equipment.
  • Work with and help train other mechanics with lesser experience and maintain a strong knowledge of hand tools and pneumatic tools.
  • Assembled systems using a variety of hand tools in accordance with procedures and blue prints to meet production and quality goals.
  • Repair defective or worn parts such as bearings, pistons, and gears, using various power and hand tools.
  • Installed electrical and electronic components, assemblies, and systems in aircraft, using hand tools, and support equipment.
  • Experience with hand tools, power tools, and electrical and electronic test equipment including volt/ohm/amp meters and signal tracers.
  • Work includes drilling, riveting, using all hand tools to install and remove components per blue prints and drawings.
  • Use of appropriate hand tools and solvents to assemble the various parts in accordance with the blue prints provided.
  • Operated common hand tools, impact wrench, reciprocating saw, torque wrench, pneumatic sander, and micrometers.
  • Operate manual mills, lathes, sheet metal equipment, and hand tools to support the fabrication of components.
  • Employed wide variety of hand tools and including hoists, drills, precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Dismantled devices to access and remove defective parts utilizing hoists, cranes, hand tools, and power tools.
  • Aligned, fitted, and assembled component parts, using hand tools, power tools, and templates.
  • Use hand tools, electrical gauges and common test equipment for calibration, diagnosis and repair of equipment.
  • Repair and provide maintenance Orbit Trimmers utilizing Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures, hand tools, and measuring devices.
  • Possess good mechanical aptitude; ability to use mechanic's hand tools; follow written and oral instructions.
  • Utilize a variety of hand tools, power tools, and test equipment in the performance of duties.
  • Operated a variety of equipment such as hand tools, laptop computers and diagnostic hardware to preform work.
  • Utilize hand tools such as screw drivers, pliers, wrenches, pressure gauges, and precision instruments.

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6. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Program, maintain and troubleshoot PLC controlled automatic production machinery.
  • Assisted in PLC, electrical and mechanical modifications and troubleshooting.
  • Repaired and maintenance electronic board and motors and Troubleshooting PLC
  • Realize PLC troubleshooting and analyzing equipment problems.
  • Facilitate schedule with Electrification and PLC Programming.
  • Perform maintenance, testing troubleshooting of Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulics and PLC related equipment* Maintain logs, records and reports.
  • Observed functioning of installed PLC equipment or system to detect hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, or replacement.
  • Examined electrical & mechanical: Diagnostics, Troubleshooting, repair process & packaging machines, PLC & controls.
  • Maintained plant machinery, troubleshot PLC problems, rebuilt dry van vacuum pumps and other vacuum pumps.
  • Experienced to working with the microscope, test equipment, soldering, PLC where applicable and schematic.
  • Follow wiring configurations as troubleshooting repairing of PLC's, control cards, and main cabinet circuits.
  • Performed electrical wiring, plumbing, chemical handling, and PLC computer controlled manufacturing and production systems.
  • Sliced wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, twisting or attaching wires to PLC terminal blocks.
  • Learned manual machining and all forms of welding, learned basics of PLC's and electronic components.
  • Carried out of condition monitoring test of the machines in the plants and perform PLC reset.
  • Received recognition from General Manager for outstanding problem solving skills as well as PLC program abilities.
  • Repair Tetra Pack Machine: Filler machine, Caper machine, Mixer Machine, PLC.
  • Provide support for Engineering personnel by designing, building and testing prototypes using PLC's.
  • Use computer to transfer program codes from one PLC to another and store program.
  • Skilled in repairing GE Series 6 PLC control system and robotic fork truck system.

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7. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Perform a variety of test operations compiling and collecting data following prescribed test procedures.
  • Updated all test procedures for proper documentation and accuracy.
  • Developed test procedures for equipment operators.
  • Learned to read and work with controlled paperwork, engineering drawings, test procedures, build specifications and technical requirements.
  • Developed test procedures and fixtures for testing of heater control, blower control and motor control board assemblies.
  • Read and write technical documents including test procedures, assembly work instructions, and part and assembly drawings.
  • Update and write assembly and test procedures and Build of Materials with MS Office and Parts Master.
  • Confer with engineers, technicians and others regarding test procedures and results to resolve problems.
  • Test per engineering test procedures, assist in fault isolation and make necessary repairs.
  • Read and interpreted mechanical drawings, schematics, printouts, specifications and test procedures.
  • Assist in the development of test procedures to create the most efficient processes.
  • Documented tool assembly and test procedures, data, observations and results.
  • Developed and applied new test procedures and techniques in the flow lab.
  • Evaluated vendor parts, laboratory test procedures, and new designs.
  • Record test results, test procedures, or inspection data.
  • Record test procedures, results, numerical and graphical data.
  • Performed functional test and safety test procedures on products.
  • Develop test procedures based on equipment to be tested.
  • Documented all test procedures, observations, and results.
  • Test in accordance to NTS and/or Customer test procedures.

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8. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of Plant Aux equipment, including chillers, air compressors, and regenerative thermal oxidizers.
  • Completed repairs of Electric over hydraulic systems, Air compressors, Valves and Piping systems, and Dryers.
  • Install gas and oil burners, air compressors, sinks, toilets, generators and light fixtures.
  • Assembled massive air compressors with hand or pneumatic tools via work instructions or schematics.
  • Repaired construction equipment such as jackhammers, air compressors and other equipment.
  • Repair air brakes, air compressors, hoses, fittings and gaskets.
  • Serviced and repaired all temporary air compressors and air driers.
  • Installed Air Compressors to supply air to the plant.
  • Installed body and parts on industrial air compressors.
  • Plant Utility maintenance including, ac units, air handlers, heat exchangers 250 hp air compressors.
  • Monitored chiller units, air compressors, fire and burglar alarms.
  • Maintain 6 Ingersoll Rand Rotary Screw air compressors.
  • Service and repair on Ingersoll rand air compressors.
  • Repair of the facilities equipment, air compressors, water treatment, and etc.
  • repair of air compressors,sewage pumps, water distribution for commercial agriculture.
  • Maintain 2 Atlas Copco and 2 Kaeser air compressors.
  • repaired air compressors, dryers, and building maint.
  • Experienced at maintaining high volume wastewater pre-treatment plants, steam boilers, high volume air compressors and glycol chiller systems.

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9. Electro-Mechanical

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Here's how Electro-Mechanical is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Completed the company sponsored Electro-Mechanical assessment and improvement program implemented by an external training organization.
  • Demonstrated superior technical skills and expertise in the repair and overhaul of Electro-Mechanical components.
  • Trained Electro-Mechanical Tech I while working closely with mechanical and electrical engineers.
  • Received Achievement Awards and Bonuses for Excellence as an Electro-Mechanical Technician.
  • Assisted supervisor and technically directed all aspects of Electro-Mechanical assemblers.
  • Support both R&D and Product Manufacturing of Electro-Mechanical Components.
  • Build, Test and Repair Electro-Mechanical Assemblies.
  • Started as Electro-Mechanical Tech 1.
  • Tested electro-mechanical subsystems for circuit integrity and operational reliability.
  • Set up, operation, maintenance, modification, circuit testing, calibration and troubleshooting of electronic or electro-mechanical components.
  • Directed a group of electro-mechanical technicians in providing repair, maintenance, and scheduled training on assigned equipment.
  • Performed a variety of non-standardized mechanical/electro-mechanical fabrication and repair duties for the manufacturing of rocket engines.
  • Assisted manufacturing engineers in the production of electro-mechanical prototypes in a self-directed work team environment.
  • Build basic and progressively complex electronic, electrical sub-assemblies, electro-mechanical assemblies into product chassis.
  • Performed technical duties associated with the operation and maintenance of electro-mechanical equipment.
  • Perform soldering and assembling of various electro-mechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies of products.
  • Assemble mechanical and electrical parts to rotating electro-mechanical systems and sub systems.
  • Assemble hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical and electro-mechanical components and assemblies.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on all electro-mechanical and hydraulic/pneumatic equipment.
  • Provided electro-mechanical support to various engineering departments working directly with engineers.

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10. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Scheduled and performed regular predictive/preventive maintenance inspections on equipment as well as provided support by managing inventory and customer service calls.
  • Provided excellent customer service, worked with customers independently and documented all work performed.
  • Test, troubleshoot and repair mechanical transporter equipment in a fast-paced customer service environment.
  • Provided excellent bilingual customer service and communication skills, as well as computer proficiency.
  • Handled customer service requests and resolved issues to total customer satisfaction.
  • Provided friendly customer service and negotiated with suppliers.
  • Experienced in business controls and customer service relations.
  • Received recognition on customer service survey cards.
  • Provided valuable and timely customer service daily.
  • Repair and maintain lawn and garden equipment heavy equipment welding radiator repair welding fabrication customer service all while being safe and efficient
  • Provided outstanding customer service to ensure repeat business and develop a bigger sales footprint in the local market.
  • Answered email and phones calls in customer service support center in reference to troubleshooting and repair of devices.
  • Provided customer service and technical support for in-house and field service of various heavy lift truck equipment.
  • Trained new employees in bicycle repair and building, customer service, and using the POS system.
  • Exposed to all areas of on-the-road sales and customer service within a busy, expanding family business.
  • Assisted in installing air conditioning systems; customer service; responsible for equipment removal and replacement.
  • Completed all work in a specific amount of time to satisfy all customer service needs.
  • Team oriented, flexible, and focused on maintaining a high level of customer service
  • Worked quickly in a high stress environment and provided exceptional customer service at all times
  • Maintained Positive customer service even in the face of negative customers and bad weather.

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11. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical support for engineers in the research and development of electronic systems under military and some commercial contracts.
  • Provided technical assistance as requested and arrange for technical support if necessary to complete repairs.
  • Demonstrated capabilities of leadership in technical support on complex equipment to newer technicians.
  • Provided comprehensive after-sales services and on-site technical support for large machines and equipment.
  • Demonstrated strong communication skills and provided technical support to shop Supervisors and Managers.
  • Provide comprehensive technical support including tire and battery installations, repairs and maintenance.
  • Provide technical support for production engineers working in a design/development environment.
  • Provided daily technical support to various types of automated equipment.
  • Provide technical support during customer installation of machines
  • Provide routine technical support to engineering and manufacturing in the development and analysis of small systems, PC's and workstations.
  • Provide technical support on and off site inspect, calibrate and repair medical and mechanical off and on site.
  • Provided floor and technical support whenever needed Accomplishments providing floor and technical support whenever it was needed.
  • Provide full technical support to production area including equipment set up, and ensuring quality expectations.
  • Provided training and technical support to customer, field service and new team member when needed.
  • Provided engineering and technical support in the manufacture of surface systems and down-hole drilling tools.
  • Provided technical support to other in-house users of vacuum equipment thus minimizing down time.
  • Provided technical support, repaired radiator leaks, transmissions, and tested emissions.
  • Liaised between users and sales to provide technical support and communicate product issues.
  • Provided ongoing technical support and guidance on operation and maintenance of product.
  • Ensured high levels of technical support to lower level technicians.

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12. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Completed Basic Maintenance to Include:Oil ChangesTire RotationMount and Balance TiresBreaksWheel bearings
  • Oil changes tire replacement and flat repairs fuel injection cleanings battery replacement
  • Oil Changes-Tune ups-Brakes, etc-Maintenance around shop-Custom work Welding/Fabricating
  • Experience with regular maintenance including oil changes, tire replacement, front-end alignments, battery replacement, and fluid flushing practices.
  • Completed preventive maintenance such as, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotations spark plug changes, and replaced filters.
  • Oil Changes, Batteries, Tires, Steering/Suspension, Wheel Alignments, Small Engine repairs, Fluid exchanges, etc.
  • Changed tires, balanced tires, oil changes, flat repairs, car alignments, mechanical work, maintain engines.
  • Oil changes, Tire rotate, Computer updates, recalls, suspension, and any basic maintenance in shop.
  • Performed full service oil changes on cars and worked as a mechanic in the third bay, as needed.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, tune-ups and more Always treat the customer's vehicles with extreme care.
  • Oil changes brakes and light diesel work such as injectors and turbos and high pressure oil pumps.
  • Oil changes, change tires, tire rotation, alignments, paperwork, and sales up front.
  • Performed all tire services (mount/demount, flat repairs), oil changes, and battery installs.
  • Oil changes, belt replacements, lighting installs, spark plug replacement and other regular maintenance jobs
  • Perform regular vehicle maintenance tasks, such as oil changes, lubrication and tune ups.
  • Oil changes, Tire Rotations, Flat Repair, and general Diagnostic of customer vehicles.
  • Tire changes, oil changes, suspension work, brakes, and basic engine repair
  • Performed oil changes, fluid changes, tire changes, rotations, and balance.
  • Performed oil changes, fluid flushes, throttle body cleanings and alignments.
  • Oil changes, including- oil filters, fuel filters and coolant filters.

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13. Mechanical Equipment

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Perform functional testing, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic and mechanical equipment used in photo finishing processing.
  • Maintain production of whole plant by operating computerized, mechanical equipment and customizing formats for daily strategic production.
  • Service and installation of new mechanical equipment and units pertaining to HVAC and refrigeration equipment.
  • Interpreted maintenance schedules and conducted maintenance to maintain all mechanical equipment in an operational status.
  • Repair and maintenance of mechanical equipment, demilitarization equipment, systems and components.
  • Perform troubleshooting and diagnostics on PLC for electrical/ mechanical equipment.
  • Conducted fleet-wide mechanical equipment condition surveys and vibration analysis.
  • Assemble and install mechanical equipment using the necessary equipment.
  • Carry out Periodic Maintenance Routine PMR of Mechanical Equipment/System.
  • Performed maintenance for all assigned vehicles and mechanical equipment.
  • Inspect and operate mechanical equipment prior to.accepting passengers.
  • Tested services and repaired vehicles and mechanical equipment.
  • Diagnosed and determined issues with mechanical equipment.
  • Performed complex assembly of mechanical equipment.
  • Monitor installation of mechanical equipment.
  • Maintained and troubleshot mechanical equipment.
  • Wire, troubleshoot, install, modify and repair electrical and mechanical equipment and related controls for customized automated strapping machines.
  • Inform to immediate superior regarding abnormalities in the performance or operation of mechanical equipment as well as corrective action done.
  • Perform maintenance on existing mechanical equipment by troubleshooting and repairing pumps, motors, and blowers and other mechanical equipment.
  • Interpreted designs, drawings, and utilized O&M Manuals in diagnosing mechanical equipment, components and systems.

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14. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Participated in all Grand Canyon University new construction HVAC installations.
  • Clarified correct compressors and related equipment requiring HVAC upgrades.
  • Job consists also of monitoring and fixing plumbing, electrical, HVAC along with carpentry tube systems and many other tasks.
  • Worked as a mechanical technician in clean room HVAC and environmental exhaust scrub for Intel's research and development factories.
  • Inspect and repair HVAC equipment including cooling tower, pneumatic controls, electrical controls, motors, and pumps.
  • Installed and maintained high speed offset web printing presses, binding machinery, HVAC, and associated equipment.
  • Recognized for efficiency in troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing and performing maintenance on building and facility HVAC systems.
  • Provided HVAC services and maintained annual contracts, estimated and prepared bids for HVAC projects and refrigeration.
  • Preformed all times of petrochemical projects, Scaffolding, HVAC, Piping, Valve repair, etc.
  • Maintain HVAC systems, Obtained Universal EPA, managed projects and inventory, served on hiring committee.
  • Inspected, troubleshoot and maintained HVAC units and exhaust fans, replaced filters, and cleaned coils.
  • Snow removal, fencing, heaters gas fired, HVAC, fire eyes and fire protection maintenance.
  • Provide support in the installation, reparation and inspection of the HVAC system in the production area.
  • Drafted, designed, and coordinated mechanical HVAC systems for industrial, manufacturing and health care facilities.
  • Addressed repair and maintenance issues for Plumbing, Electrical, and HVAC systems as exclusive service provider.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and repair of the HVAC system, automatic train protection and mechanical braking.
  • Assist in most all facilities upgrades, Electrical, HVAC and inspections of four Building.
  • Experience in building mechanical systems (HVAC, boilers, elevators, escalators etc.)
  • Assist HVAC Technician, Elevator Technician, Electrician and Generator Technician in their job.
  • Gained knowledge with installation, procedure, and code compliance in HVAC systems.

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15. Mechanical Assembly

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Here's how Mechanical Assembly is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • 92126Created and or modified material surfaces and assembled substructures and performed mechanical assembly using various hand tools.
  • Apply necessary mechanical assembly processes such as wiring, soldering and other related assembly procedures.
  • Performed general mechanical assembly, power wiring, inventory, truck driving and refrigeration plumbing.
  • Performed precision mechanical assembly which included precision alignments using electronic indicators and laser shooting equipment.
  • Performed panel building and electrical and mechanical assembly using schematics.
  • Assist in manufacturing optimization and prototype mechanical assembly.
  • Tested and Documented mechanical assembly results.
  • Performed all aspects of mechanical assembly from component level to system level where high accuracy and close tolerance work is required.
  • Connected electronic wires and cables onto mechanical assembly to very close limits of accuracy and tested in accordance with procedures.
  • Assisted the Mechanical Assembly department by leading a collection of employees in electronic component builds under precise time constraints.
  • Performed mechanical assembly on various devices using power tools and torque wrenches.
  • Panel layouts, mechanical assembly, pipe bending, soldering.
  • Performed mechanical assembly according to blue prints and drawing.
  • Blueprint interpretation, mechanical assembly, installed electrical wiring of X-Ray systems Exceeded quality control standards from start to finish
  • Complete mechanical assembly and test for Mass Spectrometry, laboratory machine manufacturer.
  • Test performance of electromechanical assembly.
  • Perform Electro mechanical assembly in according with parts and tool assemblies in the manufacture and testing of oilfield completion products.
  • Performed test of electro-mechanical assembly by using test instruments such as oscilloscopes, electronic voltmeters, and phase meters.
  • Job entailed both electrical and mechanical assembly work on custom communication, and switchgear for the railroad industry.
  • Zero Safety incidents) * Supported customers with testing and mechanical assembly of government projects.

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16. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Installed hydraulic systems including making custom hydraulic hose assemblies.
  • Inspect and repair vehicle mechanical and hydraulic systems such as drive train components, pumps, gearboxes, and compressors.
  • Assembled, built, tested, and repaired hydraulic systems capable of 50 to 2,000 gallons per minute.
  • Repaired and replaced engines, transmissions, front and rear ends, suspension, and hydraulic systems.
  • Repair and troubleshooting of PLC controlled robotic, high vacuum, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Specialize in rebuilding of diesel and combustible engines, electrical equipment and hydraulic systems.
  • Qualified DOT Driver and certified in Hydro Rig Hydraulic Systems through education.
  • Worked on all electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
  • Design hydraulic systems to operate up to 15,000 psi.
  • Repair heating, heat pumps and hydraulic systems.
  • Advanced knowledge of pneumatic & hydraulic systems.
  • Experience with electromechanical and mechanical hydraulic systems, along with engine and accessory repair and maintenance.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic systems components including multistage hydraulic cylinders and hydrostatic drives.
  • Advanced knowledge of Hydraulic and Electro-hydraulic systems.
  • Repair and maintain all mill machinery, including hydraulic systems, pneumatics, lubrication systems gearing systems and basic preventive maintenance.
  • Perform troubleshooting and repair of power plant electrical, control, instrumentation, pneumatics, and hydraulic systems.
  • Repair, troubleshoot and calibrate sophisticated and high powered search and precision fire control radar, electro-hydraulic systems.
  • fire deluge, Life Boat davits, hydraulic systems, launchers, risers and anchor systems etc.
  • Trouble shoot electrical, Air brakes, Engines, Transmissions, Hydraulic systems, and drive lines.
  • Repair hydraulic systems in Stryker.

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17. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Implemented special projects including new equipment setup and debugging processes associated with the manufacture of medical devices.
  • Maintained and performed job setup of custom high volume automated manufacturing machinery for a 24/7 operation.
  • Designed and implemented recipe functionality to reduce setup time using Siemens WinCC.
  • Operated and setup advanced and basic electrical and electronic test equipment.
  • Provided customers phone service for troubleshooting equipment and setups.
  • Worked extensively with R & D department to develop and perfect new products including appropriate machine setup or modification as required.
  • Performed complete vehicle overhauls including drive train, power train setup and installs based on performance needs of customers.
  • Served as Field service support with problems associated with the setup and operation of Bell and Howell equipment.
  • Install, Setup, and Maintain Office Computers and NetworkCar Maintenance including solving electrical and computer related problems
  • Assist with design, assembly, setup, debugging and installation of Allen Bradley controlled machinery.
  • Work with Quality associate to ensure parts are in spec after equipment setup/repair work.
  • Experienced at troubleshooting, debug, software setup/install, scheduling and buy off.
  • Trained in drill press, lathe and vertical mill operation and die setup.
  • Performed open setup operations on mills, lathes and other machine tools.
  • Test equipment prior to install, Setup HIM on power flex drives.
  • Worked with setup and troubleshooting of servo operated pick and place robots.
  • Build and setup of radio kits and electronic testing devices, Meters.
  • Assisted in the lay-out and setup of jigs for specific equipment.
  • Make sure machines are setup properly and working to full capacity.
  • Developed setup, changeover and training procedures for new hires.

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18. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained automated CNC machines for precision production of defense aeronautics parts.
  • Set up, operated, and tore down manual, automatic, or computer numeric controlled (CNC) machine tools.
  • Trouble Shoot and repair of all CNC and Electrical equipment also preform mechanical maintenance and repairs on motor control circuit.
  • Performed CNC mill machine to cut a pattern on the top face of a round sheet metal.
  • State:NC Installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of CNC controlled cutting, milling and packaging line.
  • Manufactured parts for the NASA Sounding Rocket Program using manual and CNC machining capabilities.
  • Performed Troubleshooting, Assembly and Testing of the position sensors for CNC machines.
  • Gained a lot of experience on over 500 CNC machine tools.
  • Implemented ECO's engineering changes and responsible for operating CNC machines.
  • Installed and maintained CNC machines and electrical equipment in the plant.
  • Program, operate, and maintain a CNC Plasma burning machine.
  • Maintain and repair all CNC machines and equipment throughout the plant.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on CNC milling machines and robotics.
  • Build standard and custom CNC turning and machining centers.
  • Assemble test and install CNC programmable die cutting machines.
  • Maintained, restored, updated and programmed CNC lathes.
  • Developed and wrote new programs for CNC Mills.
  • Operated CNC Lathe to cut Spacing Rings.
  • Set up and run punch presses, 8 ft. sheer and CNC break press.
  • Performed CNC machine and learned CNC G-code programming (radius programming, line interpolation programming, arc programming and so on.

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19. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Identify and communicate technical problems by using logical trouble shooting techniques.
  • Assist in successfully running a variety of tests which duties include trouble shooting, data tracking, and outcome report development.
  • Worked in a dust proof room and maintained mechanical trouble shooting on automated machines, which made medical and electronically supplies.
  • Hired to perform trouble shooting, repair, and maintenance on various plant systems in an 825MW Combined-Cycle power plant.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of semiconductor manufacturing equipment in the photo lithography, EPI, etch and thin film areas.
  • Helped in other areas of testing with fixtures, and some trouble shooting of problems experienced during testing.
  • Work with engineers and other assembly personnel to complete the assembly process, testing, and trouble shooting.
  • Worked with control circuit trouble shooting of 120V, 480277V, VFD's and individual sensors and levels.
  • Preformed maintenance on diesel fracturing pumps and equipment which involves trouble shooting open and closed loop hydraulic systems.
  • Job consisted of trouble shooting, working in confined spaces and around high decimal noise and heavy lifting.
  • Trouble shooting electrical, and hydraulics performing checks and inspections on equipment and performing services, replacing parts.
  • Trouble shooting, minor repairs, and maintenance to maintain and operate assembly equipment for medical devices.
  • Assigned for trouble shooting at three Printing machines (Mitsubishi) 3 colors and 2 colors.
  • Trouble shooting and service of industrial, commercial heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems.
  • Performed complex trouble shooting, diagnosis and repairs on complex tactical and combat weapons platforms.
  • Trouble shooting HVAC systems for multiply MRAP variants, repair and replace HVAC major components.
  • Trouble shooting and upgrading electronic train car components and associated train or car maintenance.
  • Trouble shooting, repair and maintained Modern 470, 380 yogurt filling machines.
  • Trouble shooting of mechanical problems & apply repair & maintenance of weaving machines.
  • Support manufacturing with test, debug, trouble shooting and diagnostic problem solving.

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20. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Repair maintain fleet trucks heavy equipment and maintain fabrication equipment welding
  • Maintained TWIC certification and heavy equipment and current CBT certifications.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical issues on heavy equipment
  • Experience with Heavy equipment operation.
  • Performed as heavy equipment operator.
  • Generated PM schedules and procedures for both Open Hole, Case Hole equipment Operated heavy equipment, cranes, and forklifts.
  • Design and fabricate parts for or modifications to auxiliary and heavy equipment, including welding, and fitting of component parts.
  • Operated 5, 12, and 20k forklifts in the relocation of welders, compressors, and heavy equipment.
  • Performed monthly and quarterly services on gasoline and diesel automotive equipment, lift trucks, and heavy equipment.
  • Perform repairs and maintenance on heavy equipment and logging equipment in a shop or field setting.
  • Have extensive knowledge on heavy equipment operations as well on how to maintain and repair them.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance on small to heavy equipment including bulldozers, tractors and dump trucks.
  • Ensured the readiness of assigned heavy equipment, such as engines, transmissions or differentials.
  • Diagnose, Repair, and maintain various types of heavy equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair heavy equipment used in construction and forestry industry.
  • Operate Heavy equipment (Backhoe, Excavator, and Forklift).
  • Repaired trucks and heavy equipment to both companies and individuals.
  • Serviced heavy equipment and small mechanic work when needed.
  • Work on heavy equipment small mechanic work when needed.
  • Fill in as Heavy Equipment Mechanic as needed.

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21. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical support to solve moderately complex problems for engineers related to the development and quality construction of printed circuit boards.
  • Repaired electronic components of circuit boards.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot software and hardware as well as replace circuit boards, power supplies, modems, photocells and printers.
  • Assisted engineering staff in the design and assembly of circuit boards, acoustic/optical array cables, and enclosures for electronic equipment.
  • Designed and built fixtures for production builds including press-fit fixtures for installation of press-fit connector in populated circuit boards.
  • Use of oscilloscope, DMM, and LCR meter to diagnose faulty components on circuit boards.
  • Assembled circuit boards, mechanical tools, and complex components to be utilized in oilfield production.
  • Performed electrical tests including debugging shorts and verifying opens in circuit boards using TRACE probing equipment.
  • Assemble circuit boards and wiring based on schematics, Diagnose and repair field service issues.
  • Installed electronic components such as transformers, resistors, capacitors, on integrated circuit boards.
  • Rebuild motors occasionally, troubleshooted problems with the machines down to the circuit boards.
  • Build engineering prototype circuit boards, RF cables and RF assemblies for testing.
  • Repaired all types of equipment involved with the production of circuit boards.
  • Produced prototype circuit boards, wrote simple programs for C.N.C.
  • Soldered circuit boards and connector pins using SN63 or SN96.
  • Modified printed circuit boards, with cuts and jumpers.
  • Repaired and hand-soldered failed components in circuit boards.
  • Replaced circuit boards and inventoried them for re-sale.
  • Cleaned, staked and masked printed circuit boards.
  • Replace sensors, wire harness and circuit boards.

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22. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Certificate of recognition received for modification to production equipment that increased productivity and quality of the product.
  • Maintain close observation of production equipment to ensure high efficiency and quality production with minimum shrinkage.
  • Qualified and entrusted to address any mechanical failure on all related production equipment.
  • Assisted process engineering in mutual problem solving for improved performance of production equipment.
  • Provided technical support for production equipment used to produce foam pipe insulation.
  • Assist with installation of primary production equipment and downstream packaging equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting of production equipment, both electrical and mechanical.
  • Maintain electronic and electrical production equipment and plant facilities.
  • Repair and installation of production equipment and facilities maintenance.
  • Participate in rebuilds and overhauls of industrial production equipment.
  • Performed Preventive Maintenance tasks and repairs on production equipment.
  • Maintain production equipment (electrically & mechanically).
  • Perform preventive maintenance duties on production equipment.
  • Repaired and troubleshot all high-speed production equipment.
  • Design and modification of production equipment.
  • Performed reactive maintenance on production equipment.
  • Repair of production equipment from basic hydraulic and pneumatic equipment to complex CNC machinery, performing both electrical and mechanical work.
  • Maintain, install and repair metal working production equipment including but not limited to Davenport, Acme-Gridley and Yakima equipment.
  • Perform mechanic skills including, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair of production equipment.
  • Participated with a team of engineers to modify and improve the efficiency and safety of the production equipment.

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23. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Ensured safe environments by strictly following OSHA and Department of Environmental Protection regulations.
  • Followed OSHA standard Lockout-Tagout procedure during maintenance or servicing work.
  • Created contingencies plan or procedures on all stations to ensure Safety and Ergonomics and maintain all MSDS sheets for OSHA requirements.
  • Leaded Division MSDS logs and procedures (Before the new OSHA regulations and technical training materials were dispersed)3.
  • Observed all pertinent safety regulations set forth by the company and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  • Used HVLP spray gun as a Thermal coating technician, adhering to CAL / OSHA requirements and PPE safety protocol.
  • Served as an active member of the safety committee to insure compliance with all OSHA regulations.
  • Conduct annual OSHA required Lock Out / Tag Out training for plant Operators and Maintenance Technicians.
  • Ensured adherence to OSHA regulations in emphasizing safety procedures in all laboratories and work areas.
  • Work Instruction writer for the ISO 9002 Quality Management System and OSHA VPP Star Certifications.
  • Wear all required PPE at all times and obey all OSHA laws and standards.
  • Integrate and interpret all OSHA requirements for handling of single and split rime tires.
  • Worked within OSHA standards to perform maintenance on dialysis, and water treatment equipment.
  • Comply with company and OSHA safety policies to include Lock Out Tag Out.
  • Operate forklift, high lift and other equipment by following OSHA safety guidelines.
  • Build seats for airplane per FAA guidelines, while maintaining OSHA standards.
  • Operated forklift to move machines to designated area in compliance with OSHA.
  • Clean and maintain a safe work environment by following OSHA guidelines.
  • Adhere to OSHA regulations in operating high speed equipment.
  • Trained and certified in OSHA standards for plant equipment.

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24. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive technical support in electronic and mechanical protection systems used in industrial applications (SCADA).
  • Assist engineering and CAD drafters with aircraft modification designs and incorporation.
  • Designed several manufacturing fixtures using AutoCad software.
  • Maintain and repair Cascade Refrigeration systems.
  • Created new drawings those include civil and mechanical assemblies for fuel tanks, space valves, landing gear using AutoCAD R14.
  • Followed blueprints and CAD programs that instructed me to fabricate, assemble and maintain high speed, high precision automated machines.
  • Produce Auto Cad Up-Graded Design for Red Light Camera Systems, Pole Top Housing, ATR and assist with manufacturing processes.
  • Point to point wiring on various sizes and styles for Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) and SCADA systems.
  • Used Cad drawing for some assembly, and sent drawing to vendors for quotes on parts built outside plant.
  • Walked down various mechanical systems to produce as-built drawings using AutoCAD for piping, HVAC, and piping supports.
  • Worked from blueprints, sketches, or computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) files.
  • Utilized AutoCAD to design HVAC, Fire Protection, and Plumbing systems for both commercial and industrial applications.
  • Take hand drawn plans and use AutoCAD to create presentable and accurate HVAC & Plumbing plans for clients.
  • Spearheaded project to convert more than 250 blueprints from old-as-built drawing to the more efficient AutoCAD format.
  • Redesigned CAD drawings for customer's ASME standards; conducting troubleshooting of analog and digital circuits.
  • Fabricate mechanical assemblies in accordance to engineering drawing and schematics, using ProductCenter and CAD.
  • Hand-selected to train students and peers in an Academic Hands-On Training (AHOT) atmosphere.
  • Used auto cad on the computer for drawings and correct orientation and placement of components.
  • Respond to calls from various departments (kitchen, arcade, bar, etc.)
  • Used cad software to make custom parts on the go as they were needed.

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25. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Update production machinery with state of the art electrical digital control systems and mechanical operations.
  • Installed, repaired and maintained industrial engine components and complex hydraulic and electronic control systems.
  • Installed and calibrated instrumentation devices for environmental control systems for Accelerated Life Testing.
  • Fabricate and rebuild automated industrial motor control systems.
  • Performed a wide variety of installation and maintenance of avionics hardware and wiring assemblies as well as sensor and control systems.
  • Worked as sub-assembly shop mechanic and was responsible for the build-up of hydraulic, fuel and flight control systems component build-up.
  • Test and assembly equipment included pneumatic, hydraulic, and electronic systems used to test automotive control systems and components.
  • Adjust functional parts of devices and control systems, such as vision systems, servo controllers and sensors.
  • Install, test and maintain electrical motors, conveyors, lighting fixtures, hydraulic and pneumatic control systems.
  • Assembled radio systems, control systems and other in-flight-refueling systems, electrical controls, lighting and computer boxes.
  • Collaborate with electrical engineers and drafters to implement design and theory into functional 'custom order' control systems.
  • Perform the tasks of adjusting, modifying, correcting and documenting electrical control systems, as required.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired United States postal service presort equipment and control systems.
  • Design of several electrical plan drawings, control systems and panel layouts for production.
  • Disassembled, repaired, and reassembled the GPN-22 air-traffic control systems for the Military.
  • Performed propellant servicing for the Orbiter Maneuvering System and Reaction Control Systems.
  • Tested motors, variable frequency drives, alarms and control systems.
  • Repaired night vision, thermal and fire control systems.
  • Designed heating, cooling and temperature control systems.
  • Experience with modifying and repairing digital control systems.

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26. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Assembled elevator and escalator components per assembly drawings and process sheets.
  • Build laser systems according to assembly drawings and electronic schematics.
  • Assemble basic complex sub-assembly components using assembly drawings.
  • Work with complicated prints, sketches, schematics, wiring diagrams, assembly drawings, equipment repair manuals and specifications.
  • Developed and edited bill of materials and assembly drawings.
  • Read and followed blueprints, assembly drawings and schematics.
  • Focus on working on prototype units assisting engineers - Other responsibilities include redline assembly drawings BOM and schematics.
  • Followed assembly drawings, blueprints and layout diagrams and performed all tasks, in a compliant manner.

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27. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Pipe fitting experience to include MIG and ARC welding, brazing, soldering, threading joints and cementing.
  • Designed, maintained, and fabricated electronic and mechanical equipment for use in the processing of immigration documents.
  • Assessed each job to evaluate safety and obstacles that might prevent the mission from being a success.
  • Frame repair, panel repair and replacement utilizing a MIG welder frame rack or rotisserie.
  • Welded aluminum, stainless steal, and soft steal using both MIG & TIG.
  • Fabricated and modified engineering models from blueprints using MIG, TIG, and S.M.A.W.
  • Steel and aluminum fabrication, and welding with MIG and TIG welders.
  • Perform basic MIG welding in support of fabrication activities.
  • Experienced in welding MIG and TIG.
  • Exposed to the operation of Drill press, lathe, flat surface grinder, Mill, MIG and TIG welders.
  • Worked with the band saw, the horizontal band saw, drill press, mig welder and preformed several tests.
  • Action: Migrate to new company network structure including new IP Addressing, switches, routers, and vlans.
  • Migrated the business from paper receipts to a fully computerized Point of Sale system utilizing Lightspeed Retail.
  • Metal fabrication using milling machines, drill presses, grinders, mig welders, etc.
  • Put parts on prototype engine's structures wielding mig and stick wielding
  • Light arc welding, MIG welding, and burning.
  • Repair equipment using the appropriate type of welding system Tig, Mig, Gas or stick for tasks being accomplished.
  • Fabricate from drawings and sketches for plant extensions; using Mig, Tig, and AC/DC electrode applications.
  • Performed Tig and Mig welding both manual and automatic.
  • Work includes welding, Mig/Tig and plasma cutting.

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28. Pneumatic Systems

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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed all aspects of mechanical fabrication, pneumatic systems and limited electrical assembly to manufacture bag in box filling systems.
  • Lubricate, diagnose, operate equipment, and troubleshoot mechanical/electrical/hydraulic/pneumatic systems using schematics and technical drawings.
  • Repaired electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic systems on injection molding machines and auxiliary equipment.
  • Utilized operating knowledge of Electro-Mechanical Automation Systems and solid understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Analyzed, tested and repaired both electrical and pneumatic systems from troubleshooting to resolution.
  • Performed basic troubleshooting on electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems and electrical systems.
  • Experience in mechanical hydraulics and pneumatic systems.
  • Led and trained independent maintenance crews for maintenance and repairs on weapons and support equipment structural, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot pneumatic systems and automated conveyor systems, keeping them lubricated & clear of debris for proper function.
  • Repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems, gear and planetary systems, light welding, cutting torch, computer diagnostics.
  • Repaired hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, fabricate, weld, use mills, lathes, etc.
  • Trouble shooting any problem that may arise, Electrical, Mechanical, Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems.
  • Repair and test for quality operation of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, valves and cylinders.
  • Inspect and test completed high and low pressure pneumatic systems per procedure.
  • Service and troubleshoot hydraulic / pneumatic systems on an automated production line.
  • Construct and troubleshoot sensitive, mechanical, electrical and pneumatic systems.
  • Assist in mechanical breakdown, including hydraulic and Pneumatic systems.
  • Installed and maintained power transmission, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Performed maintenance and trouble shooting on hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

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29. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided daily updates on specific projects to manufacturing supervisors and engineers to include discrepancies with electrical and mechanical drawings and procedures.
  • Assist Maintenance Supervisor in capturing process and interpreting performance in factory in order to allow performance variance analysis of factory plants.
  • Analyze production defects utilizing calipers micrometers and gauges and initiated corrective action with supervisor, quality assurance and /or department manager.
  • Composed daily email reports, providing supervisors and managers with up-to-the-minute equipment status for dissemination to second shift associates.
  • Used hand-held electronic diagnostic equipment and a variety of other specialized tools and equipment to isolate and adjust malfunctions.
  • Make reactive decisions collaboratively with production supervisors in order to meet customer needs and department satisfaction.
  • Followed standard safety procedures, correct safety and environmental hazards and report them to appropriate supervisor.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled preventive maintenance as assigned by supervisor according to the Preventive Maintenance schedule.
  • Performed all related job duties and other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor or department manager.
  • Update isolation and locating procedures periodically to enhance Damage Prevention measures and implementing changes.
  • Monitored all manufacturing operations, and worked with supervisors within the departments.
  • Utilized test measuring and diagnostic equipment to isolate faults during troubleshooting.
  • Assisted supervisor in training/blending new technicians to aircraft operations and maintenance.
  • Worked with the general supervision referring only unusual problems to supervisor.
  • Perform all workmanship to established company manufacturing and quality ISO standards.
  • Performed required ISO tests Calibrations and Certification of manufactured products.
  • Served as Liaison between our Technology department and Production department.
  • Perform operational testing and fault isolation on systems and equipment.
  • Functioned as direct supervisor for all on-site maintenance personnel.
  • Performed other administrative tasks as assigned by the supervisor.

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30. R

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Here's how R is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Work with production, management and equipment operators In order to ensure maximum equipment efficiency and reliability.
  • Demonstrate the ability to diagnose M88A1/M88A2 electrical and hydraulic malfunctions and perform corrective maintenance.
  • Performed operational and bench testing of electronic components and devices to ensure quality.
  • Performed mechanical testing to ensure product compliance with company and federal standards.
  • Design and direct studies to obtain technical environmental information about planned projects.
  • Coordinated with vendors, management and service representatives on all operations.
  • Completed extensive training for major recalls and other major technology advancements.
  • Updated and improved product configuration to maintain a competitive edge.
  • Assembled the electrical/mechanical components of schematic following engineering's instructions.
  • Worked on mechanical/electrical prototype crew to assemble Amtrak passenger cars.
  • Suggested modifications in production methods in order to overcome deficiencies.
  • Monitored performance of assembly to keep within scheduled deadlines.
  • Installed and tested modifications to mechanical and electrical equipment.
  • Organized and coordinated local library for manual on equipment.
  • Coordinate project event productions to ensure maximum profit possibilities.
  • Fabricate any parts needed for repairs or modifications of vehicles
  • Diagnosed electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting codes and air conditioner
  • Comply with company safety guidelines and procedures.
  • Work collaboratively with equipment and process engineers.
  • Performed initial quality control on incoming units.

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31. Component Level

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Here's how Component Level is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Repair to component level of any direct digital controllers that has not performed to engineering specifications.
  • Executed mechanical overhaul as well as extensive troubleshooting down to component level.
  • Performed fault analysis to the component level and determined corrective actions.
  • Performed clock tuning and functional test/fault-isolation to the component level.
  • Performed corrective/preventive maintenance including troubleshooting to the component level.
  • Experienced Manufacturing Technician with expertise in system functional testing, troubleshooting, component level repairing, wire harnesses & soldering.
  • Test, diagnose, trouble shoot airline controller PC Boards to component level and to FAA regulations.
  • Analyze test results on defective units to determine cause of failure and troubleshoot to component level.
  • Performed component level troubleshooting, testing, soldering, and assembling of electrical and mechanical assemblies.
  • Fixed test equipment by troubleshooting down to component level; soldered and replaced components on boards.
  • Assembled and tested electronic circuits within the robots, some from the component level.
  • Heat testing and component level troubleshooting of PC boards used in the logging tools.
  • Identify product defects, troubleshoot to the component level and rework/repair as necessary.
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair printed circuit modules to the component level.
  • Performed pressure testing and leak checks at both the system and component level.
  • Test and align optics, mechanical, sub-assemblies down to component level.
  • Test and troubleshoot to component level Digital Analog Interface.
  • Test and troubleshoot tool at component level.
  • Perform troubleshooting down to component level.
  • Repaired Cell Phones at component level.

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32. New Equipment

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed operational maintenance on Bradley Fighting Vehicle during new equipment fielding for active Army units.
  • Performed new equipment installations and recommended equipment, process, and facility improvements.
  • Performed all necessary steps, according to guidelines before acceptance of new equipment
  • Utilized skills to fabricate and install new equipment and overhauled existing equipment.
  • Developed and established basic maintenance practices for operators and new equipment.
  • Researched requirements for new equipment and conduct installations.
  • Performed installation of new equipment.
  • Assembled new equipment - lawn mowers, brush hogs, blades, front loaders, snow blowers, and loaded tires.
  • Performed operator training on new equipment and coordinate with contracting company on installation of new equipment prior to blue prints.
  • Plan and Layout new equipment installation, including air and electrical hook up, and meet with vendors.
  • Worked side by side with the Engineering team in installing new equipment and upgrading existing equipment as needed.
  • Ensured proper training for modifications made or new equipment installed to set-up's and machine operators.
  • Worked on machinery, retrofits, and new equipment installations and refurbishing of any type.
  • Research, service and install new equipment to maintain processing standards with production volume.
  • Assist Research and Development with the design, assembly and install of new equipment.
  • Provided support for production, including repairs, new equipment installs.
  • Installed new equipment and carried out all checks prior plant inspection.
  • Involved with Engineering on new equipment installs and cell lay out.
  • Designed and fabricated new equipment based off of customers needs.
  • Modified vehicle wire harnesses to interface with new equipment.

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33. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Build electrical and control panels following schematics.
  • Assembled and fabricated custom power supplies, power conversion control panels, and frequency control units per military and customer specifications.
  • Perform troubleshooting, routine maintenance, and repairing of all oilfield equipment including all electrical control panels and PLC's.
  • Reduced production costs by 10% by eliminating unnecessary control panels and other parts that were not being used.
  • Designed, build and install control panels for new installations or upgrade of existing equipment.
  • Trouble shot control systems as well as installing new control panels for new equipment.
  • Manufacture and test various types of control panels and work over controls equipment.
  • Build electrical control panels used in the manufacturing of new equipment.
  • Repair automatic control panels (single phase/three phase motors).
  • Connect electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors.
  • Condensed multiple control panels to one touch screen.
  • Wired control panels and connected equipment and sensors.
  • Wired 12 volt control panels from schematics.
  • Build acuators and control panels from Schematics and diagrams with point to point wiring control panels to operate such.
  • modify and repair control panels.

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34. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Assisted software engineers in completing test cases and directing baggage through hold baggage machines.
  • Involved in Writing and executing test plans and Test cases.

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35. Conveyor Systems

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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed repairs and preventive maintenance of conveyor systems Performed various building maintenance tasks including electrical and related Sub-systems
  • Assembled pharmaceutical conveyor systems and robots.
  • Automated assembly line conveyor systems.
  • Completed preventive maintenance requirements on engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, and production machines.
  • Design and fabrication of specialty equipment such as portable conveyor systems, Trailer cooling sprinkler control system.
  • Set in place large conveyor systems using lay-out drawings with a +/- 1mm tolerance.
  • Operate and maintain automated conveyor systems in temperatures as low as -14'F.
  • Designed heavy industrial doors, hardware and conveyor systems.
  • Program special profiles for conveyor systems.
  • Maintained conveyor systems and pneumatic tools.
  • Align and repair of conveyor systems.
  • Maintained and modified conveyor systems.
  • Make all necessary repairs on automated saws, tube draw blocks, Overhead cranes, hoists, and conveyor systems.
  • Perform Maintenance on High Speed Mail Sorter Machines, conveyor systems, and PC37 and PC70 videojet systems.
  • Trained on All Types of Lifts, Stand Up' Track Loaders Merge Operator on all Conveyor Systems.
  • Carry out procedure wiring schematics and blue-print Field installation of Robotic conveyor systems.
  • contract position) X-Ray Luggage Conveyor Systems Assemble conveyor systems using Visual Aids.
  • Repaired and maintained Bretting multifolders and interfolders* Performed preventive maintenance/upgrades on Matthews and Hytrol conveyor systems.

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36. Mrap

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Here's how Mrap is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Operated and maintained forklifts, generators MRAP, numerous military vehicles and tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Diagnosed and repaired all MRAP variants with the use of manuals, diagnostic software, wiring schematics, and hand/power tools.
  • Fabricated and installed a military armored gun system furnished for the Mine Resistant Armor Protected (MRAP) vehicles.
  • Optimized protection of troops by improving methods for testing critical electrical components of MRAP vehicles.
  • Performed troubleshooting, maintenance, and repairs primarily on MATV and MAXXPRO MRAP variants.
  • Repair any faults new or modified MRAP vehicles may have before delivery to client.
  • Perform battle damage and repair (BDAR) on all variants of MRAP vehicles.
  • Installed the fire baffle retro kits inside the engine walls of the MRAP vehicles.
  • Preformed light technical inspections and BDAR inspections on various wheeled and MRAP vehicles.
  • Performed light maintenance on MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles.
  • Diagnose and service MRAP (mine resistant ambush protection) vehicles.
  • Repair battle damage to Oshkosh MATV and Force Protection Cougar MRAP.
  • Provide maintenance, repair and technical experience with MRAP operation vehicles.
  • Completed battle damage repair on all MRAP military vehicles.
  • Perform inspections on new and modified MRAP vehicles.
  • Analyze new and modified MRAP vehicles for defects.
  • Traveled across Afghanistan for maintenance on MRAPS.
  • Perform modifications to MRAP vehicles.
  • Performed modification work on MRAPS.
  • Repaired Battled Damaged MaxxPro, RG31, HUSKY, Buffalo, MAT-V, as well as the Cougar variants of MRAP.

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37. Mechanical Design

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Here's how Mechanical Design is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical advice and suggestions to Mechanical Engineers for mechanical design solutions on production runs, prototypes and first article analysis.
  • Support the Mechanical Design Engineers in design, create and revise 3D sheet metal/plastic/cable models and drawings.
  • Consulted with manufacturing and quality assurance personnel on mechanical design issues and interpretation of engineering information.
  • Concentrated on mechanical design integration and analysis in the prototyping of hardware systems.
  • Recommend design changes based on materials properties or mechanical design assessments.
  • Led applicable mechanical design and integrity/reliability issues for static & rotating equipment.

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38. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical support and repair documentation to machine shop personnel and performed metal fabrication including tool making.
  • Fabricate prototype/ rework mechanical parts using machine shop tools as required.
  • Create and submit machining and testing requests and coordinate with machine shop and labs to ensure meeting of due dates.
  • Machine shop, lathe, Vertical miller, circular, Band saw, additionally varied grinders use and repair etc.
  • Worked in a machine shop environment to complete fabrication of various SCR and power processing trays used in factory applications.
  • Machine shop Equipment Bridgeport milling machine, Lathe, Drill Press cut off saw, band saw, and grinders
  • Worked with machine shop on fabricating and rebuilding replacement parts and equipment via various welding and press applications.
  • Operate machine shop equipment, perform welding duties working with hand tools and rigging equipment.
  • Work with outside machine shop and fabrication vendors to design, or repair mechanical equipment.
  • Provided technical support for engineers and scientists in Systems and Research Center Lab machine shop.
  • Acted as liaison between Engineers and local machine shops in procurement of machined components.
  • Machine shop work Bridgeport milling and lath equipment to fabricate and repair parts.
  • Worked in machine shop using drill presses, mills, and lathes.
  • Detailed parts and sent them to local machine shops for bids.
  • Designed new tooling and repaired worn tooling via machine shop skills.
  • Maintain equipment in machine shop, Stamping shop and all forklifts.
  • Managed machine shop decisions for tool repairs and new manufacturing.
  • Machine Shop using Bridgeport, lathe and hand tools.
  • Provided maintenance to equipment in a machine shop setting.
  • Fabricate new or replacement parts using machine shop equipment.

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39. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating and making minor adjustments on assigned equipment and components.
  • General maintenance and repair of automobile.
  • Performed general maintenance service for army tanks* Performed vehicle safety checks* Operated hydraulic lifts and air tools* Other duties as assigned
  • Performed various types of general maintenance such as repairing/replacing scrubber pumps and blowers and replacing specially designed charcoal HVAC filters.
  • General maintenance, service and repair of warehouse equipment (heaters, forklift, air conditioners, hydraulic systems).
  • Supported Field Service Techs assisting with general maintenance and installations of the Microfilm Storage and Retrieval Device.
  • Perform general maintenance, alignments, tires, brakes, and front end repairs.
  • Facilitated service write ups, diagnose and repair customer vehicle problems and general maintenance.
  • State inspections, emissions testing, general maintenance on all makes and models of vehicles
  • General Maintenance on Vehicles and R&R (remove and replace) Transmissions
  • General maintenance and oil sampling on dry dock carrier and facility equipment.
  • General maintenance of plant machinery and equipment, its installation and assembly.
  • Performed complete general maintenance and repairs on MRAP Route clearance vehicles.
  • General maintenance mechanic of the facility and HVAC systems.
  • General maintenance, Equipment Calibration, Production reports.
  • General maintenance of air compressors.
  • General maintenance and vehicle repair.
  • General maintenance on commercial plumbing, electrical, natural gas and chilled water systems.
  • General maintenance to keep a clean and safe workspace.
  • Shop mechanic field tech general maintenance of rental units

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40. PCS

low Demand
Here's how PCS is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed incoming testing on boards using IBM PCs.
  • Assembled and tested PCs, printer assemblies, wiring harnesses, mechanical components, and complete mechanical assemblies.
  • Involved in maintenance of laboratory PCs with both hardware rebuild, software reconfiguration and upgrade.

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41. TIG

low Demand
Here's how TIG is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed periodic safety inspections of smaller standalone camps to identify and initiate controls to mitigate unsafe risks and increase performance.
  • Investigated root cause for quality/yield problems; interpreted downtime information across three shifts to effectively address productivity issues.
  • Developed processes and techniques with engineering and quality assurance for overall product improvement and loss mitigation of product.
  • Participated in ALL failure analysis investigations, where my involvement, knowledge and investigatory skills proved invaluable.
  • Planned, developed and built specialized fatigue tests using pneumatic, electrical and/or mechanical systems.
  • Reported administratively to the Director, and took technical direction from the Principal Investigator.
  • Investigated operational reports of equipment failure and analyzed system to determine cause of failure.
  • Investigated major malfunctions and breakdowns of heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning systems.
  • Conducted near miss and accident investigations to prevent future incidents.
  • Tested components to tight engineering specifications/tolerances.
  • Instigated computerized maintenance schedule for machinery.
  • Investigate supporting Documents and Report Findings/Recommendations.
  • Operated as a team member and orchestrated tightness testing on various systems for their transfer from Deep Water to BP.
  • Perform regular checks on fluid pipe line, tightness of all clamping device alignment of machinery and others equipment.
  • Prepare and written procedure as well as conduct internal/external audits, investigation, and following up of inspection.
  • Purged all watertight cameras and scopes with nitrogen checking for leaks and back filling for moisture control.
  • Investigate, identify, design, establish and implement requirements for equipment and tooling that minimized cost.
  • Investigated and swiftly resolved issues with oily water separators, cargo fuel and ballast systems and associated.
  • Work required extensive knowledge with stainless steel (TIG) welding and full completion of work orders.
  • Adjust and reline brakes, align wheels, tighten bolts and screw, and reassemble equipment.

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42. Water Pumps

low Demand
Here's how Water Pumps is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Installed water pumps and electrical panels to control pumps to provide water for airport.- FIAT car manufacturing, hydraulic machines service.
  • Replaced mechanical seals on fire, chilled water, and seawater pumps as well as motor alignments.
  • Replaced brake pads, engine mounts, transmissions, water pumps, and timing belts.
  • Replaced alternators, water pumps, fan belts, gas tanks, and shocks.
  • Maintain steam boilers, pipelines gear boxes, water pumps, oil pumps.
  • Maintain and repair water pumps and regular maintenance of chillers.
  • Changed water pumps, alternators, starters, intake gaskets etc
  • Maintained 27 wells and 6 mainline water pumps for operations.
  • Pump Calculations - Condenser and Chilled Water Pumps.
  • Maintained and repaired compressor, water pumps equipment.
  • Maintained sewer and water pumps for Public Service Districts
  • Replace water pumps alternators some welding.
  • Designed, underground water pumps systems.
  • Air Handler, Chiller, Heat exchangers and water pumps) and perform mechanical duties.

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43. AC

low Demand
Here's how AC is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and replaced malfunctioning or damaged components by utilizing engineer drawings, military specifications, safety directives, and maintenance manuals.
  • Calculate required capacities for equipment of proposed system to obtain specified performance and submit data to engineering personnel for approval.
  • Converted standard J1-Energy data collection sheet to full working/calculating spreadsheet to obtain instantaneous results of washing machine efficiency.
  • Facilitated communications between onshore and off shore teams through contributions to development of the DART communication system.
  • Developed automated test and taping equipment for the development of capacitors for military and medical use.
  • Replaced sensors and cables and wires on pressure pumping equipment and preformed regularly scheduled preventive maintenance.
  • Build machinery for an engineering/design group, supplying custom proprietary equipment to in-house manufacturing operations.
  • Provided liaison with equipment manufactures/vendors regarding equipment revisions, service/application problems and warranty claims.
  • Review contractor's standards, specifications and other documentation to determine mechanical engineering requirements.
  • Conducted troubleshooting to identify root cause and took appropriate corrective actions for equipment failures.
  • Modify cutting programs to account for problems encountered during operation and save modified programs.
  • Maintained IT administrator account, including deploying unreleased software suite for regional testing.
  • Designed and built an automated scintillation detector workstation to characterize KUTH calibrators.
  • Identify specific location of various parts in accordance with customer specifications.
  • Completed all duties according to applicable safety measures and published procedures.
  • Calibrated of mass flow controllers instruments to meet specific accuracy requirement.
  • Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Develop and monitor test equipment necessary to acquire critical data.
  • Develop specifications, procedures and objectives to accompany actions taken.
  • Complied with manufacture specifications maintenance manuals, and services Bulletins.

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44. Mechanical Problems

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Assessed and corrected any mechanical problems and performed routine maintenance.
  • Identify mechanical problems manually or by means of computerized diagnostics.
  • Disassembled/assembled AC generators and diagnosed electrical and mechanical problems.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting various mechanical problems with various tools.
  • Recognized failure and troubleshoot both electrical and mechanical problems.
  • Repaired all electrical and mechanical problems with equipment.
  • Assessed and corrected any mechanical problems with the looms as well as operated them.
  • Diagnose & repair electrical and mechanical problems on a variety of process equipment.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined how to correct the issues.
  • Test, troubleshoot and repair any mechanical problems.
  • Identified and fixed issues with machines that included pneumatic,hydraulic, electric, and mechanical problems.
  • Maintain and repair high dollar/class foreign vehicles Diagnose computer and mechanical problems on vehicles and repair them

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45. Mechanical Repairs

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Repairs is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Executed mechanical repairs and fabrication using GMAW on heavy duty automotive equipment and welding tasks including safety equipment and electrical issues.
  • Performed both electrical and mechanical repairs to high speed aluminum pressing and printing equipment.
  • Performed complex electrical and mechanical repairs and equipment adjustment ensuring process optimization.
  • Performed electrical and mechanical repairs on production test equipment.
  • Performed Electronic and Mechanical repairs on industrial equipment.
  • Performed automotive body collision work and mechanical repairs.
  • Performed other mechanical repairs as needed
  • Assisted with mechanical repairs and project work in the Rod & Bar Mill, Seamless Mill and Melt Shop.
  • Performed all phases of road tractor mechanical repairs on diesel engines, transmissions & clutches, differentials.
  • Worked with ASE master technician preforming all types of mechanical repairs needed on today's vehicles.
  • Performed mechanical repairs and maintenance of all UCLA Recreation facilities and equipment.
  • Light mechanical repairs, Shuttle Driver, Parts driver, Maintained shop.
  • Performed mechanical repairs, including suspension, brakes, electrical problems.
  • Assist Mechanics in the performance of mechanical repairs as needed.
  • Worked minor and major mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Make necessary mechanical repairs, replacements or changes.
  • Grade 2) Responsibilities Included: Performing mechanical repairs and maintenance to semi-trucks and distribution trucks.
  • oil change tire rotations, fluid changes and mechanical repairs.
  • Perform all electrical and mechanical repairs on all Witron Equipment.
  • General mechanical repairs for baking machinery (proofers, mixers, ovens, conveyers, etc.)

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46. Test Instruments

low Demand
Here's how Test Instruments is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Calibrate and utilize test instruments according to specification.
  • Utilized sheet metal modification tools, hand tools, air tools, rivet tools, measuring tools, and test instruments.
  • Use hand tools, power tools, air tools and electrical test instruments to diagnose problems and repair machines.
  • Test instruments to factory specifications and determine necessary steps for replacement, adjustment, or repair.
  • Attach test instruments to equipment & read dials & gauges to diagnose malfunctions.
  • Install and repair data communication lines using hand tools and test instruments.
  • Scheduled calibration of all test instruments with Calibration Lab.
  • Tested equipment for circuit continuity and operational reliability using test instruments such as multi-meters.
  • Test performance of electromechanical assemblies, using test instruments and documenting results.
  • Verify performance of electromechanical systems, using test instruments such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, & specialized tools.
  • Strain gage installation and solder with test instruments such as oscilloscopes, electronic voltmeters and bridges.
  • Test performance of electromechanical assemblies, using test instruments such voltmeters, multimeters, and computers.

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47. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Performed federal annual inspections, inventory control, and quality assurance.
  • Provided Inventory control & mechanical assistance wherever & whenever required.
  • Operated computer for data entry and inventory control purposes.
  • Monitored inventory control of maintenance documents and records.
  • Maintained inventory controls for cost effective operations.
  • Tank inventory control and management.
  • Build to print, test, and repair of electrical machinery - Supervisor of project inventory control - Shipping and receiving assistant
  • Implemented a system of bills of material, assembly drawings, and procedures that improved inventory control and increased production.
  • Managed purchasing, receiving and inventory control of all parts and lab supplies for the R&D dept.
  • Collaborated on inventory control and budget control on ram rigs, jack-up rigs, and conventional rig designs.
  • Invoice customers in and out, budgeting, scheduling, inventory control, and minor auto repair
  • Set up and maintained inventory control levels on Pad print equipment and inks.
  • Loaded and unloaded tractor trails and tankers of raw material and inventory control.
  • Conducted inventory control and placed orders to maintain required stock levels.
  • Maintained inventory control on all on-hand supplies of wire and tools.
  • Created databases to plan and track inspections and developed inventory controls.
  • Tracked and metered parts usage to maintain effective inventory control.
  • Performed computer contract reviews, inventory control and sales.
  • Assisted customers with part selection Coordinated inventory control and restock parts
  • Stock Room ordering, inventory control CDL Class Driver's License - Transporting Flight Hardware / Ground Support Equipment

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48. Spare Parts

low Demand
Here's how Spare Parts is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Designed innovative solutions to eliminate waste within organizations work flow processes and spare parts.
  • Procured spare parts for replacement & filed necessary procedural documentation for HVAC systems.
  • Managed MSMS (Materials and Services Management System) spare parts data base for all mechanical equipment on site.
  • Initiated the organization and inventory of over 5000 pieces of test equipment and spare parts enabling quick accessibility.
  • Controlled operating stock for spare parts and supplies ensuring a balance in inventory was kept to company standards.
  • Make recommendations to supervisors on requirements for spare parts, test equipment and tools necessary for efficient maintenance.
  • Maintained all records of repairs, calibrations, tests, prevention maintenance, spare parts and procedures.
  • Created and maintained databases for maintenance logs, inventory control of spare parts, and facility equipment.
  • Exported SAP inventory into Excel spreadsheet to provide better spare parts visibility to technicians.
  • Maintain perpetual inventory of and order replacements for spare parts and cleaning supplies.
  • Generate parts list for ordering workshop consumables, tooling, and spare parts.
  • Assisted in the layout and organization of the spare parts inventory.
  • Prepare and test prototype machine, spare parts making measurements.
  • Procure and manage spare parts for production equipment.
  • Order and maintain spare parts inventory.
  • Spare parts ordering and repairing activities.
  • Maintained inventory of all spare parts.
  • Make the orders for spare parts.
  • Provided mechanical drafting support for fixturing and spare parts.
  • Procure consummables and spare parts needed in the equipment.

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49. PCB

low Demand
Here's how PCB is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Position included troubleshooting to component level, testing and calibration of sub-assemblies, power supplies, PCB's, and chassis.
  • Disassemble malfunctioning equipment and remove, repair and replace defective parts such as motors, PCBA's or transformers.
  • Experienced on chassis, PCB, and chamber system fabrications, and electronic testing and troubleshooting using GMP.
  • Performed all around assembly, PCB rework and upgrade duties utilizing drawings, schematics and assembly instructions.
  • Designed and development of Prototyping Products before mass production, PCB Fabrication, and testing.
  • Reported directly to the production manager for any PCB production defect found by AOI
  • Design PCB prototypes, assembling, troubleshooting digital and analog electronics devices.
  • Performed the necessary modifications and component repair of surface mount PCB assemblies.
  • Designed and assembled deliverable and prototype PCB's and circuit breadboards.
  • Performed assembly and visual inspection checks on sub assembled PCB's.
  • Performed mechanical assemble, PCB assembly and quality control inspections.
  • Calibrated test equipment, wrote test programs for PCB repairs.
  • Populate, rework and repair PCB's.
  • Performed PCB testing for critical control instruments.
  • Install PCB board, set the zero and span.
  • Worked with fabrication and installation of wiring, connectors, components, PCBs, and other items associated with modifications.
  • Perform limited troubleshooting and testing of assemblies to the component level such as PCB boards, hydraulic thrusters and motors.
  • Performed Cable harnessing and soldering, install electronic components, mechanical components and electrical components and PCB's.
  • Tested, repaired and qualified large format high-resolution ink jet printers PCB repair to component level.
  • Used fixtures, binocular microscope, soldering equipment, and hand-tools for SMT PCBs.

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50. Plant Operations

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Here's how Plant Operations is used in Mechanical Technician jobs:
  • Cross trained with plant operations and I&E departments for a more diversified work experience.
  • Assisted with, mechanical projects that improve the performance and reliability of plant operations.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mechanical Technician

Preventative Maintenance10.9%
Electric Motors9.2%
Diesel Engines9.2%
Electrical Systems7.9%
Hand Tools6.6%
PLC5.9%
Test Procedures5.7%
Air Compressors5.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mechanical Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
7.8%
7.8%
2
2
Electric Motors
Electric Motors
6.6%
6.6%
3
3
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
6.5%
6.5%
4
4
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
5.6%
5.6%
5
5
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
PLC
PLC
4.2%
4.2%
7
7
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
3.9%
3.9%
9
9
Electro-Mechanical
Electro-Mechanical
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.4%
3.4%
11
11
Technical Support
Technical Support
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
2.8%
2.8%
13
13
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
2.7%
2.7%
14
14
Hvac
Hvac
2.6%
2.6%
15
15
Mechanical Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Setup
Setup
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
CNC
CNC
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Osha
Osha
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
CAD
CAD
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Control Systems
Control Systems
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
MIG
MIG
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Pneumatic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
ISO
ISO
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
R
R
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Component Level
Component Level
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
New Equipment
New Equipment
1%
1%
33
33
Control Panels
Control Panels
1%
1%
34
34
Test Cases
Test Cases
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Conveyor Systems
Conveyor Systems
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Mrap
Mrap
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Mechanical Design
Mechanical Design
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
PCS
PCS
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
TIG
TIG
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
AC
AC
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.8%
0.8%
45
45
Mechanical Repairs
Mechanical Repairs
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Test Instruments
Test Instruments
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Spare Parts
Spare Parts
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
PCB
PCB
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
Plant Operations
Plant Operations
0.7%
0.7%

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