Mechanic Job in McKeesport, PA
Overview & Responsibilities
To recommend and implement repairs for all types of industrial and rotating equipment, including but not limited to compressors, turbines, and other equipment. Has the ability to document, erect, alter, install, align, repair, replace, disassemble, and reassemble, move and inspect all rotating equipment, using proper tooling and processes to complete work in a safe and timely manner to meet customer needs. Has the ability to plan and oversee repairs with very minimal supervision or feedback. Helps train other employees in the functions and processes in the department.
The below reflects general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherit in the job.
Promotes safety and quality at all times. Positive attitude and display of leadership. Flexible and responsive with a strong teamwork orientation. Maintain a clean and organized work area. Conducts their self in a professional manner at all times when working with internal and external customers. Fully capable of reading and comprehending drawings, sketches, work scopes, and verbal instructions. Uses appropriate equipment, tooling, drawings, work scopes, procedures, specifications and documentation to perform the primary function. Fully capable of altering and overhauling all rotating equipment needed to complete jobs. Ability to set up all equipment needed to complete jobs. Fully capable of accurately assessing and documenting a visual inspection of all types of rotating equipment and providing a recommendation. Advanced knowledge and accuracy in using various measuring devices: micrometers, indicators, calipers, gages, and other required tools necessary to perform the job. Able to accurately measure and record all critical clearances and dimensions on turbines, compressors, and any other equipment necessary. Able to pass annual dimensional inspection test. Able to understand and process documentation associated with turbo machinery such as inspection reports, photo logs, and hold tags. Advance knowledge of lifting, rigging, crane and forklift operations.
All compressor work - disassembly/reassembly
All rotor work:
•De-stacking/reswork •Turbine and tacking/balancing•Building discs and reversers•Peening•Final assembly any type of rotating equipment•Welding
- 5 years' relevant experience. Will consider candidates with less years of experience.
- Rotating equipment is required including turbines and/or compressors.
- Candidate must be willing to multitask. Welding experience preferred.
- Ability to work off-turns, nights, weekends (3pm to 11pm) based on customer demands
- Mechanical aptitude
- Ideally candidate should have their own tools (desired) OD, ID mic's, measuring equipment experience - candidate will be responsible for incoming inspections, report taking (inspection forms, document findings w/ digital camera, visual inspections, dimensional inspections)
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