LSV IAM Indust Maint Tech IV

  1. Assists other Industrial Maintenance Technicians as required in maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing of industrial equipment within the facility as well as programmable logic controllers and microprocessors.

  2. Determines need and orders material and parts as required to repair equipment.

  3. Performs electrical and mechanical preventative maintenance services.

  4. Operates lathes, drills, milling machines, and conventional machines to manufacture parts and determine equipment operating condition.

  5. Maintains paint facility- replaces lamps and maintains lighting equipment of various types.

  6. Performs minor electrical construction using standard electrical practices and in compliance with the National Electrical Code and Site safety standards.

  7. Uses specifications, drawings, and schematics to perform corrective and preventative maintenance as specified by the manufacturer.

  8. Installs, services, and repairs various piping systems. Repairs and overhauls valves, pumps, coils, and process control equipment. Installs, repairs, and maintains machine tools and equipment including troubleshooting to determine the source of trouble and type of repairs required.

  9. Disassembles, inspects, replaces, and/or repairs precision parts such as bearings, shafts, spindles, lead screws, cams, and gears.

  10. Evaluates, tests, installs, troubleshoots, analyzes, aligns, evaluate performance, repairs, modifies, and performs preventative maintenance on industrial equipment within the facility and electrical & electronic controlled systems on equipment such as industrial machines, welders, heat treat equipment, plating facility, and x-ray equipment, etc.

  11. Assists other Industrial Maintenance Technicians in maintaining and repairing programmable logic controllers and microprocessors. Computer programs may be utilized to troubleshoot and analyze functions of computer controlled industrial equipment.

  12. Lays out and installs machine tools, compressors, furnaces, testing equipment, plating equipment, and painting systems.

  13. Sets anchor bolts, levels machines, and assists factory personnel in initial start up and final adjustment of equipment.

  14. Maintains and repairs programmable logic controllers and micro processors. Computer programs will be utilized to troubleshoot and analyze functions of computer controlled industrial equipment. Occasional assistance may be required.

  15. Precision levels beds and tables. Adjusts gibs and aligns columns, heads, and ways to manufactures tolerances.

  16. Troubleshoot and repair complex industrial equipment, fabricate parts when and if required.

  17. Performs maintenance duties at a higher level of efficiency and solves issues of greater and more frequent complexity than that expected of lower level Industrial Maintenance Technicians.

  18. Works under the supervision of a Team Leader who gives minimal instructions. Team Leader is available for consultation. Upon completion of a job, employee will close sequence in computer system which verifies the work is complete and conforms to quality requirements.

  19. Employee is responsible for maintaining/improving housekeeping standard in his/her work area and adhering to established safety rules and practices.

  20. Must understand shop floor computerized time and attendance system and independently execute assigned responsibilities. Example of those responsibilities is: clocking in and out upon arrival and departure from work, etc.

Provide o technical expertise and training to other Industrial Maintenance Technicians

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