Maintenance Mechanic

Description: • Performs various facilities maintenance duties including: Heavy Preventive Maintenance on systems and equipment.
• Performs basic carpentry, electrical, mechanical, air conditioning, plumbing, plastic or sheet metal fabrication, or associated work on plant facilities using power tools.
• Light janitorial duties expected.
• May perform routine inspections to determine repair and maintenance work necessary.
Desired Skills: Interpersonal skills and the ability to interface with all levels, to work in teams or independently and communicate effectively with all co-workers or supervisory staff.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
• Basic equipment/machines repair and troubleshooting skills, for both electrical and hydraulic systems.
•Carpentry and plumbing experience required.
• Strong troubleshooting/diagnostic skills; proficient with multi-meter
• Electrical Controls and PLC experience/troubleshooting (ability to program is desired)
• Hydraulic experience (Pump repair/rebuilding; servo valve repair, etc.) to include reading hydraulic schematics
• Extensive equipment maintenance including HVACR experience (troubleshooting and repair, with EPA 608 cert)
• Light fabrication skills/Mill and Lathe experience (making simple parts like brackets and spacers);
• Commercial plumbing repairs
• Industrial electrical experience (480V, 230V and 120V, running and bending conduit, proper wire sizing for required tasks, etc.)
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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