Flowserve Corporation Maintenance Technician (2nd shift) in Lynchburg, Virginia
Flowserve is the recognized world leader in supplying pumps, valves, seals, automation, and services to the power, oil, gas, chemical, and other industries. With more than 18,000 employees in more than 55 countries, we combine our global reach with a local presence.
Understand role responsibilities and support manufacturing and facility operations through the competent execution of skilled maintenance activities.
Maintain a safe, clean, and organized work environment.
Complete all work in a safe, timely manner. Properly document and submit all work orders and reports.
Complete all assigned safety training on time and follow all safety policies and procedures. Wear required PPE including proper level of arc flash gear when performing energized electrical work.
Proficiently diagnose and repair mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic or other problems in a safe, professional manner. According to job demands, safely and skillfully dismantle and reassemble equipment using hand and power tools; hoists, chain falls, cranes, etc.
Perform corrective and preventive maintenance tasks on equipment.
Safely operate powered industrial equipment such as fork lifts, scissor lifts or articulating boom lifts.
Set up, rig, install, dismantle, remove or relocate heavy equipment.
Size electrical circuits and equipment feeders, run conduit and pull wire.
Work with and supervise outside contractors ensuring safety and scope of work compliance.
Perform routine facility or physical plant repairs as required.
Maintain or anticipate critical spare parts inventory by informing supervisor of needed supplies.
Maintain continuity across shifts and departments through communication and documentation.
Maintain technical knowledge by reviewing technical publications, on-line material or attending seminars and classes.
Electro-mechanics; hydraulics, pneumatics, motors, 480VAC/3-phase systems, gears, chains, pumps, seals, belts, bearings, lubricants, rigging, basic machine shop equipment and functions.
Electrical theory and application.
Basic understanding of computers, electronics, PLCs and CNC controllers, VFDs.
National Electrical Code.
NFPA 70E Arc Flash.
Read and interpret blueprints, assembly/mechanical drawings, wiring diagrams, ladder logic, P&IDs, specifications, etc.
Use of diagnostic test equipment such as digital and analog meters.
Use of rulers, calipers, micrometers, and other measuring instruments.
Safety: Must have a safety first mindset. Follows all safety policies and procedures, and maintains a safe, organized work environment at all times. Immediately reports all safety observations, near-misses or other potential safety hazards.
Attendance and Dependability: Must be dependable and report to work on time as scheduled. Should be willing to work scheduled as well as unscheduled overtime or weekends to correct breakdowns; complete projects; respond to emergencies or weather events as needed to support the business.
Character: Engaged, self-motivated team player who takes pride in quality and accomplishment. Must exhibit ethical behavior, integrity and respect for others. Should have a conscientious, can-do attitude and be relied upon to complete all work on time under minimal supervision.
Conduct: Represents oneself as well as the Department in a mature, professional manner. Maintains constructive, positive relationships with personnel at all levels of the organization.
Communication: Effectively communicates both verbally and in writing to keep supervisor, team members or other departments informed of problems, repair status or other issues.
Corporate: Understands and supports organizational mission, goals and objectives.
High School diploma or GED.
Graduate from an approved electrical/mechanical apprenticeship or other accredited vocational or applied science degree program.
Five-plus years of progressive electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and repair experience in an industrial manufacturing environment.
Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Good basic math, computer, reasoning, troubleshooting and decision-making skills.
Able to perform the physical requirements of the job. This includes physical exertion, standing, lifting, pushing, pulling, squatting, bending, kneeling, climbing, working at heights, and working in awkward positions or tight areas; bend, stoop, reach, manipulate tools, etc. as required in the performance of maintenance and repair work.
Able to lift up to 50-pounds without mechanical assistance.
Work outdoors under all types of weather conditions.
Able to work in an un-air conditioned plant during the summer.
Able to shovel snow and spread surface treatment chemicals during snow events.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only or exclusive duties to be performed
the employee occupying the position. Employees may be required to
perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or dictated by business
- Virginia DPOR Master or Journeyman electrical license or willingness and ability to obtain.
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Maintenance Technician (2nd shift)
Primary Posting Location:
Lynchburg, Virginia US
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