Barnes Aerospace has an exciting and challenging career opportunity for a 2nd shift Maintenance Mechanic in its West Chester division. We are seeking an experienced and accomplished professional to play an integral role in executing our business goals and objectives for profitable, sustainable growth. He or she should have a proactive style and approach, the ability to lead by example, work in collaborative teams, in alignment with our corporate values. If you are a high-energy, motivated individual who thrives in a fast-paced environment, please submit your name and credentials for further consideration. This role reports to the site Facilities Manager.
- Five (5) years experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably in Aerospace.
- Apprenticeship or Associates Degree preferred or certificate of training to demonstrate qualifications.
- In depth knowledge and ability to read and understand blueprints, electrical, machining, hydraulics, building maintenance.
- Previous experience with welding fabrication and hydraulic systems preferred.
- Ability to operate a Drill Press, Power/Hand Tools, Measuring Equipment and Test Equipment such as a volt meter.
- Ability to pay exceptional attention to detail, safe work practices and have the capacity to handle multiple tasks effectively under deadline pressures while following direction and completing assignments safely, accurately and on time.
- Basic computer skills and PLC knowledge.
- Ability to interpret drawings, schematics and manuals.
- Interact and communicate in a professional and effective manner with all levels of personnel.
- Schedule and organize time and tasks effectively
- Ability to work in a challenging and schedule driven environment
Duties and Responsibilities
- Repair and maintain all facility machinery and mechanical equipment through preventative maintenance with strict adherence to lockout/tagout, working at heights and other safety protocols.
- Work with outside vendors and contractors to initiate and implement equipment and facility repair on an as needed basis.
- Sets up and operates a lathe, drill press, grinder and other tools while utilizing analytical reasoning, problem solving skills to examine the form and texture of parts to repair and/or detect imperfections.
- Inspects, observes and examines mechanical devices and hazardous/compressed gas systems in operation to determine root cause of problem and if necessary, safely dismantles or adjust devices to repair to specifications.
- Provides recommendations or modifications to processes and procedures and trains lower level maintenance mechanics in order to increase machine efficiency & up time.
- Prioritize daily activities to ensure completion of responsibilities and to keep the facility running safely.
- Adheres to required safety standards and procedures, with special emphasis on safety protocols for high hazard gases, chemical lines and other special processes.
- Maintains all repair records for lift trucks and company vehicles.
- Perform preventative maintenance on the facility and equipment inside and outside of the facility.
- Learn and adhere to required environmental standards and procedures; reports non-conformances immediately and assists with response, incident investigation, root cause analysis and corrective actions.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
• AS degree in a technical field (engineering, maintenance) or equivalent experience.
This position is a safety sensitive position. Applicant must comply with all applicable FAA and DOT drug and alcohol testing rules.
To be considered for the above position, please visit our website www.BGInc.com, click on careers, search for the job posting in which you are interested and submit your resume online.
At Barnes Group Inc., career development is a shared responsibility in which all employees are encouraged to develop, improve, and enhance their skills and professional growth to support our business objectives.Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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