E.P.G. Mechanic/Specialist

Uses Failure Analysis &Troubleshooting to repair & make critical system adjustments to electrical power generation equipment. Uses blueprints, manufacturer specifications, hand tools & test instruments and works with limited supervision.

Responsibilities

  • Provide Task Coverage During Co-worker's Vacation, Training or Sick Leave, as Requested.
  • Submit Accurate Time Records related to Work Performed and/or Hours Worked.
  • Document Services Performed (i.e Service Reports, Photos, etc.).
  • Evaluate & Maintain Inventory for Field Service Vehicle.
  • Evaluate & Troubleshoot Customer and Company Equipment for Repairs.
  • Maintain Fleet Vehicle and DOT Log Book(s).
  • Notify Customer of Status, Availability or Urgent Concerns Promptly (Personally or by Supervisor).
  • Perform Repairs or Maintenance to Customer or Company Equipment in a timely manner.
  • Research & Order Parts for Customer or Company Equipment.
  • Test After Repairs to Determine that the Problem has been Corrected.

Qualifications

  • 1-2 Years Prior Experience Preferred
  • Accepts responsibility for mistakes or problems. Maintains "ownership" of assigned tasks. Respects company assets.
  • Arrives on time, fully ready to work.
  • Works independent of supervision on assigned tasks. Moves between projects as scheduling requires.
  • Must be available to work at any assigned location, including overtime, evenings or weekends (including overnight travel) if needed. Displays flexibility, handles changes to assigned tasks with ease.
  • Completes reports, documentation, and other paperwork accurately and on time. Performs tasks with highest level of quality.
  • Constantly maintains an awareness of hazards inherent to work.
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