Tulsa company has an opening for 1 day and 1 night Maintenance II workers
Days: $16.14 per hour
Nights: $17.14 per hour
To maintain or repair equipment and facilities including mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic machinery to keep production running. Perform preventative maintenance. Assist Level III Maintenance when needed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Diagnose basic problems of inoperative equipment or faulty conditions.
Repair or recommend repair of equipment with faulty properties.
Read basic blueprints and equipment manuals.
Do metal fabrication.
Perform preventative maintenance as required.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITEIS:
Problem solving/decision making skills
Ability to Prioritize
Ability to work independently or in a team environment
Attention to detail and accuracy
Two (2) years general maintenance experience. Extensive experience preferred.
Basic verbal and written communication skills required
Understanding of basic shop mathematics to prepare/analyze figures
Understanding of basic processes of mechanics, hydraulics, pneumatics, construction, remodel, fabrication and electrical theory
Provide standard hand tools used in performance of job function
Be capable of building repair and maintenance including basic electrical service
Be capable of repair and maintenance of production equipment
Experience with forklifts, welders, various hand tools, meters, plasma, torch and grinders
Heavy physical effort such as lifting, bending, carrying, etc. may be required
Prolonged standing/walking/bending/twisting, crouching, crawling, balancing and squatting
Pushing/Pulling forces up to/over 40 pounds
Occasional sitting/keyboard work
Repetitive motion of finger, wrist, elbow, shoulder or neck movement
Occasional forceful hand grasp
Use of fingertips for pinching or retrieving small objects
Occasional awkward postures of neck, shoulder, wrist, elbow or fingers
Work in confined spaces or close quarters
Use of vibrating tools
Lifting or carrying up to 100 pounds
Lifting from floor to waist/waist to shoulder/shoulder to overhead
Reaching above/below shoulder level occasionally while holding objects
Climbing ladders/scaffolds/step stools/ramps/stairs/unguarded heights
Seeing to visually inspect, measure/assemble at close distance
Able to distinguish colors
Frequent use of motor vehicles, forklifts, power tools, slicing/cutting equipment, machinery and machinery that produces excessive heat.
WORK ENVIRONMENT/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
Exposure to dangerous machinery and high voltage
Exposure to extreme weather conditions
Extreme cold/heat for more than an hour
Occasional potential of physical harm
Occasional exposure to hazardous chemicals/fumes/gases/smoke/dust/wet and damp
Occasional exposure to extreme heights
Exposure to high noise level, dark environments with dim lighting and bright environments or lighting