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Senior Maintenance Mechanic
New Haven, CT
Work both independently and with the maintenance team to perform daily maintenance and preventative maintenance tasks on all facility equipment and systems.
Manage outside contractor maintenance and new equipment/system installation activities.
Assist in developing, monitoring, and controlling spare component inventories.
Assist in the implementation of TPM initiatives and follow all Corporate Environmental Health and Safety programs and initiatives.
Perform preventative maintenance and basic inspections, including, but not limited to, the following equipment and systems:
Facility auto-blasters and manual grit blast systems including duct work, system hoses, compressed air supply regulators/hoses, blast guns, system tables and mechanical motion systems.
Inspect and maintain facility dust collection systems, including photohelics/magnehelics, pulse solenoids, and cartridge inspection and replacement.
Perform furnace inspections on components such as fire eyes, argon panels, furnace cooling systems, and combustion air filters.
Perform Met Lab equipment inspections and PMs on components such as closed loop water systems, sample polishing, and cutting equipment.
Perform inspections on all roof heating, facility exhaust, and HVAC fan and filter systems.
Perform EHS inspections of GFCIs, Emergency lighting, Power cords/strips.
Perform daily inspections of facility part washing systems, air compressors, compressed air dryers, holding tanks, and evaporators.
Perform all routine electrical wiring and maintenance.
Assist in developing, monitoring, and documenting spare component inventories.
Assist in developing PM and equipment repair tool kits.
Perform PMs on Low Temp furnace doors and tracks.
Work with the maintenance team to develop work instructions for standard and non-standard maintenance activities. (B4s and JSAs).
Candidate must have the ability to monitor and document maintenance and PM actions in the maintenance database.
Responsibilities are not limited to the listed items above and can be changed or modified based on skill level, proficiency, and overall performance. The next level of performance at this level would include preparing and performing furnace surveys, monitoring and controlling thermal couple needs of the furnaces, and assisting in specified calibration support.