Maintenance Tech 2nd Shift: Spincraft MA (North Billerica)
Full Job Description
Spincraft is a metal spinning company based in Billerica, MA. We are looking for a person that is motivated and is looking to join our team as a maintenance technician. We are a Union shop that provides many benefits, that aren't seen that often in the metal working industry. This position is for a second shift maintenance person, but will be trained on First shift until they are ready to be moved to second shift. Below is a copy of the Maintenance Person Tasks and requirements:
Job Title: Maintenance
Description of Tasks
- Have comprehensive knowledge of maintenance operations and be able to use the tools of the job in performance of work assigned.
- Ensures operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements on engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, and production machines; following diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, manufacturer's instructions, and engineering specifications; troubleshooting malfunctions.
- Knowledge of industrial air, water and hydraulic systems.
- Follow daily, weekly or monthly maintenance schedules performing work as directed.
- Perform such work as painting, cleaning, building and grounds maintenance, etc. as directed and keep company tools and personal tool in good order.
- Able to diagnose troubles and perform diversified mechanical repairs to all machinery and plant equipment, including tear down and replacement of defective parts, re-assembling and readjustments, etc.
- Perform such operations as needed in connection with block tapping, simple blacksmithing, forging, welding of special tools and rollers (within limits of plant facilities), plumbing and electrical work within limits allowed by city ordinance and safety requirements.
- Able to assist in overhauls and repairs to all machines, building and other equipment.
- Assume responsibility to shut down machines to prevent serious damage; report all such instances to supervisor and assist in solving problem involved and perform proper/Tagout procedures.
- Work from standard shop layouts and drawings and use all basic measuring instruments including rules, tapes, square, templates, fixtures and gauges etc. The worker must be able to devise own simple lay out and elementary fixtures when necessary to do so.
- Be neat and orderly around work area and exercise proper care for welding equipment.
- Perform other duties as required in order to complete other tasks.
PROTECTIVE DEVICES/CLOTHING REQUIRED
Safety shoes, safety glasses, hard hat, hearing protection during grinding, respirators as required with special material, face shields, gloves, long sleeve clothing as protection against ultra violet light of welding
High School diploma or G.E.D along with trade school and some type of experience in heli arc, stick, gas metal arc welding as related in job description. Ability to read and write English.
Normal work day as designated by shift.
Toxic Fumes with exotic metals- (respirators required)
Ultraviolet lights from welding (face shields required)
- Welding equipment
- Welding Stingers
- Plate Shear
- Hand Clamps
- Sledge Hammer
- Hand Tools
STANDING 100 %
- CLIMBING OCCASIONALLY When climbing into hemispheres
- BENDING FREQUENTLY When completing welding, sawing, and. grinding of metal parts. Work completed at a workbench height of 36”. A 45-degree forward flex position. May hold static position X 10 minutes. May use stool if for long periods of time.
- STOOPING FREQUENTLY When completing welding, sawing, and. grinding of metal parts. Work completed at a workbench height of 36”. A 45-degree forward flex position. May hold static position X 10 minutes. May use stool if for long periods of time.
- KNEELING OCCASIONALLY When performing fabrication or welder Tasks.
- CRAWLING OCCASIONALLY When performing fabrication or welding tasks
- LIFTING OCCASIONALLY 10-25 lbs. when attaching chains to
crane for lifting pieces of metal or when
using a sledge hammer. 25-50 lbs. when
using guide tools 75-100 lbs. when
lifting portable drill
FREQUENTLY 0-10 lbs. when using grinders
HEAVIEST The heaviest weight lifted while
standing is a portable drill weighing 92
lbs.. Object is lifted with a handle at a
height of 21” to 1 foot off ground
- CARRYING OCCASIONALLY 10-25 lbs. when attaching chains to crane for lifting pieces of metal. 25-50lbs. When attaching plate clamps. 75- 100 lbs. when carrying portable drill.
FREQUENTLY 0-10 lbs. when carrying hand tools and
metal parts. 50-75 lbs. when carrying
lugs from workbench to 36” platform
HEAVIEST The heaviest weight carried is a portable
drill weighing 92 lbs.. Object is carries a distance of 10-15 ft. occasionally during the work shift.
- PUSHING OCCASIONALLY 0-300 lbs. when transporting tank on a 2
wheeler for a distance of 100 ft. over
uneven surface. 300-500 lbs. when
pushing 2-wheeler welding tanks for a
distance of 100 ft. over uneven surface.
500-700 lbs. when pushing a 4 wheeler
for a distance of 100-500 ft. over uneven
- PULLING OCCASIONALLY When pulling chain on ground to attach to crane.
- REACHING OCCASIONALLY When reaching overhead to attach crane hook.
- HANDLING OCCASIONALLY When working with hand tools and attaching welding clamps
- GRIPPING OCCASIONALLY When working with hand tools and attaching welding clamps
- FINGERING OCCASIONALLY Fingering to feed wired, grind electrodes and use measuring instruments
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $23.64 per hour
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Employee discount
- Flexible spending account
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision insurance
- 8 hour shift