$25.98-$37.04 Hourly / $4,503.20-$6,420.27 Monthly / $54,038.40-$77,043.20 Yearly
This is skilled technical work involving mechanical maintenance and repair activities for a Waste to Energy facility. Bargaining unit position.
Considerable knowledge of: construction, operating principles and common failures of industrial mechanical equipment and the ability to recognize and diagnose the faulty operation of equipment from charts, graphs and visual inspection.
Working knowledge of: power plant processes and the interrelationships of various equipment and machinery, including the effect failure of a piece of equipment would have on the remainder of the system; occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions required in the operation and repair of waste to energy plant equipment; industrial mechanical equipment, including hydraulic/pneumatic systems, pumps, motors, conveyers, boilers, and TIG/MIG welding procedures.
Ability to: identify and correct the root cause of mechanical malfunctions and identify failure indicators when present on equipment; read and interpret power plant piping and instrumentation diagrams, hydraulic/pneumatic schematics, piping material specification sheets, welding blueprints, and other reference materials; identify ASTM and SAE fastener grade markings, thread standards, torque requirements, and washer requirements for the specific task at hand; establish and maintain effective working relationships
assume a lead capacity and oversee other employees; locate, define, repair or modify defects in various mechanical equipment; interpret and work from equipment technical sketches and blueprints; establish and maintain.
Skill in: mechanical work including pipe fitting, welding, rigging, machinist and steel fabrication; use of a variety of hand tools and portable power tools used in routine maintenance and mechanical repair work.