|Department:||Field - Mechanical|
|Contact Name:||Larry Miller|
|Date Posted:||Feb 21, 2023|
SCOPE OF WORK:
A Millwright/Welder is an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic who installs, dismantles, repairs, reassembles, and moves equipment. Works under the guidance of a Foreman or Superintendent, and may oversee and direct the work of a crew of 1 to 5 helpers or apprentices in installations, alterations, additions, and/or repair of Blowers, Pumps, Electric Motors, Conveyor systems, Engine Driven Equipment and associated materials and equipment on any type project.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must perform all duties with a Safety first attitude and direct others towards a Safe work environment.
Interprets blueprints, layout drawings or plans, and other drawings that are common to the industrial sector.
Lays out work and preps materials for installation.
Does rigging and job set ups for all tasks performed or supervised.
Performs fabrication and welding of support structures or plates to accommodate the installation of any equipment.
Determines drill and threading sizes to secure equipment as necessary.
Install equipment while taking into consideration the effects of pipe stress from flanges that could be applied to installed equipment .
Installs couplings, gears, sheaves, belts, and drive chains.
Performs precise alignment of all coupling devices.
Installs and connects lubrication systems, seal flush systems, and prepares sensing devices for the Electrical group.
Troubleshoots and resolves problems in lubrication systems, seal flush systems, failed bearings due to misalignments, and other similar types of systems or equipment.
Operates any hand tools and equipment necessary to perform all associated tasks.
Understands and instructs assigned helpers in the safe operation of tools, use of equipment, fabrication and welding skills and rigging of equipment.
Performs other project related duties and assignments as instructed by supervisor.
Meets attendance standards and complies with late/absence notification procedures.
Requires basic mechanical aptitude, mathematical and English language skills. Must understand theories of stress related failures due to misaligned equipment. Must be able to work occasional overtime as required.
Education: High School Graduate, GED or equivalent.
Experience Must have passed experience with alignments, precision tools, rigging, fabrication ,and welding.