Performs various tasks associated with the repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical systems.
Performs tasks associated with maintaining mechanical systems throughout the facility.
Works with and provides oversight to contractor personnel.
Maintains spare parts inventory.
Participates in formal and on-the job training programs to acquire/broaden both technical and non-technical job skills; participates in cross training activities.
Interacts with team members and Energis personnel on a regular basis to gather or communicate information, solve problems, etc.
Follows all safety procedures, checks for safety hazards, takes corrective action to eliminate safety hazards. Adheres to facility environmental policies and maintains a clean and orderly work area.
Assists with preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment. Services and lubricates equipment as required.
Suggests programs that reduce/contain costs and/or increase productivity. Takes independent action to resolve problems when appropriate.
Participates in team meetings.
Applies skills and performs work in other positions as assigned.
Works rotating shift schedule and weekends as assigned
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required; two years technical college in a related subject is desired.
2-4 years industrial experience required; 4-5 years industrial chemical experience or maintenance experience preferred.
Knowledge of overall fuels blending operations, or comparable heavy industrial environment, is preferred.
Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Demonstration of maintenance technical skills, such as troubleshooting air compressors, repairing bearings, repairing drives, installing equipment, lubrication, piping, rigging, welding/cutting, and fabrication is required.