Location: Gibsonton, Florida
Duration: 8 Months
TIC-The Industrial Company is Currently Seeking Mechanic Journeyman
Position Summary: Plan, lay-out, install, test and repair all types of construction equipment in accordance with all applicable plans, specifications, codes and industry standards. Assure that all construction equipment works efficiently, safely and is in compliance with the TIC Preventative Maintenance Program. Work in other crafts at levels appropriate to training and skill as requested by project supervision.
1. Use effective verbal and written communication skills. Add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions rapidly and accurately.
2. Plan, diagram and lay-out for mechanic’s work.
3. Read and understand plans and specifications, which includes the Operator's Manuals for equipment repair. Visualize two dimensional drawings in three dimensions.
4. With regard to that portion of the work assigned, develop complete understanding of contract plans and specifications and plan, lay-out, install and/or repair all systems in accordance with those plans and specifications.
5. Examine/inspect field conditions and identify problems, inaccuracies, and cost saving measures that arise or that may be encountered with regard to construction equipment. Take corrective actions as needed.
6. Inspect subordinate's work for compliance with the contract plans and specifications, point out deficiencies and explain and take any corrective action needed.
7. Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
8. Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
9. Observe functioning of operating equipment or systems to determine hazards and need for adjustments, repair or replacement.
10. Lift and carry heavy items weighing up to 50 pounds or more.
11. Move in around and under confined and cluttered places, and uneven areas. Full range of motion and flexibility.
12. Work up to a 12 hour shift doing hard physical labor in varying temperature extremes and other outside conditions.
13. Climb and maintain balance on steel framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds.
14. Use appropriate hand (i.e. screwdriver, drill) and power tools (i.e. air drill, impact wrench) to repair, replace or perform maintenance on equipment; receive equipment assigned to the job and document the condition; set this equipment up on a regular service and inspection schedules; organize a library of reference material, equipment files, and backlog schedules; evaluate a timetable to assure certifications such as for cranes and commercial vehicles; assist equipment operators in effectively using the Daily Walkaround Report; assist the project with the generation of an accurate Equipment Locator; assure TIC safety policies concerning equipment operation; assure the efficient, clean and safe fueling and oiling of equipment; assure that equipment leaving the job is Job-ready for the next assignment; document with the Off-Hire Report.
15. Identify safety hazards you or other employees may be subject to and take all necessary corrective action to eliminate or minimize hazards.
16. Understand and respond appropriately to all safety hazards and warning devices (i.e. back-up alarms, smell of smoke, different colored warning tags, warning sirens).
17. Understand and implement Red Tag procedures relating to equipment in a safe manner.
18. Produce quality work, meeting requirements of plans, specifications and industry standards.
19. Be motivated and work productively.
20. Perform all other job specific duties as requested by supervisor.
21. Perform all other actions necessary to accomplish the foregoing essential job functions.
22. Coordinate work with other crafts and co-workers on the job.
Job Requirements and Qualifications:
Education, Experience or Formal Training:
• High school degree or G.E.D with Vocational training is preferred.
• Must have a working knowledge of construction equipment maintenance including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, emissions, diesel, gasoline and record keeping systems.
• Work in other crafts at levels appropriate to training and skill as requested by project supervision.
• In addition, must have all necessary tools (see Mechanic tool list).
• Ability to work in conditions common to a construction site including but not limited to rain, sleet, snow, dust, mud, heat, sun, cold, noise.
• Ability to work irregular hours, weekends, and holidays.
• Ability to work up to a 12-hour shift.
• Ability to lift a maximum of 50 pounds.
• Climb and maintain balance on formwork, steel framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds.
• Move in and around confined and cluttered places, and uneven areas. Possess full range of motion and flexibility.
• The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Skills Required for a Mechanic
• Use appropriate hand and power tools to repair, replace, and maintain equipment.
• Must have working knowledge of how equipment operates.
• Must be able to repair, replace and perform maintenance on equipment.
• Must be able to receive and document the condition of equipment.
• Must be able to organize a library of reference material, equipment files and backlog schedules.
• Must be able to set up service and inspection schedules.
• Must be able to evaluate a timetable to assure certifications remain current.
• Must be able to assist equipment operators.
• Must be able to generate accurate equipment locator logs.
• Insure clean and safe fueling and oiling of equipment.
• Assure that equipment leaving the jobsite is job-ready for the next job.