Maintenance Mechanic - 2ND SHIFT in Wilmington, MA at Tecomet

Date Posted: 3/8/2018

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Job Description



The maintenance mechanic will perform periodic preventative maintenance tasks and diversified equipment repairs as directed and as required to support the continuous production activities of the divisions manufacturing departments.  Will also be responsible for appropriate documentation and logs.  Will handle emergency repairs and minimize downtime.  Will be responsible for carrying out  maintenance projects that will include electro/mechanical systems, HVAC, mechanical press repairs, compressors, precision equipment, waste reduction building and ground upkeep. 


•          Maintain logs for each machine included in the preventative maintenance program.

•          Fill-in appropriate notation to indicate timely completion of each task.

•          Replace any worn parts as required.

•          Change oils, filters, etc. as scheduled in the service log.

•          Enter in the service log all necessary data, such as elapsed time meter readings, lubrication, filter and belt replacements, etc.

•          Make routine adjustments to put the equipment back in operating condition.

•          Perform emergency repairs as required to keep equipment running.

•          Notify the shift supervisor of any dangerous, unsatisfactory or inoperative conditions affecting the equipment the shift might be using.

•          Make daily entries into the separate logbook to communicate any information that the other maintenance personnel should be aware of regarding any problems, unfinished repairs, special situations, etc.

•          Move materials as necessary in performance of duties.

•          Maintain work area, tools, and equipment in clean, safe, and orderly condition.

•          Follow established company rules and regulations, safety precautions and maintain quality standards.

•          Perform all kind of wiring on both power and light circuits as applied to industrial operation, low voltage to 480V 3 phase.

•          Familiar with the provisions of the current National Electrical Code, the State Code plus all local Electrical Ordinances applying to the plant.

•          Repair and troubleshoot a wide range of electrical equipment from simple electrically powered hand tools up to several hundred HP motors switchboards.

•          Estimate work and inform Manager in case outside help is needed.

•          Assist in electromechanical work.

•          Perform electronic work including diagnosing, troubleshooting and replacing circuit boards in electronic equipment.

•          Install troubleshoot and repair paging and alarm systems,

•          Perform other related duties as required or directed.


•          Work from verbal and /or written instructions. equipment.

•          Work with ordinary hand and power tools and lubrication equipment.

•          Work from drawings, prints specifications, layouts, work orders and verbal/written instructions from Facilities Superintendent.

•          Operate a wide variety of tools and measuring instruments including soldering ions amprobes, P.F. meters, digital volt meters, sound pressure meters, meggers, vac gauges, strip and circular chart recorders, oscilloscopes, ground fault detectors and other related equipment as required or directed.


•         High school diploma or equivalent.

•          Equivalent to 1 to 3 years applied trades training in a particular or specialized occupation.

•          Use of mathematics together with the use of complicated drawing, specifications, charts, tables, and various types of precision measure instruments.

•          Must hold valid Massachusetts Journeyman’s license.