Mechanic - Processing/Facilities (PCK336-42582) Florence, Kentucky

Operate as team members of the plant facilities and processing groups, responsible for all building, utility, site systems, as well as the tanks, pumps, valves, and associated electrical systems and equipment in processing. The mechanic should fully support and embrace safety and quality initiatives of our plant.

·Monitor and maintain plant utility supplies of reverse osmosis water, low pressure steam, compressed air, and chilled water.
·Perform water chemical testing for boilers, RO water, and chillers while maintaining accurate records.
·Troubleshoot plant electrical control, lighting, plumbing, and HVAC systems.
·Monitor and maintain the plant fire sprinkler system, including fire pump, various system instruments and controls, and the alarm monitoring panel.
·Troubleshoot and repair valves, pumps, seals, and instrumentation, following correct LOTO and equipment isolation.
·Perform confined space entry for tank equipment rebuilds.
·Perform routine calibrations of instrumentation.
·Read and utilize ladder logic programs, process flow diagrams, piping and instrumentation diagrams, and general blueprints.
·Maintain and install plant piping systems.
·Perform soldering and cutting operations.
·Perform preventative maintenance on plant utilities and processing equipment.
·The mechanic should work proactively on improvement teams to improve systems using balanced scorecard and to implement permanent solutions for corrective maintenance. Work well with other mechanics to actively share and implement improvement ideas.

2 years of college or trade school education, or an associate degree
In maintenance or electrical technology, and/or 3-5 years’ experience
In electrical and mechanical troubleshooting (education plus
experience, including military technical training)

·Able to understand PFD’s, P & ID’s, and electrical schematics.
·Detailed knowledge of proper wiring procedures, circuit diagrams and experience with single and three phase power systems as well as 24 Volt DC.
·Detailed knowledge of troubleshooting PLC based control systems.
·Knowledge of HVAC systems, pumps and seals, building protection, valves, and facility maintenance desirable.
·Previous experience with RSBatch, RSLogix, Ethernet communication, system controls and instrumentation, PLCs, and VFDs a definite plus.

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