Maintenance Mechanic 2nd Shift

The Company
AMETEK, Inc. is a $4.7B global diversified manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. AMETEK is well positioned in highly competitive market segments, each with compelling growth characteristics. We expect continued business growth through the execution of our four key strategies: Operational Excellence, Strategic Acquisitions, New Products, and Global & Market Expansion. Supporting those strategies are 17,000 associates employed across 30 countries.
At AMETEK, we are committed to a corporate culture that values diversity and fosters a work environment that enables colleagues to develop meaningful and rewarding careers. We consider ourselves responsible corporate citizens and are committed to operating our facilities in an environmentally responsible manner. We also are sensitive to the needs of our communities, and, as a company, support programs that help those communities meet their health, education and social needs. AMETEK is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: AME) and a component of the S&P 500.
The AMETEK Specialty Metal Products (SMP) Division is a global leader in the development and production of an array of superior metal products. With more than 60+ years of business and technology expertise, the AMETEK Reading Alloys Plant manufactures world class aerospace grade master alloys, medical grade metal powders and similar advanced engineered metals.
Summary of Position
Responsible to inspect, maintain and repair all equipment, property and buildings associated with Company operations. Is accountable to deliver equipment, property and buildings that are fabricated, maintained and repaired 100% in compliance with applicable safety and operating standards. Responsible to maintain all documents, records and files to support Maintenance department activities.
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Inspect, repair and perform routine maintenance on all equipment, property and buildings associated with Company operations consistent with Maintenance Department Standard Operating Procedures (SOP?s) to support 100% safe operations and in compliance with Company quality standards and systems.
a. Complete assigned daily scheduled equipment, property and Company building inspections. Take all corrective action needed up to and including the restriction or removal of the equipment or property from daily operations.
b. Complete regularly scheduled preventive maintenance consistent with Maintenance Department SOP
2. Identify and correctly diagnose reported equipment, property and building problems. Complete all required repairs. Request assistance and consult others as needed. All repair and maintenance solutions must meet or exceed applicable Safety, Environmental and Quality requirements.
3. Maintain all equipment property and building inspection, repair and preventive maintenance schedules, logs, files and records. Work with Manufacturing Management/Supervision and other Company Managers to schedule/complete all maintenance and repairs with a minimum of disruption to daily operations.
4. Properly store and maintain all company issued tools and related equipment. Requisition required new tools and replacements for Manager approval.
5. Maintain a self-improvement program through the regular completion of course work, attendance at topical seminars and readings to continually develop the individual?s equipment, property and building maintenance skill set, knowledge and expertise.
The incumbent achieves objectives through the following:
Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor
Direct reports: None
Working Conditions
Work Environment: Indoors and outdoors.
Atmospheric Conditions: Indoors - Maintenance Shop environment.
Outdoors - Variety of weather conditions
Temperature Extremes:
When working Outdoors below 32 degrees and above 100 degrees
Materials, Tools and Equipment Used:
Common hand and power tools used in a vehicle and manufacturing maintenance environment. Welding (gas/stick/mig) and burning equipment. Common vehicle inspection, maintenance and manufacturing maintenance diagnostic equipment. personal computer and printer, telephone, copier and fax machine. Required safety equipment includes hardhat, steel toe boots, industrial safety glasses, hearing protection, work gloves and respirator.

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