• Journeyman Millwright Mechanic

    Location US-OH-Cleveland
    Posted Date 2 months ago(10/18/2019 9:11 AM)
    Job ID
    2019-2074
    # Positions
    1
    Experience (Years)
    5
    Category
    Technical - Mechanical
    Type of Position
    Regular Full-Time
    Level
    Experienced (Non-Manager)
    Visa Requirements
    Citizen only
  • Overview

    The Test Facilities Operation, Maintenance and Engineering (TFOME) team at the NASA Glenn Research Center provides engineering and technical services in the aeronautics, space power and propulsion test facilities. We are currently looking for an experienced journeyman level Millwright Mechanic with an emphasis on crane maintenance and repair.  The Journeyman Millwright Mechanic will provide ongoing and routine preventative maintenance on a wide variety of cranes, lifting devices, hoists, man-lifts, and associated under the hook equipment. Familiar with inspection, certification, maintenance, and load testing of cranes, lifting devices, and hoisting equipment with minimal supervision. Must be able to use computer based programs to document work assignments and results. Work is reviewed for technical adequacy (or conformity with work instructions).

    Responsibilities

     

    FUNCTION OF POSITION:  Provide preventative maintenance, inspections, and servicing of cranes and lifting devices to required specifications and industry standards.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Examine cranes and lifting devices to maintain, diagnose or troubleshoot source of trouble.

     

    • Servicing, repairing, adjusting, and load testing cranes and lifting devices and equipment that operate primarily on the basis of mechanical and or electro-mechanical principles.

     

    • Provide ongoing and routine preventative maintenance on a wide variety of cranes, lifting devices, hoists, man-lifts, and associated under the hook equipment.

     

    • Highly capable of inspecting cranes and lifting device equipment to diagnose source of trouble and make repairs.

     

    • Able to effectively operate, inspect, certify, troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and load test a wide variety of facility and mobile cranes, as well as associated hoisting equipment that meets lifting standards set by NASA, ASME, ANSI, and CMAA requirements.

     

    • Able to provide written specifications when required for major repairs. Document work assignments and maintenance activities such as PM’s and load testing within computer based work management systems

     

    • Reassemble lifting devices to make all necessary adjustments within factory specifications and safe operation.

     

    • Find suitable O.E.M. or aftermarket replacement parts suitable to meet factory specifications as required.

     

    • Operation of large mechanical tools such as an overhead cranes, tow motor, man lifts, and hand tools of the trade.

     

    Qualifications

    1. Journeyman certificate in Machinery Repair or Millwright, or an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Engineering Technology, or documented work experience in a similar work environment with Trade School provisional training. A minimum of five years related technical experience.

     

    1. Working knowledge OSHA requirements relating to lifting devices and equipment.

     

    1. Familiarity with basic electrical codes and knowledge of proper use of the NEC handbook, and NFPA 70E standards.

     

    1. Familiar with inspection, certification, maintenance, and load testing of cranes, lifting devices, and hoisting equipment with minimal supervision.

     

    1. Must be able to use computer based programs to document work assignments and results. Work is reviewed for technical adequacy (or conformity with work instructions).

     

    1. Must be self-motivated and a "Team Player" with good interpersonal and communication skills.

     

    1. Must be able to organize time and assignments to properly prioritize efforts for maximum effectiveness.

     

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