The Mechanic Engineer is a working engineer responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the company’s equipment, building and grounds in a manner that minimizes interruptions in general operations and assures employee safety. The Mechanic Engineer implements and/or executes programs to extend equipment life and reliability through preventative maintenance (PM)
The Mechanic Engineer assists in maintaining the engine room and refrigeration equipment and the performance of necessary preventative maintenance to all pertinent refrigeration equipment. This position assists in performing repairs on the refrigeration system, including but not limited to evaporators, condensers, pumps and the glycol system.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintenance: Performs PM
Building: Maintains building needs
Administrative: Creates and or implements PM programs and assists with Process Safety Management (PSM) program.
Safety, Sanitation and Security: Promotes equipment safety and develops/executes programs to respond to unexpected or emergency situations. Also enforces established safety, health, and housekeeping policies and procedures in order to minimize staff injuries, lost production time, damage and/or contamination of product.
Licenses or Certificates:
• Have a valid driver’s license
• Willingness to attend ammonia training and obtain certifications within 1-3 years of employment
Experience or Training:
• Prior Ammonia and PSM experience is a plus, though not required
Mandatory Job Requirements:
• Capable of learning how to repair any type of equipment in facility
• Safety, sanitation, and security is a primary job function
• Excellent mechanical skills
• Basic understanding of electricity