ATSS has a client in Mobile, AL looking for a Maintenance Mechanic.
A Maintenance Mechanic will perform a variety of activities designed to service, repair and maintain pieces of heavy equipment and all facilities including offices, bathrooms, and specific items on vessels.
The above description is general in nature. A Maintenance Mechanic may be required to perform other related duties not specifically described herein.
Essential job duties include:
As a Mechanic, you will perform maintenance and repair activities on various pieces of heavy equipment and general facilities maintenance including but not limited to heavy-duty truck and semi-tractors, excavators, skidders, high pressure pumps, 25 ton and smaller bulldozers, cranes, crawler tractors and trailers, backhoes, trailer, man lifts, HVAC, toilets, light fixtures.
Diagnoses, services and repairs of various systems that are found on pieces of heavy equipment such as mechanical air brake systems, transmissions, propane powered equipment, and pneumatic systems.
Diagnoses, services and repairs of various systems located throughout Alabama Shipyard.
Troubleshooting malfunctions in the equipment, repair and service.
Repairs and services will also be required on track drive sprockets, rails, idler wheels, hard bars, track adjusters, hydraulic reverses, final drivers, brake bands, steering clutches and hydrostatic transmissions.
Routine maintenance checks and adjustments on heavy equipment and all shipyard facilities.
Routine changing of filters, oil and lubricates.
Must be able to diagnoses problems, disassemble units, repairs or replace parts and reassemble units’ systems such as: brakes, cooling, drive, electrical, exhaust and emissions control, heating and air conditioning, hydraulic, air, steering and suspension system and coupling devices.
Overhauls of engines replace engines and rebuild components.
Required services logs and records of maintenance to be logged.
HSEQ Roles and Responsibilities include the following:
Comply with all relevant statutory, legal, industry, and client HSEQ regulations including the international standards of ISO 9001:2015
Utilize effective tools and software to manage the company’s HSEQ initiatives (EHS Insight)
Hold leaders accountable for HSEQ performance
Communicate to the workforce the standards for working safe
Define clear & concise quality objectives throughout the organization
Develop the required training to ensure the workforce is equipped for success
Collaborate between company employees, contractors, and clients to assess and control the risks associated with planned and ongoing work
Maintain an objective measurement system for ongoing evaluation to assess HSEQ performance and our processes to constantly improve and establish best practices
2.0 EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Equivalent combinations of educations and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as stated above.
There are Helpers, second class, first class and specialist. An individual can move up in class by their amount of experience or quality of work produced.
3.0 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily demonstrate the following:
Knowledge of the standard practices and safety issues of materials, tools, and equipment used in the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles and engines.
Knowledge of body and frame constructions, skill in the use of a variety of hand tools, mechanized tools, jacks, and hoists.
Use of diagnostic testing and tuning equipment to diagnose mechanical, electrical and hydraulic malfunctions.
Ability to read manuals and schematics.
Must be able to communicate with other mechanics about repair work required.
4.0 PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those which must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Vigorous, strenuous work with lifting demanded.
A physical examination and a drug test is required prior to final approval for employment.
The Authority will be responsible for payment of physical exam and drug test.
5.0 WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounter while performing the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is:
Works in all types of conditions and weather.
May be working in heated and unheated buildings or outdoors in winter and summer.