The Mechanical Engineer supports the area Mechanical Supervisor and/or Equipment Manager through troubleshooting equipment malfunctions, monitoring equipment performance, and providing equipment use, care, and cost data.
Including but not limited to:
Assisting mechanical supervisor, mechanics, electricians, and technicians with troubleshooting equipment malfunctions in order to improve safety, minimize downtime, improve equipment operating efficiency, and maximize production.
Ensuring that the equipment is available when needed and functioning as designed.
Tracking and scheduling of preventative maintenance, inspections, and licensure of equipment.
Evaluating predictive maintenance indicators including oil sample reports, thermal history, vibration analysis, and/or etc.
Tracking and reporting of equipment utilization.
Tracking and reporting fuel consumption.
Maintaining the equipment inventory.
Assisting in the documentation of machine repairs and analyzing historical machine records.
Managing the electronic equipment history.
Working with vendors to assure parts and services are available when needed.
Working with AP to ensure proper distribution of invoices.
Supervision of shifts as needed.
And other duties as assigned.
B. S. Degree in Mechanical, Civil, or Electrical Engineering.
Prior experience in plants, fleet, and/or heavy equipment repairs and/or management of plants, fleet, and/or heavy equipment repairs is highly desired.
Flexibility with working hours, including a willingness to work extended hours, weekends, or nightshift as needed for extended periods of time.
Capable of learning and working with GPS tracking systems.
Computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access).