Jenkins is looking for an experienced Electric Motor Mechanic to join our fast-growing team. Mechanics are responsible for disassembly and inspection of AC and DC motors. Mechanics maintains associated facility, workspace, tools, and machinery.
- Dismantle, clean, and inspect AC and DC motors
- Perform megger, surge, hi-pot, and growler testing
- Willing to work overtime and travel as needed
- Complete assigned projects within a reasonably expectable range of hours, while maintaining a high level of workmanship
- Provide timely feedback to department manager regarding schedule delays and workload issues
- Perform regular maintenance on the associated facility equipment, tools, and machinery
- Maintain and secure work tools. Return shared tools to their proper location after use
- Notify department foreman of equipment, tooling, and material needs in a timely fashion
- Maintain a clean and well-organized work area
- Willing to perform other tasks (not listed above) as assigned by the Foremen.
- An attitude of “that’s not my job” conflicts with our goal of serving our customers in a timely manner, and will not be tolerated
- Share knowledge with co-workers that will help them complete their projects efficiently and accurately
- Maintain a professional and courteous relationship with co-workers
- Maintain a record of consistent attendance, stay on task during work hours, and be willing to work overtime when asked by the department foreman. (Attendance Expectation: M-F 8am – 4:30pm)
- Provide feedback to company management on areas where improvements can be made
- Represent the company favorably in interactions with customers and vendors
- Perform all activities using proper safety equipment and procedures. Provide feedback to company management regarding unsafe equipment and procedures as appropriate
- Basic reading, writing, and some advanced measurement and arithmetic skills
- Ability to use the following tools: electrical test tools, test panel, drill press, hoist, and forklift
- Ability to read and interpret wiring schematics/diagrams/data sheets
- Physical coordination required for forming coils and operating computer controls on equipment
- Ability to lift 30 pounds
THOSE DEDICATED TO DOING THINGS RIGHT NEED APPLY.
At Jenkins, our people are what power us. So, we want to ensure that every employee is empowered to learn, grow, and put their skills to good use. It’s why we invest in continuing education for those on the Jenkins team who are interested and encourage engineers and technicians to work together to create new solutions.
We have a saying at Jenkins: “Proud of our history. Dedicated to our work. Committed to our people.” We believe in it wholeheartedly, which is why you’ll find it throughout our company—on our building, business cards and service trucks. To us, they’re not just words, they’re how we operate. It explains why we have first-and second-generation employees working side by side, why you’ll find those who have “retired” still on our shop floor, and why when customers and competitors alike have an electromechanical problem, they Call Jenkins.
Working conditions are typical for a manufacturing environment. Work involves frequent lifting of materials up to 50 lbs. Machinery and tool operation requires the use of safety equipment including, but not limited to; safety glasses, steel-toed shoes, and ear protection. Loose-fitting clothing and jewelry are not permitted.
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Jenkins is an equal opportunity employer.