Lead Maintenance Mechanic to oversee and be responsible for timely routine, preventative, and
catastrophic maintenance of facilities, and all heat-treating related processing equipment & furnaces.
Diagnoses machinery components and determines when adjustments or repairs are required. Broad
skills required in mechanical and electro mechanical systems. Perform necessary troubleshooting and
repair to both electronic and mechanical systems. Equipment including but not limited to: Induction,
endothermic, batch tempers, quench tanks, heat exchangers, cooling towers, pumps, motors, fans,
conveyors, pneumatic and hydraulic systems. The person could be responsible for the design,
fabrication, and or repair and modification of custom induction coils, tooling and mandrels. Opportunity
for increasing level of responsibility with experience. This position requires continuous work near heat,
noise, gas, and chemicals. The position requires frequent lifting, climbing, standing, walking, crouching,
squatting, bending and kneeling. The position may require weekend and/or holiday work. This is a non-
exempt hourly day shift position.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Other duties may be assigned.
• Supervise maintenance department and maintenance department personnel.
• Work independently under limited supervision (self-management).
• Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair processing equipment with the least amount of impact to
• Perform preventative maintenance on production equipment.
• Design, fabrication, repair and or modification of induction coils, tooling, mandrels etc.
• Facilitate, administer and maintain the company’s documented preventative maintenance
program, including timely reporting of statuses and results.
• Communicate with outside vendors to source components and parts.
• Interface with other department employees and managers
• Maintain an on-call status per company policy, as required is critical.
• Maintain clean, well-organized and safe workspaces.
• Follow all company safety guidelines.
• Always use and promote Lockout/tag out procedures.
• Learn general working knowledge of equipment operations
• Participate in company sponsored training programs.