Machine Repair Mechanic A

Company: 
Boeing Company
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Everett
State: 
Washington
Country: 
USA

Everett,Washington,United States
89509
Machine Repair Mechanics do the following: Repair critical equipment, perform preventive and predictive maintenance, and complete projects such as mechanical hardware upgrades. Communicate accurately, concisely, and professionally with your customer as to important repair steps taken, parts ordered and time estimated until completion. Repair and or replace defective equipment, overhaul, rebuild and assemble a wide variety of plant equipment, including numerically controlled machines, Robotics & end effectors, modular assembly equipment, precision-built machines, material handling equipment, and stationary generator sets and process equipment. Determine and/or develop maintenance procedures when documentation is not available and devise and make tools/equipment to facilitate work. Obtain job assignment from data systems, management or designee. Review work orders, tie-ins, technical manuals, machine operations and communicate with production employees to determine appropriate crafts skills and repairs needed to return machines back to production readiness. Obtain and analyze drawings, sketches, hydraulic schematics and specifications needed to perform assigned work. Perform preventive and predictive maintenance inspections. Troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions on all types of factory machinery including, N/C and CNC machine tools and controllers, gearboxes, stationary generator sets, and machine accessories, using various types of test equipment. Check and adjust flatness, level/alignment of machine beds, linear and rotary axis tool and pallet changers. Perform/observe operational check to ensure problem has been corrected. Demonstrate ability to plan and sequence work including ordering required parts and staging necessary tools and equipment. Where we work: Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Our company aspiration for Boeing#8217;s second century is clear: to be the best in aerospace and an enduring global industrial champion#8212;a top performer in all areas of our business as compared to the world#8217;s best companies. Recently, FORTUNE Magazine released its annual list of #8220;The World#8217;s Most Admired Companies,#8221; Boeing placed 25th overall and reclaimed its No. 1 ranking in the aerospace and defense industry#8212;our fifth title since 2013. These results reflect the strength of our products and services, and the skill, talent and dedication of our global One Boeing team. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world. The Puget Sound region and the state of Washington is a beautiful community which boasts great transit, good public schools, a robust system for public beaches and parks, wonderful marinas and safe streets. Nature is right outside your door and you have a short ride to the mountains and beaches. Enjoy our community summer concerts in the park, farmers markets and small town parades Overtime is an essential part of this job. The following physical demands are required of this position: Capable of working at heights greater than (4) foot when required, climb a 15ft vertical ladder, enter into a small confined space, rotate neck, bend at the waist and head, stoop, arch backward, twist, squat, crouch, kneel, and crawl, lie down and operate foot controls. Lift; carry various weights, push/pull, reach, sit, walk, stand, balance, climb stairs, ladders and lifts and mobile equipment. Hand/arm protection, (gloves) and hearing protection (earmuffs and helmets. Potential for working around electromagnetic fields as a result of various types of production equipment. Frequently (3-6 hours) sit, walk, stand, climb/balance, rotation of head/neck, flexion (head bent down, head bent back), twisting at the waist, handling/grasping, keyboarding/mouse, repetitive motion, fine finger manipulation occasionally (1-3 Hrs), fine motor skills, lifting less than 10 pounds and sitting. Frequent (3-6 hrs) exposure to noise. Occasional use of face/eye protection. This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement.Overtime is an essential part of this job. This position requires an individual when working at heights to utilize fall protection equipment that has weight limitations. High school graduate or GED preferred. Prefer two-year degree, diploma or certificate from an accredited vocational or technical institute ane/or 5-7 years of mechanic related experience.This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a #8220;US Person#8221; as defined by 22 C.F.R. #167; 120.15 is required. US person includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee
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7/26/2018 1:25:47 PM

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