R5257J:Service Mechanic Asc

Lockheed Martin
Job Type: 
United States

Description:Work with technical assistance and guidance or work independently with complete procedures after initial on the job instruction and guidance to develop skills and acquire a working knowledge of the following tasks.Assist in setup and operation of basic machining, wood working, and welding equipment.Assist in performing routine electrical fabrication, maintenance, testing and repairs. For example, electrical extension cords, SE cables and including potting.Assist in performing routine electrical fabrication, maintenance, testing and repairs to grounding systems.May operate material handling equipment (MHE), power trucks, pickup trucks and overhead cranes.Assist in the preparation of non-destructive test methods.Assist in operations with precision measuring instruments and electrical measuring instruments.Assist with record keeping associated with inventory and control of shop materials.Assist in weight testing program. Assist in repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.Assist in performing media blast and painting operations supporting Support Equipment fabrication and alteration.


Basic Qualifications:Basic knowledge in the field of general maintenance and repair. Ability to set up and operate basic wood working, shop equipment/machinery. Ability to read and understand fabrication and assembly blueprints and to use hand tools associated with woodworking, metal working, mechanical and electrical service and repairs.Use the proper personal protective equipment.Ability to work with paints, solvents, greases, and other cleaning agents.Ability to work in confined spaces as required to perform assigned tasks.Ability to lift 45 pounds.Ability to qualify for and maintain certificates and/or licenses to perform assigned duties.Typically requires a minimum of one year of experience in directly related work or satisfactory completion of basic courses in metal and woodworking and one year of experience in related manufacturing work or equivalent.Skilled in the use of computers and ability to learn new computer applications.Must possess valid state driver’s license.Ability to obtain a Secret clearance. U.S. Citizenship required. Cannot be a dual citizen.Desired Skills:Welding experience.Machining experience.Equipment maintenance and repair experience.Experience using power tools.Experience using hand tools.Spray Painting experience.Experience operating a forklift.Experience operating an overhead crane.Woodworking experience.Experience working with sheet metal.Experience working with hydraulics.Ability to read blueprints and interpret technicaldrawings.Demonstrated ability to read and strictly follow writtenprocedures.Ability to use precision measuring tools.

First posted: 
12/1/2019 12:00:01 PM

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