Repair Tech 3 - 2nd Shift in Greenwood, Mississippi

Date Posted: 11/14/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Repair Technician - 2nd Shift

The Repair Technician will perform repair and/or service work of Company products in accordance with prescribed procedures. The job requires using a variety of hand tools and small power tools to take apart and repair the customer tools. The ability to train totroubleshoot and complete repairs on the following tool classifications: D-handle drills, compact drills, die grinders, straight grinders, jigsaws, all circular saws, holehawgs, superhawgs, bandsaws, routers, sawzalls, large sander/grinders, chopsaws, ½ inch hammer drills, and large impacts.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform all of the necessary repairs
  • Read and comprehend repair order information and parts schematics.
  • Diagnose the tool by performing a complete function test.
  • Perform complete function test to confirm the tool is repaired properly
    • Complete the information on the repair order form
    • Work involves disassembly of units, diagnosis of operating difficulty, location and replacement of worn or defective parts within times in accordance with work instructions.
    • Assist in other areas of the cell as needed such as material handle, 5's projects, stock shelves, pack items to ship to QE, etc
    • Make decisions as to feasibility of repairs.
    • Keep records of parts used and provide data for billing and/or warranty information.
    • Recognize and report operational irregularities and defective materials.
    • Set up and perform electrical and mechanical tests to insure product's repair and/or work performed is in conformance with prescribed quality standards.
    • Work from parts sheets, specifications and drawings.
    • Perform prescribed inspections.
    • Technician may also be asked to complete shipping and receiving duties.
    • Under supervision of the Lead Technician make recommendations as to warranty liability and any unusual repair problems.
    • Work is subject to in process and final inspection.
    • Responsible for quality of work, safety and housekeeping in assigned area.

Perform miscellaneous tasks as directed.

Physical Demands

  • Standing for long periods of time
  • Repetitive motion
  • Frequent bending, stooping, pushing and pulling of parts and containers
  • Able to work in various temperature conditions

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Requires an education equivalent to high school diploma or GED
  • Must have mechanical skills and diagnostic skills
  • High attention to detail
    • Basic computer and writing skills
    • One to two years of previous experience in electrical and/or mechanical repair

 

 

 

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

I

Load, drive and unload forklift

Walk

O

Manually handle items

Bend/Twist

C

As required to pick up manually handle items; turn from side to side to view load

Push / Pull

F

As required to pick up boxes of parts or finished goods

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

Climbing on and off the forklift; to access top level of facility

Reach

F

As required to assemble, inspect, or pack product

Lift

F

To place frames on fixtures or move product

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

C

Boxes; forklift controls

Repetitive Motions

C

Load and unload boxes of products and parts

Kneel/Crawl

I

 

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To keep production lines moving

Filing

N

 

Finger movement

F

Load and unload boxes of finished products and parts

Keyboard use

I

 

Close vision

C

 

Color vision

F

To determine accurate counts of finished products

Depth perception

C

 

Far vision

F

 

Hear

C

 

Talk

C

As required to communicate w/in cell

Smell

N

 

Touch

N

 

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 40 pounds

C

To move product

 

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

N

To protect hearing

 
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