Maintenance Mechanic III

Website Johnson Controls

Maintenance Mechanic III Job Highlights

Title Maintenance Mechanic III – 565/3
Type Full Time
Experience Not Indicated
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Norman, OK, United States
Company Johnson Controls

Company Profile

Johnson Controls transforms the environments where people live, work, learn and play. From optimizing building performance to improving safety and enhancing comfort, it drives the outcomes that matter most. The company is dedicated to protecting the environment and delivers promise in industries such as healthcare, education, data centers, and manufacturing.

Job Profile

The company is seeking a Maintenance Mechanic III who will perform the installation, and repair of lighting, power circuits, electrical controls of machines, and component parts of machine tools and plant equipment.

Perform complete facilities construction and repair projects. Highly diversified work involving complex use of machinists, electricians, plumbers’ hand and power tools and equipment.

The judgment required diagnosing, planning, layout, installing, building, testing, and repairing complex types of electrical, mechanical, electronic, and hydraulic equipment.

Educational Qualification

  • Applicants should have a High School Diploma or Equivalent

Work Experience

  • Possess work-related experience (a plus)



  • Plan working procedure, layout job, bend, thread, and install conduit, make required mounting brackets, mount switch, controls, and electrical parts make complete installation of lighting and power circuits and electrical controls of machine tools and plant equipment.
  • Test controls after installation and repair any malfunctions.
  • Make connections to live circuits when required.
  • Diagnose trouble and perform repairs on equipment such as drive motors, instruments, control panels, and heating, cooling, ventilating, cleaning, and humidification equipment.


  • Perform operations required to dismantle machines or equipment for repair of parts or components.
  • Set up and operate a full complement of machine tools and attachments to make, repair, or alter parts working from sketches, drawings, or from sample parts.
  • Fit, align, reassemble, checkout, and adjust repaired apparatus.

Facilities Maintenance-

  • Perform a variety of the more complicated electrical, welding, plumbing, sheet metal, and refrigeration requiring a thorough understanding of principles in order to fabricate, build, finish, repair, service, and maintain facilities, grounds, and equipment from drawings, sketches, and other similar information.
  • Use a variety of electrical, heating cooling, and ventilating test equipment, to pinpoint and remedy the trouble.
  • Must have a thorough understanding of electrical circuitry, gas and fluid flow, heat transfer, and refrigeration principles in order to install, service, and repair control and operational systems.
  • Must follow all lockout/Tagout procedures as needed.
  • Inspect and maintain records on plant lifting equipment, chains, cables, slings, clamps, etc.
  • Inspect service, lubricate, and repair cranes, material handling, and transportation equipment.


  • Familiarity with and ability to use electrical equations.
  • Proficiency in any two of the following maintenance fields plus shall have a general knowledge of at least one other of the following specified areas: Mechanical, Electrical, Pneumatics/Hydraulics, Electronics, Facilities Maintenance, Welding, Plumbing, or Sheet Metal.
  • Proficiency within the labor grade bracket shall be understood to mean that the applicant is able to work effectively on troubleshooting problems in two of the specified fields; shall be completely conversant with the normal complement of tools and items of test equipment used in those fields.
  • Proper use of PPE and must use caution and follow prescribed safety procedures around electrical and mechanical equipment to avoid shock and possible serious injury to hands and fingers.
  • Safety goggles are recommended to prevent eye injury from possible splash or sulfuric acid.

Physical Demands

  • Ability to climb stairs and ladders.
  • Ability to operate and handle power and vibrating tools.
  • Ability to reach and work overhead and above chest level.
  • All physical demands will be frequent or continuous.
  • Arm strength and coordination.
  • Bending at waist 45 to 90 degrees.
  • Continuously defined as 67% to 100% of the work day/time.
  • Frequently defined as 34% to 66% of the work day/time.
  • On feet continuously.
  • Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying heavy or bulky parts.
  • The repetitive motion of fingers, hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders.
  • Rotating of the upper body to lift and position parts and equipment.
  • Simple grasping, power grip, and power pinch are required.
  • Stooping, squatting, kneeling, and climbing.
  • Very repetitive work.
  • Weight amounts may vary from five to 50 pounds, any amount over 50 pounds requires physical or mechanical help.

Employer’s Statement

Johnson Controls is an Equal Employment Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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