Website Parker Hannifin

Maintenance Technician – 1st Shift Job Highlights

Title Maintenance Technician – 1st Shift
Type Full Time
Experience 7 Years
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Glendale, AZ, United States
Company Parker Hannifin

Company Profile

Parker Hannifin manufactures motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial, and aerospace markets. The company specializes in the design, manufacture, and distribution of compressed air/gas treatment, on-site gas generation systems, and clean air solutions.

Job Profile

The company is seeking a Maintenance Technician for the GTFSD Glendale Facility. It is an FAA repair station for fuel nozzles used in commercial and military aerospace and industrial applications.

Educational Qualification

  • The applicants may be required to have basic education i.e. High School Diploma or GED

Work Experience

  • The candidates should have 7 years of related maintenance experience or demonstrated ability to perform described responsibilities.

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Advise and assist in clean-up of chemical spills.
  • As a specialized hazardous material technician, may coordinate the purchase, inventory delivery, and pickup of hazardous material and maintain a current inventory of on-site chemicals.
  • Assist with the design; construction, installation, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of test stands, fixtures, and related hydraulic equipment.
  • Check and calibrate new or rebuilt equipment after installation.
  • Coordinate packaging, labeling, storing, and scheduling pickup of hazardous waste for off-site disposal.
  • Devise, design, fabricate and construct specialized machine tools as may be required in the production process working from design data, sketches, and verbal instructions.
  • Engage in shop surveys to locate, diagnose and repair electrical malfunctions and deficiencies.
  • Initiate compliance inspections
  • Install and maintain complete electrical wiring, equipment, and related devices such as transformer banks, primary and branch circuit feeders, welding generators, relays, switchboards, power panels, and equipment in electrically powered mobile units.
  • Maintain accurate records of all hazardous waste shipped offsite.
  • Maintain standard power-fed machine tools such as mills, lathes, shapers, planers, and jig bores by installing, repairing, troubleshooting, and modifying them as required in order to achieve desired functions.
  • Make test runs to ensure the machine is in proper working order. Analyze, locate and repair malfunctions in complex solid-state analog and digital control systems.
  • May work with computers and computer software to create and operate programs, reports, and spreadsheets.
  • Perform major repairs on all types of machine shop equipment including repairs that require extremely accurate alignment and complex assembly.
  • Plan the sequence of operations and methods to be used in complex repair and overhaul operations. Coordinate and schedule work orders. Determine and coordinate manpower required for timely completion.
  • Provide technical assistance on hazardous
  • Recommend proper route for conduit lines, time to complete the job, and list of materials needed to complete the job.
  • Relocate production machinery and parts, install air and water lines from mainline to the machine, align and adjust machines for production operation.
  • Setup and operate arc and acetylene welding equipment.
  • Use precision test equipment.
  • Working from manufacturer’s specifications and engineering data, or from data developed in conjunction with manufacturing personnel, setup and prepare N/C machine tools for operation making necessary, calibrations, adjustments, and modifications.

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

  • Ability to work with others and be a participative team player.
  • May require the ability to set up and operate hand and power tools.
  • May require forklift operator certification.
  • May require knowledge of chemicals and their characteristics.
  • May require proficiency with pump and valve overhaul procedures, especially aerospace-associated equipment.
  • May require a thorough knowledge of electronic theory as applied to N/C and standard machines, mechanical principles, machine shop mathematics (including trigonometry), and machining properties of metals.
  • May require a thorough knowledge of general hydraulics technology, i.e. pumps, cylinders, accumulators, filters, piping; tub bending, piping fabrication for hydraulic and pneumatic applications.
  • May require working knowledge of computer and computer software to operate programs, create reports, and maintain spreadsheets.
  • May require working knowledge of national, state, and local electrical codes.
  • Must demonstrate effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Possess the required tools.
  • Proficient in working from schematics, blueprints, engineering drawings, sketches, and machine tool testing procedures.
  • Required to lift up to 50 pounds.

Employer’s Statement

Parker is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. The company is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and employees. Employment decisions are based upon job-related reasons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.

To apply for this job please visit parkercareers.ttcportals.com.

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