The Mechanic / Ultrasound Lubrication Specialist plays a significant role in preserving and improving the inherent reliability of plant machines and systems by delivering and supporting precise machine lubrication practices in every aspect of the lubrication function throughout the facility.
This position will assume the role of leader in lubrication excellence and is responsible for routine re-lubrication with oil and grease, lubricant contamination control practices, machine inspections and troubleshooting, automatic lubrication systems inspection and troubleshooting, and oil analysis (sample collection, handling and resolution of issues) for all lubricated mechanical systems. Requirements
A minimum of five years working in manufacturing environment
A minimum of two years as an industrial mechanic
Meticulous with attention to detail
Experience with preventive, predictive, and reliability-based maintenance practices
Demonstrated knowledge and skills in hydraulics, lubrication, and mechanical equipment; basic understanding of types of lubricants and application each is suited
Ability to utilize skills to improve equipment reliability
Experience reading technical diagrams and schematics
Experience with Ultra-sonic a plus
Have a strong fundamental understanding of mechanical, hydraulic and circulating systems operation, contamination control and maintenance functions.
Ability to work well in high places in excess of 80 feet, use man lifts, and work in confined spaces.
OSHA 10 General Industry certification and ability to pass Enviva generated hazard recognition test
Must be willing to complete training as required by Maintenance Manager and specified by Enviva
Strong verbal and written skills
Experience with computerized maintenance management system a plus, or manual system, required
Basic knowledge of Windows, Excel, Word
Machinery Lubrication Training from NORIA within 6 months of assuming position.
Certification by the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML), Machinery Lubrication Technician Level 1 (MLT1) within 6 months of assuming position.
Certification by the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML), Machinery Technician Level 2 (MLT2) within 18 months of assuming position.
UE Systems Airborne Ultrasound Technology Level I Course within 6 months of assuming position.
Obtain Airborne Ultrasound Technology Level I certification in Ultrasound by The American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) in accordance with ISO 18436-8 within 6 months of assuming position.
Environmental and Safety Compliance
Improve effectiveness of reliability and maintenance strategies.
Continually look for ways to apply new tools, skills and/or technology that will assist in reducing unplanned downtime and increasing reliability.