IDEX Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technician in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Title: Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technician

Business Unit: CVI

Location:

200 Dorado Place SE

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87123

United States

Function: Operations

Description:

Performs a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled tasks in maintenance, renovation and repair of buildings, and related facilities and equipment.

This position will require lawful access to ITAR/EAR controlled information and employees in this role will need to meet those requirements. Requirements include US Citizenship, US Permanent Resident or ability to meet contract-specific licensure requirements.

-Maintains Vacuum and Electro-Mechanical Systems

-Ability to perform cryo and diffusion pump installation, regeneration, and maintenance

-Performs scheduled and unscheduled PM and Repairs

-Electronic and Vacuum Trouble Shooting

-Makes repairs and performs preventative maintenance on a variety of complex machinery used in the fabrication and coating of optics

-Assist with general facility maintenance: electrical, mechanical, plumbing and various other facilities related operations and repairs

Qualifications:

-Three or more years of experience in mechanical and vacuum maintenance

-Two or more years of technical training and/or experience in maintenance activities

-Licensed Journeyman Electrician preferred

-Associates degree in Electronics or equivalent of four years electronic experience

-Ability to work safely with a variety of electrical currents and amperages

-Concentrate effectively to ensure personal safety and the safety of others

-Demonstrate mechanical ability

-Perform mathematical calculations, especially in electrical/electronic areas

-Troubleshoot and layout electronic circuits

-Read blueprints, electrical diagrams, sketches and schematics and work from verbal instructions

-Effectively use various precision measuring tools and hand tools

-Work well with other individuals as well as other departments

-Ability to operate forklift

-Willing to work extended hours when necessary

-Willing to work weekends when necessary

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK CONDITIONS

-Operate fork-lift, company vehicles, hand tools, skill saw, drill, chop saw, grinder, and rotary hammer

-Bend as is necessary to make repairs to production equipment and facilities by lifting, lowering, pushing, and pulling

-Bend and work in confined work space

-Stand for long periods of time

-Pass respirator physical fitness evaluation

-Apply force, push and pull in order to make repairs

-Use wrist and forearms to turn and manipulate hand tools

-Climb ladders to fix equipment on roof or in high places

-Use vision and hearing to assess equipment and machines to ensure proper operation and make adjustments

-Demonstrate upper body mobility to work above head while standing, sitting, squatting, lying down, kneeling, etc. to make repairs

-Meet the guidelines of the Motor Vehicle Department with regard to physical and mental requirements for operating a motorized vehicle

-Work in production areas where chemicals, machinery, and safety equipment are used.

-Occasionally exposed to weather conditions to complete outside equipment maintenance and repair work.

-May be subject to weather extremes.

-May be subject to noise, vibrations, oils, machinery, fumes and odors.

-Possible exposure to hazards of moving mechanical parts, electrical current, cramped spaces, heights, etc.

PHYSICAL CLASSIFICATION OF JOB

Heavy Work: The ability to lift over 100 lb. occasionally or up to fifty lb. frequently. A considerable amount of bending, turning, squatting, twisting, walking, and lifting are required for this position.

  • All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with

disabilities. *

IDEX is an equal opportunity employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

REQ ID: 2119