EMCOR Facilities Services (EFS), an EMCOR core business, services over 1 billion square feet of space worldwide. From corporate campuses to single sites, EFS provides a range of services that support mission-critical areas of financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, transportation, and government sectors.
Job Title: Overhead Crane Technician
Job Summary: Performs preventive and routine maintenance procedures and equipment in industrial establishment by performing the following duties: Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implements solutions on runway Rail systems, overhead cranes, Hoist, Jib, Gantry, Bridge and Monorail systems. Will require 24/7 supports either by site visit or coordinating of sub-contractors. Crane Mechanic will be required to split time, primarily between Norwood and Asheboro, NC. Crane Mechanic must hold valid driver's license and be able to safely operate company van for transportation to/from duty locations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Perform approved Preventive Maintenance Procedures on facility equipment as assigned by the Site Supervisor via approved work order.
- Perform crane safety and maintenance inspections per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.179.
- Perform variable repairs - troubleshoot to determine root cause of failure and appropriate corrective maintenance - as assigned by the site supervisor via approved work order.
- Maintain all maintenance records of all work; inspections, maintenance, repairs, relocations and modifications for in house maintenance (Client staff), self-performed (By Viox) and subcontracted (Vendors) work
- Support other Viox Associates with work orders or routine maintenance, as needed
- Performs any other duties as deemed necessary by the site manager and/or Client
- Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or 5 to 10 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Valid Driver's License; Aerial Lift Operators Certification; Overhead Crane Inspector Certification
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.Work Environment
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.COMPETENCIES
Crane Mechanic and Inspector Competency:
• Be able to read schematics, blue prints, and document changes or modifications.
• Possess working knowledge of variety of overhead crane (Hoist, Jib, Gantry Boom, Bridge, Monorail) types and their components
• Be able to perform all standard safety precautions as applied to cranes and their operations (inspection safety guidelines, Lock Out/Tag Out, Fall Protection. Shutdown conditions, Rated Load Tests, Safety Spotters/Barriers)
• Ability to dismantle and reassemble crane/hoist equipment and components
• Knowledge and ability to work with controls and control devices
• Be able to plan and schedule work at two primary locations - Norwood and Asheboro, NC
• Be able to safely travel to and from duty locations
• Respond on-short notice and after normal duty hours to emergency repairsPerform Preventative Maintenance:
• Inspect and determine operations condition of equipment.
• Perform maintenance as required in approved specification
• Recommend changes to specification and/or additional maintenance actionsPerform Crane Safety and Maintenance Inspections:
• Inspect equipment in accordance with OSHA 1920.179.
• Document, organize, and maintain inspection and maintenance records
• Coordinate third party inspections
• Repair following the standard by applying a formalized and rational method, requires little initiative.
• To be able to methodically implement all this knowledge in the shop floor environment.Perform Trouble Shooting and Corrective Maintenance:
• Disassemble/Reassemble equipment
• Determine Root Cause of equipment failure
• Make appropriate repairs to address cause of failureStructural Organization Competency:
• To be able to situate himself in his work environment.
• To be able to apply his skills in relation to shop work.
• To be able to comply with a predefined communication protocol - to be informed or to inform.
• Knowledge: structure and mission of the being provided.
• To be able to correspond with the appropriate personnel in the shop domain
• Knowledge: structure, mission of the services being performedCommunication Competency:
• Listen, exchange, converse privately with his colleagues or management, by communicating in a verbal or written way or with the help of supports or structured documents found in Plans, Diagrams , Notes, Dossiers - in order to understand or be understood.
• Exchange, converse, and convey -- privately with his colleagues, as well as with management, suppliers, and clients - by using verbal, written, or audiovisual means of communication and with the help of existing, modified, or created aids; with the goal of understanding, making understood, debating, convincing to make a decision, or informing.
• Pass on knowledge and know-how to a person or a group of people, by using documents and/or existing, modified, or independently created to train.
• Negotiate and solve problemsWe offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continued growth and success. Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled
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