Maintenance Technician

Overland Park, KS

Job status
Full time
Job description
The Midwest Bioscience Research Park (MBRP) is now hiring a Maintenance Technician.

As the Maintenance Technician you are responsible for maintaining, installing, and repairing mechanical and Process Control Systems (PCS) equipment at the Stilwell, KS site.
Qualifications
• Must primarily possess skills in the mechanical or PCS skill areas, but will eventually require skills in both areas. This is due to the small crew size, the wide variety of tasks encountered and the relative isolation of the MBRP site.
• Be familiar with, adhere to, and apply all safety rules and safety requirements as outlined in MBRP Safety Procedures.
• Be specifically familiar with lockout procedure, permit procedure, and any hazardous chemicals in the assigned area.
• Understand the requirements of the various customers.
• Perform duties with minimal or no supervision. Must be able to take numerous job assignments from various sources and prioritize to accomplish tasks within prescribed time frame.
• Must demonstrate the ability to interface with all disciplines and appropriate levels of management and maintain an amiable rapport with same.
• Is willing to take on special assignments or non-standard duties.
• Demonstrate initiative to go beyond immediate and obvious tasks/job requirements.
• Display eagerness and ability to learn new technologies as they are introduced.
Responsibilities
Mechanical
• Maintain, install, and repair mechanical equipment, machinery, structures, and piping systems.
• Observe mechanical devices in operation and locate causes of trouble.
• Dismantle devices to gain access to and remove defective parts, using hoists, cranes, hand tools, and power tools.
• Inspect used parts to determine changes in dimensional requirements using rules, calipers, micrometers, and other measuring instruments.
• Operate lathe, drill press, grinder, and other metal working tools.
• Weld, braze, flame cut, and solder parts.

PCS
• Maintain, install, and repair electrical equipment and instruments.
• Troubleshoot equipment or system failures.
• Installation work.
• Participate in check out and startup of PCS installations.
• Test and calibrate different PCS components and systems.
Work hours
• 7am-3pm

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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