Compressor Mechanic

The compressor mechanic will be responsible for troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing natural gas engines, compressors, generators, turbines and other power-driven equipment. As well as monitoring and stimulating maximum efficiency and productivity to minimize problems and downtime, in a safely manner.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Must have experience with heavy mechanical and some electrical service.
Inspect engines, compressors and mechanical equipment: diagnose problems and determine extent of necessary repairs; supervise and schedule repairs and routine preventative maintenance.
Overhaul, repairs and maintenance of engines, compressors, pumps, turbines and motors.
Awareness of compressor components including: lubrication systems, shut-down systems, loading and unloading valves, pistons, valves and electrical systems.
Understanding of equipment repair manuals
Monitor and stimulate maximum efficiency and productivity to minimize problems and downtime.
Perform lockout/tagout, starting/stopping of equipment, and perform equipment checks.
Meet required production rate expectations.
Perform job duties in a safe and efficient manner.
Must adhere to company policies and procedures
Assure that machinery, equipment, and facilities are properly maintained for efficient production.
General upkeep of facilities and equipment including: engines/compressors, company vehicle, shops and tool rooms.
Preferred Skills:
Caterpillar 3600 & CM 34 Engine Experience
Strong mechanical background with working knowledge of the operation and maintenance requirements for natural gas compressors and auxiliary equipment.
Software Knowledge:
Proficient in using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, SAP
Skilled mechanic with abilities to troubleshoot, diagnosis and repair natural gas engines, compressors, generators, turbines and/or other power-driven equipment.
Must have a proven safe driving record.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
2-5 years of industry experience required
High School diploma or G.E.D.
H2S certified

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