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Industrial Maintenance Mechanics repair a wide variety of equipment and machinery for manufacturing, construction, and production companies. Example resumes for this position indicate skills like preparing and administering preventative maintenance work orders, supporting technicians in equipment maintenance and repair, and operating a wide variety of equipment, including power saws, sanders, grinders, cranes, drill presses, forklifts, and basic hand tools. Having a bachelor's degree in mechanic and repair technologies on his or her resume, as well as good troubleshooting, complex problem-solving and decision-making skills, can appropriately qualify an applicant for this job.

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Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Maintain all areas of Maintenance to produce baked and fried snack foods

  • Record parts and materials used, and order or requisition new parts and materials as necessary
  • Diagnose dysfunctional systems, apparatus, and components, utilizing testing equipment and hand tools, to diagnose the exact location of a breakdown in electrical components and correct the circuits immediately
  • Analyze test results, machine error messages, and information obtained from operators in order to diagnose equipment problems
  • Inspect individual electrical components, all equipment involved, and all related equipment to identify hazards, defects, and make the necessary adjustment to repair the component or replace it, making sure it is within code
  • Disassemble machinery and equipment to remove parts and make repairs.
  • Repair and replace broken or malfunctioning components of machinery and equipment
  • Cut and weld metal to repair broken metal parts, fabricate new parts, and assemble new equipment
  • Test electrical continuity of circuit boards and related electrical wiring, equipment, using testing equipment such as an ohmmeters, a voltmeter, to test specific areas for safety in the system
  • Extensive knowledge troubleshooting PLCs
  • Meet and negotiate with vendors for parts and equipment
Candidate Info
27
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Business Administration
22

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Took apart, inspected, and changed sprockets, chains, bearings, and worn belts as needed for conveyors and incline belts.

  • Inspected and rebuilt Submersibles, Vaughn, Marlow, Mono style pumps.
  • Inspected and changed worn out parts, bearings, gears, and mechanical seals.
  • Took apart, air tested, inspected, and rebuilt Rotary coils.
  • Replaced new bearings, sub shafts, and packing of Rotary coils as needed.
  • Changed out H and G dicers blades.
  • Safely operated forklifts, cranes, man lifts, and scissor lifts.
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
14
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
C
Certificate
23

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Responsible for the monitoring, preventative maintenance, and repairing of rotating equipment, motors,
pumps, tanks, and various chemical process equipment

  • Assist supervisors in training of new personnel
  • Regularly perform line breaks on valves and flanges
  • Experience in plant shut downs and start ups
  • Maintain work area within specifications of standard operating procedures
  • Experience in fabricating pipe for steam lines
  • Complete job tickets for foreman regarding times and material used throughout the plant
  • Report to Planner for parts needed for stock replenishment
  • Familiar with lock-out and tag-out procedures
Candidate Info
18
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
Business
24

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Maintained and repaired production machines, overhead cranes, and forklifts

  • Troubleshot and located malfunctions in pulleys, brakes, motors, and switches
  • Disassembled defective parts and performed service cleaning
  • Inspected wiring and other connections
  • Lubricated bearings to minimize friction
  • Fabricated parts, assemblies, etc., from blueprints
  • Rebuilt machines and replace parts, as needed
  • Conducted routine building maintenance, as needed
Candidate Info
21
years in
workforce
12
years
at this job
HS
Landscape / Horticulture
C
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic / Fluid Power
25

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Ensured operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements on engines, motors, pneumatic tools, and conveyor systems.

  • Followed diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, manufacturer's instructions, and engineering specifications; troubleshooting malfunctions.
  • Located sources of problems by observing mechanical devices in operation; listening for problems; using precision measuring and testing instruments.
  • Removed defective parts by dismantling devices; using hoists, cranes, calipers, hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, straightedges, micrometers, and hand and power tools.
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
26

1st Class Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Support production floor and repair equipment during down time

  • Troubleshoot and repair breakdowns in fast pace hot, dirty environment
  • Install modifications and fixtures to suit production needs
  • Fabrication from shop drawings and sketches
  • Arc and mig welding both shop bench work and factory repairs
  • Repair spare parts and maintain inventory for all equipment
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
Heating Ventilation, Air Conditioning
27

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Industry: Oil Refinery Maintenance
Locations: Shell (Martinez), Conoco (Phillips Rodeo), Valero (Benicia),
Chevron (Richmond, Hawaii)
Employment Dates: February 2011 - June 2013

  • Attend/Host daily safety meetings.
  • Review paperwork/sign permits.
  • Install/Remove blinds, valves, piping, pumps, exchangers.
  • Communicate with clients to coordinate jobs
  • Ensure work is done safely, properly, efficiently.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Business
28

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Involved in all aspects of modular installation:

  • Managed receiving logistics
  • Staged and installed materials
  • Managed contract workers
  • Certified equipment operations including, but not limited to: scissors lift, articulating aerial lift, fork lifts, and loaders
  • Installation and maintenance of Class 100 to Class 10,000 Clean rooms, E.P.A. walls
  • Security clearance for construction on multiple U.S. military installations on the east coast
  • Specialized construction projects: positive/negative pressure enclosures, mezzanines, high-wall units, and paint booths
Candidate Info
62
years in
workforce
20
years
at this job
HS
Business
Airsealing And Blower Doors
29

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Maintain the operating condition of industrial production or processing machinery or equipment.

  • Observe and test the operation of machinery or equipment to diagnose malfunctions, using voltmeters or other testing devices.
  • Clean, lubricate or adjust parts, equipment, or machinery.
  • Dissemble machinery or equipment to remove parts and make repairs.
  • Maintain equipment, parts, and supplies inventories by checking stock to determine inventory level.
  • Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules and regulations.
  • Determines changes in dimensional requirements of parts by inspecting used parts; using rules, calipers, micrometers, and other measuring instruments.
  • Troubleshoot equipment problems and perform immediate repairs and preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Communicating with the team to solve problems and proactively help others when assistance is needed.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
15
years
at this job
30

Millwright/ Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (contract)

Responsible for installing and repairing electrical systems, hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic components for industrial machinery and equipment.
Additional responsibilities:

  • Installing power supply wiring and conduit for newly installed machines and equipment such as robots, conveyors and programmable controllers
  • Troubleshooting press machines, Fanuc robotics, and several automated electrical components
  • Diagnosing malfunctioning apparatus such as transformers, motors and gear boxes and then replacing the damaged parts
Candidate Info
39
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering

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