Maintenance Mechanic


Manufacturing and Production

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Los Angeles, CA - Metro - (USA) 15821 Ventura Blvd Suite 148 CA Encino , CA - 91436 Phone : 818-784-8276



Job Description

Excellent opportunity - We are looking for an Maintenance Mechanic

Temp to Hire

Hours: 40/WK - 2pm-10pm, Sunday thru Thursday

Pay Rate: $25-30/hr DOE

Resume is a MUST - Email -

Background and Drug Screen required

Job Description:

Inspect and Maintain Equipment

To avoid malfunction and other problems with equipment, it is up to the Maintenance Engineer to make sure that equipment is working and not in danger of breaking down. They perform routine inspections and preventive maintenance on machines to keep them running smoothly. This might include replacing worn parts and checking oil and other fluid levels.

Make Repairs

When an industrial machine breaks down, it is up the Maintenance Engineer to get it working again. They are responsible for troubleshooting the problem and assessing whether parts can be repaired or need to be replaced. They would commonly be responsible for ordering and installing replacement parts. Maintenance Engineers must also make any required upgrades or changes to established systems to improve or prolong efficiency.

Install New Equipment

In some cases, machines that no longer work simply cannot be repaired due to the age of the machine or the cost of the repairs. It is then the responsibility of the Maintenance Engineer to install new equipment and to perform checks following installation to ensure that all systems are in working order.

Maintenance Engineer Skills

In addition to mechanical skills, a Maintenance Engineer should be a strong problem solver with an eye for detail and an analytical mind. Strong communication and organizational skills are also important for this profession. Maintenance Engineers should have the ability to stand, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time, as well as lift, push and pull large machine parts or machines as needed.

Core skills:

Understanding electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, heating and electronic systems

Troubleshooting problems on various types of equipment

Understanding how to read blueprints and system schematics

Knowing equipment safety systems and processes

Preferred Skills:

Knowledge of OSHA and EPA guidelines and standards

Understand how to handle and dispose of hazardous materials

Knowledge of basic computer applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint