Direct email contact information is: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, please visit our website at www.uselectricalstaffing.com and go to our Job Seekers tab to complete an online application. The job number is 1992. You can also complete a general application and view all of our current job openings.
An Electric Motor Mechanic is responsible for but not limited to:
- Test, inspect, evaluate, dismantle, repair and reassemble AC and DC electric motors, generators, and pumps.
- Disassemble and remove armature, stator or rotor from frame or stators.
- Examine coil connections for broken or defective wiring.
- Examine all parts for cracks, wear, rubbing, broken or out of tolerances for specific parameters.
- Examine bearings, shafts and other moving parts for excessive wear of defects
- Test coils, armatures, stators, rotors and field coils for continuity, shorts and grounds and insulation resistance.
- Measure and record machined parts fits and prepare parts for assembly.
- Assemble and test rotating machine for specified performance.
Successful candidates will have the following:
- High school diploma or GED; certificate from a Technical School in a mechanical or electrical trade is a plus
- Strong familiarity with various electric motor & generators
- A solid mental acuity to accurately follow instructions and work procedures
- A positive, team-oriented attitude in which you will take pride in your work and hold yourself accountable for the quality and accuracy of your work
- A solid mechanical aptitude, including ability to effectively use all common hand tools
- Basic PC skills
- Ability to read, write and speak clearly in English
- Be willing to potentially work any shift with overtime
- Travel if necessary
- Regularly stand and work in one place for extended periods, have excellent finger dexterity, good hand/eye coordination, and good eyesight