PLC Maintenance Technician

Date: May 25, 2023

Location: Tulsa, OK, United States, 74115

Company: Chart Industries

Ensuring Chart’s Success…

The Maintenance Mechanical Tech is responsible for electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, PLC and mechanical troubleshooting and repair within the manufacturing facility. The Maintenance Mechanical Tech is directly involved with the execution of Chart’s Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program and will perform facilities maintenance involving welding, plumbing, painting, carpentry and other maintenance duties, as assigned.

What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…

  • Perform Total Productive Maintenance on electrical equipment relating to facilities and manufacturing. Tracks repair history in the maintenance database.
  • Repair electric, pneumatic and hydraulic circuits as needed.  
  • Replaces defective components to restore proper operation of equipment and mechanical systems. 
  • Makes modifications to equipment to achieve desired results. Maintains accurate records and metrics related to machine downtime due to maintenance issues. 
  • Verifies contractor’s work and compliance to desired results.
  • Provide support on continuous improvement projects.
  • Perform activities relating to 6S in order to drive better work place standardization. Delivers timely responses to work orders, safety observations, departmental audits, findings. 
  • Maintains a clean and safe work area.  Performs duties in a safe manner and observes approved safety procedures.  Responds promptly to minimize downtime, and drive improvements.

Communicate potential hazards immediately to department Coordinator or Manager and identifies and corrects potential unsafe conditions.

Your Education Should Be…

High School diploma, GED required

Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…

  • Frequent lifting up to 50 lbs. at various heights including above head, with occasional heavier
  • Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling.
  • Ability to kneel, bend, and sit for extended periods of time
  • Ability to climb a ladder and work off elevated aerial platforms.
  • Walk and stand during a standard 8-10-hour shift and can vary based on overtime needs
  • Frequent repetitive hand motions
  • Work in an industrial manufacturing environment with possible exposure to temperature extremes, overhead objects, material with rough edges odors associated with cutting and welding.

Your Professional Experience Should Be…

  • 6+ years maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
  • Technical knowledge of industrial powered equipment including forklifts, aerial lifts, cranes and hoists, etc.
  • Ability to create advanced maintenance work instructions, schematics and blueprint,
  • 6 years’ experience programming and troubleshooting PLC programs.
  • Advanced troubleshooting skills on Automated equipment.  
  • Previous experience in mechanical, vacuum, and electrical system maintenance required.
  • Advanced HVAC and welding skills

Chart is an equal opportunity employer