Key Energy Services Inc.
Mechanic 3 (Construction)
This position is responsible for the mechanical servicing and upkeep of all equipment. Incumbent performs complex scheduled and non-routine preventative maintenance, troubleshoots problems and performs necessary repairs according to company operating procedures in a safe manner.
This position has a dotted line reporting line to: Maintenance Manager
Essential Duties & responsibilities :
Performs diagnosis for problems on various types of well service equipment based on reports from the field, using the appropriate diagnostic tests and interpreting the results.
Performs required repairs based on troubleshooting mechanical equipment.
Performs complex or non-routine scheduled maintenance or difficult repair work including overhauling engines and transmissions.
Repairs and maintains machinery and mechanical equipment, such as motors, pumps, belts, conveyors, fans, air conditioners, etc.
Disassemble machines and repairs or replaces broken parts, cleans and lubricates parts.
Checks mechanical equipment to diagnose trouble, adjusting functional parts of mechanical devices as necessary.
Inspects completed repairs or maintenance work by less experienced mechanics.
Maintains and places orders for materials and/or parts needed for repair or replacement.
May perform preventive maintenance inspection, including DOT annual inspections.
May work in the shop or in the field depending on work assignments or work location.
May be assigned to work in rig operation in accordance to company rig operating procedures, and receive other specialized training on the subject of Hazard conditions.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Wears proper safety equipment on the job (when applicable)
a. Goggles, face shields or safety glasses
b. Ear plugs/muffs
c. Steel toed boots.
d. Hard hats
e. Safety belts
f. Anti-fall devices
g. SCBA (Self-contained Breathing Apparatus)
h. H2S detectors
i. Slicker or tyvek chemical suits
k. FR uniforms
Five (5) years or more of work experience as a mechanic or a similar capacity.
Must have a Class C license, or valid DCL A or B drivers license depending on the vehicle required to drive.
Strong knowledge and skills in well service equipment/vehicle repair or preventive maintenance.
Must be skillful in rebuilding, inspecting and repairing equipment, including hydraulic, electrical and overhauling engines and transmissions.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Ability to demonstrate safe work habits and work well with others.
Ability to train or direct the work of others.
Must pass post-employment drug/alcohol urinalysis.
Must pass post-offer "Essential Job Functions Test.”
Must pass DOT drug test and physical by state and federal government DOT, if required.
High school diploma or GED equivalent required.