Your role as a Repair Technician is to use technical drawings to complete the disassembly, repair, and re-assembly of different types of pumps, seals and valves, and other rotating equipment submitted for repair. You will provide inspection reports and other reporting on the faults and repairs made.

Main Responsibilities:

– Dismantle and clean pumps, seals, and valves. (based on routine, sectional drawings, or other specified information)
– Create inspection reports, filling out required protocols and dimensional reports based on findings during disassembly, and review with the production supervisor/ project coordinator.
– Balancing rotating parts.
– Small modification of parts by machining.
– Assemble pumps, seals, and valves with new or repaired components. (create as build report)
– Testing valves (on the test bench).
– Leak test on pumps and seals.
– Final inspection before shipping. (review shipping documents with project coordinator)
– Dismantling and reinstalling equipment in the field (pumps, seals, and valves) >> supporting local field service team. (Incl laser alignment of pumps)
– Work together with the team to create a safe workplace.

Skills and Requirements:

– Experience of a minimum of 3 to 5  years in a similar service-oriented environment.
– Technical education (mechanic-based) or equal level through experience.
– Solid practical and theoretical technical knowledge of rotating equipment.
– Understanding and commitment to safety and related regulations.
– Skills to use measurement tools. (micrometer, …)
– Ability to read/interpret cross-sectional drawings, P& ID schematics correctly.
– Ability to work with overhead cranes, hand power tools, and forklifts.
– Able to act as a mentor for junior technicians.
– Prepared/flexible to work overtime, in shifts, or on call-out duty when required.

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