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.
– 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.