The New Construction and Modernization Mechanic performs complex maintenance and repair tasks on elevators and escalators and troubleshoots related problems.
- New construction & Modernization mechanics will install and / or upgrade various elevator equipment, from ground break to final inspections.
- Analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems.
- Interact with customers, GC's and / or business owners exchange information in a professional manner.
- Troubleshoots, repairs, replaces and installs a variety of elevator/escalator systems, components and fixtures.
- Assists in the replacement or installation of new elevators and escalators
- Repairs and overhauls defective components, operates devices to test performance, lubricates and cleans components and equipment. Makes major adjustments to functional components, devices, and control instruments and improves elevator/escalator reliability and performance.
- Performs routine preventative maintenance on elevators and escalators.
- Repairs electrical support equipment and responds to equipment deficiencies, determines problem(s) and repairs and restores the elevator/escalator equipment to serviceable status.
- Dismantles elevator/escalator units using hoists, ladders, and hand and power tools to gain access to components and machinery.
- Complies with all elevator, escalator and construction related regulations, laws and codes. Adheres to codes established by the National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities (NAESA) and ANSI/ASME.
- Performs assignments in accordance with established maintenance and safety rules, regulations and procedures. Adheres to codes established by the National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities (NAESA) and ANSI/ASME.
- Attends on-the-job and formal training classes.
- Maintains cleanliness of work area.
- Works variable days, shifts and hours as required.
The essential duties listed are not intended to limit specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Nor is it intended to limit in any way the right of managers and supervisors to assign, direct and control the work of employees under their supervision.
Consideration will be given to applicants whose resumes demonstrate the required education and experience. Applicants should include all relevant education and work experience.
Evaluation criteria may include one or more of the following:
- Skills and/or behavioral assessment
- Personal interview
- Verification of education and experience (including certifications and licenses)
- Criminal Background Check (a criminal conviction is not an automatic bar to employment)
- Medical examination including a drug and alcohol screening (for safety sensitive positions)
- Review of a current motor vehicle report
- A high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate (GED) and completion of a Vocational or technical training program in an Elevator and Escalator maintenance.
- A minimum of four (4) years of experience in the Elevator/Escalator field doing maintenance, troubleshooting and repair.
- Hold Elevator Mechanic licensing (or credentials to obtain) with minimum 4 years in the trade with elevator license (ability to obtain within 6 months of hire).
- Successful completion of 4- year federally approved apprenticeship program is an added plus.
- Ability to perform general physical activities, fit-for duty that require considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials with fine manipulation.
- Able to travel out of town as needed. Certification/Licensure
- Any, one (1) or more, of the following:
- Certification from (NEIP) National Elevator Industry Education Program
- Certified Elevator Technician (CET)
- Current State mechanic licenses
- Valid Driver's License