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Maintenance Mechanic I - Aurora, CO. at SUPERVALU Inc in aurora, Colorado

Posted in Admin - Clerical 30+ days ago.

Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

Job Overview:
The primary function of the Mechanic is to under general supervision of the Lead Mechanic, perform all functions associated with maintenance, building repairs and other special purpose equipment.

Job Responsibilities 

  • Repair and maintain shop equipment.

  • Repair building electrical, lighting systems, plumbing systems and fire protection systems.

  • Repair and maintain of dock boards.

  • Responsible for compliance with all established safety policies both general and maintenance specific.

  • Repair high speed roll up, overhead, dock personnel doors, wells, pumps, filters and control valves.

  • Repair trash compactors, bailer, conveyer and hydraulic systems.

  • Perform welding.

  • Repair floor and curbing.

  • Work all storm emergencies, power outages and snow storms.

  • Ensure that all work performed is properly documented and accurately recorded.

  • Placed on 24 hour call-in as needed or on a rotating schedule.

Job Requirements:

  • Must have high school diploma or equivalent.

  • Must be able to work 6 feet or higher off the ground.

  • Must have trade school or factory training or three years related experience.

  • Must have skills with basic hand tools.

  • Must be able to properly use a digital volt/ohm multi-meter.

  • Must be able to read and interpret drawings and schematics.

  • Must be able to fill out reports in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Must be able to work shift work and be able to work one day on the weekend.

  • Must have your own hand tools (large and special purpose tools are available in the shop).

  • Must be willing to learn.

  • Must be able to handle equipment/tools weighing up to 100 lbs.

  • Plumbing skills are a plus.

  • Will be placed on 24 hour call-in as needed or on a rotating schedule.

Physical Environment:

  • Exposure to welding flash, fumes, oil/grease/dirt, solvents, excessive noise, and temperature variations from -15 to 100 Fahrenheit.

  • Stooping, kneeling, turning/twisting, and bending at waist.