Human Resources Department
212 SW 9th St
Lawton, OK 73501
|MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR One (1) position available|
|Location:||Public Works Department / Wastewater Treatment Plant Division|
|Beginning Salary:||$1,596.00 bi-weekly|
|Closing Date:||5 pm February 28, 2014|
Employee practices preventative and predictive maintenance on all electromechanical systems including wastewater treatment systems. The employee installs, maintains and repairs electromechanical equipment and systems.
Plans, implements and administers a predictive, preventative and corrective maintenance program. Schedules and assigns appropriate resources to accomplish repairs, installation or modification of new and existing equipment. Performs tests and determines correct preventative maintenance and repair procedures for high voltage electric systems and boiler systems equipped with electronic controls. Supervises/ participates/trains others in the repair and replacement of specialized equipment. Performs maintenance on chemical treatment equipment. Occasionally authors SOPs for start-up, shutdown, and lubrication of plant equipment; diagnoses problems of electronic remote control systems; maintains auxiliary power system through manual switching. May assist in cost estimates and annual budget. Knowledge of the technical requirements of regulatory agencies relative to the maintenance and modification of wastewater plant. Knowledge of the materials, methods, techniques, tools, and equipment used in an industrial environment including plumbing and mechanics at a journeyman level. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions necessary for the safe conduct of electromechanical work and equipment operation. Knowledge of PLC troubleshooting techniques, interfacing, software programming and hardware setup. Ability to read and interpret construction plans, shop drawings and technical specifications for maintenance repairs of equipment. Knowledge of industrial mechanic’s tools including testing and calibration equipment common to electrician.
Requirement-Education & Experience
Possession of a valid driver’s license. Possession of or the ability to obtain a Class “C” Wastewater Certification as issued by Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality within one year of date of hire. Graduation from an accredited high school or GED equivalent supplemented by additional technical training in the area of plant maintenance. Ten years experience in planning, developing and supervision of maintenance programs for major equipment; or any equivalent combination of experience and education with a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering substituting for five years experience.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.