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Oklahoma City, OK

Order: 20176
Summary: • Repair Technicians must understand motor electrical connections and power supply panels with the ability to operate safely to complete motor testing. The ability to use a megger, high potential tester, volt & amp meters. Must be able to read and record critical measurements with micrometers. Skilled in reading dial indicators, checking shaft and rotor runouts. Knowledge dismantling, inspecting, testing, troubleshooting, and assembling a variety of rotating equipment including, AC and DC motors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Measure and record mechanical fits using: calipers, indicators and micrometers. • Set-up and operate cutoff saws, band saws, arbor and hydraulic press, stand and surface grinders • Examines parts and estimates the time required to make repairs • Inspects completed machine work for accuracy • Able to balance rotors and armatures in stand balancer. Balance using portable balance equipment to perform trim balancing either on site or in shop. • Electric motor repair understanding the testing required; insulation to ground, polarization index, high potential testing, voltage and current measurements and equipment needed. • Able to work in overtime situations as required. • Safely operate various overhead cranes, forklifts, coil lifter, enerpac hydraulic system, and various hand held power tools. • Perform insulation resistance (megger), and other tests as required. • Perform preventive maintenance activities on all company equipment. • Operate vacuum ovens, Baker Surge tester, Core tester, hydraulic bearing pullers, forklifts and pallet jacks. • Operate high voltage test panel for test running motors. • Perform welding and brazing operations • Support supervisors with various other plant assignments as needed. • Other duties as assigned. Supervisory Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory responsibilities. Knowledge and Skill Requirements: • Basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills are required. This is normally acquired through a high school diploma or equivalent. • Knowledge of electric motor repair and/or manufacturing operations. Duties require verbal and written communication skills. • Ability to identify potential repair/manufacturing problems, and recommend potential solutions. • Ability to interpret blue prints and drawings. • Reading and interpreting nameplates and engineering instructions. • Ability to read and complete OD sheet checklists.