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Post Date
Nov. 19, 2021

Job ID
1118
Job Title
Turbocharger Service Technician (Machinist/Millwright)
Type
Permanent Full-Time

Location
Niagara Area
Salary
TBD

Position Description
We are partnered with a leading company in the Marine Industry who is in search of a full-time Machinist/Millwright to work primarily as a rotating equipment-Turbo Charger repair person. The successful candidate will have extensive and proven expertise in their trade with Turbo Charger repairs, including superior skills in the areas of rotating equipment overhauls and mechanical repairs. We are not looking for machine operators. The machinist / millwright / turbo charger technician will work hands-on with minimal supervision in both a shop environment and in the field and must be a self-starter. The individual will have the opportunity to grow within the company and with proven skill and capacity, will start as, or eventually fill a lead hand or foremen position. The machinist / machinery repair position will provide opportunity for challenge, growth, and reward.

Education
 
  • Superior skills, you must be a true specialist in rotating equipment/turbo charger overhaul and repairs and have experience with:
  • Large and medium engine turbo chargers, KBB, ABB, MAN, Napier etc.
  • Steam turbines of all makes
  • Gearboxes of all makes and sizes
  • Compressors
  • Impellor, vane, gear, piston and other types of pumps
  • Self-starter capable of working productively under no supervision
  • Excellent mathematical skills
  • Fluent English in both conversational and technical terms (written and oral)
  • Available and willing to work overtime as needed
  • Valid drivers license 

Requirements
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings, blueprints, charts and tables
  • Potential to machine precision parts from customer drawings
  • Reverse engineer parts/equipment from no drawing or material specifications
  • Identify and recommend innovative solutions to problems
  • Write and provide detailed technical service reports of the equipment repaired
  • Performing routine daily maintenance on equipment, inspection & records data.
  • Document and report deviations from specifications and tolerances
  • Report damaged or missing material/equipment
  • Follow the company's ISO 9001 related activities and programs
  • Ensure that all work is performed according to the company's and OHSA Safety Policies
  • Other duties as instructed by the mechanical/Manufacturing Shop Foreman

Additional Information
Please submit resumes to: christinep@theburkegroup.com