Maintenance Facilities Technician

L3Harris

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L3Harris is dedicated to recruiting and developing diverse, high-performing talent who are passionate about what they do. Our employees are unified in a shared dedication to our customers’ mission and quest for professional growth. L3Harris provides an inclusive, engaging environment designed to empower employees and promote work-life success. Fundamental to our culture is an unwavering focus on values, dedication to our communities, and commitment to excellence in everything we do.

About L3Harris Technologies: 

L3Harris Technologies is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies across air, land, sea, space and cyber domains. L3Harris has approximately $17 billion in annual revenue, 50,000 employees and customers in more than 130 countries. L3Harris.com

Job Title: Maintenance/Facilities Technician

Job Code: AS20201009-50479

Job Location: Batavia, OH

Job Description:

Performs repairs and maintenance in plant or office facilities, or on machines and equipment. Typically performs work in one or more of the maintenance trades: carpentry, plumbing, painting, machine and equipment repair, electrical, sheet metal fabrication, and welding. Conducts routine, periodic, or special inspections to determine repair and maintenance work necessary to prevent breakdowns of facilities, machinery, and equipment. Uses hand and power tools. Tests, inspects, troubleshoots, and repairs machines and equipment. Uses blueprints, sketches, layouts, wiring diagrams, drawings, and specifications.

Work Schedule: Tuesday through Friday – Hours: 4:00PM to 1:30 AM – 2nd shift

Essential Functions: 

  • Repairs, constructs, installs, troubleshoots, and maintains routine electrical systems and equipment.
  • Troubleshoots electrical malfunctions, inspects circuits and wiring for shielding and grounding, and tests electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Uses blueprints, drawings, layout, or other specifications, and electrical hand tools and voltage- measuring and recording devices.
  • Repairs and maintains structures and equipment in industrial and commercial establishments working from detailed blueprints, drawings, and oral instructions.
  • Performs rough to finished carpentry work on buildings, office partitions, benches, scaffolding, framework, platforms, and trim.
  • Operates tools such as electrical saws, routers, drills, lathes, borers and sanders.
  • Makes shop computations relating to dimensions of work and selects necessary materials.
  • Determines defects in, repairs, and maintains heating, water, and drainage systems in industrial or commercial establishments.
  • Inspects high-pressure, air, steam, water, and gas systems to ascertain malfunctions; repairs or replaces plumbing fixtures such as sinks, commodes, water heaters and hot water tanks; replaces washers; mends or replaces burst or leaky pipes; tests joints and pipe systems for leaks; opens clogged drains; measures, cuts, threads, bends, reams, and installs pipe and pipe fittings.
  • Uses plumber's tools such as snakes, wrenches, plungers, pipe threaders, etc.
  • Maintains knowledge of local codes.
  • Prepares surfaces for painting; Applies coats of paint, varnish, stains, enamel, or lacquer to decorate and protect interior or exterior surfaces, trimming, and fixtures of new and old buildings, structures, and equipment of industrial or commercial establishments. Paints surfaces using brushes and paint rollers.
  • Erects and works from scaffolding is required.
  • Dismantles, moves, assembles, installs, and repairs industrial machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, drawings, or verbal instructions.
  • Moves machinery and equipment using dollies, rollers, and trucks; aligns machines; performs scheduled inspection and maintenance.
  • Sets up and operates machine tools and fabrication machinery to rework or make new parts.
  • Diagnoses trouble.
  • Repairs, alters, and overhauls and re-assembles intricate mechanisms and machines.
  • Uses common precision measuring instruments and gauges.
  • Welds metal objects together by means of an oxyacetylene torch or arc welder apparatus to fabricate metal shapes or articles or to repair broken or cracked metal objects.
  • Working from specifications, drawings, prints, or welding symbols, may also lay out guide lines or marks on metal parts and may cut metal with a cutting torch.
  • Direct/ assist spill control activities.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Troubleshoots electrical malfunctions, inspects circuits and wiring for shielding and grounding, and tests electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Uses blueprints, drawings, layout, or other specifications, and electrical hand tools and voltage- measuring and recording devices.
  • Repairs and maintains structures and equipment in industrial and commercial establishments working from detailed blueprints, drawings, and oral instructions.
  • Performs rough to finished carpentry work on buildings, office partitions, benches, scaffolding, framework, platforms, and trim.
  • Operates tools such as electrical saws, routers, drills, lathes, borers and sanders.
  • Makes shop computations relating to dimensions of work and selects necessary materials.
  • Determines defects in, repairs, and maintains heating, water, and drainage systems in industrial or commercial establishments.
  • Inspects high-pressure, air, steam, water, and gas systems to ascertain malfunctions; repairs or replaces plumbing fixtures such as sinks, commodes, water heaters and hot water tanks; replaces washers; mends or replaces burst or leaky pipes; tests joints and pipe systems for leaks; opens clogged drains; measures, cuts, threads, bends, reams, and installs pipe and pipe fittings.
  • Uses plumber's tools such as snakes, wrenches, plungers, pipe threaders, etc.
  • Maintains knowledge of local codes.
  • Prepares surfaces for painting; Applies coats of paint, varnish, stains, enamel, or lacquer to decorate and protect interior or exterior surfaces, trimming, and fixtures of new and old buildings, structures, and equipment of industrial or commercial establishments. Paints surfaces using brushes and paint rollers.
  • Erects and works from scaffolding is required.
  • Dismantles, moves, assembles, installs, and repairs industrial machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, drawings, or verbal instructions.
  • Moves machinery and equipment using dollies, rollers, and trucks; aligns machines; performs scheduled inspection and maintenance.
  • Sets up and operates machine tools and fabrication machinery to rework or make new parts.
  • Diagnoses trouble.
  • Repairs, alters, and overhauls and re-assembles intricate mechanisms and machines.
  • Uses common precision measuring instruments and gauges.
  • Welds metal objects together by means of an oxyacetylene torch or arc welder apparatus to fabricate metal shapes or articles or to repair broken or cracked metal objects.
  • Working from specifications, drawings, prints, or welding symbols, may also lay out guide lines or marks on metal parts and may cut metal with a cutting torch.
  • Direct/ assist spill control activities.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Vocational or relevant training in at least one of the following trades: Electrical, Building/Grounds Maintenance, Mechanical, or Plumbing. 
  • Requires a High School Diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 4 years of prior relevant experience or 2 years post-Secondary/Associates Degree with 0 to 2 years of prior related experience.
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