PDS is seeking an Tool Repair Specialist II for an open position in Savannah, GA.
Accomplish repairs on small tools to ensure timely and cost efficient completion so the tools can be delivered back to the proper department. Continue learning to repair the more complicated tools. Provide assistance to all team members.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions: 1. Under general supervision perform routine repair and maintenance on identified minor property tools (rivet guns, grinders, drills, screw guns, etc). 2. Assist the Tool Repair Specialist III (TRS III) in maintaining adequate inventory levels of spare parts. 3. Accurately enter electronic data into maintenance log. 4. Collaborate with peers, touch labor and technical support personnel to identify and eliminate negative tool issues. 5. Ensure that all tools leave the repair department with all applicable safety features attached. 6. Understand and support 5S practices throughout all phases of the job.
Education and Experience Requirements:
High school diploma/GED. Basic understanding of the dynamics of hydraulic pressure and flow. Must be fully capable of reading industry standard air tool blueprints and tool breakdown spec. sheets. Three (3) year related training in tool repair or equivalent experience.
Additional Functions: 1. Assist with the training of Tool Repair Specialist I. 2. Performs other duties as assigned.
Other Requirements: 1. Requires manual dexterity and the capability of lifting up to 50 lbs. 2. Possess a valid state drivers license.
Unique Skills: Unique skills: Required A tool repair spec. must have strong mechanical and technical aptitude. Problem solving skills and close attention to detail. Additionally, power tool repair technicians must have active listening skills to understand customer problems. A tool repair spec. diagnoses and makes repairs to/ but not limited to/ air, hydraulic and electric-powered tools, such as band saws, drills, and rivet guns. They must have the ability to read and understand technical manuals, disassemble tools, and use testing devices to identify problems. They will be responsible for rebuilding or replacing defective mechanical parts. Tool repair specialist also must prepare paperwork, maintain reports and keep stock of parts and inventory. Basic computer skills/Microsoft programs.