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Maintenance Mechanic A BE Tarb

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Job Summary

Company
Johnson Controls
Location
Tarboro, NC
Industries
Other/Not Classified
Job Type
Full Time
Employee
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Job Reference Code
4307_134031

Maintenance Mechanic A BE Tarb

About the Job





















Air System Components, Inc.



 


JOB DESCRIPTION / JOB FUNCTION ANALYSIS



Job


Department: 


Production


Job Title:   Maintenance Technician


Job Type/ Code:


 


 

































Employee:


   


Location:


 


Dominance:


R/L


Schedule:


X


Full-time



 


Part-time


Shift:


8 - 12 hr. 


Overtime:


0-20



Hrs/wk.



Supervisor:


 


Title:


 


Ph:


 


 











I.  Job Summary/ Objective


 


 








































II. Identification of Job Functions


A.  ESSENTIAL Functions and Tasks:


(Percentages are based on 8-10 hour workdays.)



Essential functions are core to this position, performed more frequently, not able to be reassigned, or can not be redesigned or performed in another way.  “Attendance is an essential function of all positions.  Employee must have regular, reliable, punctual, consistent and predictable attendance.  Employee must be able to work regular hours or shifts; overtime; before and after regular hours and shifts; and on weekends.


1.


Trouble shoots and repairs mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and/or pneumatic equipment


25


2.


Performs preventive maintenance on machines to prevent unexpected breakdown


20


3.


Operates machines to perform required operations


15


4.


Moves from work station to work station as production needs require


20


5.


Reads and uses work instructions, prints and schematics to repair machines to specifications


20


 



























B.  Non-Essential Functions and Tasks:


Non-essential functions are of less importance to this position, performed less frequently, able to be reassigned, or the function can be redesigned or performed in another way.


1.


Keeps areas clean – general housekeeping


2.


Keeps maintenance shop clear of debris


 3.


Monitors area and machine and notifies supervisor of problems


 4.


Communicates effectively with peers and supervisor to work effectively and efficiently.


 




























III. Qualification Standards



Education:



High school diploma


Safety Requirements:


All incidents or near misses, no matter how minor they may appear shall be reported to the supervisor, coordinator and /or HSE contact immediately. Personal Protective Equipment shall be worn at all time (safety glasses, steel toe safety shoes, hearing protection,  long sleeve tapered shirts, long pants and gloves). Follow all company policies and safety rules as trained.  


Licenses/ Certification:


 Powered Industrial Truck and/or Electric Pallet Jack license may be required for some positions.


Prior Experience:


 Prior experience in plant.


Abilities & Skills:


English language speaking capability for effective communication with others plus the ability to read, interpret, and understand the following documents written in English: 


  • Standard work instructions and operating procedures with visuals;

  • Machine and hand tool operation instructions;

  • Safety procedures and instructions including, but not limited to, posted emergency evacuation instructions, hazardous chemical labeling, PPE use and maintenance, MSDS’s, and relevant OSHA regulations; and

  • Product line drawings as applicable.


Math skills capability for performing basic arithmetic calculations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions and percentages.


 









 The following frequency key denotes the frequency that each activity is performed daily.


         Frequency Key:               N = Never


S = Seldom (less than .5 hour per day)

O = Occasionally (.5 to 3 hours per day)

F = Frequently (3 to 6 hours per day)

C = Continuously (more than 6 hours per day)


 

































































































































IV. Physical Demands




A-1.  Postures/ Movements:  During ESSENTIAL Functions


 


Freq.


Duration


Tasks


Sitting


 N


 


 


Walking


0


2-3 hours


Must move from department to department


Standing


F


3-6 hours


 


Kneeling


N


 .


 .


Crawling


N


 


 


Bending


O


1-2 hours


 


Squatting


N


 


 


Climbing


N


 


 


Balancing


 N


 .


 .


Lying Down


 N


 


 


Twist at Waist


 F


3-6 hours


 


Walk on Uneven Ground


N


 


 


Operate Foot Controls


S


.5-1 hour*


*Operate and cycle machines


Reach- Above Shoulder


O


3-6 hours


May reach to retrieve tools


Reach-At/Below Shoulder


O


3-6 hours


May reach to tools or parts


Neck Extension (up)


O


3-6 hours


May look up to retrieve tools or parts


Neck Flexion (down)


O


1-2 hours


Must look down to evaluate machines


Neck Rotation (turning)


F


4-6 hours


Must look right and/or left to evaluate machinnes


Comments:


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B-1.  Lifting:  During ESSENTIAL Functions                          * Indicates with assistance


Weight in Pounds



Below Waist



Waist/ Chest



Above Shoulder



Examples of Objects Lifted



Up to 10



 


X


 


Tools, parts and equipment


11-25


 


X


 


Tools, parts and equipment


26-50


 


X


 


Tools, parts and equipment (with mechanical and/or co-worker)


51-75


 


 


 


  


76-100


 


 


 


  


Over 100


 


 


 


  


Comments:


 


Heaviest item lifted alone by Employee:  25


 Unit on pivot point


Weight:


50


Pounds


 
































































C-1.  Carrying:    During ESSENTIAL Functions                  * Indicates with assistance


Pounds


Freq.


Distance


Examples of Objects Carried


Up to 10



 F


1-10 ft


Tools, parts and equipment


11-25


O


1-2 ft


Tools, parts and equipment


26-50


O


1-2 ft


Tools, parts and equipment (with mechanical and/or co-worker)


51-75


 


 


 


76-100


 


 


 


Over 100


 


 


 


Comments:


Parts may be carried from machine to work station or pushed on carts..


Heaviest item carried alone:


Hand tools


Weight:


5


Pounds


Distance:


10’


 



 










































































V.  Hand Activities


During Essential Functions


Frequency


Duration: The time an activity is performed at one time.   


Right


Left


Either


Duration


Examples During ESSENTIAL Functions:


Fine Manipulation


X


X


X


6-8 hrs


 


Keyboard


X


X


X


2 hrs


May be required in some positions


Simple Grasp


X


X


X


6-8 hrs


 .


Power Grasp


 


 


 


 


 .


Pushing/Pulling


X


X


X


3-6hrs


 


Driving/Steering


X


X


X


.5 – 1 hr


 


Comments:


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VI. Mental and Psychological Demands


 


Essential



Comment



Basic Work

Abilities:


Comprehend and follow verbal and written instructions.


X


 


Maintain the established work pace.


 X


 


Adhere to established work and safety procedures.


 X


 


Respond appropriately to direction, feedback, or criticism.


 X


 


Respond appropriately to changes in the work setting.


 X


 


Attention to Task & Details:


Perform simple/ repetitive tasks.


 X


 


Perform complex/ varied tasks.


 X


 


Organize tasks and set priorities.


 X


 


Manage multiple tasks simultaneously.


 X


Some positions


Interaction with Others:


Work cooperatively with coworkers.


 X


 


Interact with customers or the public.


 X


 


Give training/ instruction.


 X


 


Lead, direct or supervise others.


 X


 


Decision

Making:


Use basic problem-solving techniques.


 X


 


Work autonomously, or with minimal supervision.


 X


Some positions


Make independent decisions based on data/ circumstances.


 X


 


Comments:


Pre-shift meetings are used to remind employees of expectations and to review any safety issues that seem to have lapsed during a shift.


 









































































































































VII. Communication and Sensory Demands



Method


Freq.



Function #’s: ESSENTIAL tasks



Comments



Sight


C


1


2


3


4


5


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Smell


N


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Hearing


N


X


X


 


X


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Speaking


N


X


X


 


X


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Reading


F


X


X


X


X


X


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Writing


O


X


X


X


 


X


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Math


O


X


X


X


 


X


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Comments:


Sight is important to avoid injuries. Reading and writing skills are required so employees can see PPE and safety warnings and also for recording.


 


































































































VIII. Environmental Conditions



 


Freq.



During ESSENTIAL Functions



Comments


Indoors


 C


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


 


Outdoors


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


 


Work at Heights


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


 


Cold


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


For outside work


Heat


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


For outside work


Humidity/Wetness


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


For outside work


Dust/Wind


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


For outside work


Excessive Noise


C  


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


Earplugs required


Vibration


O


1,  2,  3


 


Gas/Fumes/Odors


O


1,  2,  3


PPE required


Chem./Biohazards


O


1,  2,  3


PPE required


Electrical Hazards


O


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


Arc Flash gear required


Explosive Hazards


S


1,  2,  3


PPE required


Mechanical Hazards


C


1,  2,  3,  4,  5


Laceration hazard – gloves required


 






























IX. Job Hazard Analysis


 


Yes


No


Comments


Has a Job Hazard Analysis been performed for this Position?


X


 


 


Has the Job Hazard Analysis been reviewed in the past 12 months?


X


 


 


Comments:


Review Job Hazard Analysis with employee.


 


















































X. Safety and Equipment Training



Safety Equipment

       and/or Attire:


Ear plugs/muffs; safety glasses; gloves; protective sleeves, long pants, leather shoes, steel toed shoes required in some positions, 


 


Training


Frequency


Safety Training:


 PPE Refresher


Annually


 Hazard Communication and MSDS


Annually


 Machine Guarding


Annually


 Hand Tool Operation


Annually


 Bloodbourne Pathogens


Annually


 Lockout/Tagout - Authorized


Annually


 Lockout/Tagout - Affected


Annually


Comments:


All PPE is provided to employees pre-shift or as needed.  All training performed when hired and when new equipment is introduced.


 





































XI.  Operation of Vehicles or Transportation Equipment/Machinery




During ESSENTIAL Functions



Freq.



Comments



Motor Vehicles.


O


 


Forklift


O


 


Pallet Jack


O


 


Scissor Lift


O


 


Comments:


 


 
























































































XII.  Work Schedule & Setting



Hours per day:


8-12


Weekend days/month:


2-4


Rest Break(s):


2-3 @ 10


minutes


Days per 2 weeks:


10-12


Overtime hours/week:


0-20


Meal Break:


30


minutes


# EE’s at work site:


279


Supervise/Lead: # of Staff:


10-55


 


Brief Description of Work Site:


Manufacturing facility performing work    Operating schedule, break and lunch times vary based on demand and facility needs.


 



%


 


%


 


Site Characteristics:



Informal



80



Formal


20


Informal + Formal = 100 %



Individual Effort


90


Teamwork



10


Individual Effort + Team = 100%


Familiar Tasks


80


Variable Tasks


20


Familiar + Variable = 100 %


Slow Pace


0


Moderate Pace


80


Fast Pace


20


Slow  + Mod + Fast Pace  = 100%


Low Pressure


0


Mod. Pressure


90


High Pressure


10


Low + Mod + High Pressure = 100%


Comments:


Production flow must be maintained.


 
















XIII.  Job Analysis Certification


The contents of this job analysis are identified and contributed by employer representatives who perform or supervise this job function through performance and observation of work. The facility HSE Contact gathers data from their observations and those of the employees, supervisors and Managers and submits the information to the  Director of Safety & Security.  The Director of Safety and Security serves to objectively gather data review and compile the final job function analysis.  Appendix A is completed by each facility indicating those employees involved in performing the job analysis.  Appendix A is submitted to the Director of Safety and Security with the facility comments.


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Date:











 

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