Thermaflex, a division of Flexible Technologies, and a leading manufacturer of products for the home appliance, medical, HVAC and industrial markets is recruiting for a Class C Mechanic Apprentice Position for our Phoenix, AZ location.
The Class C Mechanic Apprentice provides assistance on general and preventive maintenance of facilities, production and process equipment by working with Class A Mechanics and Technicians to continue craft training.
Assist with the maintenance of utility systems, buildings, in-plant assembly, relocation or modification of equipment.
Dismantles equipment or units to the extent of repair required and reassembles.
Alters or adapts standard equipment to special purposes by constructing devices or attachments.
Assists with installation and repair of electrical circuits, conduits and motors. Repairs various types of electrical motors by replacing defective parts. Assists Class A Mechanics with compressors, gas systems, waste and water treatment systems.
Performs machining operations by using shop equipment to product various routine tools or machine parts to close tolerance. Welds to make repairs or parts.
Assists with building repairs including but not limited to: painting, lighting, landscaping, plumbing, drywall, roofing, flooring, furniture, appliances, etc.
Performs repair and maintenance duties under direction of Class A Mechanics, Lead person, Supervisor or Manager.
May be required to obtain additional outside educational training as recommended by management.
Qualifications: Self-starter and detail oriented, able to follow instructions and complete tasks safely, correctly and efficiently.
Education: Training in related field preferred
Experience: 1 – 2 years preferred
Skills: Proficient in at least two of the skilled crafts
Proficient in use of complicated shop equipment, such as lathes, drill presses, milling machine, shapers, welders
Special Requirements: Requires lift truck licensing
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