Field Technician - Class A 8/11/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONJob purpose:
Lead and train other technicians while performing assigned jobs. Promote good attitudes and aesthetics that are represented of WPI. Daily communication to customer of progress or any special circumstances that has delayed job in completing in the set time. Promote safe work practices and insure that JSA and all HSE requirements for job are followed. Fill out detailed daily service tickets reports, review with customer and have signed daily. Keep your supervisor/management informed of job progression daily. Tag and turn in all warranty, or core part items for processing immediately upon completion of job, to include all unit information (i.e. serial #, location, customer, engine hours, etc.).
Duties and responsibilities:
The Field Technician Class A is responsible and accountable for, but not limited to, the following:
Perform tasks as assigned by supervisor/management and or lead technician.
Responsible for development of other technicians.
Able to read schematics, blueprints, sketches, drawing and specifications
Determines the best possible procedure to perform job safely and effectively
Perform GEW Service Bulletin upgrades as set by factory.
Inspects own work at each step checking tolerances and correct fit.
Demonstrates excellent productivity for job task being performed.
Complete all required paperwork including labor reporting and documentation of quality control and material movement.
Work safely and maintain the work with high standards of housekeeping.
Performs required Preventative Maintenance activities on machinery and/or equipment operated, air tools, air compressor, truck, crane, etc
LO/TO of every job assigned and reviewed with crew.
Must own basic tooling for position, (open end and boxed end wrenches from 1/4 -2), (3/8, 1/2 and 3/4 ratchet and socket sets), (Air impacts 3/8, 1/2), (Screw drivers sets), Hammers, sledges, and a fluke 87 volt ohm meter, at a minimum).
Aid customers as requested and approved by lead technician.
Other duties as may be assigned by supervisor/management.