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As a Sr. Crane Technician on our Field Service team, you will be the primary interface with customers after projects are complete. This highly technical, dedicated team ensures maximum up-time of equipment for our customers, while also identifying potential sales for aging equipment or where enhancements or modifications might be needed. We manage a variety of systems including standard products and custom projects in the material handling, robotics, aerospace, environmental, and other applications.
A typical Crane Technician is responsible for inspection, service and repairs of overhead, revolver and nuclear cranes. In addition, they are responsible for planning and coordinating routine inspections, repairs resulting from inspections, execution of aftermarket upgrades and commissioning of standard PAR products within the industry.
In this unique opening, you will be a part of an installation team to remove and replace crane rails and cranes in a DOD facility in the Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas area. This is a full-time position through the duration of the project offering competitive, full time employee benefits. We anticipate this project based role will go through June 2024 with the potential to extend into a Sr. Field Service role following the duration of the project. In this role you will get to work our Project Management team, Safety Coordinator, and Quality Inspector as you lead daily activities including the oversite and planning activities of Subcontractors performing the labor in the install.
High School diploma or equivalent
5-10 years of Environmental/ Nuclear cranes experience, material handling, robotics, or other automated applications (preferred)
Strong background in AC, DC and VFD motor control systems
Proficient in electrical system troubleshooting including the use of multi-meters, amp probes and phase detectors in an industrial setting.
Ability to read blueprints, schematics, and wire diagrams
Computer skills to include MS Word and Excel
Excellent verbal and written communication, organization, and time management skills.
Understanding of LO/TO safety requirements, OSHA standards and NFPA 70 E code
Familiarity with OSHA, ANSI and CMAA codes or regulations
Travel up to 75% (if additional project work is available at the conclusion of this project)
Associate degree in Industrial Electricity, Electronic Engineering Technology or related field or equivalent vocation/technical training and experience (preferred)
Mechanical experience with gear reducers and drive systems (preferred)
Sitting, standing, and walking frequently for up to 10 to 12 hours a day.
Ability to climb up and down ladders
Lifting or carrying between 25-45 lbs
Reaching overhead, at or above shoulder level intermittently
Working at heights up to 40ft+ in the air
Stooping, crouching, and kneeling 20-30% of the day
Fine manipulation of fingers 5-10% of the day
Working on unleveled surfaces in environments with minimal lighting