Determine the repair status of customer returned material in
accordance with established policies and procedures.
Read and interpret engineering or production drawings,
catalogues, or other pertinent data in order to assemble and/or
repair product in accordance with the applicable specifications.
Disassemble and/or reassemble product using mechanical assembly
hand tools including screwdrivers, wrenches, pneumatic drivers,
special tools, etc.
Use inspection tools such as vernier calipers, micrometers, tape
measures, torque wrenches, multimeters, plug gauges, dial
indicators, thread ring gauges, thread plug gauges, flowmeters, etc.
Examine form, fit and function of parts for conformance to specifications.
Lubricate and clean parts.
Functionally test customer returned material for proper function
using pneumatic service units, fittings, valves, sensors,
accessories, test hardware and software.
Identify product to indicate correct identification, or
inspection and test status, using appropriate tags or labels.
Assure a timely response and feedback to the resolution of repair
issues to management.
Assist with building maintenance when required.
Overtime may be required for a short or long term duration, as
business needs mandate.