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Maintenance Mechanic/Stationary Engineer

Company:
Kersey & Associates, Inc.
Location:
Curtis Bay, Maryland, United States
Posted:
November 05, 2018

Description:

Maintenance Mechanic/Stationary Engineer

Company is a global company providing chemicals and expertise to operations around the world. We are committed to being our customers’ first choice by bringing sustainable value through improved product quality, better process and resource efficiency. We offer a result-oriented and collaborative culture that empowers you to drive excellence and innovation with a major impact on the future. If you have the right mix of curiosity, a drive for excellence and an innovative mindset, we want to talk to you about joining us

We are now looking for an experienced Maint. Mechanic/Stationary Engineer for our Industry & Water Segment’s manufacturing site in Baltimore, Maryland. The ideal candidates will have an intimate understanding of boiler operations, compressor operations, and associated systems. You should have experience in all aspects of maintenance within a manufacturing facility; ideally within the chemical industry. You will have been involved in maintenance activities on a daily basis in addition to boiler operations/maintenance in your current or previous employment and must have a current 1st Class Boiler’s Operator’s license for the state of Maryland. You should also be familiar with log keeping and maintenance documentation systems

Company’s Industry & Water Segment supports municipalities and water intensive industries in the efficient and sustainable utilization of resources. In water treatment, we help in optimizing every stage of the water cycle. In oil and gas applications, our chemistries enable improved yield from existing reserves and reduced water and energy use. This position is located at our Baltimore, Maryland site on Fort Armistead Road.

What we offer:

Career growth opportunity with an industry leader in water treatment

Competitive pay & benefits program, 128 hours per year of Paid Time Off in 1st year

Family medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance

Superior 401(k),

What you need:

High School education/equivalency & minimum 2 years’ combined industrial maint. experience

Maryland First Grade Stationary Engineers License required

Experience in chemical manufacturing environment preferred

Knowledge of electrical, welding, burning, pipe fabrication, and confined space entry preferred

Experience with pump maintenance, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems preferred