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Mechanic in Irvington, NJ at Synerfac

Date Posted: 11/26/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Mechanic

Pump Mechanic

Industrial Mechanic



Our client is currently looking to fill several positions in their Industrial Maintenance Dept. The company provides services for rotating equipment and works within the Power, Pulp & Paper, and Wastewater Industries. Please review the information below and if you feel you have the experience my client is looking for please apply.


Position available for experienced Pump Mechanic with an industrial maintenance company in the Northern New Jersey that serves the NY/NJ Metropolitan area.

Position includes in-shop Disassembly, Inspection, Root Cause Failure Analysis and Assembly of Various types of Centrifugal Pumps.

Job Requirements

Job Requirements:


 Minimum of 5 years of experience in disassembly, cleaning, inspection and assembly of various types of centrifugal pumps
 Must be familiar with the replacement of different types of mechanical seals in our shop and in the field
 Must be able to rig pumps, motors, gearboxes and other equipment in and out of customers’ facility
 Proficient in the use of micrometers, vernier calipers, dial indicators and other precision measuring instruments
 Must be able to perform precision shaft alignment using dial indicators and/or laser
 Must be familiar with pump metallurgy fundamentals and rotating equipment operating clearances
 Must be able to prepare written report of actual findings that will include critical dimensions and recommendations for an overhaul
 Mandatory overtime on short notice
 High School diploma or equivalent
 Excellent communication and organizational skills.
 Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
 Basic computer and writing skills
 Own wrenches and sockets up to 1 ¼ “ drive
 Must agree to random drug and alcohol screening

This is a field position so it will require the individual to work on site at client facilities.

Hours will vary from project to project however very rarely you will be required to stay overnight.

You are paid from the time you clock in the morning until the time you clock out when you arrive back at the company.