• Field Service Technician

    Texas Disposal Systems and Garden-Ville
    Job Description
    In order to be considered for a position, you must submit an employment application online.  Please visit our careers page: www.texasdisposal.com/careers.

    JOB SUMMARY
    The Field Service Technician/Crusher Operator performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.  This position will maintain, diagnose and repair company assets, maintain repair order documentation and assist other maintenance personnel when required.  This position is also responsible for setting up, operating, and maintaining machines to crush and grind concrete.

    DUTIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) when and where required.
    Immediately report any safety violations and correct unsafe acts or conditions.
    Comply with company safety policies and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
    Perform routine maintenance and repairs as directed by maintenance team.
    Observe operation of equipment to ensure continuity of flow, safety, and efficient operation, and to detect malfunctions.
    Examine materials, ingredients, and products, visually or with hands, to ensure conformance to established standards.
    Move controls to start, stop, and adjust machinery and equipment that crushes, grinds, polishes, and blends materials.
    Clean, adjust and maintain equipment, using hand tools.
    Weigh or measure materials, ingredients, and products at specified intervals to ensure conformance to requirements.
    Read work orders to determine production specifications and information.
    Dislodge and clear jammed materials or other items from machinery and equipment, using hand tools.
    Tend accessory equipment, such as pumps and conveyors, to move materials and ingredients through production processes.
    Record data from operations, testing, and production on specified forms.
    Load materials into machinery and equipment, using hand tools.
    Clean work areas.
    Notify supervisors of needed repairs.
    Transfer materials, supplies, and products between work areas, using moving equipment and hand tools.
    Reject defective products and readjust equipment to eliminate problems.
    Inspect chains, belts, and scrolls for signs of wear.
    Test samples of materials and products to ensure compliance with specifications, using test equipment.
    Collect samples of materials and products for laboratory testing.
    Set mill gauges to specified fineness of grind.
    Mark bins as to types of mixtures stored.
    Turn valves to regulate the moisture contents of materials.
    Add and mix chemicals and ingredients for processing, using hand tools or other devices.
    Fuel and Lube all equipment on the 8 hour interval.
    Perform Technical Inspections and document findings.
    Perform Preventive Maintenance operations as required.
    Perform field maintenance repairs according to work pending reports, Vehicle Condition Reports (VCRs) and Preventative Maintenance (PM) schedules.
    Request parts required as necessary.
    Document repair operations and time tracking in accordance with company policies.
    Ensure service trucks are kept clean, organized, and maintained properly and ready for use at all times.
    Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
    One to three years’ industrial and heavy equipment maintenance experience, a technical degree, or military service in a related field;
    One year of related medium or heavy equipment experience and/or specialized training; 
    Excellent driving skills for heavy equipment;
    Ability to read and interpret documents such as a Vehicle Condition Reports (VCR), accident reporting and safety rules and procedures, operating instructions, procedure manuals, and other paperwork used in operations;
    Basic math skills;
    Ability to follow instructions;
    Available to work overtime when needed.
    Available to work at other locations, possibly out of town, when needed.
    Ability to communicate effectively in English with drivers, helpers, and supervisors;
    Must possess own tools or be willing to purchase tools; and
    Formal diesel or heavy equipment training.

    PREFERRED
    ASE Certifications in Diesel Automotive
    John Deer training certificates
    Caterpillar training certificates
    Case training certifications
    Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) certified
    Valid Texas Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)

    REQUIRED LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
    Valid Class C Texas driver’s license 
    Record of safe driving for the last three years as shown on current MVR, with no serious accidents or traffic violations
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