Electrical Intern

Program Summary: The Johns Manville McPherson Internship is a 12-week program designed to deliver real world industrial maintenance experience. Interns will be required to provide their own tools and work alongside senior mechanics/electricians on a daily basis in order to learn basic equipment, systems, and procedures. If required, Johns Manville McPherson will work to ensure the internship program can be completed as a capstone or equivalent experience to complete a degree or certification course.
Job Summary: Performs routine and less complex inspections, maintenance, and repairs to machinery, equipment, systems, buildings, facilities and physical structures under guidance of a fully trained mechanic/electrician. Must be proficient in job classification and be able to assist, under supervision in other job skills when it is a requisite for job completion. Working with simple blueprints, diagrams, sketches and from general verbal and written instructions, according to established operating procedures, performs the following duties while cooperating with all levels within the organization in support of the four Johns Manville core values: People, Passion, Performance and Protection. This position supports and promotes safe practices and environmental commitments in alignment with company commitments, policies, and compliance requirements.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties may be assigned.)
Uses safe work practices including the use of eye, ear, respiratory and foot protection equipment as needed. Reports hazardous conditions at all times.
Keeps equipment and work areas clean and orderly at all times.
Works in a professional manner with all other employees.
Clearly follows instructions and works professionally with senior mechanics/electricians in all aspects of the job.
Following instructions from the Supervisor or a higher-rated mechanic/electrician, makes minor repairs and adjustments to machinery and equipment as are necessary to keep it in operation. As directed, removes from service machinery and equipment which require major repair or which cannot be repaired while in operation or position. Assists higher-rated mechanic/electrician in making major repairs and reinstalling machinery and equipment. Makes minor and less complex repairs alone or with assistance.
Prepares, reads, interprets, and follows basic blueprints, diagrams and sketches, making all measurements and calculations necessary to complete job.
Assists with general construction, systems work, masonry, carpentry and painting work using appropriate materials and hand, power, portable and stationary tools and equipment. Assists with water treatment and fire protection equipment tests following prescribed methods. Adds materials and makes corrections and repairs based on test results.
Performs all types of available maintenance and repair work that is essential to efficient operation of the plant.
Assists with preventive and predictive maintenance work, as well as troubleshooting and reactive repairs.
Assists with inspections on machinery and equipment while in operation, diagnosing faulty operation.
Fills out work orders, requisitions, inspection reports, etc., and performs other clerical duties necessary to maintain proper records relative to the work performed.
Must possess and maintain the necessary tools for above classification where required and be proficient in their use and care.
Follows the Lean Production methods.
The above sets forth the major work performed and serves the purpose of recording those items of work for job evaluation rating. It is understood that other work and duties not specifically listed may be assigned by supervisors.

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