Job Description If you are looking for a career which offers advancement and growth opportunities, look no further! Schnitzer Steel offers upward mobility, great benefits, and competitive compensation packages. Founded in 1906, Schnitzer Steel Industries has become one of the nation's largest recyclers of scrap metal. Today, Schnitzer operatesu00a0, including seven deep water ports u2013 on both U.S. coasts and in Hawaii and Puerto Rico u2013 which enable efficient delivery of processed scrap metals to steel mills and foundries around the world. In 2018, Schnitzer was named a for the 4th consecutive year by the Ethisphere Institute. This prestigious award is given exclusively to companies who demonstrate leadership in five key categories: ethics and compliance; corporate citizenship and responsibility; culture of ethics; governance; and leadership, innovation and reputation. Schnitzer is the only metals recycling company to be among the winners. This position offers competitive pay along with a variety of benefits including: medical, dental and vision plans for both you and your dependents; 401k with company match; paid time off which starts with your first check; and paid holidays. The Mechanic reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. The Technician is responsible for repairing and maintaining mechanical equipment by conducting quality control analysis to evaluate performance while ensuring that all of his/her efforts are compliant with the company Health, Safety, and Environmental standards. The Mechanic must possess knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance. This position operates under flexible parameters. The primary goal of this position is to achieve excellence in all facets of the position. Providing the highest quality product safely, effectively and efficiently decreases accidents and errors and increase profits. Required Skills Essential Functions Strictly adheres to all Metals Recycling Business Health, Safety, and Environmental standards. Environmental and Health & Safety (H&S) Provides a safe environment for all employees, customers and visitors. Repair and replace broken or malfunctioning components of machinery and equipment. Operational Performance & Best Business Practices Repair and maintain the operating condition of industrial production and processing machinery and equipment. Reassemble equipment after completion of inspections, testing, or repairs. Operate newly repaired machinery and equipment to verify the adequacy of repairs. Record repairs and maintenance performed. Repair and replace damaged or worn parts. Test mechanical products and equipment after repair or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturers' specifications. Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles. Read and understand operating manuals, blueprints, and technical drawings. Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices. Provide assistance throughout the yard as needed. Special Projects Performs special projects as assigned. Internal Control Responsibilities Supports the Company's Internal Control process which includes understanding, communicating, and complying with defined internal controls as well as suggesting and making modifications to the policies, procedures, and controls to better relate to the business. Communicates upward problems in operations, noncompliance with the code of conduct, or other policy violations or illegal actions. Supervisory Responsibilities This position does not encompass any supervisory responsibilities. Interpersonal Contacts Direct contact with Maintenance Supervisor, and operations production employees. Communicates via face-to-face interaction. Job Conditions This position is regularly exposed to all weather conditions. Physical hazards such as noise, fumes, and dirt are present due to the equipment, machinery, and scrap as would be found throughout the scrap yard. Safety shoes, hearing protection, respirators, and face shields must be worn to eliminate the risks associated with these hazards. Travel is not required for this position. Handling multiple issues regarding safety and maintenance increases pressure. Work load may be unpredictable and pressure can be substantial during peak times. Critical deadlines require considerable adaptability. Disturbances of work flow and/or irregularities in work schedule are expected and occur on an intermittent basis. Extra hours may be required, sometimes on weekends, weekdays, and holidays. Physical Activities Required to Perform Essential Functions Ability to: stand for up to 12 hours a day; lift and carry up to 50 pounds occasionally; crouch or bend at the knees occasionally to increase visibility; stoop or bend at the waist occasionally to increase visibility; reach at arms length frequently or overhead occasionally; twist and turn at the neck and trunk; walk frequently on uneven ground; handle and grasp tools and parts continually; communicate by speech and hearing continually. Visual acuity needed for close detail work. Mental dexterity needed as Mechanic will work independently while demonstrating attention to detail and continuous awareness. Required Experience All U.S. applicants must be 18 years of age or older and all Canada applicants must be 16 years of age or older. Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. participates in e-verify for all U.S. new hires. Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. administers a pre-employment drug screen and background check for U.S. new hires. All new hires must review and sign an Arbitration Agreement. This applies to all U.S. non-union employees. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, disability status, national origin or ancestry, veteran status, age, prior industrial injury, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected status under local, state or federal law.