Building Maintenance Mechanic
Location:
Waco , Texas
Posted:
February 03, 2017
Reference:
39314
The Building Maintenance Mechanic must be able to demonstrate performance of essential job functions.
  • Extensive facilities maintenance experience in boilers, refrigeration (preferably anhydrous ammonia), wastewater treatment, water filtration, air compressors, electrical systems, plant fire protection system and hydraulics.
  • Ability to troubleshoot maintenance-related problems.
  • Must be able to see and hear plant equipment.
  • Able to understand and follow instructions closely.
  • Working knowledge of hand and power tools.
  • Able to read and understand blueprints and schematics.
  • Ability to recognize defective parts.
  • Ability to distinguish machine sounds, to detect potential mechanical issues.
  • Able to move and carry 50 pounds.
  • Ability to work on elevated surfaces.
  • Able to work in extreme temperatures and noise levels.
  • Able to pass an annual physical and respiratory test.
  • Must have strong problem solving skill, and the ability to work efficiently under stressful situations.
  • Must be able to work whatever schedule is needed.
  • Able to use a computer and its associated software.
  • Able to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to recognize future problems as they relate to plant utilities equipment.
  • Basic understanding of programmable logic controllers (PLC's).


Function Related Activities / Key responsibilities: Shift Flexibility Required
  • Understand the theory and operation of the plant fire protection system, ammonia refrigeration system, air compressor system, water and wastewater treatment system, and the steam boiler system.
  • Gain advanced knowledge of anhydrous ammonia as a refrigerant, its properties and safety thresholds.
  • Properly uses and applies Process Safety Management (PSM).
  • Identify and assist in the implementation of safety or other projects as required.
  • Be an active member of the Hazardous Chemical Response Team.
  • Ability to identify and purge all refrigeration systems.
  • Operate all facilities support equipment safely and efficiently.
  • Ability to identify, troubleshoot, and make recommendations of plant utilities equipment.
  • Understand the theory of sterilization operation.
  • Properly manage parts use and inventory.
  • Gain understanding of the principles of Thermodynamics and how it affects ammonia refrigeration and boiler systems.
  • Understand the theory and operation of the plant from start to finish.
  • Manage predictive and preventive maintenance practices on facilities support equipment such as boilers, ammonia compressors, air compressors, and water and wastewater treatment systems.
  • Use computer and associated software to operate plant utility equipment.
  • Properly conduct all shift responsibilities.
  • Perform water treatment tests to maintain and operate condenser cooling towers and associated equipment.
  • Understand environmental requirements and operate systems accordingly.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely to others.
  • Properly startup, maintain, and shutdown refrigeration equipment, both in normal operation and in emergency situations.
  • Ability to use Infrared device to troubleshoot and maintain condensate traps and associated equipment.
  • Implement and track energy savings plans and performance.
  • Prefer industrial plant maintenance experience.

Leadership Behaviors:
  • DRIVE INNOVATION: Generate new or unique solutions and embrace new ideas that help sustain our business
  • COLLABORATE WITH SYSTEM, CUSTOMERS, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS: Develop and leverage relationships with stakeholders to appropriately stretch and impact the System (Company and Bottler)
  • ACT LIKE AN OWNER: Deliver results, creating value for our brands, our System, our customers and key stakeholders
  • INSPIRE OTHERS: Inspire people to deliver our mission and 2020 Vision, demonstrate passion for the business and give people a reason to believe anything is possible
  • DEVELOP SELF AND OTHERS: Develop self and support others' development to achieve full potential


Honesty and integrity have always been cornerstone values of The Coca-Cola Company. Our passion for people of integrity mirrors our spirited drive for total quality in our brands. These and other elements allow the company to sustain strategic practices and drive business performance. The Personnel Integrity Assurance Program is another step toward making The Coca-Cola Company the premier workplace. This process includes a pre-employment background investigation that applies to all applicants employees and contractors of the company. The scope of this inquiry may cover such elements as education employment history a criminal history check reference checks and a pre-employment drug screen. Designated countries or sensitive positions within the company may have more stringent standards.

At The Coca-Cola Company you can cultivate your career in a challenging and dynamic environment. We are the largest manufacturer and distributor of nonalcoholic drinks in the world-selling more than 1 billion drinks a day. Unlock your full potential with a future-focused company that is known and respected throughout the world.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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