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  • Full Time
  • Quincy, IL
  • Posted on December 20, 2021

Website GD Energy Product

GD Energy Products – New Name, Same Legacy

Job Description

Maintenance Mechanic


  • Pay RAISES available after completion of training!
  • 24.78/hr. starting wages
  • 28.41/hr. after completion of training
  • 401K Matching 6% dollar for dollar
  • Accrued Vacation
  • Short Term Disability after 60 days of employment


Perform assembly, disassembly, troubleshooting, and repairs on all pump products. Reads work instructions, routers, and assemble finished and machined parts into a subassembly or major assembly for installation onto the final product.  Works closely with test cell to verify repairs were successful.

Essential Functions:

  • Works with limited supervision and follows standard procedures to assemble, disassemble, troubleshoot, and reassemble pumps.  Uses knowledge gained through significant on the job experience to assess and recommend solutions for pumps not performing to specification.
  • Reads work instructions to disassemble, troubleshoot, repair and reassemble parts into a subassembly or major assembly for installation onto the final product.
  • Reads non-conforming product reports (NCR) or other quality documents to identify product deficiencies; may create NCR or other similar documents and edit these documents to report findings and repairs performed to close out the NCR.
  • Checks alignments, clearances, bore size, welds, threads or damaged holes to determine what further work is needed.  Uses measuring instruments including mics and calipers to check dimensions.
  • Examines frames, fluid ends, and all components within each major or subassembly to identify damage requiring weld and/or machine work
  • Where applicable, must be able to perform NDT test per GD Energy Products work instructions
  • Hand finishes surfaces, using burr tools and abrasive cloth to make corrections and adjust bore sizes or clearances.  Uses various grinding tools to grind and polish surfaces back to a useable condition.
  • Visually checks entire pump and fluid end and all components to assure that all identified damage to the product has been corrected and is completed prior to release to the next production or test operation
  • Completes teardown, pre-assembly, builds and times various standard and specialty pumps.
  • Disassembles all main shafts. Dissembles and reassembles pumps and fluid ends.
  • May be assigned to Test Cell: Preps, installs and hook up of various standard and specialty pumps. (Diesel, Small or Electric)
  • May travel for field assignments, often with short notice.  Responsible for compliance with travel and expense policies and for timely submission of travel related expenses.  Must maintain valid driver license and eligibility to drive a Company vehicle (owned, leased, or rented).  Fully responsible for the care and return of any company tools or equipment issued for use in a field job
  • Serves as a resource with full knowledge regarding all assembly procedures and functions.  Trains new employees and mentor’s coworkers; shares knowledge gained through experience
  • Uses overhead hoist and other material handling equipment to move and position assemblies; may be forklift certified.
  • Performs all work in accordance with established safety and quality management procedures.
  • Regular attendance and compliance with all Company policies and rules is an essential      function for the job.  Overtime, including potential for nights and/or weekend shifts may be required.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned


Education/Training Required:

  • High school diploma or the equivalent preferred
  • On-site industrial forklift training and certification may be required within orientation & training period

 Skills/Experience Required:

  • Minimum 5 years combined experience in repairing and maintaining heavy industrial equipment. (strong preference for experience in pumps or similar manufacturing environment)
  • Demonstrated ability to safely and properly use forklifts, jib cranes, hoists, and overhead cranes to move and position materials.
  • Ability to correctly and accurately read and interpret blueprints and associated work instructions/specifications in order to perform repairs and inspect parts