Apprentice I - Electro-Mechanic Specialist
Acushnet Company is the global leader in the design, development, manufacture, and distribution of performance-driven golf products. Today, we are the steward of two of the most revered brands in golf – Titleist, one of golf’s leading performance equipment brands, and FootJoy, one of golf’s leading performance wear brands.
We believe we are the most authentic and enduring company in the golf industry. Our mission – to be the performance and quality leader in every golf product category in which we compete!
Summary: Develop skills to succeed in the Electro-Mechanic job classification for ball manufacturing. May work independently and with trainers for a period not to exceed 12 months on most facets of the Electro-Mechanic responsibilities. Responsible for performing entry level troubleshooting and repair techniques on manufacturing equipment, and mechanical systems, electrical controls and PLC’s. Responsible for learning to analyze, troubleshoot, maintain, and repair complex equipment. Assist in modifications to existing machinery and equipment to facilitate new production techniques and or improved equipment reliability. Participate in preventive and predictive maintenance practices. Effectively work with others within the team environment to achieve team goals. Effectively communicate with co-workers and Team Leader. Perform all additional duties as assigned by Team Leader. Successful demonstration of skill sets, and business needs will determine promotion to Apprentice II.
- Learn to independently troubleshoot, repair, and rebuild all types of Electro-mechanical assemblies with proficiency and versatility. These assemblies may be manual or automatic and be inclusive with mechanical, electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic systems.
- Under the guidance of an Electro-Mechanic Specialist perform preventive maintenance as directed by equipment schedule. Perform mechanical repairs and electrical control repairs/replacements.
- Under the guidance of an Electro Mechanic Specialist perform troubleshooting by having the ability to isolate and distinguish sources of problems in plant production equipment using prints, schematics, and programs as well as communications with operators, engineers, Team Leaders or vendors.
- Attend job specific training sessions and classes as appropriate. Goals agreed upon between the academic program and the Team Leader.
- Required to maintain work records (work orders, PM's, materials, and parts transactions) in the computerized maintenance system.
- High school diploma or equivalent required, vocational training highly preferred.
- Commitment to completion of applicable internal TPC curriculum or approved associate degrees/college level certificate, supporting skills gap analysis. Interview with department manager is required.
- Demonstrated mechanical and electrical skills required. Experience maintaining and repairing industrial equipment preferred. Experience working with hand tools and power tools. Experience working with equipment such as boom lifts, scissor lifts, and forklifts is a plus.
- As an Electro Mechanic Apprentice I you will work directly under the supervision of a qualified Electro-Mechanic constructing, assembling, repairing and dismantling machinery and equipment such as pumps, electric motors, conveyors, fans/blowers, gear boxes, precision bearings, PLC’s. robots, integrated systems etc.
- Learn to read blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
- Diagnose, disassemble paint spray robots, unload assemblies, spraying system pumps, valves and repair/reassemble to original specifications.
- Using Electrical measuring devices to troubleshoot and diagnose automated systems.
- Using a laptop to diagnose PLC problems, load programs and registers, use laptop to troubleshoot and diagnose, setup, make adjustments to vision inspection systems and repair equipment.
- Setup integrated controllers on sub systems of equipment.
- Move machinery and equipment, using hoists, dollies, rollers, and trucks.
- Assemble machines, and bolts, welds, rivets, or otherwise fastening them to foundation or other structures, using hand tools and power tools.
- Repair and lubricate machines and equipment. Identify and replace worn or broken parts. May use hand tools or machine tools to rebuild/repair re-usable parts.
- Perform planned and preventative maintenance on various types of equipment such as: changes belts and filters; lubricates shafts, bearings, gears, motors, pumps; cleans air handling units, checks fan/blower cfm; performs various visual inspections, etc.
- Eagerness and willingness to learn and receive instruction/direction from qualified Electro-Mechanic or other skilled trades personnel.
- Working knowledge of job site safety as well as ability to complete a company specific safety orientation.
- Must have a high standard of integrity and professionalism.