Pipefitter

As a Maintenance Pipefitter, you will be responsible for supporting the manufacturing process by trouble shooting, preventative maintenance and repair of all tire-related manufacturing, processing machinery and equipment. You will also be responsible for related safety and housekeeping obligations throughout the facility.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

Layout, assemble, install, maintain and troubleshoot pipe systems, process equipment, pipe supports, and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment for steam, hot water, heating, cooling lubricating, sprinkling and plant productions equipment and systems including water, air, steam, gas and various chemicals
Understand and apply knowledge relating to the principles of pumps and bearings, valves of all types, pneumatic and hydraulic controls for both high and low-pressure systems
Repair/replace equipment (e.g., valves, hydraulics, cooling systems, motor parts)
Use stock and die or pipe threading machine and necessary craft hand tools in performance of work
Interpret blueprints, sketches, layouts, piping diagrams, or specifications
Measure and make sketches for parts or piping, lay out center lines, butt, drill, tap and align holes
Know the various sizes and uses of the different kinds of pipe and tubing, piped tubing fittings, joints and equipment for channeling services throughout the facility and know how these are fitted and connected
Log or use computerized work order system for repair and maintenance activities performed.
Abide by safe work standards including Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO), Fall Protection, Confined Spaces, and appropriate use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Adhere to Goodyear’s attendance policy
Perform a variety of manual tasks in varying temperatures for extended periods of time, which may include lifting light to heavy materials, climbing, standing, squatting, bending, and working at heights when applicable
Basic Qualifications:

HS Diploma/GED
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship now or in the future
Must be able to successfully complete all post-offer, pre-employment contingencies
Ability to work any and/or rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, or overtime if applicable
Basic computer skills
Must provide basic tools
Preferred Qualifications:

Previous experience as an Industrial Manufacturing Pipefitter with basic knowledge and understanding of machine technology, construction, operation of heavy industrial machinery and power/control devices
Industrial Pipefitter Journeyman’s card or AAS in Pipefitting
Desire and willingness to learn and perform across crafts
Experience adhering to industry-specific safety standards
Candidate Criteria:

Self-motivated: demonstrates appropriate initiative with or without direct supervision
Hard worker: someone who works diligently to get tasks done
Adaptability: the ability to make changes, and to be successful in changing environments
Team player: an associate who can be counted on to assist the company in being successful whether working on a team or individual projects
Commitment to working safely
Willingness to adhere to tobacco-free policy

Listing expires on Saturday November 9th, 2019