At Greenbrier, we do the hard work that matters. The Greenbrier Companies (NYSE:GBX) is powering the movement of products around the world as a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of freight rail transportation equipment and services. Greenbrier’s heritage of hard work and industrial innovation is celebrated at every level of our organization.

We structure our business to support teams that deliver innovative solutions for our customers while positively impacting the world around us. Greenbrier’s success begins with people. We believe in supporting our global workforce through our unwavering attention to Safety, Quality, Respect for People and Customer Satisfaction.

Our IDEAL commitment is rooted in these values, which promotes Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Leadership, creating a culture where employees are fulfilled and feel good about coming to work every day. A diverse, qualified, and engaged talent base is the key to our success. Summary The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for diagnosing equipment including pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical problems by making adjustments and repairs on building and production equipment.

This position breaks down equipment and replaces, adjusts or repairs parts. Duties and Responsibilities To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform the following essential duties satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned to address business needs and changing business practices.

Develops standard maintenance programs to be incorporated into operating manuals for customers Assists in identifying and resolving recurrent failures Supports root cause analysis program for major failures Maintains and repairs lift table and lift jacks Keeps machinery and production equipment in working condition and always ready for production, including forklift fleet and the service agreements on larger forklift repairs. Diagnoses and repairs issues with welding machines, trucks, and golf carts Maintains adequate supply of parts to service and maintain equipment, and keeps detailed records for reporting of maintenance performed and parts used. Qualifications The following generally describes requirements to successfully perform the assigned duties.

Minimum Qualifications Ability to work independently. Ability to read blueprints and schematics. Ability to work with tools such as a welder, cutting torch, grinder, lathe, mill, drill, and meter 1 year of experience with hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and industrial skills Preferred Qualifications 5 years experience in mechanical maintenance field 1 years of Welding Experience 1 years of Fabrication Experience.

Experience working and understanding OSHA regulations Work Environment and Physical Requirements Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The physical environment requires the employee to work in hot and cold environments, in and out of the weather, work safely around heavy equipment and on top of and under railcars, as well as around railroad tracks.

Employees are required to use personal protective equipment such as steel toe boots, hard hat, hearing protection, safety glasses, welding and grinding shields, etc. or as environmental conditions dictate Physical Activities and Requirements Frequency Key Not Applicable: Activity is not applicable to this occupation Occasionally: Occupation requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0- 2.5 hours/day) Frequently: Occupation requires this activity from 33% – 66% of the time (2.5: 5.5 hours/day) Constantly: Occupation requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5 hours/day) Working Postures Sit: Occasionally Stand: Frequently Walk: Constantly Bend: Frequently Kneel/Squat: Frequently Crawl: Frequently Climb: Frequently Reach Forward: Frequently Reach Upward: Frequently Handling/Fingering: Frequently Lift / Carry Requirements 5-10 lbs: Frequently 10-25 lbs: Frequently 25-50 lbs: Occasionally 50-75 lbs: Not Applicable 75 lbs: Not Applicable Push / Pull Requirements Up to 10 lbs: Frequently 10-25 lbs: Frequently 25-50 lbs: Frequently 50-75 lbs: Not Applicable 75 lbs: Not Applicable EOE including Vet/Disability Click here for more information: Know Your Rights Greenbrier makes reasonable accommodations in the application and hiring process for individuals with known disabilities, unless providing accommodation would result in an undue hardship. Any applicant believing that he or she may need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact Greenbrier Human Resources at careersgbrx.com or call us at 503-684-7000.

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