Heavy Equipment Mechanic (Mine Maintenance Technician 4)
Pinto Valley Mine
Miami, AZ 85539, USA
This position pays $33.25 per hour and includes Great Benefits, with Opportunities for Growth.
Pinto Valley Mining Corporation (PVMC), a subsidiary of Capstone Mining, is a global leader in metal mining and processing, focused on Copper and Molybdenum production.
As a member of the PVMC team, you will have the opportunity to work for a company that places its highest priorities on supporting its people and the communities where they live, protecting the environment, and providing safe and secure working conditions.
Located just outside the Phoenix metro area, at PVMC you will enjoy working in a collaborative and diverse team environment with training, development, and career growth opportunities. We live by our values; Work Responsibly, Always Accountable, Execute with Excellence, and Deliver Results.
About the Role
As a journeyman level technician, in this his role you will be responsible for the effective day to day execution of maintenance and repair of heavy duty mobile equipment, identifying reliability issues, and managing reporting. Additionally, you will mentor less experienced maintenance technicians and teaching maintenance best practices.
Who We are Looking For
Are you a highly motivated individual with a commitment to the safety and well-being of your fellow employees? Do you consistently look for ways to improve yourself and others? Are you committed to living the Capstone Values? If so, then you are the kind of person that we are looking for.
Maintenance and repair of Heavy Duty Mobile Mining Equipment. Including, but not limited to, Haul Trucks, Dozers, Hydraulic Shovels, Motor Graders, Front End Loaders, and articulating trucks.
Understanding of electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic fundamentals
Experience with OEM maintenance repair manuals and schematics.
Knowledge of condition monitoring, contamination control, basic air conditioning, and lubrication.
Ability to safely operate and move various mine equipment for servicing.
Ability to learn operation of small mobile equipment, aerial lifts, forklifts, etc.
Understand confined space, fall protection, equipment isolation, and basic welding standards and procedures.
SAP experience a plus.
Ability to lead, mentor and teach less experienced maintenance mechanics.
Able to speak, comprehend, read, and write English.
3 years of experience preferred.
Physical Demands of the Role
• Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time, including walking up and down stairs and across uneven surfaces.
• Ability to climb ladders and work at heights.
• Ability to lift and carry up to 75 lbs.
• Ability to work in both hot and cold environments with high humidity.
• Ability to kneel, crawl, stoop, and squat, occasionally in confined spaces.
Comprehensive Benefits Package
• Health, Dental, Disability, and Life Insurance (effective on date of hire)
• 401(k) Savings and Employee Share Purchase Plans
• Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, and Tuition Reimbursement.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Pinto Valley Mining Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
Pinto Valley Mine is an open pit copper mine located 70 mile east of the Phoenix metro area.
Pinto Valley is currently the only operating mill located in the historic Globe-Miami mining district of Arizona, one of the oldest and most productive mining districts in the United States. Since its first recorded production in 1975, Pinto Valley has produced more than four billion pounds of copper, including 0.5 billion pounds of copper cathode. Capstone acquired Pinto Valley from BHP Billiton in October 2013 and is currently the second-largest employer in the district contributing over $270 million annually to Arizona’s economy.
We are permited through 2039 and are currently working on our next permit. We have over 350MM tons of proven and probable ore reserves.