Electrician (Signal Maintenance)

An Electrician (signal maintenance):

  • Repairs and operates mechanical, electrical, electronic and computerized signal and train control equipment of transit systems

Mould or Die Finisher

A Mould or Die Finisher performs some or all of the following:

  • Utilizes a variety of power and hand tools to shape, smooth, finish, and polish moulds or metal working dies.

Tool and Die Maker

A Tool and Die Maker designs, creates, repairs and tests prototypes and production tools such as dies, cutting tools, jigs, fixtures, gauges and specialty tools using various metals, alloys and plastics. Specifically, a Tool and Die Maker:

  • reads and interprets complex engineering drawings, tooling drawings and work-process documentation
  • designs, builds, changes and repairs dies, forms, cutting tools, gauges, jigs and fixtures for the manufacturing sector
  • builds precision dies, tools and prototypes using conventional and numerically controlled metal-cutting and forming machines and equipment including saws, drills, grinders, lathes, mills, die presses and electrical discharge machines
  • performs work-in-process measuring and checking using specialized and precision tools and equipment

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Elevating Devices Mechanic

An Elevating Devices Mechanic constructs, installs, services and maintains elevating devices including elevators, lifts and escalators. Specifically, an Elevating Devices Mechanic:

  • inspects, services and maintains existing elevating devices
  • installs new elevating devices
  • rigs and hoists elevating devices
  • installs and maintains control equipment
  • installs and maintains protective devices

Optics Technician (Lens and Prism Maker)

An Optics Technician (Lens and Prism Maker):

  • Produces precision spherical and plane optics to specifications
  • Corrects lens/prisms surfaces to optimum quality
  • Checks with interferometer and spectrometer
  • Inspects, cements, and aligns optical components to optical axes
  • Coats optics with anti-reflecting or high reflecting coats

Tool and Gauge Inspector

A Tool and Guage Inspector:

  • Inspects, tests, and adjusts new and reworked tools, dies, gauges, jigs, and fixtures.

Entertainment Industry Power Technician

An Entertainment Industry Power Technician works in film, television, live performance, trade shows, special event productions and carnivals by doing the following:

  • Evaluating job requirements
  • Planning, building, installing, maintaining and disassembling power distribution systems, including both main and subdistribution systems
  • Designing and installing temporary distribution systems
  • Installing, controlling and disassembling lighting
  • Managing portable power supplies including maintenance of batteries

Packaging Machine Mechanic

A Packaging Machine Mechanic performs some or all of the following:

  • Repair, adjust, maintain, and monitor machines and equipment that package products
  • Set up packaging line to accommodate various products, package dimensions, and production volumes
  • Adjusts guides, belts, conveyor speeds, drive and transfer mechanisms to required tolerances
  • Initiates start up
  • Observes line in operation
  • Identifies trouble areas
  • Advises maintenance management of recurrent problems
  • Refers complex electrical and mechanical repairs to certified personnel
  • Cleans and lubricates machine components to ensure fluid operation

Tool/Tooling Maker

A Tool/Tooling Maker:

  • Reads and interprets complex engineering drawings, bills of material, component and part prints, assembly drawings, tool and part drawings and work documentation
  • Uses conventional and numerically controlled metal cutting machines and specialized equipment
  • Designs, builds and assembles tools, jigs, fixtures, specialized equipment, instruments, models and prototypes
  • Assembles and fits tool and tooling components
  • Conducts final fitting and inspection of tool sub-assemblies and components
  • Conducts final finishing and testing of complex tools and tooling

Facilities Mechanic

A Facilities Mechanic:

  • Inspects fire safety equipment
  • Inspects, performs routine maintenance on and troubleshoots heating and ventilation systems
  • Inspects and performs routine maintenance on domestic appliances, laundry systems and air conditioning systems
  • Inspects and performs routine maintenance on low voltage electrical and plumbing systems
  • Inspects, performs routine maintenance on and troubleshoots the building envelope and roofing
  • Performs grounds maintenance