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EMC is experiencing growth in all of our business lines. To sustain this growth we are always looking for high quality personnel to add to our staff.

Please feel free to look through the available position listings and fill out an online application. We welcome resumes from all disciplines relating to our business lines.

Please do not hesitate to submit a resume even if there are no current openings that match your skills.

Pump Mechanic

Job Summary:

The Pump Mechanic is responsible for the disassembly, mechanical inspection, troubleshooting, and re-assembly of all types, sizes, and configurations of pumps and blowers to include Submersible Pumps, Close-Coupled Pumps, End Suction Radial Pumps, Vertical Turbine Pumps, Axial Split Case Pumps, and Centrifugal Pumps/Blowers.

This position reports directly to the shop foreman/assistant foreman and has no supervisory responsibilities.

Job Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or Certificate from applicable trade/technical school, combined with 5+ years in the rotating machinery industry. Qualified individuals with 10+ years of hands-on experience in lieu of trade school certification will be eligible for consideration.
  • Ability to accurately and effectively use typical mechanical measuring equipment to include Inside/Outside Micrometers, vernier calipers, depth gauges, steel rulers, etc. (typical measuring equipment utilized daily in a machine shop environment).
  • Accurately and effectively read, understand, and interpret pump specific technical manuals, component drawings and sketches, follow industry standards and practices, interpret, and follow customer specifications/requirements and company policies/procedures.
  • Ability to solve complex problems with clear analytical thought, considering multiple factors and tradeoffs.


Job Duties:

  • Disassemble, troubleshoot, and reassemble various types of motor-driven pumps and blowers.
  • Effectively clean and prepare mechanical/electrical components for inspection using typical shop equipment to include sandblasters, cabinet blasters, dip tanks, steam wash pits, bake ovens, etc.
  • Examine parts for defects, such as eccentricities, rubs, wear, excessive damage, etc.
  • Perform detailed mechanical and visual component inspections to determine root cause of failure, documenting all relevant ‘As-Found’ data (register fits, internal bores, outer diameters, etc.) on applicable forms.
  • Recommend disposition on company job cards and Customer spec sheets.
  • Perform service calls for emergency breakdowns, if necessary.
  • Safely oversee lifting/ rigging of all equipment, weighing upwards of 25 tons.
  • Lead and mentor less experienced mechanics throughout each phase of the repair process.
  • Balance rotating assemblies to an industry standard of 4W/N, utilizing all shop balancing equipment.
  • Perform hydrostatic pressure testing on refurbished pumps, prior to shipment back to customer.
  • Perform criteria acceptance testing on close coupled pump motors, submersible pump motors, etc.


Qualified Candidates must:

  • Provide own tools and basic measuring equipment (Large/Specialty tooling and electrical testing equipment is provided by the company).
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Be willing and able to maintain availability and dependability, as this position requires a flexible work schedule, to include extended hours, nights, and weekends, when required (Overtime).
  • Be able to lift and carry up to fifty pounds.


NOTE: This position requires drug and background screening.

Salary history or requirements are to be provided with all inquiries.

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