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Disneyland Resort: Maintenance Mechanic (Outside Machinist – Non-Automotive) – Full Time

Disneyland Resort

This is a Full-time position in Ferndale, FL posted September 6, 2021.

When you visit Disneyland Resort®, are you the one in your family looking at how things work?Are you an industrial-maintenance mechanic and do you enjoy working with your hands and repairing large equipment?Are you tired of companies closing their doors or moving out of state?Then we may have your dream job!The Maintenance/Facilities division at Disneyland Resort is looking for individuals who have experience maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing heavy, industrial machinery.” Outside Machinists” (maintenance mechanics) work on the Disneyland Resort attractions and ride vehicles.

This position performs functional checks, troubleshooting, overhauling, maintenance, repair, and alteration of systems and equipment, and conducts quality checks of completed work on attractions and ride vehicles.(Those with only automobile-maintenance experience may not qualify due to the industrial-level mechanical experience required.)The starting pay rate for this position is $29.18 per hour.(Local, Southern California applicants sought NO RELOCATION OFFERED.)Basic Qualifications :Schedule Availability – Shifts are typically at night, and individuals must have availability to work Sunday through Saturday, any shift (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift) including holidays, and must be open to any days off.Technical AbilitiesAbility to use micrometers, calipers, dial indicators and basic tools required of a machinistFamiliarity with hydraulic and pneumatic systemsFamiliarity with alignment of pumps and shaftsAbility to read and interpret blueprints and schematicsFamiliarity with the use of PCsAbility to use fall protection, boatswain’s chair, power scaffold, and positioning equipmentExperience in the use of customary shop equipment such as a drill press, hydraulic press, grinders, sanders, band sawsExperience with hoists, lifting and jacking devices, powered carts (Mules), man lifts and lift trucksAbility to safely climb ladders, stairs, and structures, and for those assigned to the Disney California Adventure Park, must be able to work at heights of 200 feet above the groundAdditional Information :Those assigned to this position are required to attend annual Respiratory Protection Training and Hearing Conservation Training classes.

They are also required to participate in an annual audiometric exam, medical evaluation and fit test.KEYWORD: dlrcasting, dlr casting