Mechanic A (OK)

Position Summary

Mechanic A is responsible for performing Mechanical maintenance duties such as operating, troubleshooting, diagnosing, and prime movers and rotating equipment at the Iron Horse Processing Plant in Amber, OK.


  • Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • 5+ years of natural gas facility and rotating equipment maintenance experience
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision and must have excellent organizational skills
  • Able to speak fluent English with excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Possess a valid driver’s license, and a good driving record
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and remain subject to random drug testing
  • Must pass a pre-employment background check
  • Proven experience with Caterpillar 3600 ULB engines and Ariel compressor frames
  • Experience with repair, alignment, and replacement of various pumps, fans & motor repairs
  • Ability to perform duties and handle tasks under potentially stressful conditions
  • Possess physical characteristics required of the job (inclusive of standing and walking for prolonged periods, extended range of motion activities like bending, reaching above shoulder-height, and frequent heavy lifting)
  • Experience working in natural gas plants, and knowledge of safety & operations within
  • Flexibility to work various schedules, including shift work, overtime, and on-call schedules
  • Possess product knowledge of gas, diesel, electrical, electronic, and mechanical components
  • Possess proficiency in using hand, air, and precision tools
  • Possess good computer skills and proficiency in using diagnostic software
  • AA in Applied Diesel Technology preferred


  • Promote company policies and procedures to ensure safe and professional work conditions
  • Inspect engines, compressors, and mechanical equipment and diagnose problems
  • Perform independent mechanical inspection, repairs, and routine preventative maintenance
  • Overhaul, repair, and adjust engines, compressors, pumps, and motors.
  • Maintain and repair ignition systems, fuel systems, and emissions control systems
  • Maintain compressor logs, diaries, oil sampling program
  • Maintain inventories of parts, equipment, lube oils, and coolants
  • General upkeep of facilities and equipment, including engines/compressors, vehicles, and shop
  • Demonstrate sound technical and professional judgment
  • Make decisions and corrections when problems are detected
  • Complete essential tuning functions to adjust engine and heater performance
  • Coordinate with cranes and rigging services for maintenance support