Mechanic Technician

Underwood, ND
Full Time
Entry Level


Position: Mechanic Technician
Employment Status: Fulltime
Posted to: Internal & External Applicants
Location: Underwood, North Dakota
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Hiring Wage: DOE

Company Overview
Harvestone Low Carbon Partners (HLCP) is a prominent midwestern biofuels enterprise, overseeing three state-of-the-art ethanol biorefineries; two in North Dakota and one in Indiana. Our biorefineries convert locally grown corn into clean-burning, American-made fuel, while ongoing infrastructure projects aim to capture and sequester carbon dioxide generated in the ethanol production process. These endeavors not only ensure a steady market for North Dakota and Indiana farmers, but also signify our dedication to building a sustainable and renewable energy future. Together with our partners, we are building a renewable energy future for our country, creating value for local producers, and bringing prosperity to our communities.

We are accountable, act professionally, behave ethically, serve customers passionately, communicate candidly, and perform safely.

Position Overview
The position will be responsible for performing preventative, predictive, routing and emergency maintenance on process plant equipment, including mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, communication, and control systems in a timely manner to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable plant operations.

Strength in technical problem solving based on expertise and experience, and a strong commitment to efficiently achieve high quality results is required. A thoughtful, persevering, self-disciplined approach to achieving accurate, detailed work is essential.

Normal work hours for this position are a rotating 10-hour shift, Monday through Friday with a rotating evening and weekend on-call schedule. Extended work hours are required during a plant shutdown.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must live within a one-hour drive time of the plant location
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • High school diploma or equivalent required plus two years of vocational/technical training in the various phases of welding, pipefitting, electrical, electronic, or instrumentation and controls or other related industrial mechanical maintenance training is required. An associate degree in electrical, electronic or instrumentation and controls, or industrial maintenance can be substituted for the two years of experience.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Experience in power and process systems maintenance – ethanol preferred
  • Experience performing maintenance in industrial or manufacturing setting
  • Experience repairing or maintaining pumps, fans, gearboxes, and conveyors
  • Experience trouble shooting equipment and reading drawings
  • Experience with electrical & instrumentation installation, troubleshooting, & repair
  • Experience with Hart communicator
  • Working knowledge of DCS/PLC
  • Experience performing mechanical duties which include welding, rigging, and the use of hand and power tools
  • Experience working with vibration analyzers
  • Experience with Arc Flash
  • Ability to read and update electrical Piping & Instrumentation Drawings (P&IDs)

All employment offers will be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening and a federal and state background check.

**All applicants will receive an email notification that their resume was submitted.


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