Engineer III - Mechanic
Job Details
Give Kids The World - Kissimmee, FL
Full Time
High School


Perform a variety of complex repair tasks and service with minimal supervision.



Preventive Maintenance

  • Perform schedule inspections on designated equipment
  • Complete scheduled preventative maintenance on designated equipment
  • Utilize a systematic approach to research defective parts/systems
  • Responsible for implementation of immediate and long-term solutions to improve operational reliability, safety and serviceability


  • Analyze, troubleshoot issues to identify source of problem and recommend solution
  • Safely perform highly complex repairs of mechanical equipment
  • Ensure all methods, materials and practices meet company standards, local codes and national codes
  • Utilize above average engineering operation skills and strong general mechanical ability

Guest & Volunteers

  • Welcome and acknowledge all guest according to company standards
  • Anticipate and address guest need
  • Thank guests with genuine appreciation

Additional Activities

  • Provide training and mentoring to Engineer I and Engineer II
  • Perform Engineer on Duty responsibilities, including conducting rounds and perform readings

All other duties as assigned



  • Ability to lift 75 lbs without assistance
  • Ability to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Ability to work in small, confined, poorly lit or non-air-conditioned spaces or environment
  • Ability to repetitively reach overhead and below the knees, including bending, twisting, pulling and stooping
Skills, Competencies, Education and Experience
  • Experience performing complex troubleshooting and repair of mechanical and electrical systems
  • Knowledge of proper use of hand tools, specialty automotive tools and electrical meters
  • Ability to troubleshoot sensor technology, PLC controllers, variable speed motors, hydraulics and pneumatics
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics.
  • Ability to initiate actions based on ones own interpretation or understanding of a situation
  • Must understand low, medium, and high voltage applications, safe wiring practices including lockout/tag out procedures
  • Demonstrates keen attention to detail and quality product
  • Ability to communicate, understand, speak, read, write English to communicate with guests, staff and vendors
  • Basic computer skills
  • Able to work a flexible shift to meet department needs, this includes availability for days, nights, weekends and extended hours
  • Ability to operate a motorized vehicle, including battery-operated golf cart
  • Valid driver's license and clean driving record
  • High School Diploma
  • 4-6 years of related mechanical equipment

Give Kids The World is a drug-free workplace.