Repair Tech 3
Hyspeco, Inc.
Wichita, KS US
Posted ago
Hyspeco, Inc.

Repair Tech 3 includes all the qualifications for cylinder repair, manual machinist, welder, and fluid power repair. Tech 3’s have the skill set and perform all of the listed duties below on a regular basis. Repair tech 3 is the highest level of technician in a fluid power repair shop. Technician has at least five years of experience and is willing to teach tech 1 and tech 2’s how to perform duties they don’t have full experience in doing. Technician is required to perform the description above with high accuracy in a timely manner as well as be an example to all other repair technicians.

(Cylinder repair) primary duties include but are not limited to; the safe repair of hydraulic cylinders or related component parts including diagnostic troubleshooting, disassembly, measurement, data collection, failure analysis, repair, re-assembly, and testing. Includes the proper use of mechanical and fluid power testing and measuring equipment and documentation of results. Requires work at Hyspeco Repair shops and at customer locations if ever needed.

 (Manual Machinist) primary duties include but are not limited to set up and operates manually controlled lathe and milling machines to skilled precision tolerances. Machinists will be required to machine parts to pattern using existing part as pattern or using drawing as pattern. The materials being machined will consist of many different materials. The most common materials are chrome rod, hard chrome rod, cold rolled round, aluminum, cast iron, and brass. Machinists know how to properly set up and machine many different types of cuts. Some of the common cuts are grooves, tapers, slots, and threading. All of these cuts can be internal or external with many options depending on pattern. Machinists are required to be able to perform the description above with high accuracy in a timely manner.

(Welder) primary duties include but are not limited to set up and perform weld fabrication of product using various types of welding including TIG, Stick, and MIG welding per specifications. All these types of welding are performed in various different ways like welding internally, externally, under, on side, or on top of the item being welded. Welders are required to know the proper welding type to use for each material and set up welders for proper penetration of materials. The Welder takes care of the welder machines as needed. Welders perform the description above with high accuracy, attention to detail, attention to looks of weld, and in a timely manner.

(Fluid power repair) primary duties include but are not limited to perform complete component repair and testing on various fluid power components other than cylinders. Fluid power repair technician inspects, diagnoses, repairs, builds new and installs fluid power systems, Hydraulic power units, and mobile hydraulic equipment. Techs are required to read blueprints and schematic of fluid power systems and components. Properly test components and systems to OEM specifications using various types of test equipment. Test equipment includes pump test bench, motor test bench, valve test stand, cylinder test stand, handheld flow meters, pressure gauges, presses, and other test equipment as needed. Techs operate and/or use related equipment and tools which include forklifts, hoists, slings, grinders, cutting torches, hand tools, drills, punches, etc. Fluid power repair technicians perform the description above with high accuracy, attention to detail, and in a timely manner.

Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Cylinder Repair

  • Diagnoses hydraulic cylinder to troubleshoot and determine the cause of failure.
  • Measure with calipers, micrometers, and tape measure.
  • Dismantles cylinders maintaining identification of each component part, labeling, and/or photographing parts as necessary.
  • Advises supervisor of required new or remanufactured parts, if necessary.
  • Re-aggregates cleaned, repaired, and/or replacement parts from other workgroups and performs re-assembly and final testing per Customer, EASA, OEM, or Horner specifications.
  • Documents final testing on applicable forms.
  • Return all completed signed documentation, photos, etc. to the shop office.
  • Maintain a safe and clean work environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Work with minimal supervision to complete tasks on time.
  • Operate and/or use related equipment and tools which include forklifts, hoists, slings, grinders, cutting torches, hand tools, drills, punches, etc.
  • Maintain level of work performance in accordance with Company Quality Assurance standards and/or job order specifications.
  • All other duties as assigned
  • Upholds Hyspeco Safety and Personnel Policies.
  • Upholds ISO 9001:2015 requirements as defined in Hyspeco’s quality procedures/processes.

Manual Machinist

  • Uses gauges and measuring instruments to meet tolerance requirements.
  • Uses precision tools, machinery, and equipment such as a lathe, vertical milling machine, drill press, hydraulic press, saws, and a variety of cutting tools and equipment.
  • Fabricates and shapes parts such as tools and machine parts out of metal. Recognizes, deploys, and properly uses inserts and tooling.
  • Properly and safely selects, aligns, secures, and removes fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines.
  • Performs daily and regular cleaning and light maintenance tasks on machinery and equipment.
  • Evaluate experimental procedures and recommend changes or modifications for efficiency and adaptability to set up production.
  • Knowledge metals and quality and machinability and uses of metals, alloys, and other materials.


  • Perform welding duties
  • Weld various metals as specified by procedures, layouts, blueprints, diagrams, work orders, oral instructions, and with or without the use of weld procedure specifications (WPS). Welds range from simple tasks to complex welds, performed in varying positions.
  • Work includes set-up, laying out work using fixtures/jigs to fabricate, modify, or repair parts.
  • Weld in various angles on many shapes of materials.

Fluid Power Repair

  • Diagnoses hydraulic (fluid power) equipment and components parts to troubleshoot and determine cause of failure.
  • Access available OEM Specifications or related documents for the component or equipment.
  • Isolate problem areas of system, equipment, or components.
  • Verify defective system, equipment, or component part.
  • Prepare the system, equipment, or component part for disassembly including necessary lockout /tag out, isolation, bracing, line bleeding, and depressurization.
  • Dismantles equipment maintaining identification of each component part, labeling, and/or photographing parts as necessary.
  • Climb up down, in, and out of mobile equipment being worked on.
  • Properly diagnose, repair, and test all fluid power components, power units, and fluid power systems on mobile equipment.
  • Install new fluid power system on mobile equipment.
  • Build hydraulic power units from parts and blueprints provided.
  • Operate hydraulic test stands to test hydraulic components to OEM specifications.


  • Technical Capacity.
  • Learning Orientation.
  • Communication Proficiency.
  • Ethical Conduct.
  • Teamwork.
  • Organization.

Supervisory Responsibility

  • No Supervisory Responsibilities

Work Environment

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works near moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to high.

Physical Demands

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift and/or move items over 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work

  • This is a full-time position, and hours of work and days are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a half-hour lunch.


  • No travel is expected for this position.


Required Education

  • High school diploma or equivalent

Required Experience

  • 5 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications

  • Welding certifications
  • Machining certifications
  • Fluid power certifications

$12 - $20 per hour
About Hyspeco, Inc.

Hyspeco is a full-line Fluid Power Distributor of motion and control components centered on hydraulic, pneumatic, electro-mechanical, and fluid connector components. Hyspeco Inc. is setting the standard for design, manufacturing, application, installation, and delivery of fluid power products and engineering emergency and preventive maintenance field services. Our progress is driven by the family built atmosphere and employee-owner mindset.

“The beauty of our company is not just the service and products that we provide, but the unshakable ethical core that Hyspeco is built upon. Our teammates consistently drive innovation while changing the lives of our customers and each other. It is this valuable cultural equation that makes us the ultimate employment destination.”  – Joe Parrott, President/CEO of Hyspeco, Inc.

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