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Flowserve Corporation Mechanic in Charleston, South Carolina

Company Overview:

If a culture of excellence, innovation and ownership is what you’re searching for, consider putting your experience in motion at Flowserve. As an individual contributor, or as a leader of people, your enterprise mindset will ensure Flowserve’s position as the global standard in comprehensive flow control solutions. Here, your opportunity for professional development and industry leading rewards will be supported by our foundational commitments to the values of people first, integrity and safety. Thinking beyond opportunity and reward, at Flowserve, we are inspired by working together to create extraordinary flow control solutions to make the world better for everyone!

Role Summary:

An entry-level Mechanic in a pump service center is responsible for disassembly, repair and assembly of pumps and decoking equipment. This position reports to the Manufacturing Manager at our pump repair Quick Response Center (QRC) located just outside of Greenville, SC.

The shop is air conditioned and rapidly expanding with growth opportunities. In addition, Flowserve offers a suite of benefits including medical/dental/vision insurance, 401(k) match, pension plan, Employee Assistance Program, Paid Time Off and company holidays.

This position is for 1 st shift (Monday thru Friday), plus overtime on same shift as required. The facility has been in Greer for approximately 40 years (25 minutes outside of Greenville).

Responsibilities & Requirements:

  • Disassemble, clean, balance, test, and re-assemble engineered and industrial pump products in a rapid-response, "quick ship" environment

  • Inspect pumps and components by using inside, outside, and depth micrometers to measure critical dimensions and runouts

  • Read and accurately follow all work instructions, checklists, and engineering drawings or blueprints during all processes

  • Act in a way that that encourages collaboration, teambuilding, decision-making, problem solving, and continuous improvements

  • Following instructions given in pre-job briefings and completing DCI and assembly checklists, routers and procedures

  • Taking pictures to document condition and process

  • Communicating clearly and professionally with production planners and customers to discuss the component and pump conditions

  • Other duties and tasks as directed


  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • 1+ years of mechanical experience (automotive mechanic, etc.)

  • Must have personal set of mechanic’s tools, and roll-around tool box

  • Able to stand for long periods and lift objects up to 50 lbs.

  • Must be able to work overtime hours including weekends and holidays.

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Preferred Experience / Skills:

  • Pump repair experience preferred but not required

Primary Posting Location: Greer, South Carolina US

Job Posting Category: Operations

Job Advertising Title: Mechanic

Employment Type: Full time

Country: United States

Auto req ID: 50850BR

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