Under the direct supervision of the Shift Supervisor, assembles and wires components into sub-assemblies or final control valve assemblies.
General Assembler Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Ability to build control valves and sub-assemblies correctly using bills of material, work instructions, and company process following procedures for product assembly/fabrication, equipment operation, and safety requirements as documented in the company’s quality system.
2. Ability to assemble and test products while handling products, equipment, and materials per the production department and company’s quality system procedures.
3. Work alongside team members while striving for the daily production goals.
4. Able to receive and provide basic training to co-workers.
5. Must understand quality procedures and where they are located.
6. Follow all safety rules and guidelines
7. Other duties as assigned.
Skills and Experience Requirements:
• High School Diploma or GED required
• Prior assembly experience and basic print reading preferred
• Must be able to communicate effectively with other employees and departments
• Demonstrating effort to developing a team relationship
Assembler I Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Understands, follow, and actively participate in lean initiatives (hr x hr documenting, line standard work, MDI, 5s).
2. Show interest in line improvement, identify concerns, and actively give suggestions.
3. Understand the basics for problem solving on the line, can identify tester issues, follows trouble-shooting flowcharts.
4. Produces a quality product utilizing standard work (using CTQ list for stations); actively catches mistakes during build process
Assembler II Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Adheres to all duties and responsibilities listed under Assembler I status
Knows 2-3 full lines (8-10) stations; satisfy 1 year of service as an Assembler I in regular employment status
2. Participates and actively completes documents associated with lean initiatives (SQDCC charting, promotes 5s).
3. Practices continuous improvement on a daily basis. Comfortably identifies issues in the line and actively participates in the resolution process (RCCM, 5-why).
4. Produces a quality product utilizing standard work (using CTQ list for stations); actively interacts with team to understand quality issues and help identify repeats
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Stand for 8 to 12 hours, walk, bend, and perform basic motor skills. Lift 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 20-30 lbs. Follow ergonomically correct postures for bending, lifting, pushing and pulling.
If interested please copy link below.
(Please contact us using the "Apply for this Job Posting" box below)/en-US/Pentair_Careers/job/Brookfield-WI/Assembly-Operator--2nd-Shift--Talent-Pool_R354Company Description
SOLUTIONS FOR CLEAN, SAFE WATER
Pentair is a leader in helping to manage the world’s precious water resources. We help businesses and communities better manage and treat their water supply — returning it safely to the environment or recovering and reusing it for other applications. We help make clean, safe water more available and affordable for drinking, recreation, residential applications, and commercial and industrial operations.