DescriptionCareer Area:Manufacturing & Supply Chain
The purpose of this position is to safely assemble a quality product according to company policies/procedures on a timely basis.
Responsible for putting safety first with a goal to prevent all injuries, occupational illnesses and safety incidents. Assemble heavy machine products according to Engineering/Manufacturing prints and documentation utilizing assembly/mechanical tools, torque tools, metric units, hydraulics and electrical components within allotted process time. Electronically and manually maintain documentation for production. Take initiative to identify, document, communicate and correct problems related to assembly, report discrepancies and recommend solutions Support team People, Quality, Velocity and Cost (PQVC) initiatives and daily activities. Work and interact effectively in a team environment in alignment with our Code of Conduct and Values in Action. Complete projects as needed. Work with limited supervision.
- 2 years’ experience in mechanic or assembly field or certified trade school/technical degree in a mechanical or manufacturing field
- Ability to read blueprints/engineering drawing
- Heavy assembly experience
- Hydraulic systems experience
- Heavy crane equipment experience
- Ability to read standard work, prints, and write continuous improvement cards
- Ability to utilize computer for production transactions
- Experience using mechanical tools including torque tools
- Ability to work with metric units, hydraulics and electrical components
Operate overhead cranes, jib cranes and hoists Lift up to 35 lbs frequently Work at multiple heights Climb on equipment, machines, ladders and various step stools Stand for a minimum of 8 hour shifts with minimal breaks Work in environment with frequently changing temperatures Exposure to magnets that may impact medical devices Kneel, squat, and crawl on knees Work in awkward positions, including forward reach, lateral reach, squat, overhead reaching, twisting, and forward head and rotation of neck. Work in tight spaces Repetitive grasping, pushing, pulling, rotating Use of fine motor skills Use of hand tools including wrenches, air tools, drills, cutters, tie wrap guns, pneumatic, vibratory, etc. Includes ability to pull manual torque tools to torque requirements (at least 250 Newton meters or 185 foot pounds) Required Personal Protective Equipment: hearing protection, safety glasses, steel toed/metatarsal foot gear, and as needed dust masks
EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals - Including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities - are encouraged to apply.
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