Performs duties associated with component manufacturing and equipment assembly.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Performs component manufacturing and equipment assembly including, but not limited to: assembly, wiring, product program downloads and testing to meet specifications, manage, inspect, and coordinate logistics.
- Interpret instructions, verifying that parts meet requirements through visual inspection and the use of measurement devices.
- Identify, react quickly to, and provide timely feedback to processes & issues impacting the cell.
- Use computer to manage files, email, update spreadsheets, etc.
- Maintain equipment and tooling, including preventative maintenance.
- Maintains an orderly work environment.
- Attend scheduled team meetings and provide appropriate contribution.
- Identify process waste and provide recommendations to eliminate it.
- Identify opportunities for continuous improvement and provide recommendations for implementation of those ideas.
- Follow all safety requirements and communicates any safety concerns.
- Adhere to all leadership expectations as outlined in regular communication, policies, and processes.
- Other duties as assigned.
Required Skills & Experience
- High school diploma, or equivalent with strong technical background.
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude with ability to use a variety of hand power tools including drills, saws, grinders, sanders, etc. safely and correctly.
- Demonstrated basic understanding of electricity with ability to perform simple machine wiring, including ability to differentiate and match wire colors.
- Demonstrated ability to read and interpret work instructions and use routine measuring devices such as micrometers and calipers.
- Ability to flex quickly between duties as required.
- Ability to work well within a team environment.
- Demonstrated basic computer skills including e-mail.
- Demonstrated organizational skills to efficiently plan and complete work tasks.
- Demonstrated initiative to be proactive in identifying and addressing concerns and opportunities.
- Ability to move in, around, and under machines in which hazardous motions exist and often in tight places.
- Ability to regularly lift up to 50-lbs, with greater lifting requirements being done with an overhead crane if needed.
- Position will require extended reach and the ability to manually apply torque to fasteners.
- Ability to work on powered electrical panels.
- Ability to maintain focus and concentration to ensure safety and quality of work.
Preferred Skills & Experience
- Previous assembly experience in related field, preferred.
Hours Required: Full-Time, 48 Hours/Week (Average), Non-Exempt (Hourly)
Regular Work Schedule: Monday – Friday (from time to time, work may require non-typical work hours to accommodate project deadlines and irregular workflow).
General manufacturing environment, daily exposure to machinery and potential non-hazardous chemicals and lubricants.