Assembler Carbon Brushes Job Description Sample
Teller - Glen Carbon Branch (20 Hrs - Part Time)
Tellers are the faces of our company to many of our customers and non-customers alike. Tellers help customers meet their financial goals by handling routine financial transactions (deposits, withdrawals, advances, loan payments, merchant transactions, etc.) and giving a warm welcome to everyone who comes into the branch. Tellers inform customers of other products and services that meet their needs. At U.S. Bank, you'll get the incentives, support and tools you need to meet your goals and build a meaningful career. We reward top performance and ethical team players. Tellers have flexible schedules that may include weekends (depending on branch location).
We're looking for people who want more than just a job – who want to make a difference in the communities where we live and work. Apply today and explore what's possible with a career at U.S. Bank.
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum six months of experience in cash handling and customer service
Physical requirements: May be required to stand for extended periods of time and may be required to lift bags/boxes of coin weighing up to 50 pounds
Effective interpersonal/customer service skills
Proficient computer navigation skills
Basic reading, writing and mathematical skills
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with customers and coworkers
Bilingual language skills a plus
Lead Laboratory Technical Instructor, Low Carbon Energy Systems, Neet
REQUIRED: a Ph.D. in engineering (preferably nuclear science and engineering, civil and environmental engineering, mechanical engineering or related field) and five years of relevant post-Ph.D. experience or a master's in the engineering disciplines noted and eight years of relevant experience; expertise in one or more areas related to LCES, i.e., baseload electrical generation (hydroelectric or nuclear power); intermittent renewable energy generation (solar or wind power); integration of multiple energy forms on a grid; economic and/or network modeling; analog electronics, and rapid prototyping; expertise in experimental techniques and engineering analysis; and experience managing in a student lab and project environment. Seek someone with a passion for igniting students' minds and for new and innovative approaches to undergraduate education.
Job #15977 Application material should also include a link to your website or a pdf file with photos describing your experience in low-carbon energy systems (assuming this can be shared non-confidentially). This is a one-year appointment that may be eligible for renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding. 4/25/18LEAD LABORATORY TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR, LOW CARBON ENERGY SYSTEMS, New Engineering Education Transformation (NEET), to assist students in designing and making low-carbon energy systems (LCES) to provide energy and combat climate change. This thread emphasizes not just ways of making low-carbon energy, but also distribution, integration into an aging grid, and socio-economic aspects of different energy mixes. Will provide laboratory instruction in the thread's undergraduate courses and subjects and technical instruction, training, and supervision in related teaching and research laboratories; work with faculty, lecturers, teaching assistants, and students as a member of the teaching staff including teaching undergraduate laboratory classes, introductory lectures, and hands-on experiments; and work collaboratively with experts involved in coaching and training students on personal and interpersonal skills. Other responsibilities include lab safety, maintaining and repairing equipment (including computational resources), grading assignments, and assisting in the day-to-day operation of the shared laboratories as needed.
Carbon Plant Operator
Responsibilities of Position:
- •Understand and follow Company procedures, operating manuals, work instructions and standard operating procedures required to support goals related to Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost
- •Operate textile equipment related to Preform Department
- •Perform OIP operations and density checks, build/tear-down furnace trays, and clean Hi-Temp. tooling/equipment
- •Set-up and operate carbon machining equipment, and perform quality inspections
- •Perform RFPC tasks as assigned, which may include (but not limited to ): receiving worn carbon disks, operating the washer, loading/unloading furnaces and pre-riveting
- •Perform material handling to ensure product traceability to meet quality and scheduling demands
- •Monitor equipment and record data to document the manufacturing process
- •Troubleshoot manufacturing anomalies related to equipment operation, productivity and quality
- •Perform preventive maintenance as required to meet production and maintenance schedules
- •Adhere to required housekeeping requirements for the manufacturing areas
- •Submit and support continuous improvement ideas in order to improve safety, quality, delivery and cost
- •Perform other related duties as required
- •High school diploma/GED
Physical/Environmental Scope of Position:
- •Vocal communication, hearing, and visual acuity are required for safety, direction, and the exchange of ideas in the industrial environment
- •Subjected to inside environmental conditions, noise, vibration, oils, and other related industrial hazards
- •Work in/near electro-magnetic fields created by high temperature induction furnaces
- •May be exposed to and handle hazardous wastes as defined in 40 CFR 261.3
- •Must demonstrate the physical capacity to meet the demands of the "Light" Job Placement Assessment (JPA) as administered by St. Elizabeth Business Health Services
Required Behavioral Dimensions:
- •Contributing to Team Success
- •Quality Orientation
- •Safety Awareness
- •Work Standards
Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aircraft propulsion and equipment, space and defense markets. Safran has a global presence, with more than 58,000 employees and sales of 16.5 billion euros in 2017. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. Safran is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange, and is part of the CAC 40 and Euro Stoxx 50 indices.
In February 2018, Safran took control of Zodiac Aerospace, significantly expanding its aircraft equipment activities. Zodiac Aerospace has 32,500 employees and generated sales of 5.1 billion euros for its fiscal year ended August 31, 2017.
Safran is ranked among the Top 100 Global Innovators by Thomson Reuters and is featured on the "Happy at work" rankings. The Group places fourth on the Universum ranking for the favorite companies of newly-qualified engineers in France.
Safran Landing Systems is the world leader in aircraft landing and braking systems. As a partner to 30 airframers working in the fields of commercial, regional, business and military transport, the company provides support to 27,000 aircraft completing more than 54,000 landings a day.
Assembler - 3Rd Shift
3rd shift position working Sunday-Thursday, 11:00 pm - 7:00 am
- Reviews and interpret assembly instructions
- Determines if all parts are present and review materials for expiration
- Assembles the product following proper PPE and instructions
- Verifies throughout the process product is being assembled per the specifications by the use of measuring tools, calipers, or other methods to verify thickness, weight, etc.
- Completes material transaction or other documentation necessary
- Resolves assembly and production issues
- Reports errors in production line
- Maintains shop floor area clean and safe
- High School Diploma or GED
- 1+ year of assembly/manufacturing experience
- Ability to clearly and effectively communicate both verbally & written
- Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
- Ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
- Ability to lift and/or carry up to 80-100 lbs
All candidates submitted must be experienced with an electronic assembly background. This role is not a basic electronic assembly position but someone that understands complex electronic assembly and testing.
Essential functions of the role are to perform a variety of operations with electrical assembly, disassembly, inspection, calibration and testing of a variety of components, sub-assemblies and complete assemblies used in electronic products.
• Perform standard testing on 787 Liquid Cooling System product line (PECS, ICS, FCAC) and record
and analyze results to determine acceptance of product
• Will be using process blue print instructions, work instructions, and other visual aids. MUST have
experience using these in a previous role.
• A wide variety of machine equipment, hand and bench tools, and gauges are used.
• Perform routine preventative maintenance on test equipment
• Perform calibration of test equipment
• Perform routine 5S functions
• Will record data and other duties as required into the computer. Must be MS Office proficient.
• Familiarization and operating experience with test equipment, such as oscilloscopes, megohm
meters, hi-pot meters, digital multimeters, microhmmeters
• Computer literacy - experience with Microsoft Office, able to quickly learn new software (RCard, MSS)
• Physical dexterity to install pumps on carts, into boxes, connect hoses, paint (requires squatting,
• AT LEAST 3years of electrical or electronic experience and/or experience as a tester and/or
• Previous experience in an Aerospace/Medical/Automotive manufacturing environment required
• Must be able to read and interpret work instructions and drawings
Assembler I, Imaging
The purpose of this position is to assemble quality endoscope imaging systems while adhering to prescribed standards.
Duties and Responsibilities:
All employees are expected to be knowledgeable about and follow the Company's Equal Employment and Affirmative Action Policies, including policies on the rights of individuals with disabilities and harassment.
Routinely assembles various intricate optical and mechanical components.
Acquires job skills and learns company policies and procedures to complete routine assembly tasks.
Quantity of units produced should correspond to the time standards
Perform cleaning and inspection of various components using hand tools and ultrasonic baths.
Responsible for following prescribed assembly techniques and within assigned time standards to produce quality imagers while meeting productivity guidelines.
May perform one or more of the following: Singles Inspection, Epoxying, Grind and Polish, load fiber; Oiling; tie bundles.
Actively participate in company sponsored training programs.
Ability to cross train in other value stream assemblies as needed.
Aware of practices and processes utilizing current management tools.
High school diploma, or equivalent experience.
0-1 years of experience assembling miniature precision medical products preferred.
Proficient in basic assembly of miniature precision medical products.
Must possess ability to understand assembly drawings and written assembly procedures.
Ability to operate simple to moderately complicated machinery.
Ability to meet takt time and quality standards.
Must have the ability to work with adhesives, solvents, microscopes, small hand and power tools, measurement devices and other related tools and equipment.
Must be able to work well with coworkers.
Company Matched 401k
Tuition Reimbursement (Up to $5,250 per year)
3 Weeks Vacation plus 8 sick days
Medical / Dental / Vision
Life, STD, LTD & LTC Insurance
Leadership Development (not for every position – management only)
Green Belt / Black Belt Certification Programs – KSE
KARL STORZ University and other training and development programs.
Fitness Reimbursement $200
Section 125 Flexible Spending Accounts
401K, company matches 60% up to 6% of your annual income
$1,000 Referral Bo nus
About the Company:
As the largest privately held medical device company in the world, KARL STORZ has achieved global preeminence in endoscopes and medical imaging devices used in minimally invasive surgery. Our dedication to employee achievement and development through effective training and our commitment to a workforce that reflects and respects global diversity and the future of the environment have allowed KARL STORZ to serve our customers for over 60 years.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. KARL STORZ is an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability .
San Marcos, CA 92078
$13-$15 per hour
6am-4:30pm- 4/10 schedule
Working in the Production Department this position will be responsible to perform the manufacturing electro/mechanical functions.
- Pot, stuff, cure sensors into assemblies per work orders
- Prepare effective reports and presentation of departmental information
- Maintain effective and constructive working relationships with others both internally and externally.
- Solder electronic sensor, connectors, solder cups
- Solder electronic components to circuit boards.
- Read and interpret assembly drawings and work instructions (ops drawings and process sheets)
- Initial or stamp completed work on routing step documentation.
- Perform insulation resistance test, bonding tests, hi-pot/dielectric tests.
- Perform continuity test using hand held DVM.
- Perform functionality tests using test beds.
- 2 or more year’s prior work experience in an Electro/Mechanical assembly environment.
- Able to solder small wire and connector joints.
- Able to read and interpret drawings, operations instructions and wiring diagrams.
- Prior experience working in a controlled environment utilizing lot traceability is preferred.
- Must be able to use handheld Multi-meters, temperature devices
- Prior experience and knowledge of Dielectric, Insulation resistance and bonding tests a plus.
- Communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.
- Must be US citizen or permanent resident alien.
Job Title: Light Industrial - Assembler 2
Pay shall be:
$11.00 per hour for hires with experience.
$10.50 per hour for high school grad’s with no experience.
Steel-toed shoes required for 1st day
Basic Function: Under general supervision, performs tasks of substantial variety or complexity which require a thorough knowledge of assembly techniques, tools, materials, machines, and equipment. Works from engineering drawings, rough sketches, manuals or verbal instructions.
Typical duties/responsibilities for operations may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Under general supervision, perform basic and complex assembly, wiring, and erection of products and systems.
Read and interpret engineering configuration and wiring drawings.
Devise and utilize nonstandard procedures.
May assign and check work of lower level personnel.
May work nonstandard schedules and/or at off-site locations with exposure to varying environmental conditions.
Coordinate work with other groups to ensure meeting commitments.
Perform duties in a manner compliant with prevailing quality procedures and policies.
Perform other related duties as assigned by management.
Complexity of Tasks: Follow standard practices and procedures in resolving basic and complex problems.
Decisions are usually based on established precedents and may affect quality and accuracy to a degree. Errors may result in lost time and rework.
High School degree or equivalent is required. Additional experience of 2-5 years of related experience in assembly is desirable, but not essential.
Alternatively, a special combination of education and experience and/or demonstrated accomplishments. Capable of reading and interpreting Engineering configuration and wiring drawings.
Obtains and assembles component parts to produce completed units for shipment, including packaging and necessary paperwork
Supervision Received From:
Assembles parts by various methods of attachment, such as bolts, screws rivets, springs, etc
Obtains parts from various plant locations as required to keep the assembly line producing
Informs dispatcher and/or supervisor of part shortage
Informs dispatcher and/or supervisor of part problems (rejects, fit-up, etc)
Packs units for shipment
Performs all duties per method, blueprint, and inspection requirements
Fills out required inspection and material control forms
Responsible for quality workmanship
Prepares/organizes for changeovers to minimize downtime
Operate power tools
Control torque to specification
Be aware of occupational safety hazards of the job
Operate hand truck and carts
Change to other positions on line as needed
Must be able to read and write to properly identify parts
Ensures assembly quality requirements are met
Performs other related duties as instructed by supervisor
Complete material transactions (transfers, counts)
Pull Testers for Measuring Forces
Hand Operate Pallet Truck
Assembler Door Shop
Boise Cascade Building Materials Distribution has an opening for an Assembler Door Shop. Please review the responsibilities and needed qualifications below and apply today!
Boise Cascade has been in the business of manufacturing wood products and distributing building materials for over half a century. Today we're one of the largest manufacturers of plywood and engineered wood products in North America – and the only wholesale stocking distributor for building products that can service the entire United States.
Because our business is built on relationships, our employees are critical to our success. And we're committed to investing in them. That's why we offer a benefits package designed to have a positive impact on all areas of your life – from health and well-being, career and community, to financial security and personal safety.
We call it, Total Rewards. Here's a look at what's included:
Medical + Prescription Drug
Dental + Vision
401(k) Retirement Savings
Door Shop Assemblers are responsible for construction of doors and windows made to order. Check product and raw material specifications (lengths, angles). Set up door machinery and equipment to specifications.
Transport raw materials and finished products to and from machinery, equipment and storage area. Door Shop Assemblers load and unload inventory as needed. Travel to job site for replacement and/or repair of warranty work.
Apply and understand mathematical calculations and concepts involving fractions, decimals, percentages, etc. May manage and provide reports on production, quality, and order fulfillment process and performance. Door Shop Assemblers maintain good housekeeping in work area.
Follow safety programs and ensure compliance of OSHA regulation. May train, assign and oversee work of others and ensure work is complete and built to order specifications. May work with and assist location manager and sales team promote and describe fabrication process to customers of assigned and new products.
May be responsible for raw materials and finished goods inventory, materials order replenishment, and maintaining product pricing. Demonstrate strong commitment to safety, quality, environmental awareness, and continuous process improvement. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
High school diploma or GED required. Working conditions are in a warehouse operations environment with considerable physical exertion.
Ability to understand and apply mathematical calculations and concepts involving fractions, decimals, percentages, etc. General warehouse experience, including forklift operation, and/or knowledge of warehouse work environment including specialized on-the-job door assembly training preferred.
Competencies: Safety Awareness, Work Standards, Building Customer Loyalty, Building Strategic Working Relationships, Communication, Initiating Action, Decision Making, Energy, Job Fit.
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