Casket Assembler Metal Job Description Sample
Final - Sheet Metal Assembler
Freeman Enclosure Systems LLC
4160 Half Acre Road
Batavia, OH 45103
Job Title: FINAL - Sheet Metal Assembler
Department: Freeman Enclosure Systems
This position involves reading and understanding blueprints and/or shop drawings and assembling pre-fabricated metal housing units. Best candidate would have an industrial or construction background.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Proficient use of basic hand tools
Accurate tape measure reading
Basic carpentry skills
Ability to climb ladders as needed
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
Preferred experience in metal fabrication and general construction background.
Forklift experience a plus.
Flexible and ability to work in other related departments between jobs.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Trade school experience, other apprenticeship experience, or on-the-job experience in related field or industry.
APPLY on-line or candidates may go directly to the facility - Freeman Enclosure Systems, 4160 Half Acre Road, Batavia, OH 45103 - in which applications are accepted between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm only.
Applicatns may also e-mail current resume to Hr.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Must be able to pass pre-employment background check and drug screen, and when applicable if duties involve operating motor vehicle must be able to pass motor vehicle record check.
Minimum Years of Experience0-2License RequiredNoMinimum EducationHigh SchoolOverview
IES is a national provider of industrial products and infrastructure services to a variety of end markets, including electrical and communications contracting solutions for the commercial, industrial, residential and renewable energy markets. IES is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol IESC. As of the end of IES's 2015 fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, IES produced over $574 million in revenue and employed close to 3,000 employees at over 60 locations across the United States.
From office buildings to wind farms, industrial complexes to housing developments, our employees and design professionals design, build, and maintain the systems that empower lives.
Our commitment to our employees is reflected by our actions:
Safety is Priority One – and our record shows it
Company 401K plan with Employer Contribution Match
Company Paid Time Off
Company Paid Life Insurance, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disabilty Plan
Choice of Medical Coverage including Prescription Plans
Choice of Dental and Vision Coverage
Optional Supplemental Life Insuracne, Critical Illness and Accident Coverage
PLEASE NO AGENCY CALLS. NOTE TO ALL AGENCIES: Any unsolicited agency resumes or agency represented candidates that are presented to any IES employee without first having a signed contract between that agency and the IES Talent Acquisition organization will become the property of IES and no fees will be paid.
EEO & Affirmative Action
The IES policy on equal employment opportunity prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, individuals with disabilities, protected veterans, or any other protected status or characteristic. This policy applies to recruiting, hiring, transfers, promotions, terminations, compensation, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment, and also states that retaliation against any employee who files a complaint regarding possible violations of this policy will not be tolerated. IES is also committed to taking affirmative steps to promote the employment of minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans. IES develops affirmative action programs to support its commitment to equal employment opportunity, consistent with company policy and the company's obligations as a contractor to the United States government.
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IES is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. IES provides reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Applicants who need accommodation in the job application process should contact the IES corporate office at (713) 860-1500 or any IES office to request assistance.
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Systems Assembler - Metal Operations (1273-056)
Come work at Knoll! Knoll is a global office furnishings manufacturer committed to design excellence. Knoll is recognized internationally for creating workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure. Our commitment to innovation and modern design has yielded a comprehensive portfolio of office systems, seating, files and storage, tables and desks, wood case goods, textiles and accessories.
To learn more about Knoll please visit our website www.knoll.com
This is a 2nd shift position (hours are 1:45pm - 9:45pm)
The Systems Assembler in Metal Operations 2nd shift works in multiple areas of the department on a rotation. The ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability and willingness to read and interpret associated paperwork with all job functions, measuring devices, set-up and operates all air tools, electric and hand tools in a safe manner.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Ability to visually identify colors, sizes, insides/outsides, lefts/rights and tops/bottoms
Ability to know which way to measure product to ensure the customer is receiving the correct product
The ability to inspect, wrap and pack all product to meet Knoll quality and ISO standards
Must have manual dexterity
Ability to read and interpret work orders and make various decisions
Ability to use computer to check product locations, and obtain information about work orders
Ability to read and interpret a tape measure
Ability to operate the scanner and label machines
Knowledge of ISO work instructions and quality criteria, know where they are kept
Ability to maintain satisfactory workflow to ensue on time production
Math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
Ability to perform repetitive work on a daily basis
Focuses on performance, quality control, on-time and flexing
Shows initiative, flexibility and the desire to assist fellow associates as the task at hand requires
Takes ownership for all aspects pertaining to their current job assignment (safety, quality, output, etc.)
Performs all their duties in an open and objective manner, utilizing a "best practice" mindset to drive continuous improvement in all job related functions
Participates in Kaizen events to improve job functions
Completes their job requirements in a manner that supports and promotes several key company work-life objectives (safety, quality, productivity, on-time order completion, etc.)
Performs daily housekeeping of work area before the end of the shift
Develops into a Safety & Quality Champion
Principal Tooling Engineer Metal Fabrication Metal Stamping
Job LocationUSA, Louisville, KY
Job Posting TitlePrincipal Tooling Engineer Metal Fabrication Metal Stamping
The ChallengeThe GE Appliances Principal Tooling Engineer - Metals will be a member of the Metal Stamping Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (AME) team. The Metal Stamping AME Team owns and maintains the engineering standards for metal stamping tooling and equipment for the company. The Tooling Engineer will be responsible for managing and executing tooling and metal stamping equipment projects, ensuring that all tooling and equipment are compliant with standards and executed within the project or program deliverables (cost, quality and delivery). At times, the Tooling Engineer will be assigned to New Product Introduction (NPI) programs or to product lines projects to drive product cost out and factory productivity. The Tooling Engineer will be a key liaison between the project team and the plant operation and manufacturing teams; ensuring that plant priorities and objectives are clearly understood and considered for the area under their ownership.
What you will Do
Manage metal stamping tooling and equipment procurement projects: Including specification development utilizing GE standards, supplier selection, early supplier engagement, technical reviews, factory layout development, installation and qualification of high quality, right-sized and cost effective tooling & equipment. Ensure all tooling and equipment is reliable and robust and designed to maximize Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
Coordinate design efforts between part design engineers and the Die Engineering Team in order to develop a robust Die Operational Lineup (DOL) that meets product and operational requirements.
Own the program metrics as applicable to your assigned projects: manufacturing labor plan (VLOH), equipment and tooling budgets and quality of in-house manufactured parts/product. Work with the program / projects team(s) to perform trade-off analysis on competing metrics if necessary and drive decisions based on overall business impact.
Facilitate / lead the use of the Production Preparation Process (3P) while developing manufacturing tooling, equipment and processes. Utilize cross-functional participation to ensure that the tooling, equipment and processes are compatible with the entire value stream. Efforts should include: right-sized equipment, workstation design, material presentation, standard work and single piece flow.
Standards and Compliance:
Ensure all equipment executed in GEA factories comply with Industry and Governmental Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) standards.
Utilize Human Organizational Performance (HOP) principles to ensure that all equipment / tooling / processes are implemented with the health and safety of the operators in mind.
Work with functional leaders to ensure equipment & processes support business initiatives of Bill of Process (BoP), Lean Manufacturing, Ergonomic Design and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Cross-functional Work and Leadership:
Work with factory operations and Lean teams to understand the Value Stream and how your projects impact this. Ensure material flow, workstation set up, model mix, etc. are considered when workstations / equipment are designed.
Utilize the 9-Step Process for tooling and equipment design; consult Critical Process leaders as applicable to ensure development of robust processes for part / product generation. Work with cross-functional team to develop Manufacturing Control Plans (MCP) and Manufacturing Control Instructions (MCI).
Work with design team to ensure Design for Manufacturing & Assembly (DFMA) is considered on part design.
Provide guidance, mentoring, training and leadership for more junior tooling engineers and/or cross-functional team members with regard to tooling design and execution.
Utilize technical and project experience to add to the metal stamping and AME teams' body of knowledge to drive continuous improvement throughout the organization and company.
What you need to Succeed
Experience managing tooling & equipment procurement projects: Including specification development, supplier selection, technical reviews, installation and qualification of tooling / equipment
Experience with multiple fabrication equipment, sheet metal tooling (progressive, transfer & manual dies), die change systems, and associated processes including transfer motion and interference curves.
Prior experience in a large scale manufacturing environment
Experience with Lean manufacturing principles
Ability to work in large cross-functional teams and at multiple levels in the organization (both salaried and shop floor operators / skilled trades team members)
Ability to communicate effectively and be an agent for change.
Good organizational, project management and presentation skills to interact with all levels within the organization and with suppliers and vendors
Demonstrated ability to take ownership of cross-functional program deliverables and ability to drive decisions based on the overall benefit to the company
Ability to mentor, grow more junior members of the team and add to the body of AME knowledge for the business
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering or related discipline OR equivalent hands on experience in technical/manufacturing disciplines OR graduate of a certified tool & die apprenticeship program
- 7-10+ years of experience with tooling procurement & sheet metal die design concepts, die components and applications.
BS degree in Mechanical, Industrial or Manufacturing Engineering and/or be a Journeymen
Working knowledge of simulation software (AutoForm or equivalent) and relevant input parameters Experience with implementing Lean process improvement in a manufacturing operation.
Experience with implementing Lean process improvement in a manufacturing operation
Prior NPI program experience
Six Sigma Certification
Proficient in MS Office, MS Scheduler (or equivalent) and AutoCAD
Familiarity in 3D CAD (ProE, Solidworks, Creo or equivalent)
Working conditions are normal for a high volume manufacturing environment.
Work may involve lifting of materials and product up to 30 pounds and working in and around heavy equipment.
Working in this environment requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, hearing protectors, work boots, and hardhats.
These roles will require frequent walking in a manufacturing plant environment.
20-30% travel may be for domestic and/or international travel to supplier sites/ plants, etc.
Hours & Weekends: Working off-shift and weekends will be required.
GE Appliances is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Sheet Metal Mechanic
About the Company Triumph Precision Components
Fort Worth is a world leader in metal and composite bonding for both structural and non-structural components for the aerospace industry. With extensive machining and sheet metal capability, Triumph Precision Components
Fort Worth provides a wide range of services including sub-assembly processing and system/component integration. We offer a unique environment that fosters individual growth and rewards performance. The work environment is fast-paced and high-energy. You'll be surrounded by people who are passionate about what they do.
Benefits We recognize people as our most valuable asset. Our competitive salary and benefits package includes 401K, matching 401k, stock ownership plans, dental insurance, medical insurance, disability benefits, prescription drug coverage, life insurance, casual dress, paid company holidays, and tuition reimbursement.
About the Opportunity Help us succeed by doing your part as a member of our Metal Fabrication shop as a Sheet Metal Mechanic, located in either our Titanium Foil (Ti-Foil) fabrication shop, or honeycomb core cut cell. Major duties of a Sheet Metal Mechanic include:
Positions aluminum honeycomb core or titanium foil parts on template and masks off areas to be cut.
Lays out and marks dimensions and reference lines on material to develop and trace patterns of product or parts, or uses templates.
Sets up and operates fabricating machines such as shears, brakes, presses, forming rolls, and routers, to cut, bend, block and form, or straighten materials.
Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling, and installing sheet metal products.
Trims, files, grinds, deburrs, buffs, and smooths surfaces.
Installs assemblies in supportive framework according to blueprints.
Inspects assemblies and installation for conformance to specifications.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED);
Band Saw experience desired
Must be proficient in the usage of hand tools.
Experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred.
Must be highly detail oriented and precise, as the position requires specs to be followed with very little room for error.
Be able to read a protractor
Able to read a tape measure and calipers
Sheet Metal Mechanic | Maryville, TN
Assemble, install, and repair sheet metal parts, equipment and products, utilizing knowledge of working characteristics of metallic and nonmetallic materials, machining, and layout techniques, using hand tools, power tools, machines and equipment.
Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling and installing sheet metal products.
Trim, file, grind, de-burr, buff and smooth surfaces using hand tools and/or portable power tools.
Bolt, rivet, screw, clip, caulk or bond component parts to assemble products using hand tools, power tools and equipment.
Install assemblies in supportive framework according to blueprints and/or Sheet Metal Foreman's direction.
Other duties as deemed necessary.
Voluntary Group Life
Paid Vacation Days
Years of Service Days
Education Assistance Program
Employee Referral Bonus Program-
Great work environment
Career advancement opportunities
Sheet Metal Operator
Works independently and in concert with others to perform processes necessary to efficiently and effectively fabricate detail parts. The operator must function as a productive, contributing and responsible member of his/her work team. Support the production team by assembling parts, operating machinery, bending, punching or sawing of metal products as instructed by supervisors.
In all actions, supports LMI's Quality Policy, Mission Statement and other LMI policies and procedures by supporting our commitment to total customer satisfaction, quality products and services, lean processes, continuous improvement, on-time delivery, safety, teaming, individual accountability and respect for people.
Essential Job Duties and
Follows all company and work center specific production, administration and safety policies and procedures. Attends and actively participates in all required training.
Reviews manufacturing planning, part-specific engineering information, set-up information and/or related instructions to understand appropriate work process and quality requirements for completed product.
For machine dependent operations, selects proper tooling, programs and edits to machines (i.e. set-up machine) and starts and observes machine operation during first part production to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance conditions. Adjusts machine controls or other control media as required. Depending upon work center assignment, the operator will set-up and operate but not limited to one or more of the following machines: roll form, turret, brake press, hyrdopress and drill press.
Uses gauges, scales, calipers, mylars and/or blueprints, customer tools and other measuring equipment to check first part quality. Obtains first part for buy-off from lead person, supervisor, quality control inspector and/or second team member. Upon buy-off, completes production run for the manufacturing planning operation. Performs 100% inspection of all parts, subsequent to first part buy-off, and completes requirements of applicable statistical process control plans. Where available, uses target times to evaluate timely completion of work. Notifies lead person or supervisor about substantive discrepancies between manufacturing planning target time and actual set-up and/or run times.
Responsible for minor machine maintenance and maintaining proper alignment and condition of machine.
Completes required documentation, including but not limited to: manufacturing planning operation buy-off, recording of accurate part counts, labor card entry, set-up information, special notes, data collection plans, tie-in information and recording the disposition of non-conforming material. Tears down machine or hand tool set-up upon completion of production run, returning all tools, equipment and accessories to their proper locations. Moves complete part order to next manufacturing operation or staging area.
Works with others, using continuous process improvement tools and techniques and just-in-time manufacturing techniques, to develop and install process improvements that positively impact manufacturing through-put, machine and human resources utilization, space utilization, organization and other factors. Assists to incorporate process improvements into document instructions.
Actively participates in work center and cross-functional process improvement teams by attending team meetings, completing action items, encouraging complete and respectful discussion and understanding of goals, alternatives and solutions.
Work in a fast paced environment with fast changing priorities, providing a high level of attention to detail and focus on a given task and keeping work area clean and organized
Complete other duties as assigned by the management team including working as needed in various other positions to support work flow and to fill in for other team members.
Education and/or Experience:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Three to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Solid background working with sheet metal.
Knowledge of punching process and punch tooling.
Knowledge of roll forming of sheet metal.
Ability to read blueprints.
Knowledge of brake forming and hand forming a plus.
Ability to work with a variety of hand tools including angle grinders, drills and polishers.
Proven measurement and mathematical fraction/decimal conversion skills.
Ability to distinguish material types including Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper and Brass.
Demonstrated decision-making ability utilizing good judgment in determining the appropriate guideline, procedure, and application to utilize in solving problems.
Understanding of process flows, lead times and lean principles in a "manufacturing environment", preferably in the aerospace industry.
Flexible schedule is required; this position requires some weekend work.
Candidate has to be a strong team player and be reliable.
Knowledge of safe lifting techniques.
Required to stand and move on feet all day.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
LMI is an equal employment opportunity employer. Consistent with applicable law, LMI provides access and opportunities to those with disabilities. This includes providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans who seek to access the company's online application system. If an applicant is unable to fully access the online application system, LMI will provide a reasonable accommodation. Applicants with disabilities may contact us at 636-916-2400 for assistance accessing the on-line application system. Callers should have a detailed description of the requested accommodation, their name and preferred method of contact ready for LMI's Human Resources Department. LMI will make every effort to respond within two (2) business days. This phone number is not for the general submission of application materials.
LMI is an E-Verify Employer.
LMI is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Veterans Employer
Metal Fabricator 1 (HP NPI Cell)
We Fly with the Fastest …
With 70+ years of experience and reliability, our products are aboard virtually every major commercial, military avionic and space vehicle program. Our talented, loyal and dedicated employees provide highest quality and innovative solutions, products and services to meet our customers' needs.
Today, we're seeking a Metal Fabricator 1 to add to our fast-paced manufacturing operations as a result of our growth! As a Metal Fabricator, you'll assist in the assembly, fabrication and weld preparation of Arrowhead Products metal ducting systems. This position will be on our 1st shift.
Essential duties and responsibilities for the position include, but aren't limited to the following:
Operation of snips, gauges, over press templates, power nibblers, belt sanders, high-speed band saw, wire brushes, and other tools as needed.
Will use assembly and weld jigs/fixtures.
Assist Metal Fabricator 3 as required.
This description is not inclusive of all duties. Other duties may be assigned.
Successful candidates will meet the following minimum education, knowledge, skill and ability requirements, which include but aren't limited to the following:
HS Diploma or its equivalent; previous experience may be substituted for education requirement.
Previous sheet metal fabrication and/or manufacturing work experience helpful.
Ability to read and understand blueprints.
Must be familiar with basic hand tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, mallets, etc.
Must be able to use standard manufacturing measuring instruments such as calipers, micrometers, scales, etc.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions; including production control and other production/engineering documentation.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Frequent lifting of up to 35 lbs.
Frequent pushing and pulling.
Bend, stoop, squat occasionally.
Sit, stand and walk frequently.
Talk and listen frequently.
Occasional use of computer.
Constant use and motion of hands and arms.
Arrowhead Products is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. Arrowhead Products is a drug free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment. In addition, employees in certain positions are subject to random testing. EOE M/F/Disabled/Veterans
Limitations and Disclaimer: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, this job description does not establish a contract for employment and the content is subject to be changed, modified, or deleted at the discretion of the Company. In compliance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) of 1990, the Company will make reasonable accommodations with those individuals with a disability as defined by the ADA.
Sheet Metal Fabricator
Lighting Systems: 8500 Hansen Rd., Houston, TX 77075 (located near Hobby airport)
Fabricates and assembles structural metal products.
Education, Certifications, Licenses & Registrations:
High school diploma or equivalency (GED) is preferred, but not required.
1-2 years in fabrication preferred but not required.
Specialized Knowledge and
Able to read tape measure and blueprints. Able to calculate and interpret common tape measurements.
Must be trained in applicable SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) and work instructions, if any.
Able to read and comprehend simple or somewhat complex instructions.
Able to write notes or simple correspondence.
Able to effectively communicate information to co-workers.
Able to perform simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division calculations using whole numbers as well as decimals/fractions.
Able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Able to deal with standardized situations with a limited set of variables.
Must be able to follow engineering drawings.
Review prints to determine setup procedure, sequence of operations, and dimensions needed.
Locates and marks bending and cutting lines onto work piece.
Identify material to be used and load material onto or into machine
Sets up and operates fabricating machines: press brake, shear, saws, punch press, turret press, or rivet machine.
Measure pieces for conformance to specifications and verify that the correct quantity has been produced; notify Lead person of any discrepancies
Operate forklift in a safe and proper manner.
Perform ongoing housekeeping duties to keep work area clear of scrap and debris
Industrial manufacturing environment with loud noise level. More than 2/3 of time is spent near moving mechanical parts.
Manufacturing position; spends more than 2/3 of time standing, kneeling/crouching/stooping, using hands, and reaching. Spends app. 1/3 of time walking and talking/hearing. Spends less than 1/3 of time positioning items weighing up to 30 lbs. Generally requires clear vision at close range and perform repetitive hand and arm motions.
3:30pm, with some Saturdays.
Sheet Metal Production Assembly
The Sheet Metal Assembly position is responsible for assembling finished product according to customer specification sheet and company policies using sub-assemblies, parts, and fasteners, and complete components having medium to heavy parts on the floor and fixtures. Support the goals of the manufacturing departments by providing a diverse array of interrelated responsibilities.
FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION
Checks drawings to determine assembly and any special options.
Checks stock bins for adequate supplies of sub-assemblies, parts, and fasteners for the particular job. Contacts Assembler Lead if shortages exist or incorrect parts are in bins.
Maintain hand tools, equipment, inventory and any necessary supplies
Checks drawings to determine required assembly, exterior finish on product, Checks drawings to determine required assembly, exterior finish on product, and any special options.
Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts, and sub-assemblies, per customer order.
From experience, resolves assembly problems. Reports other problems to line mechanic or supervisor for assistance
Maintains clean and safe working environment in line with company policies.
Sets and installs coils, dampers, baffles, wall panels, exterior sheets and roof sheets
Assist team leads with daily tasks
Keep work area clean
Performs other assignments or tasks as required by the department and company
Must pick up any fasteners, nuts or bolts on the floor to avoid safety hazards.
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
Must have a can do, positive attitude and the ability to thrive working in a fast paced team environment.
- High School Diploma or GED
- Graduate of technical school or HVAC certification preferred
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Ability to read tape measure accurately
Ability to use had tools
Ability to operate assembly equipment
Ability to properly operate material handling equipment including fork lift
Basic math and vocabulary skills
Experience working with sheet metal
Carpentry or framing abilities a must
Prior job site or factory experience in construction or assembly functions a plus
Metal Sensor Engineering Technician
Rosemount™ Measurement & Analytical, a business unit of Emerson Automation Solutions, is currently seeking an Metal Sensor Engineering Technician.
Rosemount™ is a signature brand of Emerson, offering a comprehensive line of measurement instrumentation, analyzers and systems which are used in a wide range of applications found in critical processing facilities such as refineries, chemical plants, power plants, pipelines, and more.
The Engineering Technician is an integral part of the Metal Sensor Engineering team providing engineering support to the Metal Sensor manufacturing production line. The technician will provide technical expertise to lead and support improvement projects and production floor support as required. This support will include performing complex tasks that involve fabricating, assembling, documenting, testing, troubleshooting and programming production and test equipment and fixturing.
Provide technical expertise for Metal Sensor improvement projects.
Perform complex tasks involving the design, documentation, programming, and assembly of required manufacturing process test equipment and fixtures.
Will be both a team leader and project team member as appropriate.
Provide hands on capability, support and troubleshooting for production Red-light and Yellow-light situations.
Perform sensor failure analysis as needed.
Support engineering priorities as required to execute Pressure Subassembly goals.
Evaluates and suggests changes to process, materials and methods.
Additional Areas of Responsibility
1.Performs complex tasks involving the design, documentation, programming, and assembly of required manufacturing process test equipment and fixtures.
Works from sketches and verbal instructions where processes, materials, layout, types of components, piece parts and dimensions are usually not specified.
Evaluates and suggests changes to process, materials and methods.
Designs manufacturing fixtures and test equipment.
May participate in engineering design reviews.
Will interface with suppliers and may interface with customers.
Will document and maintain complex station drawings.
Operates computers to perform analysis and develop layout drawings.
2.Assist in supporting manufacturing activities through the resolution of production problems, preparation and maintenance of manufacturing documentation, labor performance documentation, implementation of cost reduction and methods improvement.
Reviews engineering changes, new designs and recommends changes.
Estimates labor, materials, and manufacturing costs for capital equipment justification
Identifies and implements manufacturing improvement opportunities
3.Performs complex tests and analyzes, verifies, records and interprets data.
Prepares apparatus, materials, chemicals, compliance systems, or computers.
Tests limits and parameters are usually not specified.
Operates and understands the operation theory of various machine tools and production equipment including computers, furnaces, high vacuum processing, laser welding, etc.
Will develop and document procedures and prepare formal reports.
Interprets test data and modifies test plans and setups based on intermediate results.
4.Performs advanced troubleshooting, calibration, failure analysis or modification of test hardware, fixtures, software, and production equipment.
Most modifications are made independently.
Recommends design changes to engineering.
5.Will perform design and drafting activities as required to support project work.
Utilize manufacturing technology and packaging techniques using Rosemount accepted standards.
6.Performs work of a miscellaneous nature as required.
Metal Sensor Engineering and this technician are required to support both Eden Prairie and Chanhassen manufacturing sites as required; with Chanhassen being the home facility.
Education: 1800 hours of technical school.
Experience: Six years related experience.
Familiarity with Rosemount pressure products and Pressure Subassembly Manufacturing methods.
Broad equipment experience including operation and maintenance of machine tools, furnaces, high vacuum processing, laser welding, etc.
Experience designing, building, and modifying custom manufacturing equipment.
Advanced control system programing, designing and troubleshooting knowledge in various PLC systems.
Project management experience.
Proven ability to identify and implement improvement opportunities.
Experience with Auto Cad Electrical and Pro-Engineer modeling software.
Proficiency with Word, Excel, Visio and PowerPoint.
Advanced problem solving experience for part quality and equipment troubleshooting.
No calls or agencies please. Emerson will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States. This is not a position for which sponsorship will be provided. Individuals with temporary visas such as E, F-1, H-1, H-2, L, B, J, or TN or who need sponsorship for work authorization now or in the future, are not eligible for hire.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Emerson is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status. We are committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.
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