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Machine Head Cell Leader / Wind Turbine Production
Machine Head Cell Leader / Wind Turbine Production
GE Renewable Energy
Posted 11/30/2018 10:55:03 AM
Job Function: Manufacturing
Business Segment: Renewable Energy OnShore Wind
Location(s): United States; Florida; Pensacola
The Machine Head Cell Leader / Wind Turbine Production is a key manufacturing leadership role in a non-union facility responsible for delivery of over 65% of GE Wind's global volume of Machine Heads. You will lead a team of both salaried direct reports and assembly technicians in execution of safety, quality, delivery and cost objectives.
You will need to demonstrate ability to solve technical issues, execute continuous improvement programs, manage P&E budgets and effectively motivate a diverse, high performing team.
As the Machine Head Cell Leader / Wind Turbine Production, you will:
Develop and communicate a manufacturing cell strategy that cost effectively meets or exceeds business commitments
Support the development of the master production schedule through Oracle R12 scheduling and execute customer commitments on-time while ensuring that safety, quality and cost targets are met
Create an environment of respect and trust among the cell and ensure open lines of communication for the identification and resolution of both technical and personnel issues
Lead a direct report salaried team consisting of 3 Quality Process Engineers, 4 Manufacturing Engineers and 7 Operations Leaders
Interface with engineering, sourcing, materials, quality, logistics and projects teams to ensure the efficient delivery of product to project site
Lead a team of ~200 GE non-union technicians and up to ~200 contractors to assemble, test and deliver Machine Heads and Drivetrains to site across a 3-shift operation
Work with contract labor supplier to ensure appropriate staffing levels while meeting cost and efficiency targets
Use Lean Six Sigma methodologies to continue the optimization of the hubs RePower pulse line on both shifts, addressing modifications and updates where needed
Lead the improvement of the Drivetrain and MH Main line moving line; including strategically developing communication rhythms, setting proper staffing levels, appropriately developing assembly processes, determining standard work, and synchronizing efforts between GE and suppliers to ensure a flawless ramp
Ensure that the team is focused on continuous improvement projects that address safety, quality, delivery and cost goals
Identify, hire, and develop talent for roles within the cell and broader manufacturing teams
Lead NPI activities for 3X, Cypress, and WT20 to include safely shipping no escaping defect units on time at should cost
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college
Minimum of 10 years of experience in a manufacturing role
Minimum of 5 years of experience in people leader role in a heavy industrial manufacturing environment
Bachelor's degree in Engineering
OMLP Graduate (GE Employees Only) or JMO
Proven leadership roles in a heavy industrial manufacturing environment
Ability to create a shared strategic vision and effectively delegate ownership to drive team success
Strong analytical skills
Prior experience as an Ops Leader and either quality process engineer or manufacturing engineer
Strong communication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to inspire ownership and ongoing support for team objectives
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified or equivalent quality certification
Ability to manage multiple priorities under tight deadlines
Strong attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to bring assignments to a successful completion
Ability to anticipate customer needs and ensure that they are met
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GE Renewable Energy harnesses the earth's most abundant resources – the strength of the wind, the heat of the sun and the force of water – to power the world's biggest economies and the most remote communities.
With an innovative spirit and an entrepreneurial mindset, we engineer energy products and digital services that create industry-leading value for our customers around the world.
We see the promise of renewable energy everywhere we look. Our team has the courage, scale, passion, diversity and resourcefulness needed to deliver that promise wherever and however the world needs it.
Together with our customers, we're proving that no one ever has to choose between affordable, reliable, or sustainable energy.
We are unleashing limitless energy.
GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristics protected by law.
Locations: United States; Florida; Pensacola
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.
Associate/Scientist, Cell Biology And Biochemistry
Founded in 2016, Foghorn Therapeutics discovers and develops novel drugs to treat cancer and other serious medical disorders. The company seeks to discover novel therapeutics that target chromatin remodeling complexes. Foghorn uses a proprietary platform based on revolutionary advances in mechanistic understanding of disease.
We currently seek a highly motivated, creative and collaborative researcher to join our team in a hands-on role to discover the next generation of innovative therapeutics towards unmet medical needs.
- Functional and mechanistic characterization of enzymes, substrates, multi-protein complexes, and protein-protein interactions.
- Design, development and troubleshooting of diverse biochemical and biophysical assays towards understanding mechanism and small-molecule modulation of cancer targets, including hit identification, validation and optimization
- Analysis, interpretation, documentation and presentation of data to the department and project teams
- Assessment of emerging technologies with an emphasis towards the adoption and implementation of new experimental techniques enabling drug discovery
- Contribution to group knowledge and expertise through collaboration and idea exchange with multidisciplinary teams
- BA/BS degree or MS degree in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biology or a related field with 2-10+ years of relevant industry experience (title will be commensurate with experience)
- A solid understanding of protein biochemistry and enzymology – experience with biochemical and biophysical assay development towards understanding protein targets, their interactions with binding partners and their modulation by small-molecules.
- Experience with fluorescence-based assay techniques (e.g. HTRF, FP, AlphaLISA/AlphaScreen, quench assays) and label-free technologies (e.g. ITC, DSF, SPR, MST) is desired
- High-throughput assay development experience is preferred.
- Experience with automated liquid handling instrumentation is a plus
- Demonstrated ability to analyze, interpret and present data in a clear manner
- An interest in contributing to medicinal chemistry drug discovery efforts to evaluate compound SAR and mode of action characterization
- Team player with excellent communication and inter-personal skills
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General duties include building, assembling, testing and packaging a variety of meters or meter reading technology products by following bill of materials, drawings, work instructions, and/or routings. The assignments will encompass all activities involved in the completion of customer orders with production ranging from components to packed finished goods ready for customer shipment. Work is completed through manual assembly, utilization of various specialty pieces of equipment, or automated machinery.
Depending on work area, production ranges from low volume and high variety to higher volumes and more repetitive work. Employees regularly rotate through various workstations within their home department and occasionally work in other areas of the facility depending on workload and customer orders. Most work areas require standing for the majority of the work shift Employees are required to use computer systems on a daily basis to obtain part drawings, set up information, work procedures and perform production reporting.
Works from dispatch lists or production schedules to obtain required daily output. Responsible for generating part identification tags. Utilizes computers and bar coding technology in various processes.
Responsible for observing safe work habits and maintaining cleanliness of work area. Work direction is given by supervision, team leaders, or set up technicians. Possesses good communication skills and is able to work in a team environment.
Work subject to process and final inspection in accordance with Badger Meter’s quality management system. May be assigned to work in other departments or perform other duties as instructed by management. Small Meter Plant:
Operates, adjusts and performs a variety of tasks such as operation of plastic injection molding machines, assembly of meters, leak test and testing of meters where the work is standardized, repetitive in nature and has specified tolerances. Required to monitor and tend to multiple molding machines simultaneously. Number of machines is dependent on machine cycle times and required secondary work.
Performs secondary operations to molded parts such as degating, sprue removal, and drilling. Checks parts visually and with the use of inspection tools to ensure parts meet specified quality standards. Logs inspections as required.
Performs in process inspections using verniers, calipers, standard gauging and coordinate measuring machines. Sets up and operates meters accuracy and leak test equipment to determine acceptability of product. Positions meters in machines and performs flow tests.
Packs meters, registers, and accessories to customer order specifications and prepares packages for shipment according to defined processes. Meter Reading Technology Plant: Sets up, adjusts and operates a variety of assembly and test equipment.
Performs register assembly and sub-assembly operations on standardized and engineered electro-mechanical MRT units. Tests, fits and connects PC board assemblies along with register sub-assembly into register housing for automatic meter reading products. Works from drawings, schematics and Level III documents.
Uses equipment such as small arbor press, screwdriver, nut driver, soldering iron, adhesive system, ultra-sonic welder, oscilloscope, and semi-automatic test programming and equipment. Tests assembled registers for proper function and accuracy and adherence to customer specifications. Industrial Registration Plant:
Performs highly varied register assembly, sub-assembly and test operations on electro/mechanical units. Fits and assembles PC board assemblies along with register sub-assembly into register housing for various specialty application registration devices. Works from simple assembly drawings, routings and standard procedures.
Uses equipment such as small arbor press, screwdriver, nut driver, hand soldering iron, ultrasonic welder and computer-run test equipment. Tests assembled register for proper function and accuracy. Assembles cartons and packages registers/generators for distribution according to customer specifications.
Large Meter Plant:
Performs a variety of operations such as machine loading, assembly, leak test and meter testing and packaging of large meter products where the work is standardized and repetitive in nature and has specific tolerances. Performs repetitive operations to assembly mechanical and/or electrical units where some fitting, alignment and adjustments may be required.
Sets up and operates meters accuracy and leak test equipment to determine acceptability of product. Positions meters in machines and performs flow tests.
Packs meters, registers, and accessories to customer order specifications and prepares packages for shipment according to defined processes.
Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Applicants can learn more about their rights regarding equal opportunity in employment by viewing the federal "EEO is the Law" poster and the “EEO is the Law” poster supplement at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
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- PIM Certification ( At least 1 person on team has to either have a PIM Certification or Line Sweep Certification; however, these certifications can be waved if they have the experience )
- Line Sweep Certification
- Certified Climber or Certified Rigger
- Certified Rescue Climber( At least 1 person on the team has to have this certification)
- OSHA 10 Certifications
- Certified CPR ( At least 1 person on the team has to have this certification.)
Construction Manager - DAS And Small Cell (King Of Prussia, PA)
Our client offers a rewarding career track managing industry leading telecom projects with a growing organization along with future growth potential, excellent employee benefits, salary plus bonus, company vehicles to their employees, etc.
- Manage project schedules in the E.PA market and ensure deadlines are met.
- Oversea DAS projects in the field.
- Supervise Field Team and subcontractors to ensure quality work and safe work environment.
- Manage project budget.
- Experienced managing telecommunications projects that include DAS, Small Cell or tower NSBs / modifications.
- Leadership experience in the field and strong organizational skills.
- Self driven and positive personality.
Flight Systems VKF Test Cell Supervisor - 1069 - Internal Only
Grade level: 37/38
This opportunity is being offered by National Aerospace Solutions, the team selected by the U.S. Air Force to conduct Test and Operations Sustainment at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC), Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee. AEDC operates more than 55 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges and other specialized units located in six states. Many of the complex's test units have capabilities unmatched elsewhere in the United States; some are unique in the world. AEDC is one of three installations which are part of the Air Force Test Center (AFTC), one of six subordinate commands of the Air Force Materiel Command organization and an important national resource.
AEDC’s mission is to conduct developmental test and evaluation for the Nation through modeling, simulation, ground and flight test. Execution of the mission requires a large team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals from multiple technical disciplines to effectively accomplish the objectives of our test customers.
NAS currently has an exciting opportunity available for a VKF Test Cell Engineering Supervisor to join our team at Arnold Air Force Base, TN.
- Responsible for overseeing Test Operations Engineers/Mechanical System Engineers for a grouping of VKF located Wind Tunnels.
- Responsible for overseeing Test Cell Superintendents, as well as the assigned mechanical and electrical craft, for a grouping of turbine engine test cells.
- Conducts annual performance reviews in accordance with approved NAS procedures and holds career development discussions.
- Coordinates and supervises the RBA test, as well as the DBA maintenance and investment activities for the assigned VKF test cells and support facilities. Has the responsibility for interpreting, organizing, coordinating and executing these activities from a technical, as well as a resource staffing point of view. Forecasts engineering and craft staffing requirements for these activities and provides inputs to next level management.
- Oversees the change control and configuration management process for the mechanical assets associated with the assigned test cell grouping. Performs technical review of all asset documentation including operations and maintenance (O&M) hazard analyses and work instructions for these mechanical assets.
- Leads the TOS team (multi-discipline & multi-functional area) to execute the RBA test projects assigned to the assigned test cell grouping. Coordinates the test requirements, collects and organizes the cost, schedule and technical inputs from the project team, and prepares the project plan. Tracks TOS performance during project execution, evaluates changes and takes corrective action when required. Acts as the TOS liaison to the Air Force RBA Test Manager.
- Provides input to the annual budget cycle, including resource requirements for administrative, engineering and craft personnel (all disciplines & all functional areas), along with material and utility requirements, for all RBA test and DBA maintenance and investment projects for the assigned test cell grouping. Work Package Manager (WPM) for assigned RBA and DBA project execution and scheduling.
- Performs and manages the work in accordance with relevant NAS and TOS procedures and AEDC standards and requirements including national consensus codes and federal requirements.
- Makes recommendation to Engineering Management of key personnel for project assignments.
- Champions the creation of a work environment which fosters openness, trust, communications, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction.
- Exemplifies the company core value and convent of safety in all aspects of job including wearing Personal Uses Protective Personal Equipment (PPE) in accordance with company policy.
- Performs other related duties as required.
- B.S. degree in engineering from an accredited university and 11 to 13 years of progressive and relevant experience or any equivalent combination of relevant education and progressive and relevant experience.
- Demonstrated leadership skills
- Knowledge and demonstrated practice of related safety measures and setting a good example for others with respect to safety.
- Skilled at written and oral communication.
- Must possess active security clearance.
- Skilled at building and maintaining personnel relationships.
- Demonstrated ability to mentor less experienced technical staff
Due to Air Force Security requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required for employment at AEDC.
NAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minority/Women/Veterans/Disabled (AA/EOE). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, citizenship, genetic information, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Applicants with a physical or mental disability, who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, may e-mail their request to email@example.com.
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT RESUMES to this address as they will not be considered for employment opportunities.
Analytical Development Scientist, Cell Therapy
Bayer and CRISPR Therapeutics have entered into an agreement to create a Joint Venture (Casebia Therapeutics) to discover, develop and commercialize new breakthrough therapeutics to cure blood disorders, eye diseases / blindness, and heart disease. CRISPR Therapeutics will contribute its proprietary CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology and intellectual property, while Bayer will make available its protein engineering expertise and relevant disease know-how. It is the first long-term strategic partnership of its kind to make a substantial investment in the development of target delivery systems to bring systemic in vivo CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology applications to patients.
For more information, please visit www.casebia.com
Casebia Therapeutics is seeking an Analytical Development Scientist with a passion for delivering life-changing breakthrough therapeutics to patients. She/he will lead the development of analytics for cellular therapy products based on Casebia’s gene-editing technology. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in immunology and hands-on technical experience with development and qualification of GMP-compliant analytical methods for cell-based therapies. This position includes both lab and management responsibilities and you will work closely with the Research and Discovery teams located both in Cambridge, MA and San Francisco, CA. You will participate in development of strategy to release and characterize the T-cell drug product and execute on the strategy through development of fit for purpose methods at Casebia and at contract organizations and eventual establishment in a GMP manufacturing facility for in-process testing and product release.
- Manage analytical development projects hands-on for gene-edited ex vivo T-cell therapy products for structural and functional characterization of products to be used in the clinic.
- Design and execute method development and qualification in support of process development, product release and stability, product characterization and investigation, for gene-edited T-cells
- Summarize and present scientific data and report progress on behalf of the team in cross-functional forums (e.g. CMC team) and liaison with the research teams
- Lead definition of the quality target product profile working with stakeholders in discovery, pre-clinical, and translational functions and use to develop critical quality attributes for product
- Contribute to development of assays on the drug product that can predict safety and efficacy outcomes considering input material variability etc.
- Contribute to CMC teams and communicate and collaborate effectively to ensure effective interactions with all stakeholder groups
- Ensure high-quality, timely documentation in electronic laboratory notebooks and Technical Reports
- Contribute to transfer of the analytical methods to a CMO and manage implementation and qualification activities leading to successful use of methods in QC to release and characterize GMP T-cell product.
- Assist in the development of standard operating procedures, analytical test methods, analytical sampling plans involving immunoassays, and molecular biology techniques
- Author and/or review process documentation including study protocols, reports, SOPs, batch records, material and product specifications, forms and deviation support documents
- Contribute to regulatory interactions and filings and responses to regulatory questions
- Support and contribute to relevant and impactful innovation programs to enhance T-cell analytical technologies in the areas of cell phenotyping, potency measurement, sorting technologies to characterize sub-populations, single cell approaches, aligned with emerging business drivers and regulatory expectations
- Hires, trains, supervises and mentors junior staff members
- MS or PhD in a relevant scientific discipline (e.g. Immunology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biology) with 5 – 8 years relevant experience (5+ years for Ph.D. OR 8+ years for M.S.) including experience in industry
- Experience in developing and executing cellular characterization assays with cell therapy products, including T cells, is a plus
- Previous experience managing/mentoring associate scientists in a laboratory setting is a preferred.
- Experience working with viral vectors for gene delivery and/or various gene editing techniques
- Experience authoring sections of regulatory documents preferred.
- Experience with assay transfer and managing work with external partners and contract organizations in a GMP compliant setting
- Analytical method development and qualification experience in molecular biology and cell biology techniques for cell characterization such as quantitative PCR (qPCR), immunoassay, and flow cytometry
- Strong foundational knowledge in immunology and hands-on experience with T-cells or similar cell types
- Demonstrate a strong skill set and knowledge in analytical assay development and assay optimization. Understanding and experience of analytical assay validation is a plus
- Demonstrated knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturing of biotechnology products, analytical method development, technology transfer, method qualification/validation, and process development
- Awareness of GMP manufacturing environment for cell therapy products, including closed-systems, single-use / disposable technology, sterile / aseptic processing, and process qualification
- Awareness of GMP and CMC regulations for gene and cell therapy, including Advanced Therapy Medicinal Product (ATMP) regulations
- Demonstrated scientific aptitude through authorship of peer-reviewed publications
- Ability to manage priorities, influence without authority, and drive to decisions in a fast-paced environment to achieve deliverables in a timely fashion
- Strong interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication skills are essential in this collaborative work environment
- Ability to collaborate effectively in a team-oriented environment; driven and highly organized
- Willingness to travel approximately 20% of the time to engage with R&D teams and external CMOs.
Associate Scientist, Cell Product Development
Rubius Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company pioneering a new era of cellular medicines. Our proprietary RED PLATFORM™ was designed to genetically engineer and culture Red Cell Therapeutics™ that are selective, potent and ready to-use cellular therapies for the potential treatment of several diseases across multiple therapeutic areas. Our initial focus is to advance RCT™ product candidates for the treatment of rare diseases, cancer and autoimmune diseases by leveraging three distinct therapeutic modalities — cellular shielding, potent cell-cell interaction and tolerance induction. We plan to file our first Investigational New Drug application (IND) for RTX-134 in phenylketonuria during the first quarter of 2019. We are planning to file additional INDs in rare diseases, cancer and autoimmune diseases in 2019, 2020 and beyond.
The company, a 2017 “Fierce 15” award winner, was founded in 2013, is based in Cambridge, MA and is currently expanding across the all functions within the organization. Having completed our an initial public offering (Nasdaq: RUBY), we are well capitalized to execute our vision and strategy. For more information, please visit us at www.rubiustx.comor follow us on Twitter.
This position is for an Associate Scientist in the Cell Product Development group, focused on upstream, downstream, and fill-finish activities of cell processing. S/he will work directly with a team of scientists to optimize, scale-up, and characterize the novel cell therapy platform to increase productivity and/or advance the clinical pipeline. S/he will be involved in experimental design, hands-on manipulation of ex vivo derived cells, and analysis of a variety of generated data sets. The right candidate will be an independent thinker, self-starter, and strong collaborator.
- Optimize and develop bioreactor or downstream processes at small scale to increase productivity of the cell therapy process.
- Establish robust upstream processes through careful and targeted experimentation from cell thaw through final fill.
- Perform upstream and downstream analysis to understand metabolism, cell characterization and process analysis using at-line instrumentation including flow cytometry.
- Document and communicate results in a timely manner.
- Present and communicate study results at company meetings.
- BS or MS with 5-10 years of relevant industrial laboratory experience in process development.
- Excellent bench skills with attention to details and high standards for data integrity and quality.
- Experience with early stage process development and late stage process characterization is desirable.
- Experience with high throughput screening techniques (such as shake flasks, ambr15, ambr250, etc.) is desirable.
- Prior industrial experience in gene and/or cell therapy process development and/or experience with stem cells in a academic setting with industrial biologics process development is expected.
- Prior experience with fill-finish activities is desirable.
- Team-oriented with excellent communication and collaboration skills.
- Highly motivated with a clear sense of urgency and focus on providing transformational therapies to patients.
CNC Machinist/Work Cell - 2Nd Shift
- Columbus McKinnon Corporation
Job Title: CNC Machinist/Work Cell
- 2nd Shift (candidates should have flexibility to work 1st or 2nd shift as needed)
Department : Machine Shop
Reports To : Machine Shop Supervisor
FLSA Status : Non-exempt (Direct)
The CNC Machinist/Work Cell sets up and operates conventional, special purpose, and computerized numerical control (CNC) machines and machining centers to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts by performing the following duties.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Studies blueprints, sketches, drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished workpiece, sequence of operations, and setup requirements.
Measures, marks, and scribes dimensions and reference points on material or workpiece as guides for subsequent machining.
Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines such as mills, lathes, grinders, and shapers.
Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed, coolant flow, and depth and angle of cut, or enters commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control media.
Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.
Verifies conformance of finished workpiece to specifications.
Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings or programmed control data.
Verifies dimensions and alignment of assembly.
Installs machined replacement parts in mechanisms, machines, and equipment, and tests operation of unit to ensure functionality and performance.
Confers with engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others to resolve machining or assembly problems.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software.
Physical Demands: 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 accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk and reach with hands and arms.
The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must be able to regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and ability to adjust focus.
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Rack Cell Fabrication Operator Utility - 2Nd Shift
Job ID :
US - Ohio - Marietta
Maintains awareness of surrounding activities and chooses behaviors that support safety.
References Job Safety Analysis "JSA" graphics present on each machine to determine Personal Protective Equipment required for safe operation and risks that are present.
Verifies conformance of work piece to specifications using calipers, metal gauge, protractor, square, ruler, measuring tape, etc.
Verify production material details to guarantee production specifications are met by verifying stock number, confirming thickness, etc., and visually inspects/confirms metal characteristics.
Follows 5S guidelines by maintaining work area standards to accomplish safety and production goals.
Observes and finishes pieces by removing burrs, sharp edges, etc., in order to make work piece safe for internal and external customers.
Performs first-piece inspection to confirm tolerances, condition of materials, etc., to insure company/customer production specifications are present.
Attends team shift change meetings each day to review production board to communicate safety issues, team member status, etc.
Perform preventative maintenance as scheduled to reduce attrition and support quality standards and complete check-off of tasks completed.
Reads MSDS via computer when needed to maintain personal and environmental safely.
Understands laser technology and how it relates to on the job safety to prevent workers from disabling beam and creating a work place hazard.
Reads and converts numerical systems including decimals and fractions.
Analyses and implements details found in isometric drawings, work orders, etc., to set and confirm production standards/accuracy for each job.
Observes the production/fabrication process to insure that each step is completed properly to maintain quality standards.
Positions, aligns, fits, and welds together parts using hand tools and automated equipment to accomplish production goals.
Reads blueprints/layout drawings and other formats of information to retrieve data to identify process to be implemented.
Scans bar codes to track time/production, enters employee information, identifies and enters codes regarding activities.
Shear, punch, grinds/sands, and notches, work piece to cut, bend, and straighten metal.
Tends one or more automated machines to process metal work pieces to specification.
Maintains tooling by sharpening when necessary and replacing when needed.
Replace worn machine accessories, such as cutting tools, shear feet, guards, punches & dyes, welding tips, brushes & rollers, belts, knives, maintains fluid levels etc., when needed to maintain quality and production goals.
Fabricates and assembles structural metal products and metal parts according Operating Process Sheet "OPS" order, verbal instructions, blueprints/layouts, etc.
Handles small to large pieces of materials in a repetitive manner to accomplish production goals.
Positions materials varying in size in press working independently or with others.
Accesses computer to retrieve or enter production specifications.
Guides electrodes, or torch and filler rod, along horizontal and vertical weld line at specified speed and angle to melt and deposit metal from filler rod or electrode onto work piece.
Identifies and/or verifies that proper materials are utilized in the fabrication process by comparing stock with work order specification.
Welds product to achieve production goals with attention on quality and customer specifications to insure overall customer satisfaction.
Works closely with engineering department when implementing new designs and custom fabrication and submits Engineering Change Request when needed.
Sets up and operates machine tools associated with fabricating shops, such as welders, spot welders, rolls, presses, notchers, etc.
Identifies and implements needed design, templates, fixtures etc., by working with others as needed.
Tack or spot welds to secure work pieces for other welders.
Works in teams to identify areas for improved efficiencies and applies teamwork skills to accomplish goals.
Attends training and participates in cross-training when asked to do so.
Lifts work piece manually or using hoist and secures work piece in fixture or loads automatic feeding device.
Starts machine, engages feed, and observes operation.
Troubleshoots work related problems by applying knowledge and experience and following company guidelines for resolving production issues.
Welds metal parts on production line, using previously set up gas- or arc-welding equipment.
Transports, stores, and replaces gases, tanks, etc., by identifying contents and understanding related safety issues.
Files, sands, or shapes sheared or welded parts, using hand tools and power tools.
Operates motorized equipment such as fork truck, crane, etc., during the retrieval and movement of materials utilizing guidelines set forth in the Job Safety Analysis.
Performs sandblasting to clean materials and maintains equipment with solvents.
Perform all job duties consistent with the Code of Ethics and the 4-I Values
Perform all job duties within ISO standards
Participate in Continuous Improvement initiatives and support all PPI, Keys and Lean projects
Perform other duties and cross training as assigned
High School Diploma/GED or meeting WorkKeys entry assessment levels for position and 1 year equivalent experience.
One to three years experience in manufacturing, metal fabrication or industrial setting.
Previous experience with sheet metal, press brake operations or welding is preferred.
Ability to frequently lift up to 50 pounds individually and occasionally lift greater than 75 pounds with assistance.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time, bend, kneel, reach, lift, sit, in a hectic, noisy environment in hot, cold conditions, with airborne dust/fumes present.
Ability to manually move machine controls using hand and foot guides to adjust machine for accuracy.
Ability to distinguish basic colors and shapes when running CNC punch press.
Computer Experience: Ability to maintain basic knowledge of SAP.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
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