Hydraulic Chair Assembler Job Description Sample
This team is responsible for assembling electrical, mechanical and/or hydraulic equipment. They read and interpret diagrams, work orders and reports to assemble materials. They perform repetitive assembly and adjustment on units, using tools. They clean parts, test functional performance, and pack finished products for shipment
Construct and assemble sub-assemblies and assemble components including shafts, pulley, bearings, gearboxes & conveyor components.
Fitting and assembly operations.
Repair / refit of products as required.
May weld components to finished products.
Ability to work independently
Read blueprints and bills of materials
Setting all critical bearing clearances and shaft locations without supervision
Other duties as assigned.
Skills & Qualifications:
High school graduate
0 - 2 years mechanical experience (2-4 preferred)
Basic mathematical skills
Understand parts preparation
Use hand tools such as drills, grinders, sockets, wrenches, etc.
Location: US-NH Newton HR
Job ID: 3478
Terex Corporation is a $4.5 billion, publicly traded global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services. The company is passionate about producing equipment that improves the lives of people around the world. Terex operations are global, yet each office or factory is a close-knit community. Terex provides team members with a rewarding career and the opportunity to make an impact. The company values diversity and inclusion, safety, integrity, respect, servant leadership, courage and citizenship. It encourages continuous improvement and offers free courses available through Terex University. Women@Terex provides a supportive network for Terex women in their jobs and careers. It's an exciting time to be part of the expanding manufacturing sector. Terex is a place where you can work and grow. Come talk to us!
It is the policy of the company to attract and retain the best qualified employees. We are committed to providing employment opportunities to the most qualified internal or external candidate based on work-related factors and without regard to non work-related factors including race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or veteran status as a special disabled veteran, Vietnam Era Veteran, or other qualifying veteran.
The Company offers competitive salaries, advancement opportunities, and a full range of benefits, including paid vacation, 401(k), medical, dental, and vision.
Terex Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V.
F-15 Hydraulic System Craftsman 2A675 (Deployed)
Join the ManTech team of highly skilled F-15 Maintainers, keeping a fleet of some of the most successful fighter jets ever designed in the air and on mission.
Whether you've retired, separated from the Air Force, or planning for your USAF separation, we want to discuss your future with ManTech. Our teams of F-15 maintainers conduct on-the-job training (OJT) and direct hands-on maintenance, working alongside passionate people to keep these world-class fighter jets in the sky.
Our program is a rarity in overseas contracting: We offer 40 hour work weeks in Saudi Arabia, a geographically centralized country that you are free to explore. With 30 days of vacation and 11 holidays, you will have the opportunity to visit the nations of Africa, Europe, and the rest of Asia easily and conveniently. Add in the potential tax advantages, free housing and transportation, and you have an exciting opportunity that provides memories to last a lifetime.
ManTech Mission Solutions & Services Group established itself as an industry leader in worldwide technology supporting the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force as well as other key Department of Defense customers. We would like to talk to YOU about joining us!
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist in troubleshooting, inspecting, removal & replacement, repairs, PC-1, PC-2 and utility hydraulic systems
Assist in troubleshooting, inspecting, removal & replacement, repairing actuators, lines and tubing
Assist in troubleshooting, inspecting, removal & replacement, repairing canopies & radomes
Assist in inspecting and servicing hydraulic systems: PC-1, PC-2, and Utility
Document maintenance records and historical data files as required
Assist in researching, ordering and receiving parts
Perform OJT (On the Job Training) with assigned trainees as required
Use hydraulic test stands and related AGE equipment
High School diploma or equivalent and five to six years of related experience.
5 years' experience with a minimum of 1 year as a 7 level on F-15 Aircraft, AFSC: 2A675 or equivalent
Knowledge of OJT and documentation
Working knowledge of T.O.'s, maintenance manuals and IPB's (Portable Hydraulic Test Stands)
Working knowledge about O.N. and I.M. level maintenance functions
Qualifications See Job Duties and Responsibilities Degrees High School Diploma or GED Certificate
Years of Experience 05-06 years w/High School Diploma Position Type Full-Time Shift Other/Unknown Overview For more than 40 years, ManTech employees have been solving complex problems for the national security community. We are comprised of approximately 10,000 talented employees around the world. We adhere to the simple, no-nonsense values on which ManTech was founded more than four decades ago, aligning squarely with the mission objectives of our customers. As our customer base continues to expand and diversify, we continue to diversify our workforce and solutions. Half our employees have a military background, and more than 70 percent hold a government security clearance. As a leading provider of innovative technology services and solutions for the nation's defense, security, space, and intelligence communities; we hold nearly 1,000 active contracts with more than 40 different government agencies.
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ManTech International Corporation, as well as its subsidiaries proactively fulfills its role as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, status as a Disabled Veteran, Recently Separated Veteran, Active Duty Waretime or Campaign Badge Veteran, Armed Forces Services Medal, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a position with ManTech through its online applicant system, please contact ManTech's Corporate EEO Department at (703) 218-6000. ManTech is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer - minorities, females, disabled and protected veterans are urged to apply. ManTech's utilization of any external recruitment or job placement agency is predicated upon its full compliance with our equal opportunity/affirmative action policies. ManTech does not accept resumes from unsolicited recruiting firms. We pay no fees for unsolicited services.
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Senior Hydraulic Engineer
Senior Engineer - Hydrology & Hydraulics (H&H)
Summit Design and Engineering, one of the fastest growing companies in the Triangle area, is seeking a qualified individual to lead and assist in hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and design for transportation engineering and civil design projects. The position will work within our Transportation Design Department in our Raleigh office. Projects will primarily involve hydrologic and hydraulic engineering for roadway/highway, municipal street, and pedestrian (greenways, multi-use trails) projects. Thorough knowledge of NCDOT design standards and practices and experience in project development work flow are required for the position.
Skills and Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology with a minimum of eight years of progressive hydrologic and hydraulic design experience.
Licensure as a Professional Engineer in North Carolina.
Advanced knowledge of and experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling with step backwater programs (HEC-RAS) and knowledge of FEMA requirements.
Experience in roadway drainage design, stormwater management practices and regulations, and erosion control design.
Experience with Microstation, Geopak and Geopak Drainage.
DOT (any state) design experience.
Individuals should be self-motivated and experienced in managing and organizing multiple tasks and related disciplines.
Position requires strong engineering analysis and judgment, proactive attitude, and excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
Management of lower level support staff.
Interaction with clients and public agencies will be required periodically.
Participation in public meetings and presentations will be required occasionally.
Preferred Skills and Qualifications:
BMP Inspection and Design Experience.
NCDOT design experience.
VDOT design experience is a benefit. Survey experience and data management.
Experience with Corridor Modeling.
Licensure as a Professional Engineer in other states.
Project Management experience is preferred.
Summit Design and Engineering Services is a multi-disciplined design and engineering services firm. Since 1997, Summit's success, tradition of service and expansion into new fields of practice have been based on our commitment to help our clients successfully complete projects of all types. We are headquartered in Hillsborough, North Carolina, with other offices in Raleigh, Asheville, Fayetteville, Pittsboro, Indian Trail, and Wilmington. Summit also has offices in Richmond, Franklin and South Boston, Virginia. For the past five years we have been named one of the fastest growing companies in the Research Triangle area.
Why Work for Summit?
We foster a caring and collaborative work environment that also encourages commitment to the communities that we serve, our employees and clients will succeed together. We strive to be integral to the success of the communities we build. We maintain a close-knit team culture where we measure our success by the success of our people and clients. We can help you take your career to the next level!
Criminal and driving background will be performed and must be in good standing. Summit Design and Engineering is an Equal opportunity employer/affirmative action. E-verify
Mission: The department is dedicated to the discovery, development, and promotion of biomedical knowledge involving cell biology and the anatomical sciences.
Through this mission, the department strives to improve human health through excellence in research, scholarly activities, and innovative educational programs in a dynamic and diverse learning community. The long-term vision of the department is to further develop an academic culture that advances cell biological research and innovative approaches to anatomical sciences education. Research: The department currently houses eight active research programs.
Departmental research areas of focus include neuroscience, reproductive biology and cancer biology, with an emphasis on collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches. An ideal candidate will lead an active, extramurally-funded research program that complements and strengthens existing areas of expertise. Teaching: Departmental faculty also teach a variety of courses to students at the graduate and professional (medical and allied health sciences) levels.
The ideal candidate will support the departmental teaching mission by promoting the advancement of evidence-based instructional strategies. Leadership: The Chair is expected to supervise departmental faculty and staff. The Chair will also collaborate with the other Department Chairs, the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, and the Health Sciences Administration to advance the biomedical research and teaching excellence at the Brody School of Medicine. HSH BSOM Anatomy and Cell Biology
Structural Engineer 2 – Hydraulic Structures
AECOM is actively seeking a Structural Engineer II for our Oakland, CA office.
AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow.
Perform a variety of engineering assignments in planning and overseeing research, development, design, manufacture, test, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronic equipment and systems and generally as a member of a design, analysis or review team. Under the close supervision of Supervising Discipline Engineer, performs engineering modeling, analysis, and design assignments of moderate complexity. Prepares calculations, analyses, studies, specifications, reports, and other technical documents. Checks and reviews home discipline calculations and drawings. Reviews other discipline drawings and vendor drawings.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to, the following:
Performs specific and limited portions of a broader assignment of an experienced engineer.
Gathers and correlates basic engineering data using established and well-defined procedures.
Works on detailed or routine engineering assignments involving calculations and relatively simple tests.
Proposes approaches to solve new problems encountered.
Identifies discrepancies in results.
Provides guidance to entry level engineers.
Performs work in accordance with agreed upon budget and schedule with little supervision.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Civil or Engineering with a Structures Major (or equivalent education).
- 3+ years of relevant and progressive professional experience in the modeling, analysis, and design of heavy industrial steel and concrete structures and foundations.
Professional Engineering Registration
Working knowledge of industry codes and standards, including AISC 360, ASCE 7, IBC, and ACI 318
Good oral and written communication skills
Experience and knowledge of STAAD. Pro modeling, analysis, design, and post processing
Proficiency in MathCad, Excel, and Word
Strong understanding and working knowledge of the process of preparing and checking calculations, as well as, approval, revision, retention, and storage of project calculations.
F0217-Department Chair - Nursing & Allied Health
Norfolk State University's (NSU) Department of Nursing and Allied Health seeks an experienced scholar and administrator to serve as the Chair for the Department of Nursing and Allied Health. Norfolk State University (NSU) is a public, urban, comprehensive university with an enrollment of more 5,000 students, and is one of 15 public, four-year institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Founded in 1935, the University is located in the City of Norfolk in the Tidewater/Hampton Roads region of Virginia. Norfolk State University has five academic schools and colleges, employs over 1000 faculty and staff and has an annual operating budget in excess of $145 million. Reporting to the Dean of the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology (CSET), the Chair of the Department of Nursing and Allied Health will have responsibility for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree programs, and the allied health programs with majors, concentrations or certificates in the disciplines of Food Science and Nutrition, Health Services Management and Medical Technology.
In addition to having a passion for student success, duties and responsibilities of the Chair shall include: 1. Provide leadership in managing and growing nursing programs. 2. Supervision of nursing program director, allied health program director, faculty and staff of both units. 3.
Provides curriculum oversight, program review and program assessment, including, but not limited to development, implementation and evaluation of philosophy and objectives of the nursing and allied health educational programs. 4. Direct and maintain oversight of faculty and staff workload assignments, including academic advising, teaching schedules, and committee assignments. 5. Maintain oversight of course management, including editing and preparing the course schedules. 6.
Develop and manage budgets, in accordance with the University's Strategic Plan and the Office of Planning and Budget. 7. Maintain faculty and staff personnel files. 8. Oversight over departmental committees; report preparation and submission. 9.
Compliance with accreditation standards and University, state, and federal regulations. 10. Identification of program outcomes in conjunction with departmental faculty, and providing evidence that graduates have attained those outcomes. 11. Collaborate with area health care agencies in ensure clinical experiences for students. 12.
Consultation with health care agencies and community organizations. 13.
Participation in professional development activities. 14. Develop and evaluate student admission, progression, retention, and graduation policies within the framework of the controlling institution. 15. Infusion of technology and other instructional strategies into curriculum.
*Review of applications and materials shall begin on or around April 2, 2019, and continue thereafter, until final candidate is selected. Candidates are encouraged to visit https://www.nsu.edu/cset/nrah/ for more information on Norfolk State University's Department of Nursing and Allied Health.
EEO Statement NSU is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons and applicants, without regard to age, color, disability, gender, national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, race, religion, sexual orientation, sex (including pregnancy) or veteran status. NSU encourages and invites minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.
An earned Doctorate degree and a record of scholarly achievement in teaching, research, and service that merits appointment to the academic rank of Associate or full Professor in Nursing or Allied Health. 2. Demonstrated knowledge of educational methods and theories, administration, accreditation, and certification standards/procedures. 3.
Skill in the use of technology, software, and resources to assist and aid in the delivery of course content. 4. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing and convey matters to large diverse audiences (students/staff/faculty). 5. Demonstrated ability to supervise the work and performance of others. 6.
Must possess a minimum of three years of higher education leadership experience and demonstrated success working with faculty and staff, and managing financial and non-financial resources. 7. Track record of working collaboratively with internal and external partners and community stakeholders to include collaborating with internship partners. 8. Experience with distance education program development is highly desirable. 9.
Record of scholarly achievement and teaching effectiveness. 10. Demonstrated record authoring, researching and spearheading grants and memorandums of agreements and contracts.
1.As delineated above.
Associate Chair Of Ambulatory Care Medicine
INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAM
Development of a high quality educational program in Ambulatory medicine for medical residents and assigned SUNY HSC at Brooklyn medical students.
Prepare a curriculum for Ambulatory Medicine continuity sessions, and Ambulatory Medicine subspecialties, such as ENT, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Adolescent Medicine, Women's Health, Medical Nutrition and Psychiatry and review on an annual basis.
Develop an ambulatory series of lectures to cover important topics and maintain the quality of the program.
Oversee the development of resident schedules in Ambulatory Medicine.
Select sites for resident ambulatory experiences both on and off campus.
Evaluate the performance of the residents following each assignment and arrange for follow-up feedback for the residents. Initiate enhancements to the program based on the feedback.
Develop appropriate resident orientation sessions prior to ambulatory assignments.
Develop programs of research in the ambulatory areas.
Maintain an active performance improvement program in Ambulatory Medicine and investigate any problems in patient care.
Select faculty to participate in the Ambulatory medicine program and evaluate their performance.
Oversee faculty participation in the daily operations of the ambulatory medicine settings.
Develop and participate in faculty development projects, i.e. Journal Club.
Develop programs of research involving the faculty practice.
Maintain an active performance improvement program in Ambulatory Medicine and investigate any problems in patient care.
Promote a Practice-Based Learning and Development curriculum in the residency training program.
Conduct chart reviews in the MAP, South Site and all teaching sites to ensure quality patient care.
Report Table of Measures to the North Shore/LIJ System.
Ensure Diabetes and Asthma data reporting to IPRO is accurate.
Report department business at Ambulatory PI.
Address patient complaints/quality issues with faculty and residents.
Member – PQRI
Member – Rapid Response Team task force, No. Shore/LIJ System.
Journal Club for Faculty
Research for Faculty
Report to Ambulatory PI
Orientation/Feedback for residents
Chart Review PI
Chair Professor, Junior Faculty Positions At Frontier Institute Of Science And Technology (Fist)
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry invites applications for the position of Instructor and Laboratory Manager. This is a 12-month (0.917 FTE) Administrative and Professional Staff position reporting to the Chair of the department. The incumbent will work full-time August 1 through May 31 and part-time in the summer months, June 1 through July 31.
The incumbent will work as a team member in the introductory curriculum as a laboratory instructor and to provide for the smooth running of the coordinated set of course offerings. We are seeking an individual with the initiative to innovate and continually update the lab program.
The incumbent will manage the general chemistry laboratories, and will play a central role in supporting the use of safe chemical practices across all department laboratories. Specific duties are listed below.
Direct the general chemistry laboratory program.
Teach sections of the general chemistry laboratory courses (3 lab sessions per week and occasional make-up labs). Hold office hours for general chemistry students.
Generate and administer pre-lab worksheets, online quizzes and lab reports for all lab sections of general chemistry. Generate all applicable grading keys. Responsible for the final laboratory grades for all sections of general chemistry.
Assign student partnerships and laboratory drawers for all sections of general chemistry. Coordinate and oversee the movement of students between laboratory sections of general chemistry during Add/Drop. Responsible for coordinating and scheduling make-up labs for general chemistry lab sections.
Supervise all teaching assistants for general chemistry; including training and weekly pre-laboratory meetings. Hire graders and teaching assistants for general chemistry, organic chemistry, and other classes as needed. Coordinate assignment of teaching assistants to courses.
Develop and pilot new general chemistry laboratory experiments in consultation with faculty. Revise and generate the general chemistry laboratory manual each semester.
Natural-science Bachelor's degree (chemistry preferred) with teaching/training experience and operating knowledge of scientific instrumentation and chemical safety (prior experience in an industrial or academic laboratory preferred); ability to interact well with a diverse range of individuals, including students, staff, and faculty; initiative to innovate and continually update the lab program.
See the Oberlin College job site for full details.
Program Chair (Information Technology) - AIU Houston
Student Retention and Support
Administer high-level academic support to ensure retention of students so that they succeed in their academic endeavors.
Provide support to students through advising, transfer credit approval, registration, and next level handling of student issues and complaints.
Provides oversight and answers questions relative to the evaluation of transcripts of transfer students for purposes of admission to a program of study.
Administer proficiency tests as appropriate.
Monitor faculty follow-up with students concerning absence, missing work and/or poor academic progress, contributing to the institution's commitment to student retention and success.
Contribute to weekly retention meetings.
Faculty Support and Oversight
Select, hire, orient, manage, train, and evaluate instructors in the Department.
Participate in the collection of all documentation required to meet state and accrediting agency requirements for the faculty file (Green File) upon hire. Verify that the faculty file documentation is appropriately updated each year.
Evaluate instructor transcripts to assign appropriately credentialed instructors to teach courses in the Department.
Work with Instructors who are new to CEC to orient them to our teaching methods, processes and policies.
Observe Instructors to ensure quality of instruction meets our objectives.
Ensure instructors meet their responsibilities relative to mid-term grades, final grades, student attendance, at-risk students, etc.
Manage faculty loading, class scheduling and instructor scheduling ensuring appropriate student/instructor ratio and classroom utilization.
Review and provides feedback on instructor performance. Conducts periodic performance reviews with each instructor.
Monitor faculty development needs and provides documentation of faculty development plan and outcomes.
Review student evaluations and share evaluations with instructors, using results as a means for identification of opportunities for improvement.
Review and approve faculty professional development plan annually.
Evaluate faculty progress toward professional development plan semi-annually, based upon review of evidence provided.
Develop adjunct faculty pool with appropriate academic and professional credentials.
Teach classes for absent instructors, as necessary. May be required to work extra hours to include evenings, as necessary, and as directed by the Director of Education/Vice President of Education.
Lead the program review and revision process, using student outcomes data and input from advisory boards to drive decision-making.
Contribute to the identification and development of new programs, and alignment of existing curriculum.
Identify requirements and needs to meet national and programmatic accreditation requirements as well as any state licensure requirements.
Work with faculty to determine textbook review and selection.
Participate in institutional effectiveness programs as it relates to their specific program including data collection, analysis and continuous improvement at the campus level.
Develop a schedule of course offerings for each term.
Assure that attendance is taken in every class for each scheduled meeting time.
Maintain required documentation of all student and instructor issues.
Assist in management of department expenses within limitations of the budget. Participate in the budgeting process; operates within budget constraints.
Maintain compliance with school, state, and accreditation policies in the areas of instruction, curriculum, student satisfactory academics, and attendance.
Enact student suspensions, when necessary.
Serve on campus and university-wide committees.
Assist with monitoring the grading system, testing procedures, lab equipment, textbooks, classroom size, and student/staff morale.
Maintains membership in professional organizations and attends/speaks at professional meetings and seminars, as appropriate.
Identifies opportunities for student participation in professional organizations including student competitions.
Interact with community leaders to ensure student participation in community service projects.
Participate in development and management of local corporate programs.
Maintain liaison with industry, accreditation, community and government organizations as needed. Works with advisory boards.
Program Chairs also execute all the responsibilities of an Instructor (see Instructor Role Profile) typically teaching 1-3 classes per session.
Typically has teaching experience in higher education, experience in curriculum development and implementation, and/or industry experience as required by accreditation standards.
Proven administrative and leadership skills
Possess appropriate degree based from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (or international equivalent) on the academic subject area/field of instruction and applicable accreditation requirements.
Terminal degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (or international equivalent) required if responsible for graduate-level program.
Chair Department Of Theatre And Cinema
Full-time, Tenure Track Chair/Artistic Director for the Department of Theatre and Cinema. Start date:
August 10, 2019. Duties include but not limited to: academic and administrative leadership for a growing department, providing advocacy, vision, and guidance for continued development of programs, overseeing recruitment and retention efforts, curricular development, daily departmental operations, advising faculty, scheduling courses, conducting department meetings, managing budgets, maintaining accreditation, supervising marketing/publicity, guest services, and representing the department to the university and community. Additional duties may include teaching design and theatre appreciation courses, designing scenery and/or lighting as needed.
Additional expertise in other areas desirable. Experience with online course delivery desired. This is a 9 month faculty position with administrative duties as chair which requires work throughout the calendar year.
Ideal applicant will possess strong leadership skills, proven administrative experience, professional theatre experience. Additional skills as a collaborator with good interpersonal communication skills are necessary.
Experience teaching design and theatre appreciation courses, designing scenery and/or lighting. Experience with online course delivery desired. A commitment to interdisciplinary learning and community service also desired.
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