Needle Board Repairer Job Description Sample
Repair Technician 1, Board Repair
1.Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing, Engineering or Technology related fields
Performs diverse and complex assignments in support of GEHC product development and repair operations, with a specific focus on board repair. Assignments may include, but are not limited to: set up and running of data acquisition equipment for tests, carrying out experiments, and reporting/documenting results of tests and measures.
Troubleshoot and repair to component level of medical parts including power supplies.
Solder small electronic parts under a microscope using ROHS and leaded solder.
Test production assemblies and sub-assemblies for correct operation and compliance to performance specifications
Interfaces with other departments in the execution of duties to ensure the orderly flow of material and information
Construct and assist in evaluating engineering models
Perform basic trouble shooting encompassing multiple variables and unknowns to achieve root cause analysis and problem resolution. Conduct experiments and diagnostic tests, as required to draw conclusions
Perform software and hardware evaluation and implement plans using knowledge of product, system operation, intermodule interactions, engineering tolls, and interactive software tools as required
Utilize basic technical communications throughout the new product cycle to improve internal models and/or externally sourced components in terms of system performance, reliability, functionality, and serviceability
Provide evaluation, constructive feedback and leadership in the development of internal and external engineering, manufacturing, or service documentation
Develop and execute training plans as required
Provide strong individual contributions in the context of achieving team goals
Provide technical assistance by telephone or in person to customers, field service personnel, or suppliers
Comply with EHS regulations and policies
General direction is given in the execution of job related activities
1.Associates degree and 2 years technical experience
2.Proficiency to logically troubleshoot at subsystem and system level, using identifiable problem solving techniques
3.Ability to draw accurate conclusions from test data, malfunctions, or deviations, and assist with corrections to the existing design or process
4.Proficiency to understand and interpret basic written technical information
5.Demonstrated ability to work well with limited direction and information
6.Ability to communicate using English (or local language)
7.Proficiency to understand and interpret basic written technical information including schematic drawings
GE is the world's Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.
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, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Board Member - Board Of Directors
The Class Consulting Group is a boutique management consulting firm headquartered in SFO- Bay Area that provides consulting services to senior management and Board of Directors of nonprofit/ philanthropic organizations and offers community leadership opportunities to professionals. CLASS collaborate with our clients -- the Non Profit Organizations -- to help them realize their mission and create tangible value. CLASS offers business consulting services in marketing, strategy, human resources/ organization, finance & IT.
We are looking for motivated and committed individuals to join our volunteer-driven Team.
Board Responsibilities :
Estimated time commitment and meeting format
Term [3 years]
Volunteer Job/Unpaid, Part-Time (Flexibility to work with your full time job)
ESP QC Board Inspector, Skilled II
The Quality Control Inspector is responsible for the inspection and light repair of the printed circuit boards.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual who is required to work in a fast paced assembly line. Expected to have a keen eye for detail.
Ability to sit for extended periods of time, if necessary. No heavy lifting required.
Retrieve printed circuit board (PCB) from the wave solder machine
Inspect the PCB for solder bridges, missing parts, leads touching, etc.
Clip leads as needed
Clean boards of excess solder, flux and miscellaneous debris
Look for correct polarity on the necessary components on PCB
Check LCD displays for defects
Perform light repairs as needed or directed by the Supervisor
Send boards to the next station
- The QC inspector has the authority to stop the line in the event that there is a quality issue
Communicate with team leaders regularly
Follow all safety regulations
Maintain a clean work area
All other duties as assigned
Material Review Board (Mrb) Engineer
Who we are
The Spaceship Company (TSC) is an affiliate of Virgin Galactic as a space-system manufacturing organization. Headquartered at Mojave Air and Space Port in Mojave, California, it is building and testing a fleet of WhiteKnightTwo carrier aircraft and SpaceShipTwo reusable spaceships that, together, form Virgin Galactic's human spaceflight system. Like many Virgin companies across the world, its team of over 350 talented and dedicated engineers, technicians and professionals are drawn together by a willingness to disrupt and challenge the status quo and deliver innovative aerospace solutions to our customers' needs. TSC's extensive capabilities encompass preliminary vehicle design and analysis, manufacturing, ground testing, flight testing and post-delivery support.
Our ValuesTSC and the greater Virgin Organization have a relaxed and informal culture that encourages individuality and innovation. You will be motivated, enterprising and enthusiastic. Company culture is such that you need to be able to "check your ego at the door", be a self-starter and possess a sense of humility. You will work well under pressure and thrive on being given challenges and responsibility. You will communicate clearly and be confident and persuasive. You will have a high level of integrity and understand the need of complete confidentiality.
Who You Are
TSC is seeking an experienced, highly motivated Material Review Board (MRB) Engineer. The primary task of this person will be to review manufacturing non-conformances and establish appropriate dispositions for these parts and assemblies. Competency in first order design and analysis principles is a must. Ability to utilize CATIA V5 is desired. Experience with various composite material systems is desired.
Knowledge of air vehicle systems, systems integration, engineering design, the drawing release process, and subsystems/component qualification
Working knowledge and experience integrating various mechanical systems into a composite aircraft.
Familiarity with composite fabrication processes
Review and provide engineering technical disposition of non-conformance notifications related to metallic and composite parts/assemblies
Skilled in "equivalent strength" principles
Participation in product Corrective Action Board (CAR) reviews
What you bring
B.S. degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, or similar engineering discipline is required
At least 5 years of relevant industry experience
Experience with CATIA V5 strongly preferred. SOLIDWORKS or equivalent will be considered in lieu of CATIA.
Experienced design (broad based aircraft experience) with knowledge of design manufacturing tolerances for production of components using GD&T
Experience with Product Lifecycle Management tools (PLM software), Requirements management tools and configuration management
Excellent verbal and written communication, excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Matlab
Knowledge and experience with AS9100 a plus
Experience with the design of flight vehicles or vehicle systems to a set of requirements or standards such as CFR 14, Part 400, Part 23 and 25, DO-160, military (MIL-STD-810) or NASA are highly desired
Experience with manufacturing based ERP systems a plus
Strong team player and ability to work independently with excellent organizational and problem-solving skills
Composite and metal design experience preferred
Understanding of MRB requirements & procedures
Extensive working knowledge of engineering drawings / requirements
NDT/Visual non-conformance disposition expertise
Experience with control & segregation requirements for non-conforming material
Familiarization with records accuracy & completeness (including data codes)
Ability to facilitate inadequate cause & corrective action resolutions
Familiarization with rework vs accept disposition risk assessments
Familiarization with final dispositions & re-submit codes
Experience should include creation of engineering dispositions for non-conformances for pressurized and non
pressurized metallic and non-metallic structures (fuselage, wing, empennage)
Experience should be in a production and/or schedule-driven environment
Capability to analyze and rapidly design repairs based on equivalent strength/stiffness of surrounding structure while in a schedule driven environment
Strong written/verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Typically a 9-10 hour work day, with some scheduled weekend support required
To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR §120.15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
The Spaceship Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer; employment with The Spaceship Company is governed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status.
Material Review Board Engineer – North Berwick Engineering Center
Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in aircraft engines and auxiliary power units. Headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut, the company has locations around the United States and across the world.
We are a global leader in aviation propulsion and we are behind many of the major advances in both military and commercial engines. We design, manufacture and service aircraft engines, auxiliary and ground power units, and small turbojet propulsion products. Do you have the experience to join our Team?
In the role of Material Review Engineer (MRE) position for North Berwick Engineering Center (NBEC) Hardware in North Berwick, Maine, you will support both detail part production and North Berwick Module Assembly.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
You will review and provide technical disposition of commercial & military hardware non-conformances produced in house or at supplier manufacturing locations.
You will ensure product integrity and compliance to FAA regulations and Military specifications.
You will maintain P&W quality image to all customers, through evaluation, investigation, analysis and repair development.
You will provide credible balance between Manufacturing capabilities and Engineering requirements.
This position will work with all Engineering disciplines (Structures, Aero and Design), Manufacturing and Quality Engineers, Operations personnel, local on-site DCMA and suppliers.
This is a 2nd shift position (3:30PM to 12midnight).
More about Pratt & Whitney…
Inclusion Powers Innovation:
We unlock our employees' full potential through a versatile and engaging culture that values everybody's opinion, driving innovation.
The goal of our diversity strategy is to create a workforce and environment where every employee is valued so innovation and creativity thrive and to ensure that all employees are engaged and empowered.
Employee Resource Groups:
The 9 ERGs have a collective mission of supporting P&W's recruitment, development and retention efforts through workshops, and events that promote personal/professional development, employee engagement, community involvement and business value.
All ERGs are open to all UTC employees, participation is voluntary
ERGs strive to provide short and long-term professional and personal benefits to their members
There are many other employee organizations at P&W, often more recreational in nature (e.g. jazz band and bicycling club).
A Great Place To Work!
We're known for moving the world forward – building machines that run for hours, days and weeks without pause. But, people aren't machines.
This year, UTC updated the vacation policy to provide more vacation time sooner. As soon as you start your role, you'll be eligible for 15 paid vacation days (10-19 yrs., 20 days & 20+ yrs., 25 days).
Birth and Parental leave:
As a mother or father you have time off options to consider while caring for and bonding with your child.
UTC offers 8 paid weeks of birth and adoption leave and 4 paid weeks for parental leave.
Employee Scholar Program:
We are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the ESP!
We believe that individual and corporate success is inspired by lifelong learning; we enable employees to continue their higher education. We want to have the best-educated workforce on the planet.
ESP is one of the most comprehensive company-sponsored employee education programs in the world. More than 45,000 employees have earned more than 38,000 degrees.
Pratt & Whitney is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Sample Board Maker
SUMMARY: Performs responsible semiskilled work in assisting in the set up and operation of an automatic sample board assembly line; assembling and inspecting sample tile display boards; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assembles, inspects, and stacks sample tile display boards;
Grades and places sample tile in correct location on sample board;
Inspects sample boards to ensure that tile is located correctly and is straight
Reworks sample boards which are incorrect
Wraps sample boards in cardboard wrappers, sends them through taping machine and places on pallets;
Cuts tile to correct sample size using hand saw
Grades, sorts and boxes smaller tile to be used on sample boards;
Place pallets on rollers for Palletizer
Maintains cleanliness of the area
Observes all safety procedures
Drive forklift as needed
Performs related tasks as required.
Ability to keep routine records, follow oral and written instructions
Ability to work in a fast paced environment
Ability to handle multiple tasks at once
General knowledge of tile grading, operation of sample board equipment
Ability to maintain sufficient supplies to support the operation of the line
Two weeks training required for sample board equipment
Must have the ability to qualify for a forklift license
High School diploma or GED required
Must be able to multi-task and have a fast steady pace; general knowledge of tile grading and operation of the automated sample board equipment; ability to maintain sufficient supplies to support the operation on the line; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to communicate both orally and in writing; ability to maintain effective working relationships with other employees; ability to make minor repairs to equipment; and the ability to make decisions using good judgement; must have the ability to qualify for a forklift license; any combination of education equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in assembly line work; four weeks training to perform the job at an acceptable level.
Please visit: floridatile.com/careers to apply for this opportunity. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of completed applications.
Florida Tile provides an array of benefits to meet the diverse needs of our employees. Our comprehensive benefit program includes:
Medical, Dental, and Vision Plans
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employee Wellness Program
Employer Paid Short and Long Term Disability
Employer Paid Life and AD&D Insurance
Supplemental Life, Supplemental AD&D, Accident, and Critical Illness Coverage
401k Retirement Plan and Employer Provided 401k Matching
Paid Time Off
Employee Assistance Program
Florida Tile is committed to treating people fairly and respectfully, we are committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity in the people we hire, the manner in which they are trained, their selections for promotions and transfer, and in all other aspects of employment. Your ability and performance are the keys to your success here at Florida Tile, regardless of your age, race, color, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, religion, creed national origin, political ideology, veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability unrelated to the ability to perform the job, in accordance with applicable law.
Assistant Director Of Board Operations And Assistant Secretary To The Board
Reporting directly to the Board Secretary and Assistant General Counsel, the Assistant Director of Board Operations and Assistant Secretary to the Board is responsible for providing organization and support for all activities and responsibilities of the Board of Trustees and its committees.
Develop and maintain a board operations manual.
Develop and maintain board calendars.
Develop and maintain repository of all board documents.
Communicate and coordinate with board members for ad hoc/special meetings.
Provide ongoing assistance to board members for operational aspects of their board activities.
Assist in taking, maintaining and circulating minutes of board and committee meetings.
Assist in development of communications to the board, including dashboard updates.
Coordinate with all staff across the University on developing board materials on a timely basis.
Support all activities of the Board Secretary.
The ideal candidate will have strong, demonstrated experience with project management, organization, documentation, process development, communications, and presentations. Strong technology skills (including Microsoft Office programs, Adobe, SharePoint, and project management software) are critical. Ability to travel and a flexible schedule on occasion are required.
Construction Board Of Appeals Board Member
JOB DESCRIPTION: Benefits Supplemental Questions
THERE ARE (2) VACANCIES ON THIS BOARD. EACH VACANCY IS FOR A REPRESENTATIVE WITH DISABILITY
The Construction Board of Appeals (CBOA) meets as necessary in order:
To determine the suitability of alternate materials, methods of construction, and other specifications set out in the City's adopted Uniform Codes.
To interpret the provisions of the City's adopted Uniform Codes and to hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions or determinations made by the Chief Building Official, Code Official or Fire Marshall relative to the application and interpretations of the adopted Codes of Title 15.
To conduct hearings and provide the second level of administrative review for contested Administrative Citations issued pursuant to the adopted codes of Title 15 or otherwise issued by the Chief Building Official. To serve as the acting Housing Appeals Board required under California Health & Safety Code section 17920.6, and to also serve as the appeals body for any other adopted codes found within Title 15 of the San Luis Obispo Municipal Code, including disability access requirements imposed by the California Building Standards Code and the California Health & Safety Code.
Meetings shall be on call of the Chief Building Official on at least three days public notice given in a form acceptable to the City Clerk. Meetings are held in the Council Chamber, City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, California, or at a location otherwise noticed.
More details at: https://www.slocity.org/government/advisory-bodies/agendas-and-minutes/construction-board-of-appeals
The Construction Board of Appeals (CBOA) consists of seven members. Members must be residents and registered voters of the City pursuant to the City of San Luis Obispo City Council Policies & Procedures Manual.
Five of the seven members shall be qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction and building service equipment, hazards of fire, explosions, hazardous conditions or fire protection and who are not employees of the City. Two members of the Board shall be physically disabled persons, as defined in the adopted California Building Code. Board members may serve simultaneously on other non-technical City advisory bodies pursuant to the City of San Luis Obispo City Council Policies & Procedures Manual.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst - Honolulu
Are you a recently certified or seasoned BCBA? We want to work with you!
With our headquarters in San Francisco, we are a nationwide company providing ABA services to families with a current 1099 contracting opportunity for the right BCBA in Honolulu, HI.
The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) serves as the clinical supervisor for all ABA services. The BCBA conducts functional behavioral analysis, generates related behavioral plans, and ensures the effective implementation of all treatment and programming for clients on their caseload. As a primary function, the BCBA is responsible for the training & supervision of direct care staff to ensure effective implementation of the behavioral plan, as well as all relevant policies and procedures. The BCBA is responsible for adhering to professional and legal requirements and principles as well as demonstrating sound professional judgment at all times. Collaboration with family, caregivers, and all service providers is necessary to ensure continuity of care.
Provide direct instruction, training, and support to client and family members during regularly scheduled visits.
Demonstrate ability to work effectively as part of a clinical team
Initiate contact with new referrals and/or referral sources in a timely manner
Effectively manage caseload, prepare and submit all required documentation in a timely manner
Review and evaluate the performance of the direct care staff member to ensure the proper implementation of treatment plan
Ensure that all treatment methodologies are evidence based and reflect the most recent research findings.
Conduct functional behavior assessments & recommend positive behavior supports for children with Autism Spectrum and other related disorders.
Monitor and provide support for staff in use of ABA strategies and procedures.
Collaborate with families in the development of behavior support strategies.
Work closely with the Behavior Specialists in their provision of direct services, and provide the needed resources and guidance to assist clients, parents, and Behavior Specialists in the development and implementation of behavior protocols.
Certification in Behavior analysis required (BCBA Certification)
ABA State Licensure (if required in your State)
Experience in evaluation and treatment of children with serious behavioral problems and spectrum disorder required.
Credentialed with TriCare or Anthem/Blue Cross a plus!
1099 Contractor position with flexible hours
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (Bcba)
Behavior Analyst IBoard Certified Behavior Analyst The Behavior Analyst provides highly advanced behavior analysis services in the form of consultation and technical assistance to individuals with cognitive, developmental, physical and health related needs, working under minimal supervision, with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. The Behavior Analyst provides clinical supervision and consultation for all staff psychologists in the area of applied behavior analysis.
Performs observations and assessments relevant to the design of positive interventions and supports for individuals and provides training to staff concerning positive and effective approaches to preventing/addressing challenging behaviors. The work involves consultation, review, and approval of functional behavioral assessments and behavior support plans. The Behavior Analyst assists in systematically evaluating the consistent implementation of behavior support plans through personal observation, staff interviews, and review of documentation.
He/she works with Associate Psychologists and Unit Directors to facilitate effective staff management and program implementation. The Behavior Analyst assists in providing professional development of Associate Psychologists including applied behavior analysis, positive behavior support, clinical behavior management, and contemporary behavioral issues to positively impact service delivery. The Behavior Analyst is responsible for maintaining knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and departmental and agency policy and for developing systems and procedures to meet the standards and requirements therein.
The Behavior Analyst serves on and chairs the Behavior Support Plan Peer Review Committee. The work schedule varies upon request or as needed.Essential Job Functions:
Attends work on a regular and predictable schedule in accordance with agency leave policy and performs other duties as assigned.-Provides behavior analysis services in the form of consultation and technical assistance on behalf of residents. Conducts comprehensive functional behavior assessments, develops oral and written reports of the results of such assessments, and develops or assists in the development of behavior support plans. (30%)-Provides clinical supervision and consultation to Associate Psychologists, interdisciplinary teams, and other staff and works with Associate Psychologists to facilitate effective behavior analysis interventions and supports for program implementation. (20%)-Systematically evaluates the consistent development and implementation of behavior support plans through personal observation, resident and staff interviews, and review of documentation.
May include analysis of trends and patterns of problem behaviors, use of restrictive and emergency procedures, and treatment results. (20%)-Provides professional development and training of Associate Psychologists and other staff, as needed, including applied behavior analysis, learning principles, behavior modification techniques, positive behavior support, and contemporary behavioral issues to positively impact service delivery. (20%)-Chairs the Behavior Support Plan Peer Review Committee. Acts as the Chief Psychologist in the temporary absence of the Chief Psychologist, provides after hours on-call support as requested, and informs the Chief Psychologist in a timely manner and with recommendations for correction regarding any significant issues related to behavioral services. (10%) Other duties as assigned include but are not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location.Knowledge Skills Abilities:
Ability to conduct comprehensive functional behavior assessments and to develop behavior support plans.Knowledge and skills in applied behavior analysis and behavior support plan development, implementation, and evaluation.Knowledge regarding medications used to assist with behavior management and systems to track treatment effectiveness.Ability to evaluate behavioral and program data and to make clinical recommendations based on those data.Ability to train staff in programming and related behavioral areas.Ability to professionally supervise behavioral and programming staff.Ability to work with minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.Knowledge and experience in administering all aspects of the delivery of behavioral services to persons with intellectual disabilities.
Knowledge regarding etiology and characteristics of developmental disabilities.
Knowledge regarding applicable local, state, and federal laws, federal regulations, and departmental and agency policy related to the provision of behavioral services.Advanced writing skills in developing technical reports, grants, research proposals, and other relevant documents.Leadership skills in motivating staff and effectively implementing changes. Knowledge and skills in using personal computers and relevant software. Completion of required supervisory training including Positive Performance Program, Employee Selection Process, and Human Resources within the first 90 days of employment.Registration or Licensure
Must possess a minimum of a Master's degree from an accredited university that was conferred in behavior analysis, education, psychology, or related discipline. Must be Board Certified as a Behavior Analyst by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.Initial Selection Criteria:
Must possess a minimum of a Master's degree from an accredited university that was conferred in behavior analysis, education, psychology, or related discipline. Must be Board Certified as a Behavior Analyst by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.Additional Information:
Applicants must pass a fingerprint criminal background check, pre-employment drug screen, and registry checks including the Client Abuse/Neglect Reporting System (CANRS), Nurse Aide, Medication Aide and Employee Misconduct and HHS OIG List of Excluded Individuals/ Entities. Males between the ages of 18 – 25 must be registered with the Selective Service.
All State Supported Living Center employees are subject to Random drug testing.Flexibility in work hours may be required for this position. The position may be required to work overtime and/or extended hours.Note: Military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position may include: 68X, 230X, MED10, 4C0X1, 42SX.
All active duty military, reservists, guardsmen, and veterans are encouraged to apply if qualified to fill this position. For more information see the Texas State Auditor's Military Crosswalk at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspxrequisition 374477
HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.
I-9 Form - Click here to download the I-9 form.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.
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