Esterline is seeking an Assembly Line Operator to join our CPFL Line.
The position will work directly on Control Panel Flow Line performing a variety of complex technical tasks, assembly, and audits. Will provide support, and follow direction from other Assembly, Engineering Aides and Inspection personnel. This position will have direct contact with, Engineering, Quality Assurance, Test Engineering, Calibration, and Supervision.
Some of the Primary Responsibilities
Performs complex assembly operations in a continuous mixed-model flow line environment.
Follows standard work instructions in accordance with Engineering drawings to build product per the designed specifications.
In-process Inspection of complex assemblies and systems for conformance to drawing and quality standards.
Perform basic troubleshooting of complex assemblies, assembly tools, tooling, and test equipment associated with production product, upgrades, & reworks.
Works from Engineering or Quality drawings, specifications, standards, test procedures, and verbal instructions to determine product or procedure acceptance.
Will update, maintain, and improve as agreed upon by team personnel, various Quality or Assembly Engineering documents.
Will be responsible for assuring that build and inspection equipment that is calibrated and/or qualified as fit-for-use is used properly and maintained within the Korry Quality System.
Will be responsible to perform self-audits of workstation or as directed to ensure compliance to system and specification requirements.
May assist Quality Engineers or Assembly Supervisors with design, inspection, and building of inspection tools and test equipment and/or creation of work standards.
Understand and live by Esterline's ethics and business conduct policies
Willing to cross-train across product lines
Strong communication skills
Possess intermediate knowledge of reading, interpreting, and implementing blueprints, schematics and drawings
Must have a keen attention to detail; hand and eye coordination
Works cooperatively in a team environment and effectively communicate with others
Participates in problem solving teams to develop process improvements
Willing to work extra hours, and potentially weekends
Must have computer skills and knowledge; ability to operate on a computer
Has a moderate understanding of Lean principles
Ethics and Values
Integrity and Trust
Education/Previous Experience Requirements
A minimum of three (3) years of Assembly experience.
High school diploma or equivalent required, prefer two-year technical degree.
Knowledge of test equipment preferred.
Knowledge of and preferably trained in IPC-610 and/or J-Standards. Soldering skills are a plus.
Basic Work Hours
Esterline is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet
Esterline Technologies Corp