POSITION PURPOSE (What this position is responsible for accomplishing)
This position is responsible for assembling and manufacturing of moderate to complex products and parts for assembly, (such as Pumps, AC DC Motors, Valves, Actuators and their sub-assemblies). The key to success in this position is the delivery of on time quality parts by assuring precise conformance to specifications, workmanship standards and customer requirements. In addition to the technical skills required, the ultimate foundation of the Assembly Department is teamwork and displaying certain behaviors to support the success of the team. Key behaviors include Team Work, Trust, Respect for co-workers, Consensus Building and Integrity. We approach challenges willingly and consider continuous improvement a daily part of the job. We benefit from a "Can Do" attitude and we will endeavor to provide an environment of blameless problem solving and continuous improvement to support the high performance desired of the Assembly team members. We address others by name, and respect the diversity of our work force in actions, words and deeds.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES FOR THIS JOB
Build assemblies per work instructions, blueprints and specifications daily
Perform in-process ATP testing as required
Perform Quality Workmanship
Recommend work instruction changes to manufacturing outline as needed
Meet daily production schedules
Participate in "Process Based Leadership" (PBL) to support company objectives.
Develop improvement ideas to promote "Continuous Improvement"
Ability and desire to learn new products
Provide cross-training when required
Short notice travel ability
Knowledge of soldering and PC boards
Understanding of personal computer general navigation.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS (What does the employee need to do to be successful?)
First Pass Yield
Scrap Rate/and or Rework
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: General knowledge equivalent to high school education.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: 5 years experience in aerospace manufacturing environment assembling pumps, motors, valves, actuators. Ability to; read and comprehend blueprints, specifications and schematics. Fully capable of using all standard measuring tools (i.e. mics/indicators/height gauges/etc.). Ability to use volt meters, power supplies, torque test fixtures (dynamometers), etc.