This position assembles a variety of components, sub-assemblies and finished products (clippers and capital equipment) in order to meet the production schedule. The incumbent utilizes electrical, pneumatic and mechanical prints for assembly tasks and is responsible for thoroughly testing finished assemblies and machines to insure operation meets established specifications.
Utilize electrical, pneumatic and mechanical prints as reference source in assembling, adjusting, fitting and aligning parts and assemblies in accordance to daily schedule.
Perform inspection and testing of machines and assemblies to ensure it meets criteria. This to include completion of applicable check sheets for equipment according to product work instructions.
May work at different assembly stations as production needs require.
Notify supervision of potential quality related situations during manufacturing processes and report all non-conforming parts, materials and drawings as required.
Interprets and processes jobs and tasks based on daily schedule reports and supervisor updates.
Meets weekly schedule demands with less than 5% carry over.
Meets a quality standard of zero defects.
Preps work area daily with necessary supplies to minimize inefficiencies during build process.
Resolves machine problems by troubleshooting malfunctions and defects of final assemblies.
Must be cross-trained and able to work in all areas of Assembly as the training schedule permits.
Follows ISO procedures and work instructions along with attendance and overtime policies.
Practices good housekeeping on a daily basis to keep the work area clean and safe.
Results orientation: Ability to put measurements and monitoring processes in place to ensure team results.
Team building: Ability to use knowledge and skills such as team goal setting, decision making, and open communications to continue to develop team work among staff.
Mechanical Aptitude: Must have the ability to work efficiently based on mechanical expertise and quickly learn other job related tasks
Customers are the reason we exist.
Continuous improvement is a way of life.
Employees are fully engaged in the business.
Honesty, Trust and Integrity is required to survive.
Identify, recite and explain the One JBT Vision.
Identify and recite the four JBT Core Values and give examples.
Utilize RCI tools (6S, 8 Wastes etc.) and RCI House to incorporate into daily work and processes.
Identify areas for improvement and makes changes (small or large).
Work Environment and Physical Requirements
Works in close quarters in a uniform cell environment.
Must possess manual dexterity to include good hand and eye coordination.
Able to read blueprints and engineering specifications to perform moderate/repetitive assembling tasks.
Able to lift 40 pounds consistently and 80 pounds occasionally.
International travel is a possibility.
Flexible to work late when needed; this includes Saturdays when required due to business demands.
Utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is mandatory while working in the manufacturing area including safety glasses, safety toe shoes and any other necessary safety equipment as assigned.
High School Diploma
Must have at least three years’ experience working with standard tooling in an assembly area, machine shop or similar manufacturing environment.
Must possess ability to read & interpret pneumatic/electrical and mechanical prints.
Proficient in working with decimals, fractions and blueprints
Additional Preferred Education/Skills
5 or more years hands on mechanical assembly with experience using hand tools.
Associates Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Previous experience working with Allen-Bradley components.
Languages other than English
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
It is the policy of JBT Corporation to provide equal opportunity for qualified persons and not to discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law at the JBT Corporation location to which this application is submitted. In addition, as a Federal Government contractor, JBT Corporation is an affirmative action employer. If you require accommodation during the application process, please contact the local Human Resources department. EOE-Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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