Assembly Technician I (002459)
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: August 6, 2015
Organization: Eaton Electrical facility.
City: Greenwood, SC
High School diploma or G.E.D. Authorized to work in the United States without Company sponsorship. Semi-Skilled work which includes at least one of the following: vocational education, apprenticeship, in-plant, on-the-job, or essential experience gained on other jobs. The usual amount of time spent by the average worker in acquiring the information, learning the techniques, and developing the facility for acceptable performance in a specific job, occupation, or field of work as outlined in the employee handbook and posted salary wage schedule.
Assemble and wire Low Voltage Sub Assemblies. Assemble and wire internal components. Set and operate engraving machine and assemble nameplates. Box, pack and ship finished product and all raw materials, as appropriate. Work to manufacturing information, electrical and mechanical drawings, sketches, written or oral instruction from supervisor or engineering and to established procedures.
Responsible for visual inspections of material before and after assembling. Identify nonconforming parts, troubleshooting. May be required to perform hypot test on assemblies. Use various fixtures, gauges and assembly tools to assemble, adjust or repair assemblies. Use of layout, drill, saw, punch, rivet and paint material as required. Apply identification labeling on completed sub-assemblies as required. Form shipping groups of final products shipped to external customers and prepare assemblies for shipment or storage, as appropriate. Assemble, wire and mount equipment for sub-assembly and customer service orders. Pack, crate and band items together for shipment. Include proper identification on packing material. Select and pack appropriate literature, shipping lists and instruction booklets. Build crates for shipping products, as appropriate. Sort, weigh and complete all shipping orders. Request release for shipment. Maintain records of material shortages and assemblies completed then relay to production operator.
Load assemblies and materials onto trucks. Move material manually using a variety of material handling equipment. May be required to push, pull and rotate up to 100 lbs. on a regular basis and lift and carry up to 50 lbs. frequently. May be required to climb platform to assemble or repair units and to retrieve material from Kan Ban racks. Apply product labeling for identification before moving to shipping. Assist lower coded operators or perform tasks of lower coded positions. May travel to customer site to assist with installation or repairs. Complete checklists and feedback forms for finished product. Monitor levels of Mexico, W-24 and/or Kan Ban inventory and report shortages. Work to establish procedures, manufacturing information, engraving requisitions, drawings, nameplate standard book and written or oral instructions from supervision. Set up and operate engraving machine. Use fixtures, gauges and measuring instruments for the purpose of holding, drilling and measuring nameplates. Use drill press, table saw, and beveling machine to drill, cut and form nameplates and mimic bus. Set up engraving machine to conform to non-standard instructions (various sizes, colors, and types of materials) per special customer requirements. Fill engraved characters with coloring material and remove excess waste or dust, etc. All employees are expected to comply with the environment, health, and safety guidelines.