Assembles details of large dies according to customer’s needs, following blueprint drawings and other written and verbal specifications and instructions.
Duties & Responsibilities
• Maintain work area and equipment in a clean orderly condition and follows prescribed safety procedures.
• Position and assemble parts according to special instructions and blue prints drawings.
• Measure Parts to specified tolerances.
• Inspect parts for cleanliness and flaws. Inspect parts prior to final assembly.
• Operate pneumatic tools and hand tools to aid in assembly (grinder, soldering equipment and hand drill)
• Deburs and grinds part as needed.
• Records time on process sheets for each process of assembly.
• Rebuild Dies – clean, disassemble, replace parts as needed and assemble.
• Use chemicals, adhesives, solvents, lubricants, epoxies and paints as required.
• Operates both stationary and moving overhead cranes.
• Operates fork lift as required.
• Fits parts together utilizing spotting ink.
• Mounts and connects electrical, hydraulic equipment, cuts and fits pipe and tubing.
• Removes small quantities of metal using hand files or portable grinders to clean parts or to produce close fit between parts. Understands tolerances and stack-up dimensions.
• Aligns components and bolts, screws, or rivets them together, using hand tools and portable tools.
• Plumb dies for air, water, lube and hydraulics per assembly drawings.
• Perform any other tasks as assigned to support and improve the overall operations.
• High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
• Vocational school training a plus.
• One year related experience including assembly, blue print reading or equivalent education and work experience.
• Ability to read and understand blue prints drawings.
• Ability to effectively present information one-on-one, in small group situations, customers, clients and other employees of the Corporation.
• Good math skills.
• Basic machining skills.
• Working knowledge of precision measuring tools (micrometers, indicators, etc.)
• Knowledge of pipe threading, bending, and plumbing installation techniques.
• Safety Conscience.
• Lifting up to 65 pounds.
• Climbing up to 30”.
• Kneeling up to 30 minutes.
Time of day
Night Shift 5:15 PM - 5:15 AM
Hours Per Week
August 1, 2016