|Job Ref:||160001RA||Employer:||Cummins Inc.||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Country:||United States||County/State:||Indiana||City:||Columbus||Address:||Post Date:||06/10/2016 03:04|
No, this isn't one of those ordinary jobs. |
Cummins is a team of dependable, innovative thinkers, who are empowered to generate and deliver solutions for customers, community and environment. Our employees develop their careers through the challenges only a diverse, global innovator can promise. This is a collaborative culture where thinking beyond your desk is more than part of the job. It is the job.
This is what we call Working Right.
As part of a formal apprenticeship training program, assists journeyworker Mechanical Engineering Drafting Technicians and Associates to learn, develop and apply the skills necessary to obtain a Department of Labor certification as a journeyworker.
Learns to create and maintain quality engineering product drawings and solid models through the application of company, industry, national, and international standards.
Assists with the processing of internal engineering Work Requests; with the Technician or Associate, communicates and works with originators of the Work Requests; learns to deliver completed work requests on schedule or contact the customer to modify the schedule as necessary.
Learns to engage with required functional areas to review completed drawings and models and assists with modifications as needed.
Assists with the design of components through layout studies and dimensional stack ups.
Attends classes and training programs and makes appropriate progress necessary to build basic skills and knowledge required to pass Department of Labor certification examinations.
Assists technicians and engineers as required.
Learns and applies appropriate Company and department rules and guidelines to work.
Participates in the maintenance of quality procedures.
Participates in improvement projects.
Maintains cleanliness within the workplace.
Learns and complies with departmental safety policies and procedures.
Demonstrates confidentiality as required.
Participates in self- and team-audits and associated corrective action.
Performs other miscellaneous duties, as required, to get the job done.
High school diploma, GED or equivalent required.
Must meet the minimum educational requirements to be "Program Ready" to start the apprenticeship program.
Registration in a certified apprenticeship learning program required (for example, a Department of Labor certified program).