|Job Ref:||1618823||Employer:||Tyco||Industry:||Manufacturing||Country:||United States||County/State:||Wisconsin||City:||Marinette||Address:||Post Date:||19/10/2016 22:10|
We are a worldwide leader in saving lives and protecting property with our broad portfolio of chemical and water products as well as mechanical products for the fire protection and building products industries. We design, manufacture, and distribute the highest quality products with market leading features for the Commercial, Residential, Storage, HVAC/Plumbing, Food Service, Petroleum Oil & Gas, Mining, Marine and other markets.|
Statement of the Job
Conducts the production activities of manufacturing organizations to optimize resource use, minimize costs and maintain quality standards. Activities include planning, managing and reviewing production operations to achieve output and quality objectives; monitoring expenditures and resource inputs; and operating, monitoring and maintaining production equipment.
To advise on, supervise, and perform administrative and technical work primarily concerned with the installation, maintenance and repair of tools, apparatus, equipment, and buildings, or other work involving services provided predominantly by persons in skilled trades and crafts. Performs equipment failure analyses (including preventative and unscheduled maintenance). Troubleshoots and diagnoses equipment problems. Prepares technical reports to document equipment modifications and equipment maintenance procedures. Evaluates and recommends equipment improvements to improve availability, capability and yield. Requires technical or managerial knowledge and ability, plus a practical knowledge of trades and crafts.
Comply with the following health and safety duties as a condition of employment:
• Comply with safety rules
• Participate actively in the safety process
• Shut down and process or activity that is unsafe
• Correct unsafe situations
• Report all accidents and injuries immediately
• Submit suggestions to improve safety
• Implement solutions with operator input to close open safety items
• Respond in case of emergency
• Be a coach to others who are acting unsafely
Comply with the following environmental duties as a condition of employment:
• Attend and participate in all hazardous and non-hazardous waste trainings.
• Ability to recognize chemical hazardous labels.
• Spill management and clean-up.
• Capability to follow satellite accumulation rules and requirements.
• Proficiency to recognize hazardous wastes in your area and manage properly.
Associate Degree in Electro-Mechanical Technology preferred
Associate Degree in Automation Engineering Technology preferred
Machinist experience preferred.
Must be willing to continue their education and improve their technical skills
MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Demonstrated understanding of and ability to apply all basic math functions, e.g. addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
COMPUTER SKILLS: Demonstrated proficient knowledge in Microsoft Office applications.
REASONING ABILITY: Ability to demonstrate strong mechanical aptitude. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to reason in a teamwork atmosphere. Ability to learn, change, and adapt as needed.
• Must be able to identify and troubleshoot issues that occur on the manufacturing floor. Will provide data required for higher level issues to assist the engineer in the troubleshooting process. As the tech gains knowledge and experience he/she can take on more of the issues themselves. Equipment that the employee may work with may include, but are not limited to...
• Pneumatic systems
• Electrical Sensors (Photo eyes, analog lasers)
• Robotic Systems (Fanuc iR vision software, Jogging/Troubleshooting Teach pendant programs)
• Control Systems (Understand, read, and program basic PLC systems)
• Mechanical Systems (Assist in drilling, mounting, install)
• Tool Room and Prints (Understand how to take dimensions on parts on the floor and report back to engineering for drawings. Able to fab small parts and modify others quickly to assist operations)
• Will be required to run the equipment on the floor which requires knowledge on setup, electrical, and mechanical functions.
• Will be required to assist on installs on the weekends when needed and run the equipment when troubleshooting problems.
• Will work on time studies, downtime studies, and line improvement to assist strengthening lean operations.
• Will be involved with all process & equipment improvements, new equipment purchases, through installation and implementation, including meeting production expectations of the equipment. Will be responsible for associated capital requests normally up to $50K.
• Will be first person called before maintenance and engineering. Tech will be troubleshooting to identify issues to assist the maintenance personnel and engineering.
• Sets up and operates lathes, grinding and milling machines, and other machine tools such as band saws, drill presses, welding and heat treating equipment, which are required to make and shape all plastic and metal parts to precise dimensions and tolerances, usually to .001 and occasionally .0001 of an inch.
• Develops through trial and error or by making adjustments to prints, lays out and constructs special forming, upsetting, and riveting dies, special cams, links, clamps, toggles, catches and other equipment such as jury clamps, used for production and prototype fabrications.
• Develops and constructs from prints and/or descriptions special valves, seals, gaskets, and adapters for various test applications, special apparatus and components.
• Sets up, develops and trial runs new press forming dies and re-works die details to acceptable parts.
• Maintains and repairs departmental equipment, dies and molds used in production operations such as replacing parts and checking operating precision. Requires replacing such items as ejection and core pins, polishing dies and removing stuck parts in die cavities. Also makes precision measuring gauges for the Quality Control Inspector as well as machine operators.
• Occasionally performs gas and electrical welding and brazing on tools and fixtures and silver soldering.
• Grinds and sharpens cutting tools.
• Using drawing and heat-treating furnaces heat-treats tool steels by checking temperatures and using a Rockwell Tester.
• Is periodically called upon to evaluate or repair wear of production machine components and perform spindle alignments on these machines.
• Works cooperatively with tool designers, draftspersons, maintenance, and/or engineers to arrive at logical solutions to tool and machine design/function problems.
• Performs other related duties as assigned by the Manager.