Maintain and improve welding equipment to produce quality products while providing safe and efficient machine operation.
*Maintain an acceptable attendance record at the time of the scheduled performance review.
*Meet the minimum time on the job requirement per the job classification.
Mechanical/electrical set up and adjustments of equipment prior to production.
Aid in the startup of new equipment.
Maintain and repair assembly equipment per PM schedule or as needed.
Instruct assembly operators in the proper sequence and operation of equipment.
Ensure all safety, failsafe, and ergonomic features are functional.
Update and keep accurate records of machine programs, maintenance records, safety, and machine performance.
Continuously improve equipment to make it as safe and efficient as possible.
Move, install, and change robots and welders as instructed by engineering.
Report any deliberate misuse or abuse of equipment to the supervisor.
Program new jobs/PPAP
Understand and control weld schedules
Back up robot programs
Understand input and output and PLC communication
The employee understands that they are empowered to affect change in the company by making suggestions in writing or verbally to their supervisor (i.e., Bright Ideas, Safety Team, Departmental Meetings, and WERS).
Perform any tasks necessary to meet company goals and requirements.
Knows how to program & do weld edits on a robot.
General maintenance on other machines, air & hydraulic & electrical.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Trainees must be willing to enroll in job-related courses and meet the guidelines established by HSC.
Skilled with both hand and power tools.
Must possess demonstrated mechanical and electrical aptitude.
Computer operating and programming skills.
PLC programming experience.
Previous manufacturing experience or related machine experience: machine operator, general labor, or train with an Assembly Set-Up Technician for 90 days.
Ability to lift up to 30 lbs.