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Vernon, AL 35592
This VIP finaler/welder position is primarily responsible for installing components onto products in VIP weld and final departments.
Roles and Key Responsibilities:
Receives and checks priority list from Final/Dock Supervisor for products to be assembled daily.
Locates and compiles parts necessary for compactor assemblies. Involves manually transporting parts up to 40 pounds and repetitive overhead work.
Assemble panel boxes for compactor products. Includes installing relays, timers, starters, transformers, conduits, electrical wiring in fittings.
Installs power packs, panel boxes and hydraulic cylinders onto compactor products. Includes assembling electrical wiring and fittings.
Assembles wires for motors, solenoids, pressure and limit switches for compactors.
Must be able to read prints, assemble parts and weld. (Candidate must pass weld test to qualify)
Operates welding equipment to attach braces, stands and actuators onto compactors.
Prepares daily production tally sheets and submits to Final/Dock Supervisor.
Observes all safety regulations and reports any unsafe working conditions to Final/Dock Supervisor.
Checks KanBan cards and parts daily. Notifies lead person or supervisor so parts can be ordered on a timely basis.
Must be able to use hand held programmer to program PLC’s for use in Final.
Requires working knowledge of PLC’s and working with new design of boards and computers.
Requires computer knowledge in order to be able to look up prints and schematics on AS-400 computer system.
Attendance at work, including presence at work during regular working hours or other schedule as may be assigned by the department manager, is essential. Acceptance of overtime assignments may also be required in order to meet departmental goals and objectives.
Assists with performing Cleaner’s duties, as necessary.
Have thorough knowledge of Power Pack Assembler job, and be able to serve as back up as needed.
Drives company vehicles to filed service locations and to vendor location to pick up parts.
Operates forklift for transporting parts to and from Final Department, as necessary.
Cuts and crimps hydraulic hoses for compactors.
Maintain cleanliness of work area, equipment and tools.
Willingness to be trained (to learn) the assembly process, and to assist in running of Department in absence of Lead man or Supervisor.
Performs other various duties as may be assigned.