Motor Wind Operators (Project Management)
The Assembler – Motor Wind will enable company success by performing duties to assemble, paint, inspect and test a variety of designs of subassembly parts used in the final assembly of motors, fans and blowers.
• Assemble parts from subcomponents for motors following drawings, work instructions and in-process inspection requirements.
• Perform a wide range of tasks to assemble a stator winding. Tasks include, but not limited to: operation of equipment to make subcomponents (winder, press, cleat), cut & wind wire, insulate, impregnation (chamber) buff, paint and test the parts.
• Interpreting part drawings, allowing for improvement discussions with technical support groups (i.e. Process Engineering, Quality, Design Engineering).
• Participates with teams to solve department area problems.
• Measure parts using basic measuring tools (i.e. ruler, calipers). Basic Math skills. Algebra a plus.
• Maintains established standards of quality, productivity & attendance.
• Records information or data describing work performed or defects found.
• Conduct product testing and performance testing including recording of results.
• Follows all safety policies and procedures, including required Personal Protective Equipment for the respective job being performed.
• Responsible for both the success of the individual and the team.
• Works overtime as required (mandatory at times) by the business & performs other related tasks as assigned.
• High School degree, GED Certificate and equivalent experience (On the Job Training)
• Driven and self-motivated.
• Effective verbal and written communicator.
• Flexible/adaptable in a changing environment.
• Ability to take constructive feedback on opportunities / gaps in knowledge / skill set.
• Displays good judgement – quality & safety.
• Manufacturing experience a plus.
• Ability to learn and apply new skills
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any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex,
age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity,
status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal,
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