Location(s): United States ; Pennsylvania; Emporium
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Role Summary: The Field Coil Test/Fin/Insp role strips, cleans, winds, insulates, processes and tests operations on new and UX field coil components utilizing manual and automated equipment in accordance with manufacturing and quality procedures. In this role you will inspect work completed on components to internal inspection criteria for compliance to quality or engineering requirements.
Essential Responsibilities: In addition you will:
Be responsible to perform work in a safe manner in support of lean manufacturing principals such as but not limited to 5s or single piece flow
Perform special process such as quality audits, welding or non-destructive testing, all of which will require special training, qualification or certification
Provide manufacturing support for manufacture or remanufacture of new and UX field coil components for the facility
Utilize manual and automated production equipment, various hydraulic or pneumatic tools for completion of responsibilities in accordance with in-house manufacturing and quality procedures to ensure all products meet specified requirements
Inspect work completed on components to internal inspection criteria for compliance to quality or engineering requirements utilizing fixtures, precision measuring devices and or testing protocols
Sign-off on the process documentation for each of the work steps performed
Process components in compliance with internal processing requirements
Perform work in compliance to all safety and EHS policies and procedures
High School Diploma / GED
2-5 years experience in heavy manufacturing environment
Participation in on the job training for 3 months
Ability to safely complete job tasks utilizing manual or automated equipment as well as use of gauges needed for inspection or testing as required
Ability to document and record inspection results per in-house procedures
Successful completion of quality audit to internal procedures on assigned product line and/or use of equipment
Ability to complete quality, safety and special process training, qualification or certification
Knowledge of EHS procedures and policies
Knowledge of safe use of manual equipment and hand tools for assigned product lines
Working knowledge of use of inspection measurement equipment
Understanding of all manufacturing and quality procedures associating assigned product line in a lean manufacturing environment
Ability to maintain acceptable defect rates
Ability for successful completion of training requirements
Trained in special processes such as, but not limited to, welding or non-destructive testing and auditing
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