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Role Summary: The Manufacturing Associate will perform all responsibilities of assembly for all customer applications.
Essential Responsibilities: Build and assemble rotors, stators, and generators Perform electrical connections for electrical, electro / mechanical, and electronic assemblies Insert, wind, and connect all coils, transformers, armatures, exciters, inductance coils, rotors, and stators as necessary Complete assemblies using nuts, bolts, and screws Perform mechanical measurements using scales, calipers, and gages Solder and braze assemblies, sub-assemblies, and components as necessary Vacuum impregnate wound components Perform potting, coating, and cleaning of all components Perform light machining as necessary Review, understand, and follow routers, procedures, specification, and other instructions for completeness to perform operation. Solder and braze assemblies, sub-assemblies, and components as necessary Build up electrical harness assemblies and other types of controllers Assemble and disassemble electrical components Coat assemblies with various solutions per specifications Use pneumatic and hand tools to perform assembly tasks Keep all machinery, tools, and work areas clean Apply basic math calculations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions, decimals, and whole numbers) Maintain strong attention to detail and knowledge of production processes Demonstrate manual dexterity to perform assembly tasks in a safe and efficient manner Maintain an excellent record of attendance and punctuality Work in a team-based environment Make decisions based on experience and available data Demonstrate an ambition to excel and advance in skills and knowledge Conform to all EHS guidelines including, but not limited to, wearing proper PPE Work in an area where there may be moderate noise intensity (85 to 89.9 dBa) and areas where hearing protection is required Work in an area where, due to normal machining operations, there may be dust, fumes, or smoke (not over OSHA Permissible Exposure Levels) Lift up to 25 pounds repetitively, occasionally lift up to 35 pounds non-repetitively, and sometimes lift over 35 pounds with assistance Accept and give constructive criticism Maintain a positive attitude Successful candidate may be required to take classes in team building, environmental health and safety, and / or other on-the-job training to learn specific assignments Comply with and support all GE policies and the “Integrity: The Spirit and The Letter of Our Commitment” guide
Qualifications/Requirements: High school diploma / GED or equivalent Able and willing to read and understand applicable information such as blue prints, written instructions, procedures and specifications that apply to daily work operations Able and willing to use hand tools (pliers, wrenches, hammers, etc.) Lift up to 25 pounds repetitively, occasionally lift up to 35 pounds non-repetitively, and sometimes lift over 35 pounds with assistance
Desired Characteristics: 1 year of experience in electronic assembly 1 year of manufacturing or mechanical work experience 1 year of prior assembly experience Able and willing to solder and braze Able and willing to perform light machining including but not limited to drill press, flush and back flush, lead cutting, stripping and forming Able and willing to perform mechanical measurements using scales, calipers, and gauges Able and willing to use pneumatic tools
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