Business Segment: Power Water & Process Technologies
Location(s): United States; Colorado; Boulder
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GE announced they signed a definitive agreement to sell the Water & Process Technologies business to SUEZ, a services and solutions company with global operations primarily in water and waste management. The deal will be subject to customary closing conditions such as regulatory review and appropriate consultation and we expect this to be complete by mid-2017. Water & Process Technologies will operate business as usual through this process and will continue to meet its commitments to its valued customers and employees. This includes hiring strong talent to help the business grow and be successful. GE is targeting to complete the sale of the business by mid-2017. GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Role Summary: The Assembler within the Consumables department will perform a variety of productions tasks including assembly, working from a Bill of Material (BOM), picking material from stock, and testing assemblies. The work of the Consumables Assembler will be done according to instructions provided in the form of drawings and written documents. In this role, you will complete all paperwork assemblies.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Assembler - Consumables, you will:
Perform mechanical production assembly work of high complexity and have the ability to work very close tolerances
Perform final assembly and determine method of assembly of parts into sub-assemblies, and sub-assemblies into units or systems
Ensure that all related directions and documentation are accurate including review of quality documents, pick lists, quality check lists, and other related documentation
Ensure that all parts and sub-assemblies are correct and to desired specifications
Retrieve material to ensure that stock items are available on the production floor and inform the Production Supervisor of any shortages
Safely power up and test finished assemblies and have sufficient understanding of the items assembled to perform trouble-shooting and rework
Perform necessary paperwork to ensure Work Order, Quality Assurance and Labor Tracking requirements are fulfilled
Work from complex drawings, final assembly blueprints, and/or verbal and written instructions with minimum supervision
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor
Regularly perform use of ordinary hand tools, calibrated tools, and analytical instrumentation, as well as chemically aggressive fluids, such as acids and bases; high voltages will occur in the instruments under repair (Manual dexterity, reasonable vision, and safety awareness is important)
Spend a short amount of time utilizing a computer or telephone
High School Diploma / GED or Associate's Degree
Prior complex assembly work experience
Manual dexterity, strong attention to detail
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