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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Sales, Services, and Solutions
Location:
Augusta - Georgia
Job Summary

This position interfaces with Rockwell Automation’s customers in which the Asset Management Professional (AMP) will be located onsite at a customer location. AMP also interfaces with field sales and support management, corporate account managers, product group and corporate sales management, and local authorized distributor. Principle responsibilities include on-site resource for all customer repair needs, consulting services, report management, installed base evaluations, renewal parts, Third party repair, and quantifying Rockwell Automation sales leads.

  • Manage the repair process by collecting and entering data into SAP on a daily basis, obtaining, and presenting quotes including coordination of shipping and receiving activities at the customer site.

  • Identify, recommend, and implement process improvements in regards to the MRO/repair process with focus on plant reliability.

  • Works with customer’s Management and Technicians to identify cost savings opportunities.

  • Critical Asset Analysis-Identify critical assets and assist maintenance with predictive and/or preventative maintenance strategies-help with culture change.

  • Work with Allen Bradley and Third Party Product OEMs to provide appropriate repair documentation-root cause interpretation.

  • Identify Top “X” failures (as defined by customer) and assist maintenance with data to aid in understanding root cause and corrective action.

  • Work with OEMs and Repair Facilities to identify probable cause and recommend appropriate corrective actions to reduce number of failure occurrences.

  • Monitor repair turnaround times from OEMs and Repair Facilities. Interpret trends and issues and coordinate with extended team to reduce turn around time.

  • Spares optimization on existing and new equipment(future).

  • Provides consultative, transactional and analytical services to the customer including gathering relevant product data and creating metrics reports and databases that would aid in project status reports.

  • Implements mutually agreed upon process recommendations with plant.

  • Develop customer reports and conduct customer meetings for report out on KPI status and open issues.

  • Process Management (SOP, Training of process, KPI’s, Environmental Concerns/Best Practices).

  • Data Analysis/Recommendations (Inventory Levels, Failure Trends, Repair History Trends, Pricing Considerations, Repair Process, Correct/Right Parts, Obsolescence Management).

  • Monitors equipment trends at Customer Location.

  • Provide Recommendations for the use of predictive maintenance technologies.

  • Conducts root cause failure analysis (RCFA), Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), fault tree analysis (FTA), and reliability block diagrams (RBD).

  • Assists in setting required training and standards based upon failure modes identified.­

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Champaign - Illinois
Job Summary

Individuals operate within functional work teams and follow set procedures to maintain process flow to meet daily production and quality standards. Functional work areas include Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving operations.

Major responsibilities
Functional

  • Perform daily responsibilities within functional team (Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving) Pick and pack correct product and quantity and ensure on -time delivery to customers. Perform required QC audits to ensure quality policy is achieved. Load and unload materials from trucks. Receipt for incoming inventory and deliver products to proper storage location. Conduct inventory audits and related tasks as required.

  • May train as a forklift equipment operator. Follow all forklift operating procedures and safety precautions.

  • Must be proficient in the use of all support equipment (RDTs, computer access, power trucks, etc.).

  • Cross train in functional areas to provide support across the distribution center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

  • Responsible for distribution center housekeeping standards.

  • Responsible for utilizing proper safety equipment and following all safety procedures.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by supervision.

  • Must participate in and accomplish yearly objectives for personal and department improvement.

  • Participate in ISO training (Champaign location specific), and all company and department policies and procedures.

  • Participate in troubleshooting, analyzing, and correcting problems within team and distribution center.

Interpersonal

  • Responsible for daily communications with internal team members.

  • Maintain effective communications with all distribution center teams and management.

Business

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates employees in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Engineering and Technicians
Location:
Mayfield Heights - Ohio
Job Summary

As a DevOps Engineer for Rockwell Automation, you will have the opportunity to drive Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery of industry-leading commercial software and embedded software product lines that are known for their innovation and usability. You will be part of our agile teams that are responsible for modernizing and optimizing software delivery utilizing the latest and greatest DevOps skills from automated provisioning to automating CI/CD Pipeline.

When you join our software engineering group, you become part of a team that delivers cutting edge solutions to our customers and believes in continuous improvement, knowledge sharing and collaboration. You will join a team that is agile, innovative and is focused on improving our Product Quality and Engineering Productivity using the latest DevOps tool stack like OpenStack, Terraform, Jenkins, Maven, Chef, Elastic stack , Git and Nagios.

We are looking for someone who will effectively leverage a diverse set of technical backgrounds and opinions by fostering a team-oriented environment and the use of open and direct communications, honesty and respect. The ideal candidate will also actively seek knowledge of new developments in the configuration management, software quality, and test framework fields and will identify and pursue career development and training opportunities.

Essential Functions

  • Works with multiple teams in a large-scale, global development environment using a common code base.

  • Manages build processes and the build environment using and evaluating tools such as Perl, Make, Visual Studio, Jenkins, PowerShell and Maven.

  • Manages, supports, and executes build processes. Manages automated verification/qualification for builds.

  • Collaborates with other global campuses and other product groups on strategic evolution of build, test, and promotion pipelines.

  • Guides and contributes extensively to the collection, development, review, and adoption of corporate software build, source code branch strategy, configuration management, and software deployment practices, tools, and techniques.

  • Sets up, troubleshoots, and maintains build servers and virtual machine environments.

  • Investigates and evaluates applicable configuration and build automation methodologies, technologies, and tools and introduces promising approaches into our automated pipelines. Identifies and participates in technical and developmental training opportunities.

  • Drives continued integration of automated testing into the build system/process.

  • Works closely with software engineers in an agile development environment to improve our quality and turn-around time of delivered software.

  • Contributes to or independently gathers and documents requirements for the software quality and test framework environment from multiple internal customers.

  • Prioritizes and executes multiple activities in parallel.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Engineering and Technicians
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

SCOPE:
Core member of New Product Introduction (NPI) team(s), responsible for developing and implementing manufacturing plans in support of a Business Unit’s strategic objectives.

JOB SUMMARY:
Under general direction, supports the introduction of new products to the manufacturing facility in accordance with the RA Common Product Development (CPD) processes. Works with Design and Manufacturing Engineering to ensure optimum product and process design for manufacturability. Develops and implements manufacturing layout and processes and associated documentation, estimates manufacturing cost, and coordinates execution of prototype and pilot activities. Works on issues of moderate scope and complexity where analysis of situations or data requires review of relevant factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures to determine appropriate action.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Actively serve as the Industrialization representative, in all phases, on NPI/Continuation Engineering project teams.

  • Develop and update the Manufacturing Plan.

  • Design production floor layouts.

  • Identify assembly equipment, tooling, and fixture requirements. Participate in the procurement, installation and validation activities.

  • Lead Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA) analyses.

  • Track product manufacturing cost throughout the NPI project.

  • Lead Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA).

  • Create Documented Work Instructions (DWI).

  • Coordinate prototype and pilot build and evaluation activities.

  • Ensure compliance to all production environmental, health, and safety requirements.

  • Facilitate final acceptance of all new assembly processes

  • Apply engineering problem solving skills and familiarity of Rockwell Automation systems to perform duties and responsibilities.

  • Assist with the development and implementation of cost reduction and process improvement projects.

  • Exhibit good organizational and interpersonal skills.

  • Communicate effectively, both verbally and in written form, to a broad audience of varying technical and cultural background.

  • Collaborate with others from within and outside of the Industrialization group to achieve common objectives.

  • Use facts and logic to influence others.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Summary/Scope of Position:
Responsible for planning, organizing, controlling, and directing daily and weekly operations of the work cell/s to meet goals and production requirements.


Essential Functions:

Functional

  • Balances workload and assigns work to work cell members on a day-to day basis to support work cell and departmental objectives.

  • Assists in completing tasks to meet deadlines and commitments.

  • Balances and assigns work cell priorities to best achieve customer satisfaction and business objectives.

  • Schedules and provide on-the-job training for work cell members.

  • Leads and participates in process improvement initiatives as required for work cell.

  • Expedites materials and parts through the Planner for the Department. Manages reprioritization of workload and schedule.

  • Manages department metrics, SIP charts and RAILS.

  • Operates material handling equipment as applicable.

  • Assembly process expert.

  • Process auditing as applicable.

  • Demonstrates working knowledge of SAP.

Leadership

  • Supports employees in achieving goals in safety, quality and customer service.

  • Provides data for measure of work cell and cell members in attaining cell goals.

  • Assists in creating environment that supports change, problem solving and process improvements.

  • Promotes development of an engaged team environment with department.

  • Ability to facilitate cell meetings.

  • Demonstrates compliance with company policies, procedures, and culture.

  • Provides input for preparation of employee performance appraisals.

Interpersonal

  • Develops effective working relationships with cell members and across functions and businesses.

  • Interacts effectively on a daily basis with the support resources assigned to the work cell.

  • Communicates to management, support personnel and cell members any information and updates associated with manufacturing orders in work cell.

  • Represents work cell in meetings with various support groups.

  • Effectively communicates to all shifts the daily goals of the work cell. (This may require periodic flexing of work hours).

  • Works with cell members to build the team atmosphere necessary to support work cells.

  • Supports the team for implementing projects within the work cell or department.

Business

  • Understands department goals and utilizes this information to recommend improvements and changes.

  • Responds urgently to customer needs.

  • Understands documentation and processes associated with the work cell.

  • Monitors performance of work cell and cell members towards achieving cell metrics.

  • Ensures thorough familiarity with company policies and procedures. Appropriately applies policies and procedures in compliance with government laws. Policies and procedures include, but not limited to: Standards of Business Conduct, Intellectual Property, Control Environment, Information Protection, ISO 9000 & 14000, government regulations (e.g. health, safety, quality and environmental), and functional policies published on the Rockwell Automation Information Network.

  • Trains and motivates team members in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures.

  • Obtain Yellow Belt certification.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Molding Operator 3
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To read, understand and work from Documented Work Instructions (DWI), Job Instruction Training (JIT), Flow Charts, Object Lists, etc.

  • Create and maintain Documented Work Instructions (DWI) as needed.

  • To utilize Work Sample Boards, Electronic Print Room, Workmanship Standards, Inter and Intra dept. procedures, Electronic Work Orders, and dispatch

  • Set up, operate, maintain and perform minor troubleshooting on injection molding machines and support equipment such as sprue pickers, mold temperature controllers, conveyors, plastic resin drying and handling systems, mold dies, computers, etc.

  • Perform molding process adjustment and troubleshooting to insure products produced are visually and dimensionally acceptable.

  • Compete certification in Routsis plastic injection molding program annually and complete any other training required.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • The machine operator runs and maintains the mold machine production. Workers load/unload dies into machines by pushing/pulling the dies on an automated lift device. 55 lbs bags of product are lifted and loaded into the bins, Workers climb portable staircases to gather the product and other items. Several machines are monitored at one time; workers set up the machine using a control panel and other switches/buttons, product is monitored as is fills cases on the floor and the case is dumped as it fills.

  • The operator changes the presses 1 to 1.5 hours per shift, sorts and assembles parts 5.5 to 6.5 hours per shift.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Material Handler

  1. Prioritize and coordinate continuous activities in shipping.

  2. Work with engineering, Production lines, Supermarket, Facility Maintenance Technician, and other as needed, to coordinate use of shipping space along with available space around the plant for material staging / storage, with minimal handling. Physically make the changes needed.

  3. Work with quality, planners, carriers and Milwaukee on shipping errors, changes, planning, and other tactical issues.

  4. Working with Molding, Maintenance, Engineering and others as needed for special shipping requirements (i.e. tools, resins, equipment).

  5. Work with engineering, maintenance and Milwaukee on storage and disposition of excess equipment.

  6. As needed, or as time permits, complete normal shipping duties.

  7. Manage powered material handling equipment training and inspection programs.

  8. Coordinate process for material flow from assembly through shipping to CDC.

  9. Assist in implementing finished goods packaging, over-packing and palletizing changes, including facility training in process and technique.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

SHIFT:
1st SHIFT (6A – 2P)

DESCRIPTION:
Primary focuses will be performing part inspections, processing non-conforming material, processing customer returns, and supporting the quality management system. Expected to maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.

Functional:

  • Processes material in SAP using Scrap, Stock Transfer Orders, Return Material Authorizations, Rework Orders, and Quality Notification processes using appropriate transaction codes.

  • Insures that all required documentation is complete, accurate and finished in a timely manner.

  • Provides service to internal customers including materials, operations distributors and the company by properly processing customer returns and damaged materials.

  • Uses mechanical and visual inspection tools to perform audits

  • Identifies product problems by being able to work with prints, BOM’s and ECN systems.

  • Performs containment and sorting activities as needed.

  • Acts with a sense of urgency completing tasks in the 0500 and 0700 RMA\\MRB areas.

  • Working knowledge of MS Office software

  • Participate in root cause, corrective and preventative action plan development and implementation

  • Lead / train other associates as needed for containment and sorting activities

  • Support Safety, RPS, and ISO program initiatives.

  • Act as ISO internal Auditor

  • May perform other duties as assigned

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

SHIFT: 2nd Shift (2PM – 10PM)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of drive assembly, packaging kits, building sub-assemblies, testing drives, performing pre-package verifications, managing inventory and cycle count, working with buyers/planners, interpreting documentation, packaging drives, performing manufacturing repairs and PSR repairs, material handling, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

SHIFT: 2nd Shift (2PM – 10PM)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of drive assembly, packaging kits, building sub-assemblies, testing drives, performing pre-package verifications, managing inventory and cycle count, working with buyers/planners, interpreting documentation, packaging drives, performing manufacturing repairs and PSR repairs, material handling, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

SHIFT: 2nd Shift (2PM – 10PM)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of drive assembly, packaging kits, building sub-assemblies, testing drives, performing pre-package verifications, managing inventory and cycle count, working with buyers/planners, interpreting documentation, packaging drives, performing manufacturing repairs and PSR repairs, material handling, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Shift: 3rd Shift (10P – 6A)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of printed circuit board assembly, including prepping, stuffing, preparing for solder, rework and auditing of boards. Also includes material handling, receiving parts, picking parts, handling shortages, completing proper documentation, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

Functional:

  • Perform hand soldering; become certified in leaded and no-lead soldering

  • Work from drawings, bills of material, object list and utilize small hand tools or lead forming machines to cut, bend or attach parts for assembly

  • Operate machines to include electro presses and various pre-adjusted lead forming machines

  • Conduct functional in-circuit test for departmental auditing

  • Conduct safety, housekeeping inspections

  • Receive, consolidate and put parts away. Perform data entry, pick job parts, process returned parts and non-conforming material

  • May perform other duties as assigned.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Shift: 3rd Shift (10P – 6A)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of printed circuit board assembly, including prepping, stuffing, preparing for solder, rework and auditing of boards. Also includes material handling, receiving parts, picking parts, handling shortages, completing proper documentation, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

Functional:

  • Perform hand soldering; become certified in leaded and no-lead soldering

  • Work from drawings, bills of material, object list and utilize small hand tools or lead forming machines to cut, bend or attach parts for assembly

  • Operate machines to include electro presses and various pre-adjusted lead forming machines

  • Conduct functional in-circuit test for departmental auditing

  • Conduct safety, housekeeping inspections

  • Receive, consolidate and put parts away. Perform data entry, pick job parts, process returned parts and non-conforming material

  • May perform other duties as assigned.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Shift: 3rd Shift (10P – 6A)

Maintain highest workmanship standards and ability to perform all responsibilities in areas of printed circuit board assembly, including prepping, stuffing, preparing for solder, rework and auditing of boards. Also includes material handling, receiving parts, picking parts, handling shortages, completing proper documentation, safety, ISO and ESD coordination, ensuring quality processes and calibrating tools.

Functional:

  • Perform hand soldering; become certified in leaded and no-lead soldering

  • Work from drawings, bills of material, object list and utilize small hand tools or lead forming machines to cut, bend or attach parts for assembly

  • Operate machines to include electro presses and various pre-adjusted lead forming machines

  • Conduct functional in-circuit test for departmental auditing

  • Conduct safety, housekeeping inspections

  • Receive, consolidate and put parts away. Perform data entry, pick job parts, process returned parts and non-conforming material

  • May perform other duties as assigned.

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