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Industry:
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Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
This position is 3nd shift, Sunday-Thursday 10pm-6am

Position Summary :
At Rockwell Automation, you will be joining an incredible team of talented individuals who strive for best in class. We have an opening in Mequon, WI for a Machine Operator position. This position sets up and operates a variety of automatic or semi-automatic machines used in the production of the company's product. The Machine Operator works from electronic displays, process sheets or written/verbal instructions given by Team Lead or Supervisor to perform production tasks and also checks and inspects operation against predetermined tolerances.




May perform one or more of the following:
• Works with Surface Mount Technologies and other electronically-controlled processes
• Set up and operate multiple machines and work stations at once
• Works with components and full Printed Circuit Board (PCB) layouts for final product creation
• Creates and applies labels onto PCBs (manually and/or automated)
• Burns firmware programs into electronic components using programming machines
• Prepares reels and feeders for use on surface mount technology (SMT) machines; counts materials and moves to production line
• Sets up and operates optical inspection machine and performs visual classification and repair of rejected boards
• Follows established procedures on routine work and standard operating procedures
• Frequently interacts with peers and customers (typically internal) to exchange or present factual information
• Makes setups and adjustments holding tolerances to print specifications
• Perform other duties as needed

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Manufacturing Associate, 3rd shift, Sun-Thurs, 10p-6a, OT available

This position performs repetitive testing, preparation and assembly of printed circuit board components and assemblies. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, the position tests circuit boards using prefabricated fixtures and programs, loads circuit boards into routing machines, using powered presses, and completes basic light work tasks at other points in the manufacturing process. The position takes direction from manufacturing team leads in assigned work stations. Working with continuous leadership in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.

Essential Functions

• Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions. • Use equipment including: ICT, PXI, LXI, Flying probe circuit board testing equipment, powered press, NC router.
• Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
• Assemble components and sub-assemblies in an assembly line fashion per specific defined process and in defined time frame.
• Use tools including: Component Lead Cutters and Crimpers, Forming and Insertion Press Fixtures, and Hand Tools.
• Work from established product bill of materials and assembly drawings of products.
• Achieve a consistent level of quality that is typically measured and verified in down stream processes.
• May perform other duties as assigned.


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

The focus of this position is to act as a Lean leader in the Mequon Manufacturing plant. This role will be responsible for coordinating and leading plant improvement efforts. Will also act as a lean project specialist to lead continuous improvement activities and actively help production associates on the shop floor. This person must be innovative and decisive with an ability to drive change through influence of others and the ability to foster teamwork and engagement quickly.

This position may also require collaboration with Design and New Product Producibility engineers to achieve optimum product design for manufacturability. Works on issues moderate to broad in scope and complexity where analysis of situations or data requires review of relevant factors. Exercises good judgment within defined procedures to determine appropriate action.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Coach, mentor and train others on Lean concepts through Yellow Belt and White Belt training and certification.
2. Demonstrate an awareness of state-of-the-art and lean manufacturing concepts and practices.
3. Lead process improvement projects ranging is scope from department specific to plant-wide and cross functional.

4. Prepare or assist in the preparation of financial justifications for projects, and if necessary, act as the point of contact with the Finance organization for project approval.
5. Communicate effectively with individuals, teams and leadership.
6. Help facilitate Value Stream Map sessions and Kaizen events.
7. Utilize organizational skills to track CI activities and ensure timelines are met.
8. Utilize the Project Tracking Database for managing projects within the Mequon Operation.
9. Define and lead projects to improve process, safety, quality, delivery and productivity performance.
10. Utilize and foster the use of Manufacturing Change Management and Management of Change (MOC) processes to help facilitate all activities.
11. Utilize computational skills and appropriate software to maximize productivity.
12. Use personal computer to obtain, organize and analyze data and to prepare charts and reports. Software proficiency skills required in word processing, Excel spreadsheet and SAP. Other beneficial software skills include CAD, report generation, process mapping, project management, and databases.
13. Conducts tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality, and environmental regulations (state/federal laws, ISO9001, ISO14001, etc.), as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures.
14. Perform other duties as assigned.


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Industry:
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Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Position Summary

Are you interested in belonging to an innovative and highly effective souring organization? Are you excited about the opportunity to influence others? Are you passionate about fostering vital connections that will help to make our company, partners and customers more productive and profitable? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, this is your opportunity to join a talented and dynamic team. As a member of the Rockwell Automation Strategic Sourcing Organization supporting Information Technology, you will join an exciting transformation journey as we seek to improve and push boundaries.
In this role, you will achieve year-on-year improvement in total cost, quality, and service for a portfolio of assigned commodities focused on IT services and software. Accountable for execution and implementation of the sourcing and supplier management strategies utilizing cross-functional strategic sourcing teams (made up of IT Managers, Purchasing Managers, IT Operations, and Buyers). Facilitate activities focusing on sourcing of IT service providers. Manage strategic interaction with key suppliers in the commodity space.

Major responsibilities

  • Develop the sourcing strategy for assigned commodities. Develop and refine the sourcing strategy (with guidance from the Strategic Sourcing Managers and Director) using input from the sourcing team and key global/regional business leaders within the business units. The sourcing strategy will drive the continuous improvement of Rockwell’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for the assigned commodities.

  • Drive implementation of the sourcing strategy for assigned commodities. Once a sourcing strategy has been developed, the Commodity Manager will communicate, monitor and aggressively manage business unit compliance with the strategy. The Commodity Manager will also establish working relationships with other functions (e.g. engineering, procurement, operations, marketing, and quality assurance) within the IT function bringing a strategic sourcing perspective to all key processes. He/She will also assist Procurement, CISO and Legal in driving supplier performance and selection as required.

  • Leadership of strategic sourcing teams. The Commodity Manager will lead and drive results of specific strategic sourcing strategies within assigned commodities. He or she must be successful at managing and influencing a cross-functional team. The Commodity Manager will act as a catalyst for change to achieve business goals as well as addressing barriers to change.

  • The Commodity Manager partners with business units to understand the goals and objectives and formulates strategies to achieve desired business results. On an ongoing basis, the Commodity Manager will remain current on supply market trends, supplier economics, and best practice sourcing.

  • Responsible for Global Supplier Management. On an ongoing basis, the Commodity Manager will monitor and evaluate supplier performance (quality, delivery, service levels) of all suppliers. Conduct regular strategic business reviews with suppliers and stakeholders to ensure continuous improvement of the supply base.

  • Measure and track quarterly performance within each service area. The Commodity Manager will be responsible for monthly reporting to senior IT management on key performance indicators within the business. These KPI’s may include savings, service levels, quality, delivery, lead time, market trends, etc.

  • Identify and implement Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) reduction opportunities for assigned commodities. Within the business unit, the Commodity Manager will champion annual productivity improvements by leading internal and joint supplier/unit teams pursuing TCO reduction opportunities in alignment with the sourcing strategy (e.g. demand management, increasing productivity, improving supplier operations, etc.).

  • Identify and implement best practices within assigned commodities.

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Industry:
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Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Mfg Associate Level 3, 1st shift, Mon-Fri, 6a-2p
Must have 2years previous experience in electro-mechanical assembly


Position Summary
This position performs moderately complex assembly of electro-mechanical equipment control modules and standard cabinetry. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, general assembly criteria, workmanship standards, and experience, the position follows established sequencing of hardware and wiring installations using predefined tools and fixtures. The position takes direction from manufacturing and product development engineering in assembling pilot runs of new products and may work from preliminary drawings and bills of material. Position working environment is moderately variable with repetitive manufacturing with established productivity requirements. Working with minimal supervision in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.
Essential Functions

Functional
Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
Follow and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions..
Handle heavy gauge electrical wiring and plumbing routing and assembly in repetitive product manufacturing.
Use tools including: Wire Strippers, Wire Luggers, Torque Drivers, and Lifting Fixtures.
Work from established product bill of materials, wiring schematics, and layout drawings of products currently manufactured and previously manufactured products from a variety of Manufacturing Operations facilities.
Evaluate unique assembly and disassembly requirements and prepare an approach based upon safe work practices.
Assess products returned from customers for service and plan restoration of control modules.
Clean control modules, restore painted surfaces, and perform general preparation prior to product shipment.
Achieve a consistent level of quality that may not be subsequently verified prior to product shipment.
May perform other duties as assigned.

Leadership

Identify potential roadblocks to team goals, propose solutions and resources needed, to the team, coach, or management.
Be responsible and accountable for implementation and compliance with team decisions.
interpersonal
Interact with, receive guidance from, and provide constructive feedback to Manufacturing, Quality, and Product Design Engineering.
Work independently and in a team of Manufacturing Associates and Engineering in a proactive way that promotes timely information and idea exchange.
Engage and actively participate in problem solving, process improvements, and team meetings while utilizing effective communication skills.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position: Materials Lead (Level 5P)
Shift: 1st
Schedule: M-F
Hours: 6a-2p

Position Summary

Responsible for planning, organization, staffing, controlling and directing daily and weekly operations of an area to meet department goals and production requirements. This includes coordinating activities with other areas or departments.

Performs a wide variety of electronic or electro-mechanical assembly operations on assemblies or sub-assemblies. Determines and/or follows methods and sequence of operations in performing wiring, component installation, hand soldering and cable harnessing on assembly units. Makes setups and adjustments holding tolerances to blueprint specifications.

Performs the physical or administrative tasks involved in the shipping, receiving, storing and distributing of materials, parts, supplies and equipment. Unpacks and checks goods received against purchase orders or invoices, maintains records of received goods and rejects unsatisfactory items. Lifts heavy items and may operate a forklift. Prepares and maintains records of merchandise shipped. Posts weights and shipping charges and prepares goods for final shipment. Examines, stocks and distributes materials in inventory and on manufacturing lines. May prepare kitting packages for assembly production.

Essential Functions:
  • Ensure daily production requirements are met.
  • Schedule daily production/work assignments.
  • Work with production employees to ensure production problems are resolved and ensure proper documentation.
  • Utilize cost management techniques in daily operations.
  • Ensure that effective verbal and written communications are maintained with all necessary personnel, departments and shifts.
  • Coordinate training for (and/or train) production employees.
  • Take necessary actions to maintain quality standards and minimize scrap and rework.
  • Ensure annual personal objectives are met.
  • Resolve and document basic production-related employee problems, keep supervisor aware of Human Resources issues
  • Maintain job proficiency through on-going training.
  • Manage individual department productivity to meet department goals.
  • Continuously improve department safety by reducing hazards
Job Knowledge & Skills – Demonstrate proficiency of assigned tasks/duties/responsibilities required to achieve customer satisfaction, including but not limited to SAP, Factory Talk and Kronos.

Productivity – Engage in and anticipate the activities necessary to meet the changing needs of the business, with the highest possible level of efficiency.

Quality – Produces results in a product and / or service that conforms to valid specifications, is free of defects, strives to reduce variation of the process and adds value for our customers.

RA Values – Demonstrates understanding and supports company values, policies, and standards of business.

Safety & Environmental – Demonstrates responsibility to work safety, participates in 5S, and report / correct safety concerns.

Teams Effectively – Creates an optimal work environment by establishing and maintaining positive and respectful work relationships.


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Cambridge, ON
Job Summary

COMPANY OVERVIEW:
Rockwell Automation is the collective energy of more than 23,000 engineering and business professionals with diverse strengths and skills focused on achieving a single vision: to be the most valued global provider in our industry.

At Rockwell Automation, helping manufacturers succeed is our business. With industrial automation control and information solutions, we help our customers develop the competitive edge to grow and thrive. From stand-alone, industrial components to enterprise-wide integrated systems, our solutions have proven themselves across a wide range of fields and in some of the most demanding environments, including the food and beverage, automotive, material handling & logistics, and life science industries.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Production Control Analyst is responsible for managing materials and scheduling production lines to meet business and customer service goals. As an individual contributor, the expectation is that you will use proven leadership and change management skills to drive improvements in business performance related to inventory investment and production scheduling.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain and implement the materials plan supporting the master production schedule in accordance with actual customer demand.

  • Updates plant SAP material records as required (lot size, safety stocks, reorder points, lead times, etc.).

Follow-up with suppliers on component availability related issues/concerns to ensure shipment and on-time performance to support production requirements

  • Use business metrics in order to evaluate and recommend actions required to achieve Inventory Objectives.

  • Schedule work orders based on plant/line capacity to maximize the plant/line labor absorption

  • Analyze and drive pertinent KPI’s, as well as, lead and implement plant-specific improvement activities using Continuous Improvement (Lean, TQM, APICS) methodologies

  • Plan and control the manufacturing schedule to coordinate manufacturing plans that achieve the company objectives relative to customer service, resource/capacity utilization and low inventory investment.

  • Engaging effectively with Project Management & Engineering, Supply Chain Planning and Operations to facilitate the Master Schedule reflecting orders based on material/capacity availability.

  • Ability to articulate/demonstrate how data drives decisi

    LEADERSHIP:

  • Adapts to change by identifying implications of change for Rockwell Automation and own job and adjusting as needed and working with others as appropriate to implement change initiatives.

  • Takes responsibility for continuous development and performance; provides and asks for performance feedback.

  • INTERPERSONAL:

  • Must be able to develop presentations, documentation, and training on complex subjects to a variety of audiences.

  • Ability to work in an environment prone to deadlines and shifting priorities.

  • Develops effective working relationships with others. Willingly contributes ideas within and across work groups, and teams with others to complete varied work assignments. Leverages own expertise by sharing lessons learned, documenting processes, conducting team de-briefings, etc. Understands the importance of working toward common goals.

  • Ability to interact with various levels of management.

  • Apply metrics to measure and ensure that process improvement initiatives deliver “value”.


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Software and Engineering, Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Cambridge, ON, Mequon - Wisconsin, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

The Business Process Improvement Manager will act as a leader within our Low Voltage Drives Business (LV Drives) to:

Drive the business process improvement function strategically and globally, while taking into account the global impact of local activities and decisions.

Identify opportunities, scope projects, track benefits, and allocate resources to achieve productivity, quality and service improvement targets aligned with business priorities, financial improvements, and customer experience.

Demonstrate awareness, knowledge and guidance of Lean Six Sigma principles, methodologies and tools throughout the organization.

Assure appropriate strategic deployment metrics and key process indicators are in place and being utilized by the LSS Team.

Select, train, assign, direct and manage the activities of a team of Black Belts. Ensure they are employing prescribed Lean Six Sigma methodologies and techniques, and have clear project charters and objectives.

Partner with business leaders in identifying potential business for quality, service, and productivity improvements throughout the organization.

Communicate and collaborate with key stakeholders and business leaders to establish an understanding of the challenges and barriers they face in utilizing Lean Six Sigma, while maintaining the importance of Rockwell Automation’s engagement in Lean Enterprise.

Lead standardization of business processes and replication of process improvements globally.

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

Summary:
This position works closely with the Mequon EHS Manager, assisting with the development and execution of health and safety programs in the workplace according to regulatory and Rockwell guidelines. Preparing, delivering and enforcing policies to sustain a culture of health and safety.

Scope:
This position will have responsibility for the Mequon and Middleton facilities working with the various business groups to complete work instructions, assist in EHS assessments and participate in safety improvement activities and teams.

Essential Functions:
Under general supervision, the Environmental, Health & Safety Analyst supports the Environmental, Health, Safety Manager in developing and maintaining a proactive, world-class safety and environmental program. Assist in the development and implementation of programs and procedures to effectuate environmental, health, safety (EHS) policies. Principal Duties: Oversee all aspects of the behavioral based safety process. Oversee all aspects of the (supervisor/team leader) PADR safety achievement process. Participate in developing and updating environmental, and safety and security written procedures. Participate in managing plant safety and environmental committees to assure efficiency of committee activities. Participate in the disposal and management of hazardous and controlled waste inspections, disposal and record keeping. Ensure environmental management system requirements are established, implemented and maintained in accordance with the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standard. Act as alternate safety and environmental management representative in the absence of the EHS manager. Participate in workstation re-design and implementation to assure workstation ergonomics. Perform industrial hygiene sampling and analysis as required.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Sao Paulo
Job Summary

The Lean Six Sigma Project Manager is responsible for managing the planning, facilitating, leading and completing of Lean Six Sigma Continuous Improvement projects to support direct impact on key business metrics related to product cost reduction, productivity, quality and customer experience objectives of the global Low Voltage Drives business.


Reporting to the Manager Business Process Improvement, the LSS Project Manager will work closely with LVD process owners, other business leaders, and team members while applying Lean Six Sigma methods to solve business problems. This individual also works closely with other Lean Six Sigma Project Managers to ensure that process improvement projects follow a standard operating rhythm and disciplined approach to solving problems and maximizing results. The LSS Project Manager will coach, mentor, and train others on expanding the knowledge of Continuous Improvement within Rockwell Automation, developing team member LSS skills, and helping others apply LSS methods within the organization. This position is a key role in the company's efforts to improve Rockwell Automation’s systemic improvement capabilities and driving a culture of continuous improvement.

  • Lead cross functional teams to achieve process improvement

  • Achieve project deliverables (time, cost and objectives) and productivity results through improvement sustainment

  • Positively lead teams and organizations through change. Communicate effectively to teams and leadership to ensure support for resources and buy-in for change

  • Listen to and grasp team and project stakeholder needs to cultivate collaboration

  • Knowledge of Six Sigma, Lean, and Change Management methodology tools

  • Successfully navigate corporate culture / developing positive working relationships with stakeholders and project team

  • Experience hands-on leadership of cross functional & cross geography process improvement projects

  • Facilitation of Value Stream Map & Kaizen events with experience in challenging situations and overcoming setbacks

  • Ability to be placed in complex and demanding environments and drive towards objectives

  • Ability to manage ambiguity and data to find improvement opportunities through prioritization

  • Comfortable leading change in areas outside of subject matter expertise

  • Responsible to identify opportunities for improvement in all areas of the business

  • Ability to work with little to no supervision to achieve annual objectives

Complexity:

  • Awareness, knowledge and guidance of Continuous Improvement principles, methodologies and tools to support achievement of Continuous Improvement Program and RA business objectives

  • Possesses an understanding of product portfolios and customer needs

  • Collaborates with and manages multiple stakeholders including manufacturing, sourcing, internal business units, sales, marketing, third party partners, etc.

  • Stays current with direction of business unit and develops Continuous Improvement strategies that ensures productivity in changing business environment

Temperament:

  • Ability to drive change in a positive manner despite challenges to timelines, deliverables and resources. Humble, inquisitive, bias towards action & courageous aptitude to take on larger roles beyond this position

  • Remains calm under pressure

  • Highly resilient; pursues tasks with drive and a sense of urgency

  • Consistently moves problems toward resolution

  • Committed to developing strong relationships and collaborative partnerships

  • Supports the goals and initiatives of other businesses and functional support organizations

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Industry:
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Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Position Summary

Second shift facilitates manufacturing production teams that perform electronic failure analysis and restoration of customer owned products returned for remanufacture and repair. Directs the development and implementation of production goals in safety, quality, customer delivery, and financial improvement. Develops capacity plans and output forecasts based upon complex customer demand trends and variable labor content per production order. Develops and executes resource planning in a high product mix, highly flexible and customized manufacturing process. Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the production team. Plans and administers operating policies, procedures, and practices that foster employee engagement in a continuous improvement driven work environment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Functional

•Work Second Shift 2:00pm-10:00pm.

Direct supervision of 40 to 60 employees across multiple work shifts.• Maintain and enforce safe work practices.
• Select and hire employees and provide on-going performance monitoring.
• Establish and implement employee training and development programs and schedules.
• Execute company policies and procedures with respect to disciplinary policies.
• Perform resource planning requirements and scheduling of work hours and time off requests.
• Administer and maintain employee time at work records and systems.
• Receive predetermined assignments subject to a moderate level of control and review.
• Communicate daily production requirements and set targets based upon capacity.
• Plan and coordinate production order transitions between shifts and between manufacturing departments.
• Communicate production order status and results at frequent intervals.
• Accountable for safety, quality, customer delivery, and productivity improvement objectives.
• Lead continuous improvement projects, i.e. Kaizen events.
• Understand and maintain complex manufacturing order management systems.

Leadership

• Facilitate manufacturing teams toward the achievement of business and customer objectives.
• Coach and train teams in the philosophy of continuous improvement and waste reduction concepts.
• Foster an environment that instills pride and ownership by all employees.
• Evaluate employee performance on a continual basis and provide continuous performance feedback.
• Develop a motivated employee base through rewards and recognition linked to accomplishments.
• Provide leadership in the support of best practices and compliance to procedures and specifications.

Interpersonal

• Drive engagement and team work through clear communication of objectives.
• Foster collaborative effort in problem solving that promotes engagement and ownership by all.
• Maintain and enhance an environment of open and honest communication.
• Maintain and enhance a culture of mutual respect and integrity at all levels of the organization.
• Interact with internal support staff in communicating and resolving production issues.
• Prepare and present operational metrics during regular order status reviews.

Business

• Calculate labor efficiency, utilization, and productivity.
• Analyze manufacturing labor times for variance and overall reduction opportunities.
• Analyze daily backlogs and calculate required capacity to manage order lead times.
• Develop resource plans based upon individual work cell order demand rates.
• Understand operating budgetary controls.
• Utilize problem solving tools as part of Lean Six Sigma based continuous improvement philosophy.
• Appropriately apply policies and procedures in compliance with government laws.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
1st Shift M-F 6am-2pm

Performs physical and administrative tasks involved in the shipping, receiving, storing and distributing of materials, parts, supplies and equipment. Unpacks and checks goods received against purchase orders or invoices, maintains records of received goods and reject unsatisfactory items. Lifts heavy items and may operate a forklift. Prepares and maintains records of merchandise shipped. Posts weights and shipping charges and prepares goods for final shipment. Examines, stocks and distributes materials in inventory and on manufacturing lines. May prepare kitting packages for assembly production.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Unloading and loading trucks
Checking parts in and moving to their respective areas
Picking and delivery of parts to the appropriate areas
Maintain common recycling areas
Monitor usage of parts in common supermarket areas and adjust quantity, add/delete parts and order parts as required
Maintain Cycle Count Program


Data entry of parts
Movements for sub-contracted material
Analyze inventory transactions for accuracy and obsolescence
Maintain various inventory databases

Job Knowledge & Skills – Demonstrate proficiency of assigned tasks/duties/responsibilities required to achieve customer satisfaction, including but not limited to SAP, Factory Talk and Kronos.
Productivity – Engage in and anticipate the activities necessary to meet the changing needs of the business, with the highest possible level of efficiency.
Quality – Produces results in a product and / or service that conforms to valid specifications, is free of defects, strives to reduce variation of the process and adds value for our customers.
RA Values – Demonstrates understanding and supports company values, policies, and standards of business.
Safety & Environmental – Demonstrates responsibility to work safety, participates in 5S, and report/correct safety concerns.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Cambridge, ON
Job Summary
Position Summary:

The role of the Intern in the Supply Chain organization will be to provide support in developing critical tools and processes for this functional area. The successful candidate will work very closely with the management team to identify critical continuous improvement projects to drive process efficiencies as well participate in hands-on training & facilitation of world-class supply chain management fundamentals.

This individual will require strong interpersonal, technical, and communication skills, have the confidence to facilitate meetings and will be required to help coordinate projects working alongside the manager. Project tracking, statistical analysis and budgeting may be requirements in this role.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
German and English language required
The accountability over process
Address simple queries coming from the team
Reports continuous improvement opportunities
Participates in projects
Has substantial understanding of the job and applies knowledge and skills to complete the tasks.
Has the ability to interact with peers and customers to exchange or present information.
Understands and accepts role requirements
Follows established procedures on routine work, requires instructions only on new assignments.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
DESCRIPTION
Supports pre-sales and post-sales customer service functions by assisting customers, company sales and service representatives with questions on equipment returns, repairs, replacements, sales orders and delivery schedules. May schedule field service repair calls. Handles requests for additional company materials. Maintains records of returns, schedule changes, product enhancements or changes and product pricing, and resolves return credit problems.
JOB COMPLEXITY
Works on assignments that are moderately difficult, requiring judgment in resolving issues or in making recommendations.
SUPERVISION
Normally receives little instruction on daily work, general instructions on newly introduced assignments.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Mfg Associate, 2nd shift, Mon-Fri, 2p-10p, OT available

This position performs repetitive preparation and assembly of printed circuit board components and assemblies. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, the position prepares components using manual and automatic fixtures, performs simplistic manual assembly in a progressive work station sequence, and completes basic light work tasks at other points in the manufacturing process. The position takes direction from manufacturing team leads in assigned work stations. Working with continuous leadership in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.

Essential Functions

• Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
• Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
• Assemble components and sub-assemblies in an assembly line fashion per specific defined process and in defined time frame.
• Use tools including: Component Lead Cutters and Crimpers, Forming and Insertion Press Fixtures, and Hand Tools.
• Work from established product bill of materials and assembly drawings of products.
• Achieve a consistent level of quality that is typically measured and verified in down stream processes.
• May perform other duties as assigned.


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Manufacturing Associate, 2nd shift, Mon-Fri, 2p-10p, OT Available

Summary/Scope of Position:
This position performs repetitive preparation and assembly of printed circuit board components and assemblies. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, the position prepares components using manual and automatic fixtures, performs simplistic manual assembly in a progressive work station sequence, and completes basic light work tasks at other points in the manufacturing process. The position takes direction from manufacturing team leads in assigned work stations. Working with continuous leadership in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.
Essential Functions
Functional
  • Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
  • Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
  • Assemble components and sub-assemblies in an assembly line fashion per specific defined process and in defined time frame.
  • Use tools including: Component Lead Cutters and Crimpers, Forming and Insertion Press Fixtures, and Hand Tools.
  • Work from established product bill of materials and assembly drawings of products.
  • Achieve a consistent level of quality that is typically measured and verified in down stream processes.
  • May perform other duties as assigned.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Manufacturing Associate, 2nd shift, Mon-Fri, 2p-10p, OT available

This position performs repetitive assembly of pre-engineered electro-mechanical equipment control modules. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, the position follows established sequencing of hardware and wiring installations using predefined tools and fixtures. The position takes direction from manufacturing team leads in assigned work stations. Position working environment is standardized assembly with paced productivity requirements. Working with continuous leadership in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.

Essential Functions

Functional

• Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
• Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
• Assemble components and sub-assemblies in an assembly line fashion per specific defined process and in defined time frame.
• Use tools including: Torque Drivers, Fully Automated Test Systems, and Lifting Fixtures.
• Follow instructions provided by a Tester to perform rework of product test anomalies.
• Work from established product bill of materials and assembly drawings of products currently manufactured and previously manufactured products from a variety of Manufacturing Operations facilities.
• Assess products returned from customers for service and plan restoration of modules.
• Follow instructions provided by a Tester to perform rework of product test anomalies.
• Evaluate unique assembly and disassembly requirements and prepare an approach based upon safe work practices.
• Clean control modules, restore painted surfaces, and perform general preparation prior to product shipment.
• Achieve a consistent level of quality that is typically measured and verified in downstream processes.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet




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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Manufacturing Associate 2, 2nd Shift, Monday-Friday, 2p-10p, OT available

This position performs repetitive assembly of pre-engineered electro-mechanical equipment control modules. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, the position follows established sequencing of hardware and wiring installations using predefined tools and fixtures. The position takes direction from manufacturing team leads in assigned work stations. Position working environment is standardized assembly with paced productivity requirements. Working with continuous leadership in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.

Essential Functions

Functional

• Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
• Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
• Assemble components and sub-assemblies in an assembly line fashion per specific defined process and in defined time frame.
• Use tools including: Torque Drivers, Fully Automated Test Systems, and Lifting Fixtures.
• Follow instructions provided by a Tester to perform rework of product test anomalies.
• Work from established product bill of materials and assembly drawings of products currently manufactured and previously manufactured products from a variety of Manufacturing Operations facilities.
• Assess products returned from customers for service and plan restoration of modules.
• Follow instructions provided by a Tester to perform rework of product test anomalies.
• Evaluate unique assembly and disassembly requirements and prepare an approach based upon safe work practices.
• Clean control modules, restore painted surfaces, and perform general preparation prior to product shipment.
• Achieve a consistent level of quality that is typically measured and verified in downstream processes.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Manufacturing Associate 3, 1st shift, Mon-Fri, 6a-2p, OT available
Two years of related experience in electrical and electronic product assembly.Position Summary required


This position performs moderately complex assembly of electro-mechanical equipment control modules and standard cabinetry. Working from hard copy and electronic assembly documentation and instructions, general assembly criteria, workmanship standards, and experience, the position follows established sequencing of hardware and wiring installations using predefined tools and fixtures. The position takes direction from manufacturing and product development engineering in assembling pilot runs of new products and may work from preliminary drawings and bills of material. Position working environment is moderately variable with repetitive manufacturing with established productivity requirements. Working with minimal supervision in a production environment, the position is held to the highest standards in, and compliance with, safety, quality, delivery, productivity, procedures, policies, and metrics.

Essential Functions

Functional
  • Read, follow, and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
  • Follow standardized methods of work to accomplish an established set of assembly tasks.
  • Follow and execute tasks per sequence defined by electronic or hardcopy drawings and work instructions.
  • Handle heavy gauge electrical wiring and plumbing routing and assembly in repetitive product manufacturing.
  • Use tools including: Wire Strippers, Wire Luggers, Torque Drivers, and Lifting Fixtures.
  • Work from established product bill of materials, wiring schematics, and layout drawings of products currently manufactured and previously manufactured products from a variety of Manufacturing Operations facilities.
  • Evaluate unique assembly and disassembly requirements and prepare an approach based upon safe work practices.
  • Assess products returned from customers for service and plan restoration of control modules.
  • Clean control modules, restore painted surfaces, and perform general preparation prior to product shipment.
  • Achieve a consistent level of quality that may not be subsequently verified prior to product shipment.
  • May perform other duties as assigned.
Leadership
  • Identify potential roadblocks to team goals, propose solutions and resources needed, to the team, coach, or management.
  • Be responsible and accountable for implementation and compliance with team decisions.
Interpersonal
  • Interact with, receive guidance from, and provide constructive feedback to Manufacturing, Quality, and Product Design Engineering.
  • Work independently and in a team of Manufacturing Associates and Engineering in a proactive way that promotes timely information and idea exchange.
  • Engage and actively participate in problem solving, process improvements, and team meetings while utilizing effective communication skills.
EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet

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