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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Cleveland - Ohio, Mequon - Wisconsin, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Key responsibilities:

  • Evaluate and manage existing and potential suppliers based on the principles of Total Cost of Ownership.

  • Responsible for commodities or assignments requiring application of basic purchasing principles, theories and concepts.

  • Ensure timely acquisitions of product or service requirements from known sources of supply.

  • Participate in continuous learning and professional development activities.

  • Comply with purchasing policies and procedures. May suggest improvement as experience is gained.

  • Negotiate and place basic purchase orders.

  • May use market research in sourcing decisions.

  • Use established strategies and tactics to achieve goals.

  • May participate in cross-functional team activities.

  • Handle basic issues by following practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained

  • Analyze data

  • May resolve issues in the areas of requisition accuracy and completeness, on-time delivery or supplier payment.

  • Operate in a closely supervised environment requiring limited decision making

  • Promptly raise issues for assistance with corrective action. Follow specific, detailed instructions

  • May assist in the location of alternate sources of supply

  • Manage and update data in MRP system including but not limited to price, lead time, and lot sizes

  • Represent Rockwell Automation when interfacing with other companies. This representation includes conducting meetings/presentations with supplier and Rockwell Automation personnel, selecting appropriate sources, communicating material specifications, negotiating pricing, establishing delivery commitments, resolving quality problems, communicating industry trends/technological innovations and resolving disputed legal and financial issues.

  • Develop specific objectives in support of Purchasing's departmental objectives. Establish personal growth objectives to support you and Rockwell Automation. Report periodic progress toward those objectives to the purchasing supervisor. Purchase materials, equipment, supplies, services and commodity products.

  • Evaluate rates and select suppliers by production capability, performance and delivery.

  • Edit and process purchase requisitions working with appropriate departments to clarify specifications and requirements.

  • Coordinate activities with other functional areas (Development and Industrialization Engineering, Marketing, Quality, Production and Inventory Control, Legal and Finance/Accounting) to achieve maximum customer service.

  • Participate in and support the coordinated purchase agreement programs with the Rockwell Strategic Sourcing organization.

  • Identify and drive activities to improve the in-bound supply chain management practices for Rockwell Automation Control Systems.

  • Aid in the development of new or enhanced computer systems/capabilities in support of overall productivity improvement efforts and management reporting.

  • Ensure thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to the purchasing department and standards of business conduct.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Responsible for managing proper inventory levels and replenishment practices to provide appropriate On Time Delivery performance across all regions while at the same time providing plans for inventory reduction initiatives to achieve business goals. The position will report into the Global Remanufacturing Manager and will be tightly aligned to the Regional Operations Managers. This position will need to identify toolset and common processes for inventory management practices across all regions.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintains optimum inventory levels to ensure on-time deliveries to meet customer requirements while minimizing carrying costs and premium transportation charges.

  • Develop and drive common tools and processes to effectively manage inventory globally

  • Establishes procedures and supervises annual physical inventory and cycle counting programs. This includes the taking and valuing of the year-end physical inventory.

  • Oversees the purchasing and replenishment for materials for the operation of the Company, in addition to all inventory items.

  • Investigates and solves problems resulting from material shortages, however caused.

  • Oversees and ensures proper production control planning and scheduling programs to meet sales forecasts. Investigates and follows up deviations to the production schedule.

  • Responsible for continuing programs of exploration for new materials, suppliers, and processes to achieve the best possible quality, reliability, prices, continuity, and delivery. trends that affect Company products.

  • Develops, establishes, and provides for the maintenance of reporting systems that relate to the materials function. Ensures that the company standard practices and procedures are followed in connection with all materials department functions.

  • Responsible for regional execution of the following actions through collaboration with Business Units

    • Planning and execution for materials to support New Product Introductions.

    • Collaboration and execution in the Last Time Buy forecasting and PDN processing for both finished goods and rotable stock.

    • Completion of any STOP Order, Product Notice, and PSA support planning for region Management of Excess and Obsolete Inventory in regions to align with financial policies

  • Implement common processes related to PMA and Assurance Integrated Support Contracts that support meeting Service Level Agreements.
  • Partner with regional hub and warehouse locations to insure that the hub processes align with the required SLA for customers in the region. Support any regional specific projects that may require materials and inventory management knowledge or processes

  • Implementation of practices to monitor SAP master data and associated reports to support the planning and the parts offering regionally. Work with the Master data team to insure integrity to the data and make sure that they are accurately managing the data for the team regionally.

  • Selects, develops, motivates, entitles and evaluates personnel to ensure efficient operation of the function.

  • 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.

    EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet

    This is a summary of the position’s responsibilities and does not reflect the entire scope of work expectations.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Shanghai
Job Summary
Delivers highest level of service quality to our internal & external customers in a timely manner
  • Own and manage customer experience by providing faster resolution, effortless experience, and better customer connect.
  • Demonstrate influential communication skills in a multi-channel contact environment (phone, email, chat, service tickets).
  • Resolve various issues regarding pre-sales, post-sales or order-tracking support by demonstrating active listening, ownership/initiative, and organization skills.
Drives timely resolution of all complaints with complete ownership as the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for the customer
  • Monitor the progress of all open request & queries of customers, prompting action on issues that appear to be stalled, and offer creative resolution to work towards proactive control measures.
  • Drive collaborative issue resolution in partnership with customers, distributors and sales teams by building interpersonal relationships across multiple business units within the organizations.
Reduces customer efforts and enhances productivity via process improvements
  • Analyzes data to identify root cause problems from repetitive calls/issues, and make suggestions for next-issue avoidance.
  • Identifies areas for continuous improvement in existing processes to reduce customer effort, and aligns improvement projects to close shortfalls.
Improves process maturity of Channel Partners
  • Establish close partnership with our distributors and learn their operations by visiting / performing your role at their offices on a rotational basis.
  • Actively promote utilization of appropriate tools, such as Ecomm & WebUI, that enable effective service delivery by distributor resources.
  • Coach & guide channel partners to adopt continuous improvement in their processes that would ultimately improve the quality of service to customers.
Enhances competency level in a planned manner
  • Develop knowledge of our customers, products and the industries we serve.
  • Keep abreast with the continuing changes within the company, and excel in specific business systems and IT applications.
  • Undertake specific knowledge enhancement activities that will make you skilled at multitasking, prioritizing and communicating with impact & influence, to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Responsible for the overall leadership and management of manufacturing operations and the operations strategy for complex electrical equipment product lines at the Ladysmith facility. Key functions included in this job are manufacturing, manufacturing engineering, employee relations, production control, inventory control, procurement, information technology, quality, safety and environment, and logistics.

The position is expected to collaborate with global business partners to work toward common platforms, methods, procedures, and systems. The position has leadership responsibilities to drive a lean continuous improvement culture leading to quality improvements, cycle time reductions, safety improvements, cost and waste reductions, inventory reductions, supplier development and on-time shipping performance.

This position will be responsible for establishing and implementing operations strategy that will drive the Ladysmith plant as a low cost supplier. Direct and indirect reports of approximately 300 non-union employees.

Essential Functions:-

• Manufacturing process knowledge in make-to-stock and engineered-to-order assembly environment
• Materials and order management, planning, and procurement
• Manufacturing Engineering
• Responsible for driving continuous improvement regarding costs, quality, delivery, cycle time and asset management through Lean practices.
• Capacity planning and management
• Demonstrates business leadership throughout the organization to create and achieve strategic and tactical objectives for the operation. Responsible for developing, maintaining and implementing a Strategic Manufacturing and Operations Plan that supports productivity and financial objectives.
• Quality systems management
• Employee relations with a US based workforce
• Develop expense and capital budgets and manage financial performance.
• Manage all issues associated with facility operations, maintenance, and Rockwell Automation's presence in the local community
• 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 and Ethics, Intellectual Property, Control Environment, Information Protection, ISO 9000 & 14000, government regulations (e.g. health, safety, security, quality and environmental), and functional policies published within Rockwell Automation.
• Creates, motivates and leads cross-functional teams across the organization to achieve the objectives of the company.
• Fosters culture of teamwork which values employee engagement and open communication within the facility and the business as a whole
• Lead systemic approach to workforce planning and succession planning, including identification and development of top talent
• Foster a performance based culture, including performance standards and career development planning for key talent in order to enhance the employee value proposition and positively impact employee engagement and retention.

EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet

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

Position summary

This position would supervise Associates on our 1st shift.

  • Facilitate and supervise the management of production teams for one or more production areas of the Richland Center operation.

  • Direct reports include as many as 50 employees.

  • Responsible for, but not limited to:

    • Being an advocate/champion of an inclusive work environment

    • Maintaining high volume production of motor control center products at a competitive cost and consistent with quality requirements.

    • Managing departmental expenses to budget and according to business conditions.

    • Leading and participating in continuous improvement projects in areas of responsibility.

    • Fostering success of projects and initiatives intended to improve customer and business success.


Principal Duties:

  • Managing projects proficiently, efficiently, and with full accountability for project results.

  • Identifying core, value adding processes and maximizing their performance and productivity. Integrating and streamlining processes throughout the supply chain, and ensuring adoption of best practices to achieve maximum efficiency.

  • Building strong relationships and partnerships to leverage ideas, capabilities, and processes.

  • Unifying associates around a common vision and goals, and teaming with others for enhanced outcomes.

  • Promoting an honest and open environment in which information flows freely among all levels of the organization. Anticipating and meeting the information needs of all organizational levels.

  • Demonstrating integrity and trustworthiness under all circumstances and treating others honestly and fairly.

  • Seeking every opportunity to obtain, consider and process all input before making critical decisions or before moving forward with initiatives and plans.

  • Actively listening to and responding to employee concerns and issues. Responding to unexpected, challenging, or adverse circumstances resourcefully, constructively and positively. Practicing flexibility, confidence, and resilience during periods of tumult and change.

  • Comprehending the needs and requirements of customers or business partners in order to bring strategic value to them. Promoting customer needs as the key driver for business goals and initiatives

  • Appropriately applies policies and procedures in compliance with government laws. Policies and procedures include, but not limited to: Standard of Business Conduct, Intellectual Property, Code of Conduct, People Policy, ISO9000 & 14000 and governmental regulations (e.g. health, safety, quality and environmental)

  • Training and motivating team members in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of such policies and procedures. Instilling an energetic and enthusiastic response in others toward achieving company goals and priorities, and arousing others' commitment and support, even when embarking on unknown territory.

  • Accountable for timely completion of administrative responsibilities, i.e. record keeping, various reports, and employee reviews.

  • Realizing a sense of urgency around business imperatives and convincing others of that urgency. Setting aggressive, well-defined goals to meet business challenges and ensuring performance against those goals.

  • Identifying and overcoming obstacles to drive initiatives and actions to closure. Leading and/or managing courageously during organizational change; taking appropriate risks and encouraging others to do so, thus promoting a culture that values risk-taking.

  • Maintaining operational effectiveness throughout the change process. Knowing the company's current and future competency requirements.

  • Demonstrating a commitment to employee development, beginning with self, as a means of ensuring the company's ongoing capacity to achieve business goals.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
RESPONSIBILITIES: 836-837 Line
  • Must be able to level load the line and prioritize work with limited resources.
  • Responsible for identifying problems, gathering information and participating in driving solutions.
  • Read, understand and work from Documented Work Instructions (DWIs).
  • Ensure thorough familiarity with company policies and procedures.
  • Understands the flow-thru line processes and how they impact the production output.
  • Performs work with a high degree of attention to detail.
  • Has a strong commitment to quality to strive for error free production.
  • Willing to train on all aspects of line including testing and riveting.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Assembly position building air, temperature, magnetic and float condition switches.
  • Maintaining inventory by identifying and placing materials and supplies in SAP location.
  • Assembling Rockwell Automation product by using DWIs and prints.
  • Bagging product by using SAP order and inventory location identified on the line to pick orders.
  • Setting up, changing and tearing down riveters for sub-assemblies.
  • Operating heist and pressure gauges.
  • Troubleshooting failure of contact blocks, switches and final units to determine cause of failure.
  • Maintaining work space using the principles of 5S: Sort, Set in Order, Shin, Standardize and Sustain.
  • Following all applicable safety policies and procedures.
  • Must work well individually and in a group and across departmental lines.
  • Repetitive lifting up to 40 lbs.
  • Ability to use all powered material handling equipment safely and efficiently.
  • Ability to stand while working flow through lines (minimum 8 hrs/day and any additional mandatory overtime).
  • Visual acuity is required to complete assembly, read labels, place labels correctly on parts, strip wires and use the computer.
  • Knowledge of computer systems
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary
SAFETY MAT ASSEMBLY - 2nd Shift M-F 3PM-11PM

With supervisory guidance, assembles products or sub-assemblies according to written and verbal instructions. Work from schematics and sketches. It will be necessary to operate knives, carvers, punch press, shear, vacuum lift, hand tools, power tools, welders, or other production equipment. Must be able to lift 75 lbs and stand for long periods of time.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Functional

Set up and operate auxiliary equipment with assistance (tester, dip tank, solder..etc)
Follow established process parameters for safety mat parts
Follow established documented work instructions
Perform documented visual & dimensional quality checks

Leadership

Conducts tasks in accordance with applicable Health, Safety, Quality, and Environmental Regulations (State/Federal Laws, ISO9001, ISO14000, etc.) as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures
Embraces change and responds quickly and constructively to changing requirements and priorities

Interpersonal

Gets along well with others, occasionally possesses the ability to understand and accept feedback from coworkers with honesty and sensitivity
Contribute toward a positive team spirit by offering assistance and support to co-workers with tact and consideration
Provide accurate, respectful and precise communication to appropriate personnel across all shifts to insure department synergy
Leverage inter-company resources to insure timely resolution of process and equipment problems
Communicates clearly one-on-one

Business

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.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
This position is responsible for leading the data management and quantitative analyses of all sourcing activities within the Strategic Sourcing Organization. The Analyst leads the construction of spend management databases and information warehousing for the key commodity spend categories that he/she is assigned to. The Analyst must be fully informed of the strategic sourcing process, they will be required to work on issues to highly complex problems requiring the creation of analytical tools, data analysis and provide recommendations and solutions to problems. Additionally, the Analyst will participate in Rockwell cross-function strategic sourcing teams.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 1
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience

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
  • 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 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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience
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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 2nd
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 2p-10p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience

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

This role is second (2nd) shift, approximate work hours are from 2:00pm-10:00pm.

Direct the development and implementation of activities in production area(s) to meet production goals including safety, quality, customer service, productivity, and lean manufacturing objectives. Prioritize production based on customer demand, staffing levels, equipment efficiency, and materials supply. Plan and administer procedures and budgets. Make budgetary recommendations including capital expenditures and direct/indirect labor levels. Select, develop, and evaluate personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Functional

• Schedules work through the various manufacturing and/or test cell(s) and manages the floor space to assure adequate flow of production. For continuous flow cells, manages line balance ensuring the pacing process is adequately staffed to maintain desired output levels.
• Perform regular daily audits of key processes to ensure optimum process performance.
• Respond to test and production problems by personally investigating and resolving such problems with hourly and salaried personnel to assure a continuing flow of product. Utilize formal problem solving methodologies (8D, DMAIC, PDCA, etc) to discover and eliminate root cause.
• Maintain department/cell metrics utilizing visual management techniques. Ensure all direct reports understand their cell metrics and how they impact/improve each metric. Prepare associates to lead the report-out of metrics weekly to management.
• Support PFEP (Plan For Every Part) initiatives to ensure assurance of supply and minimize non-value-added activities.
• Create and coach factory teams, assign and monitor hourly personnel in test and/or assembly areas to accomplish daily production and repair schedules to Rockwell Automation quality standards.
• Develop, plan and implement continuous quality improvement through teams within the area of responsibility to attain World Class Quality.
• Coach teams in maintaining accurate reporting of employee time and work performance within the area.
• In conjunction with manufacturing teams and support personnel, develop and implement new or enhanced policies and procedures for test and/or assembly.
• Develop and implement action plans to meet department goals in the areas of labor efficiency, labor utilization, housekeeping, on-time shipments and productivity improvements.
• Promote an awareness of state-of-the-art manufacturing concepts and practices utilizing Rockwell Production System techniques.
• Collaborate with production planners, customer service, and other management team members to set work priorities to satisfy customers.
• Develop and adhere to leader standard work. Monitor/update/approve standard work for department/cell team leads and audit adherence to standard work for production associates.
• Use personal computer and mainframe programs to obtain, organize, and analyze data and to prepare charts and reports. Software skills required in word processing, spreadsheet, and SAP.

Leadership
• 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.
• Encourage employee involvement in and ownership of continuous improvement activities focused on waste reduction.
• Reward and recognize associates on a regular basis and support programs that encourage employee involvement and recognition.
• Maintain our union-free environment through timely and accurate communication to employees, maintaining a safe work environment, giving timely performance feedback to employees beyond the yearly written appraisals, and cultivating a team approach within the department
• Maintain discipline through employee adherence to policies and procedures.

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

Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence. When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join countless talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century. You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people. And a corporation backed by the financial strength that drives growth – and career opportunities. As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.

DESCRIPTION: Develops, implements, and maintains technical quality assurance and control systems and activities. Defines and specifies the implementation of standards, methods, and procedures for inspecting, testing, andevaluating the precision, accuracy, and reliability of company products. Participates in the reviewing of engineering designs to contribute quality requirements and considerations. Assists product support areas in gathering and analyzing data. Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function..View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Tecate
Job Summary
Direct responsibility for implementation of continuous improvement activities to instill a Lean Enterprise culture throughout the plant by training teams in Lean strategy and supporting team efforts to eliminate manufacturing waste through the continuous improvement process. Monitor and document activities of teams to insure improvement to the business. Work with the Management Steering Committee to develop short and long term plans for the Lean / Six Sigma program. Facilitate continuous improvement projects and monitor cost avoidance or cost reduction elements.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 2nd
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 2p-10p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered

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.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mequon - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience


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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience

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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 2
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 1st
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 6a-2p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience

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
  • 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
Position: Manufacturing Assembly 3
Location: Mequon, WI
Shift: 2nd
Schedule: Mon-Fri
Hours: 2p-10p + OT
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Profit sharing, 401k
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift
​Only candidates that meet the experience and educational requirements will be considered
**Materials/Shipping & Receiving positions require Hilo/Forklift experience


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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