Assembly Specialist, 1610

Location Hutchinson, KS, KS
Date Posted May 10, 2018
Category Commercial Projects
Job Type Full-Time

Description

One of our clients is looking for talented and highly motivated Assembly Specialist. Please send your resume if you would like to pursue this opportunity and you authorize Infosoft to represent you for this position. 

 

Here are job position details for your review: 

 

Job Title: Assembly Specialist

Pay Rate: $16.25/Hr

Duration: 7 Months

Job Requisition: LIM00050561

Location: Hutchinson, KS

 

 

Shift Time: 3:15PM – 11:45PM

 

 

 

This position is for ON Onshore division

 

The primary purpose of this position is the complete assembly or disassembly of gas turbine engines and related sub-assemblies and related parts. 

Tools used include but are not limited to: hand tools of various types and size, precision measurement tools including bore scopes, specialty torqueing and bolt stretching tools including heating devices material handling devices numerous standard and conventional PPE devices, material handling equipment Work from manufacturing information, drawings, specifications, operating procedures, written and/or verbal instructions. 

With supervision and technical staff develop assembly sequencing and procedures. Perform cleaning, assembly, fitting and preservation activities for engine sub-assembly and final assembly operations including blending and detailing. Activities include bore scoping, and basic wiring on engine for gas turbine. 

Loads/ unloads parts using forklift, and material handling device during assembly and/or assists crane operators. 

Not all temporary workers will be required to operate Jib crane. 

Works according to values procedures and policies. 

Adapts to various situations and adjusts to shifting priorities, team player, provides assistance to co-worker ie: 

Training, handling, and /or measurements etc. Completes detailed records and other information as required by systems.(Operator verification, product identification identification.) 

Maintains own work area preventative maintenance, cleans and returns tooling, attachments, fixtures, tables, etc.to proper location upon completion of operation. Assist quality organization with measuring testing, charting of operational information and/or recording data. 

Follows established procedures to operate machinery/equipment. 

Performs a variety of in-process and integrity checks. (electronic or manual), as required in order to maintain specific drawing tolerances. 

Job duties require the equivalent of a high school education with a basic knowledge of shop mathematics and operations, together with the use of complicated drawings, specifications, charts, tables, various types of precision measuring instruments and/or the training generally applicable in this particular or specialized occupation. Equivalent to 1 to 3 years applied trades training, such as use of blueprints, electrical schematics, etc. 

Must be able to use close tolerance measuring devices (calipers, gauges, micrometers, etc.) and be able to perform measurement conversions, read, write, understand, and follow verbal and/or written instructions. Must have the ability to complete forklift and crane operator certifications. Two years of employment in a related trade would be beneficial. 

Must have 2 – 4 years of experience in process, procedures, operations and the various tools and equipment used in the product mix associated with the job. 

Requires the use of judgment and acquired job knowledge in order to comply with instructions and standard procedures and instructions when planning, performing, and making decisions as to the sequence of setups and operations being performed. 

Can require a high level of creativity or ingenuity to propose workarounds and fixes to very non- standard situations which can be presented by non-conforming parts and changing schedule demands.

Equipment used: forklifts, Jib cranes , computer, chains, straps, hoists; acetylene equipment, electronic and other precision measuring instruments; bore scopes and cameras, bolt stretching and tightening, various hand tools, etc. 

Damage associated with incorrect use of the equipment would include delays and relatively minor extra costs. 

Errors in assembly preparations would normally be detected in succeeding operations, but considerable loss of material or rework time may be involved to correct the errors. 

Care should be taken when operating the cranes or lifting equipment . or providing visual assist to lifting equipment operators Safety features on the departmental equipment should preclude injury to others when operating that equipment. 

Reasonable care when performing job duties can prevent injury to others. 

Accidents should they occur would be minor in nature such as bruises, cuts, abrasions. 

Abides by all policies including safety/health rules and regulations. 

Work is performed in a plant/production environment, where noise, vibrations, dirt, oil, grease, solvents and heat are present, and where expose to liquid nitrogen, dry ice, heights, and extreme heat of equipment are to some extent disagreeable. 

Work is occasionally performed from elevated surfaces. 

Frequent mental and visual attention, where the flow of work is intermittent or continuous. 

Accurate readings are important and may require longer periods of close visual attention. 

Must have normal or corrected vision and hearing to read indicators, hear alarms, etc. and the ability to smell in order to be aware of proper operation of machinery and to detect any potential safety hazards. 

When performing the duties of this position, employee must be able to bend and stoop at the waist; crouch, stretch and reach, lay in cylinders within a confined workspace, stand, kneel, walk, climb, and rotate body. 

Job duties also require being able to occasionally lift/carry/push/pull/parts and equipment, weighing between 10 and 40 pounds (unassisted) between 15% and 40% of the time and over 40 pounds (assisted). 

The duties are sometimes performed in awkward positions on platforms above the assemblies or within the assemblies themselves. 

Must have good manual dexterity for grasping and handling tools, etc. 

Injuries, should they occur, may result in loss time. 

Typical injuries may include crushed hands, feet, broken bones, eye injuries, chemical burns, etc. 

Position is responsible for following all safety guidelines including harness, fall protection, etc. 

Personal protective equipment (PPE) of various types are required per the job safety analysis (JSA) throughout the work area. 

Safety shoes, safety glasses, gloves, hard hat, harness, protective clothing are required in all production areas. A hearing and vision test may be required.

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