Human Resources - Open Positions

Nelson Global Products will from time-to-time have open positions available as part of our continous expansion. Please check back often for career opportunities. Be part of a growing team!

Nelson Global Products, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Nelson Global Products, Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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Please apply for a specific position. All resumes will be reviewed by HR and qualified candidates will be contacted for next steps.

Thursday
Apr232015

Client Program Coordinator

Summary: This position is responsible for managing the customer relationship, delivery flow, ensuring new items are set up in the ERP system, and other customer support needs of major OEM and Aftermarket customers on behalf of Nelson Global Products.  As a primary customer liaison, this role must ensure Nelson maintains a high level of customer satisfaction while protecting the interest of Nelson operations and overall business objectives.  

This individual will have primary decision-making responsibility associated with daily order management of key customer accounts.  Responsibilities include order processing, delivery oversight and coordination, customer and plant negotiations, forecast development, and leadership of a broad range of problem-solving activities.  This position will be based at the Stoughton, Wisconsin administrative facility.

COMMUNICATION

  • Main external customer interface for communication related to order processing, mgmt and product delivery  
  • Lead product transportation and expedites, manage and lead all product delivery issues with customer
  • Understand product/information flows through the Nelson plants
  • Lead and facilitate problem resolution between customer and Nelson
  • Understand and assess the needs of both sides in order to promote cooperation and positive results
    • Proactively work to protect the customer from operations variances
    • Coordinate changes to the planned ship schedule with customers that are caused by product availability, material shortages, etc.
  • Reinforce order rules (MOQ, Lead-time, etc.) established by Nelson operations for current and new products
  • Track, report and  bring attention to customer issues and work cross-functionally to resolve them
  • Lead meetings with Nelson plants to ensure product coordination and meet targets
  • Lead or participate in marketing, account team, plant and customer-related meetings
  • Provide input into business case analysis for new business opportunities
  • Ensure Nelson responds to customers by the due dates for quotes and prototypes
  • Run shipment reports or Open order reports as needed 

FORECASTING

  • Attain, analyze, and input customer forecasts      
  • Develop and publish a rolling forecast of customer demand for manufacturing use
  • Assist in development of a 12 month rolling forecast with marketing and manufacturing
  • Participate in Nelson S&OP and marketing forecast meetings

ORDER MANAGEMENT

  • Manage order flows for assigned Nelson OEM and Aftermarket customer accounts
    • Schedule, monitor, and facilitate new orders and order changes
    • Negotiate with customers exceptions based on order management guidelines
    • Oversee and coordinate daily shipments to ensure on-time delivery
  • Develop expertise on customer requirements, order transmittal methods, and freight routings/payment terms to ensure order flow accuracy
  • Identify opportunities for cost avoidance and/or reduction and initiate activities or lead projects to address
  • Ensure Purchase Order to quoted price compliance at time of order entry / acceptance to eliminate price leakage
  • Reconcile any invoice deductions that finance needs help to resolve
  • Manage the tracking spreadsheet for the customer’s tooling and prototype needs

SYSTEMS / PROCESS CAPABILITY

  • Support new product introductions and customer requested application changes
  • Identify and implement business process and system improvements
  • Facilitate setup of new customers within Order Management system as required
  • Initiate the set-up of any new customer electronic order flows and coordinate with EDI team
  • Participate in the establishment and execution of CPC & Pricing functional excellence standards
  • Miscellaneous work to support the sales staff in their efforts to support customers

FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL:

  • Bachelor or Associate degree
  • Comparable demonstrated work experience.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; writes clearly and concisely, speaks articulately, assures communications are comprehensive and timely, involving all who need to know.
  • Strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task and prioritize requirements and activities
  • Consistently uses mature judgment within a broad range of situations and diverse groups of individuals, including customers’ and Nelson senior management and manufacturing teams.
  • Understands Nelson production and information flows.
  • Demonstrates or develops basic familiarity with Nelson business processes and work flows in which Customer Service has input or requires output
  • Understands or develops knowledge of Nelson product lines.
  • Gains proficiency with MS Office, SOMS, Discoverer, reading drawings, and Oracle GIEA.

QUALITY/IMPROVEMENT:

  • Detail-oriented and accurate in executing work impacting customer satisfaction and revenue flows.
  • Champions continuous improvement and initiates/leads structured problem-solving efforts (7-step, 6 sigma) among diverse groups internal and external to Nelson.
  • Continuously reviews CPC business processes for improvement opportunities.
  • Results oriented and demonstrates commitment to follow-through.
  • Focused on meeting customer expectations (both internal and external)
  • Strong documentation skills
  • Gains understanding of Total Quality Systems (TQS), participates in documentation of procedures

TEAMWORK:

  • Works effectively within all levels of an organization, including customers’ senior management
  • Strong interpersonal skills to help foster good cross-functional relationships
  • Supports cross-training efforts within group and trains others on own accounts to ensure complete account coverage during vacations.
  • Supports CPC group projects, initiatives, or other team members as needed.

 LEADERSHIP:

  • Drives and achieves resolution of open issues
  • Has effective time and project management skills
  • Effectively manages multiple tasks in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment
  • Has strong initiative, a proven self-starter
  • Represents Nelson Global Products professionally and abides by policies and procedures relative to ethics and treatment of others.
  • Maintains composure and diplomacy regardless of the situation.
  • Continually reviews CPC business procedures and recommends changes to ensure accurate and complete adherence to plant order rules.
Thursday
Apr232015

Maintenance Manager

Under the direction of the Manufacturing Engineering the Maintenance Manager will be responsible for:

  • Coaching, supervising and training skilled craftspeople, apprentices and laborers in the repair and maintenance activities of the plant.
  • Single point of contact accountable for maintenance activities in the plant.
  • Perform front line trouble shooting activities on equipment.
  • Directing the safety awareness program for their workforce and manage safe work performance, maintaining housekeeping and assisting the Production team in area safety analysis
  • Coordinating PM and other outage activities on equipment
  • Planning the daily activities of the maintenance crews, providing the tools, materials and technical direction for the normal maintenance, preventative maintenance and the capital work
  • Perform root cause analysis and “5-why” techniques with the goal to eliminate maintenance downtime
  • Working with Engineering on the repetitive maintenance problems to continuously improve the reliability of the equipment and facilities
  • Coordinate and manage the development of maintenance work procedures and standard practices to maximize quality work and eliminate waste
  • Drive continuous improvement activities to eliminate all waste, especially as related to maintenance downtime, safety, work practices and employee involvement
  • Assist other Supervisors as needed
  • Effectively manage applicable labor issues within department
  • Perform administrative requirements to effectively manage work force
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Basic Qualifications:

  • Previous maintenance supervisory experience (minimum 3 years) in a metal fabrication or comparable plant environment is required.
  • Prior hands-on maintenance experience in a similar manufacturing environment
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Technical college degree in a relevant field preferred.
  • A state indentured journeyman’s license in an industrial maintenance trade (e.g., electrician, millwright, pipefitter, etc.) is a plus.
Thursday
Apr232015

Process Engineer

This position is responsible for Process Engineering for a large tube forming and bending operation located in Clinton, TN.  This position is responsible for engineering work related to planning, devising, and adapting methods to improve manufacturing production.  In addition, they will examine equipment, processes, operations, and assembly to determine time or quality revisions for improvement. 

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Evaluates manufacturing processes by designing and conducting research programs; applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials; conferring with equipment vendors.
  • Project planning by studying customer requirements, market demand, and competitor's products; identifying and analyzing trends in technology; conferring and collaborating with other members of management.
  • Improving manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements and equipment layout.
  • Determines feasibility of projects by identifying and forecasting costs and requirements
  • Assist in problem solving with suppliers for nonconforming product. Support supplier development activities

COMPETENCIES:

  • Good Communication Skills at all levels of the organization
  • Proficiency in the Auto Cad and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Customer Sensitivity and Awareness
  • QS-9000 and TS 16949 Interpretation

Education / Experience:

  • BS/BA in IE or ME engineering discipline
  • A minimum of 5 years experience in an automotive manufacturing environment or equivalent and prefer experience in a tube bending and end form process
  • A minimum of 3-5 years project management experience with operational responsibilities
  • Experience in QS 9000 and TS 16946 based quality systems.
  • Experience with Welding & Robotics a plus  

 

Thursday
Apr232015

New Product Implementation Program Manager

Summary: This position is responsible for managing the new product introduction process from the time we get the commitment from the customer, thru prototypes, production, and post-launch measurements on behalf of Nelson Global Products.  This role must ensure Nelson maintains a high level of customer satisfaction by making sure that projects stay on track for dates, quality and design, while protecting the interest of Nelson operations and overall business objectives.  

Key responsibilities include leading the NPI process, establishing program plans, anticipating and resolving cross-functional problems, communicate program activities, balance resources between their day to day work and their project work, start the production ECO, ensure quality products are produced on time, and that tooling, prototypes and production are completed as scheduled. 

COMMUNICATION

When multiple part numbers are launching at same time, notify the plant {including key individuals QA, materials, production, config departments and management) of timing, current status and key issues for the program as a whole.  

Initiate prototype and production ECO’s.

On an as needed basis, facilitate team meetings at plants to thoroughly review new parts including but not limited to:

  • Timeline for milestone tasks
  • Drawing specifications
  • Quality requirements
  • Equipment and personnel resources

Facilitate weekly conference calls with Deere Ag& Turf and C&F teams using the tracker spreadsheet as a framework for discussion.

  • Discuss design/engineering issues of new parts/programs
  • Status of manufacturing of new parts

 

PREPARATION OF NEW PART

Identify when first parts are required, not necessarily start of production

Working with customer and account manager, ensure customer purchase orders for parts and tooling are issued with respect to quoted lead times

Confirm release for production ECO is opened

Review DFR for required tooling, identifying tool shops and lead times

Review costing worksheet for long lead time items and inclusion of quotations for new, purchased components

Add part to tracking spreadsheet

 

MANAGEMENT OF WORKLOAD

Engineering

Advise optimal sequence of ECO completion based upon the following:

Tooling lead times and dates files needed at tool shops to meet requested tooling delivery

Request early release of long lead time subcomponents drawings ahead of ECO completion if necessaRY

Jointly decide what ECO's should use the "MBOM waiver" to release drawings for tool shops without BOM/routing completion {child ECO issued to complete Oracle work at later time)

Plants

When multiple part number programs are launching, advise optimal sequence of Oracle work completion with plant config personnel.

Working with prototype coordinators when first order is a prototype, advise optimal sequence of production for multiple part number programs

TOOLING

Customer owned tooling

Enter tooling part # and track tooling order in Oracle

Provide NCTO (new customer tooling order) documentation to plants when ECO is closed (formal kickoff for plants to start tooling)

Capitalized tooling

Identify tooling thru review of the DFR/costing worksheet tooling that is capitalized

Submit RFA form for approval and advise plant when received

Tool shops

For multiple part number program launches, identify shops that have received jobs from multiple plants to identifying the potential of capacity issues at the shops

With BRF tooling coordinator input, maintain a status spreadsheet jointly with QTS that identifies current and upcoming jobs (where PO has not been issued yet). Details date tooling needed in house at BRF, date files required to be at QTS to meet delivery timeline and completion of milestones. (Goal is to incorporate other tool shops into this process.)

SUBCOMPONENTS

Gather necessary documents and request that supply chain order long lead time parts in advance of the standard ordering process timeline

Request quotations for subcomponents added or changed after costing worksheet completed and parts are in the launch process (from existing suppliers only)

Identify and assist in expediting purchase orders for subcomponents as necessary

QUALITY

Advise quality of upcoming new part launches so any pre-work can be completed

Answer questions regarding quality document requirements as necessary

PACKAGING

Review customer packaging requirements.

Complete any packaging documentation needed.

POST LAUNCH

Confirm that customer order is in Oracle

Confirm that part is on PPAP hold in Oracle

Confirm part has shipped and request tracking number

Be on watch for anything that can delay the launch process and intervene to resolve

 

Key Skills 

Bachelor or Associate degree and/or PMP certification.

Comparable demonstrated work experience.

Strong verbal and written communication skills; writes clearly and concisely, speaks articulately, assures communications are comprehensive and timely, involving all who need to know.

Strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task and prioritize requirements and activities

Consistently uses mature judgment within a broad range of situations and diverse groups of individuals, including customers’ and Nelson senior management and manufacturing teams.

Understands Nelson engineering, quality, production and information flows.

Understands or develops knowledge of Nelson product lines.

Gains proficiency with MS Office, SOMS, Discoverer, and Oracle GIEA.

 

QUALITY/IMPROVEMENT:

Detail-oriented and accurate in executing work impacting the management of new products.

Champions continuous improvement and initiates/leads structured problem-solving efforts.

Continuously reviews NPI business processes for improvement opportunities.

Results oriented and demonstrates commitment to follow-through.

Focused on meeting customer expectations (both internal and external)

Strong documentation skills

 

TEAMWORK:

Works effectively within all levels of an organization.

Strong interpersonal skills to help foster good cross-functional relationships

Supports cross-training efforts within group and trains others on own accounts to ensure complete account coverage during vacations.

Supports NPI group projects, initiatives, or other team members as needed.

 

LEADERSHIP:

Drives and achieves resolution of open issues

Has effective time and project management skills

Effectively manages multiple tasks in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment

Has strong initiative, a proven self-starter

Represents Nelson Global Products professionally and abides by policies and procedures relative to ethics and treatment of others.

Maintains composure and diplomacy regardless of the situation.

Continually reviews NPI business procedures and recommends changes to ensure accurate and timely completion of projects.

Friday
Apr172015

Buisness Unit Manager

Job Summary

Reporting to the Plant, the Business Unit Leader shall oversee all aspects of the manufacturing operations within Nelson Global Products - FTW.  The Business Unit Leader is responsible for providing direction, to ensure the effective use of facilities and personnel, in the pursuit of an efficient operation.  The Business Unit Leader will direct all efforts towards providing a Safe work environment, generating Quality products, promoting an efficient manufacturing environment and developing the personnel within the organization.

 

Essential Job Functions

  • Establish and promote a Safe work environment.  The Business Unit Leader will develop and implement a program that trains all personnel in the practices of safety, hazard identification and elimination of issues identified as potential safety hazards.  The program will include an accident investigation process and root cause / corrective actions on safety related issues.
  • Develop and maintain an environment conducive to generating Quality products.  The Business Unit Leader will work closely with departmental supervision, training departmental personnel in the processes and procedures required to generate Quality components. 
  • Promoting an efficient manufacturing environment.  The Business Unit Leader will responsible for the production activities of all production areas, ensuring schedule compliance and the meeting Customer delivery expectations.  The Business Unit Leader will develop and implement a process to review facility expenditures, ensuring budgetary compliance and reviewing any variance to established financial expectations. 
  • Developing personnel - The Business Unit Leader will assist supervision, and Human Resources, in the direction of training efforts.  A strong emphasis will be placed on cross training within cells, work groups and departments.  The Business Unit Leader is tasked to empower, select, coach, and retain qualified staff that contributes to unit and company goals.
  • The Business Unit Leader will provide subordinate evaluations, mentoring / coaching in areas deemed proficient or deficient.
  • The Business Unit Leader will communicate vision and expectation levels to unit members.  The strategy must be reliant upon the strategic direction of corporate vision and company goals.
  • The Business Unit Leader integrates different team functions and ensures the highest quality performance through feedback, training, and development.  
  • Performs other essential duties as required.

 

Job Qualifications

  • A Bachelor Degree in Business, Engineering or related field and five years prior operational management experience is required. 
  • Related manufacturing experience in tube forming, fabrication, welding, brazing or bending is beneficial.
  • Strong interpersonal, leadership and communication skills (both verbal and written) are a requirement.
  • Problem solving, team building and coaching characteristics are preferred skills sets.
  • Candidate must be proficient in computer operations, inclusive of spreadsheets and word processing.
Wednesday
Apr082015

Order Picker

Overview:

The Distribution Center employee is responsible for operating a forklift to move, locate, relocate, stack, and count merchandise. The Operator is accountable for the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle and may also be required to perform Order Filler and Checker duties.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Receiving/Put-Away: Unload inbound shipments safely and move product to storage locations.
  • Quality: Ensure inbound and outbound shipments are accurate and free of damage. Report quality variances
  • Order Picking: Pull and prepare product for shipment, ensuring that the exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped. Perform picking duties in an efficient manner that meets customer service standards
  • Loading: Efficiently move product from staging and/or storage areas into trailers.
  • Inventory: Keep appropriate records and reports to guarantee that tight inventory control and security are maintained. Assist in physical inventories. Ensure proper stock rotation.
  • Safety, Sanitation, Security: Maintain a clean, neat, and orderly work area. Assist in maintaining the security of the warehouse. Conduct operations in a manner that promotes safety. Maintenance: Perform or assist in building, grounds, and equipment maintenance as required.
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Education and/or Experience:

  • At least 1 year of fork lift/pallet jack experience
  • Attention to detail
  • Hand held scanner experience

 

Job Requirements

  • Must be able to lift 75 lbs without restriction 
  • Must be able to work in varying facility conditions. 

 

Wednesday
Mar252015

Development Engineer - Acoustics

OVERVIEW

This position resides within the New Product Development/Analysis/Test Engineering Group within Nelson Global Products Corporate Engineering.  This position has two complementary job functions.  The first will be in developing acoustic mufflers, as well as tests and procedures related to muffler or exhaust system development.  The second is Product Development of structural, hydraulic, and exhaust products

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Design and develop structural, hydraulic, and exhaust products/systems for on-highway, off-highway and small engine and recreational vehicle markets to meet customer requirements.
  • Develop predictive tools and standards for the design and application of exhaust products, structural products, or hydraulic products.
  • Lead the development and documentation of test procedures and methods for ensuring acoustic performance and durability of new products.  This includes dynamic, acoustic, thermal, and flow testing.
  • Identify the business case and lead procurement of capital required to complete test plans for products under development.
  • Identify and execute the technical support work (including mechanical design, analyses, testing, drafting, prototypes, etc.) required to develop system components, test fixtures, and standards.
  • Maintain and manage project schedules.
  • Travel to customer and supplier sites as necessary, perform on-site testing, and present our technology.
  • Travel Required:  10% - 30%

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:

  • Expert level knowledge in NVH Data Acquisition, Signal Analysis, and Test Equipment.
  • Expert level analytic and test capabilities as related to Acoustics and Sound.  Including Sound Power Level, Sound Pressure Level, Binaural Recording, Jury Testing, Sound Intensity Mapping.
  • Expert level knowledge of Fluid Dynamics and Thermal Science.
  • User level knowledge of analytical tools in FEA and/or CFD. (Ansys CFX and Ansys Mechanical Skills – Preferred)
  • Proficient at Solid Modeling (Autodesk Inventor Preferred)
  • Project management skills and ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Independent, motivated, customer-focused.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.
  • Solid communication skills, written and oral.
  • Ability to work in cross functional team environment.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with 3 years of experience in NVH Engineering or Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering with 1 year of experience in NVH Engineering.
  • 1 plus years of experience in NVH testing and Signal Analysis is required.
  • Basic knowledge of vehicle chassis systems.
  • Basic knowledge of the off highway and small engine and recreational vehicle markets (preferred) 
Thursday
Mar192015

Plant Controller

OVERVIEW:

 

This position is the Business Partner to the Plant Manager and provides financial analysis of plant operations so appropriate financial decisions can be made, especially on cost reduction.

 

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

 

  • Lead Monthly Inventory Forecast Process
  • Lead Annual Physical Inventory Process
  • Standard Cost Variance Analysis
  • Scrap Analysis
  • Cycle Count Process
  • CapEx Project Reviews
  • Inventory working capital management and reporting
  • Supporting, tracking. Monitoring and controlling Value Creation Plan (VCP) initiatives at the plant
  • Perform monthly close select plant balance sheet accounts like inventory, inventory reserves, plant accruals, etc.
  • Analysis and Reporting of results to management
  • Provide controllable spend and provide variance analysis
  • Coordination and support of budgeting/forecasting of plant spend
  • Miscellaneous special projects as directed by Finance Management
  • Provide finance leadership presence and support at the plants

   

Competencies:

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential functions of this position:

Analytical—the individual synthesizes complex or diverse information.

Problem solving—the individual identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner and gathers and analyzes information skillfully.

Technical skills-the individual must possess strong US GAAP accounting knowledge related to normal business/manufacturing operations.

Oral communication—the individual speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, demonstrates group presentation skills and conducts meetings.

Management skills—skills includes staff in planning, decision-making, facilitating and process improvement; makes self-available to staff; provides regular performance feedback; and develops subordinates’ skills and encourages growth.

Quality management—the individual looks for ways to improve and promote quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.

Judgment—the individual displays willingness to make decisions, exhibits sound and accurate judgment and makes timely decisions.

Planning/organizing—the individual prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.

 

Qualifications/requirements:

Should have 5+ years of experience in all aspects of accounting including accounting supervisory experience

Experience in a manufacturing accounting environment preferred

Experience in multi-plant, multi-location environment desirable

Exceptional verbal and written communication skills

High level problem solving and analytical skills required

Exceptional personal initiative and desire to drive consistent improvement

Ability to thrive in a fast paced environment and not only be able to follow the rules but set the rules

Ability to work within a team environment and highly functional not just as a leader but also as a team member

Ability to navigate through multiple accounting systems

Must be able to balance workloads and multi-task while remaining cognizant of multiple reporting deadlines

Must have strong work ethics during high volume periods, including month year end close, and the budgeting season

 

Education/Training/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • Standard Cost Accounting Experience
  • CPA preferred

 

Thursday
Feb052015

Machinist - Jigs & Fixtures 

Key Responsibilities:    

Ability to produce semi complex parts

Work with Engineering, Production, VPI and Quality teams to understand the product, design and build jigs/fixtures for new and existing products. Also work with other NGP Plants.

Work with Production and Quality to re-make/modify jigs/fixtures and tooling.

Maintain stock of sharpened tooling/machined spare parts or any other tooling that requires sharpening

Diagnose and remedy operating troubles

Design, build and maintain various tooling and fixtures

Work from drawings and specifications

Understand and apply appropriate and prescribed safety procedures and practices

Use variety of precision measuring instruments

General maintenance as needed on special projects

Perform other duties as directed by the Maintenance Supervisor

 

 

Skills & Abilities:

Safety conscious

Must have good Math skills, including Trigonometry.

Knowledge and experience in the operation of CNC lathes and mills required.     AUTO CAD/BOB CAD

Knowledge and experience in the use of CAD/CAM software required

Ability to program CNC machines using G codes

Ability to work independently or in a team environment

Work without supervision

Positive attitude

Ability to work efficiently and handle multiple tasks

Good communication skills

Must have a good work ethic and be willing to work overtime as needed to meet customer requirements

 

 

Education & Experience:

2 years Tech School or equivalent

3 years’ experience working in a similar position is preferred

 

 

Physical Requirements: 

Must be able to lift up to 50lbs

Must be able to walk at least 75% of the time

 

Tuesday
Feb032015

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for inspecting/repairing/installing/modifying & maintaining electrical systems, circuits & equipment
  • Design, program and troubleshoot PLC & Control packages for machines
  • Perform electrical and electro mechanical preventative maintenance
  • Working knowledge of 120,220,480VAC, 1PH & 3PH circuits
  • Troubleshoot machinery and equipment to detect faults and correct in a timely  manner
  • Wire and install mechanical and electrical components on new or retrofitted machinery and equipment
  • Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams and technical orders to determine methods and sequences of assembly
  •  Repair, rework and calibrate hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies/systems to meet operational specifications
  • Support CI/Lean/NGP Initiatives
  • Responsible for work area cleanliness (5S – Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Sustain) & Line Organization

Skills and Abilities

  • Good mechanical aptitude, self-motivated and energetic
  • Be flexible and able to perform a wide variety of duties with assignments often changing on short notice
  • Strong communication, problem solving  and organizational skills 
  • Strong analytical skills, mathematical concepts and problem solving ability
  • Read, understand and trouble shoot schematics
  •   Good attendance and solid performance history
  • Must not have a current final warning

 

Education and Experience

  • Electro mechanical Associated degree or related fields preferred or 2-4 years of experience in PLC programming and I/O logic
  • 2-4 years’ experience working in a manufacturing fabrication environment

Physical Requirements: 

  • Must be able to lift/move up to 50 lbs
  • Must be able to walk/stand at least 90% of the time