Visual and functionally test handling systems using the HGO
Testing System and using fittings, tubing, service units,
sensors and accessories to achieve conforming unit.
Reads and interprets simple and complex engineering or
production drawings, electrical /pneumatic schematics,
catalogs, or other pertinent data in order to assemble product
in accordance with the applicable specifications.
Disassemble and/or reassemble product using mechanical
assembly hand tools including screwdrivers, wrenches,
pneumatic drivers, special tools, etc.
Participates in any and all 6S activities both individually
and collectively as required by the 6S Coordinator.
Sets up machines and/or assembly equipment within assigned
Recommends measures to improve production methods, equipment
performance, and quality of product.
Inspects and repairs nonconforming material returns.
Evaluates and analyzes nonconforming material returns.
Fastens parts together with bolts, screws, speed clips, or
Assembles, mounts, tubes and wires parts on handling systems
according to systems design specifications.
Operates standard machine shop type equipment such as: drill
presses, lathes, milling machines, saws to assist in assembly operation.
Uses various hand tools and measuring equipment such as:
drills, taps, files, calipers and micrometers to build the
Selects and places product into appropriate boxes for
packaging, seals and affixes shipping labels on packed crates.
Ability to keep performance standards at a high level.
Performance is "work quality and quantity, attitude,
ability to work as a team member and communicating in a
Other tasks and responsibilities may be assigned as required.