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Prescott Metal - Shipper/Receiver

Prescott Metal is looking to add a Shipper/Receiver to their growing organization. If you consider yourself a “go-getter” with high energy, excellent attention to detail and a clean, valid driver’s license, we would love to hear from you.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and package parts in a manner that will allow for damage free delivery while adhering to standard packaging guidelines.
  • Maintain lists of packaged and skidded product to ensure all shipping paperwork is accurate
  • Assist in safe loading of delivery vehicles and load product to ensure it’s protected during transit
  • Transport product/shipments locally with company vehicles as needed.
  • Ensure all company vehicles are maintained and in safe working condition
  • Manage inventory of all packaging materials and pallet inventory while maintaining, cleaning and organizing work areas
  • Visual inspection of delivered product to ensure no shipping damage has occurred and communicate any damages/issues with the right personnel.

Requirements:

  • 1+ years’ shipping/receiving experience
  • Certified to use battery operated pallet jack or be trained to do so
  • Must have a valid, unexpired Maine driver’s license – Class B license preferred
  • Ability to collaborate with other team members and maintain a positive attitude
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with a sense of urgency
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. and drive distances up to 300 miles per day with minimal breaks

 

Prescott Metal takes pride in the men and women that have made, and continue to make, the company what it is today. They offer competitive pay and an excellent benefits package.

Please submit your resume and cover letter.

APPLY TODAY: https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0m5l6?cjb_hash=O_LZYS72&apply_now=true

PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS.

Prescott Metal is an equal opportunity employer.

Knox Machine - Second Shift QC Inspector

Knox Machine Company is an established contract manufacturer of precision-machined components for defense, aerospace, power-generation, oil and gas exploration, and additional high-tech industries.

We are currently accepting applications for full-time second shift inspector.

Job requires inspecting precision machine parts, working with measuring tools, QC equipment & operating CMM’s.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Fully Paid Employee Medical Insurance
Fully Paid Dental Insurance
Fully Paid Life Insurance
Matching 401K Retirement Plan
Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
Paid Christmas through New Year’s Shutdown
Available Overtime

Clean, well-lit work environment
Advancement opportunities and benefits

Competitive Wages with available overtime.

To apply, please send your resume,
or schedule an appointment to visit by calling (207) 273-2296

MORE ABOUT US: For over 30 years, Knox Machine has been providing all facets of industry with high-quality close tolerance machining and superior customer service. Join us!

936 Eastern Road, P.O. Box 68
Warren, ME 04864

Knox Machine - CNC/Conventional Machinists

Now Hiring, Positions Available:  Full Time CNC & Conventional Machinists

Knox Machine Company is an established contract manufacturer of precision-machined components for defense, aerospace, power-generation, oil and gas exploration, and additional high-tech industries.

Job requires set-up and running of precision machine parts.

Benefits Include:

Fully Paid Employee Medical Insurance

Fully Paid Dental Insurance

Fully Paid Life Insurance

Matching 401K Retirement Plan

Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation

Paid Christmas through New Year’s Shutdown

Available Overtime

Clean, well-lit work environment

Advancement opportunities and benefits

Competitive Wages with available overtime

 

To apply, please send your resume to thatfield@knoxmachine.com or schedule an appointment to visit by calling (207) 273-2296

 

MORE ABOUT US: for over 30 years, Knox Machine has been providing all facets of industry with high-quality close tolerance machining and superior customer service.  Join us!

Knox Machine - Tool Manager/Programmer

 

 

Now Hiring, Position Available:  TOOL MANAGER/PROGRAMMER

Knox Machine Company is an established contract manufacturer of precision-machined components for defense, aerospace, power-generation, oil and gas exploration, and additional high-tech industries.

We are seeking a Tool Crib/Tooling Manager that can split time filling multiple roles including tool crib management, arranging tools in job set up packages, purchasing and sharpening tooling, along with some engineering and programming.

Job requires computer skills, organization, and preferably a background in machine tool or as a machinist.

Benefits Include:

Fully Paid Employee Medical Insurance

Fully Paid Dental Insurance

Fully Paid Life Insurance

Matching 401K Retirement Plan

Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation

Paid Christmas through New Year’s Shutdown

Available Overtime

Clean, well-lit work environment

Advancement opportunities and benefits

Competitive Wages with available overtime

 

To apply, please send your resume to thatfield@knoxmachine.com or schedule an appointment to visit by calling (207) 273-2296

 

MORE ABOUT US: for over 30 years, Knox Machine has been providing all facets of industry with high-quality close tolerance machining and superior customer service.  Join us!

Hallett Canvas and Sales - Sewer

Hallett Canvas and Sails, Inc in Falmouth Maine, with a reputation for exceptional quality, innovation and service, seeks experienced canvas fabricators/sewers.

Industrial sewing experience and skills are required, and marine industry experience is advantageous.

The ideal canvas fabricator/sewer will be able to measure projects, create templates/patterns, cut and sew large and small canvas projects, provide exceptional fit and finish detailing, and be able to install and adjust products to meet customer expectations.

The person(s) we hire will have a great work ethic, take pride in their work and work well in a team/can-do environment. If this opportunity to join a well-established company with a promising future is appealing to you and you have the experience and skills we need, we want to hear from you.

Please send your resume to mhallett225@gmail.com or call 207-781-7070.

Skills: Detail Oriented, Organized, Driven- Self Motivated, Disciplined, Creative

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Hourly, wage DOE

Required experience:  Manufacturing-fabricating/sewing canvas products: 1 year

Driver’s License

McCann Fabrication-Welder/Fabricator

Welder/Fabricator

McCann Fabrication | New Gloucester, ME

Description
Immediate opening for an experienced welder and fabricator wanted to work at our family-run 30-employee custom metal fabrication company. Welding test is required and five years welding experience in Tig, Mig and/or Fluxcore is strongly desired. Ability to read blueprints and layouts is a definite plus, as is experience in running fabrication equipment such as rolls, shear, brake, hydromech saw, strippit, geka, drills, seam welder, etc. Experience with CAD, 5-axis waterjet equipment, shop maintenance or equipment repair is also a definite plus. Only dependable workers with self-motivation and a positive attitude need apply. Starting pay will be commensurate with experience and ability. Must pass a pre-employment physical. Our first shift is currently running approximately 6:00 a.m. through 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with the opportunity for overtime available now. At other times, we have run first shift as 7:00 a.m – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and we also offer a 15% shift differential if you are willing to work second shift. If you are qualified and would like to work part time instead of full time, we would consider that as well. Full time company benefits include medical, dental, life, 401K/Roth with profit sharing, vacation, a minimum of (8) paid holidays and the opportunity to earn another.

Requirements
Mig welding, tig welding, fluxcore welding, experience in running other job shop fabrication equipment, must be able to pass a welding test and a pre-employment physical.

Benefits
Vacation, paid holidays, 15% shift differential on second shift, medical, dental, life, 401K/Roth, profit sharing, AFLAC, break room with 50 cent coffee, great co-workers. 🙂

Education
Welding test required

Location
New Gloucester is 30 mins from Portland and 15 minutes from Auburn.

 

Please contact Dennis McCann at dennis.mccann@mccannfabrication.com or stop by 1027 Lewiston Road to fill out an application.

Elmet Technologies-Precision Machinist

JOB DESCRIPTION SHEET

 

Job Title:  Precision Machinist 1st Class                                 Reports To:    Production Supervisor

 

Dept.:  216 – Fabrication                                                                     Grade:               9

           

General Description:   Operator sets up and operates equipment required to produce and maintain tools, fixtures and parts in accordance with specifications.

 

 

 

Essential Job Functions:*

 

  • Obtains material, supplies and specifications necessary to meet job requirements.
  • Verifies that starting materials and supplies are dimensionally correct.
  • Sets up and operates equipment in conformance with specifications with no supervision.
  • Performs in-process inspection of his/her work using applicable measuring devices
  • Completes required inspection documents and production reports
  • Delivers completed products to the next operation
  • Learns to set up and operate new equipment
  • Assists others in set up and operation procedures
  • May clean and lubricate machines, tools, and equipment in order to remove grease, rust, stains, and foreign matter
  • Keeps work area neat and orderly
  • Follows all company safety policies and procedures and reports all accidents, hazards and equipment problems
  • Performs other duties as required

 

 

Skills/Experience/Training Required:

 

  • Internal candidates: Former 2nd class Precision Machinist with 3 or more years experience, any 2nd class Maintenance Machinist with at least 5 years total experience, or 3 years shop experience.
  • External candidates: 2 year secondary school degree in machining technology (i.e., CMTC), or a minimum of 3 years recent machine shop experience.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform basic math functions
  • Ability to use basic hand measuring tools
  • Must have a clear understanding of customer prints and drawings
  • Basic computer proficiency, including documentation data entry and report generation
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Permanent position requires candidate to pass written test, as well as proof of competency tests, which include demonstration of ability to produce actual parts in specific processes.

 

 

 

 

 

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

 

  • Must be able to lift and maneuver up to fifty (50) pound.
  • Routinely operates/uses equipment, machines, and tools requiring hand-eye coordination and finger dexterity
  • Must have 20/20 correctible vision
  • Routinely communicates face-to-face
  • Routinely performs duties in production floor environment
  • Must be able to reach overhead and below the knees including bending, twisting, pulling and stopping
  • Must be able to stand, sit or walk for extended periods of time or for an entire work shift
  • Must be able to wear protective gear

 

 

 

 

 

 

This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of all the responsibilities, skills or working conditions associated with the position.  While it is intended to accurately reflect the position activities and requirements, the Company reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and assign other duties as necessary.

 

*External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case by case basis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Employee                                                        Date               Supervisor                                                        Date

 

 

August 2015

Washburn & Doughty-Ship Fitter

Job Title:            Shipfitter

Reports To:      Shipfitting

Date:                    6/13/17

 

Primary Function:

Positions, aligns, fits, and tack welds steel parts to assemble and form various ship units and subunits.   May also perform various outfitting tasks as required.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • To perform the primary job requirements satisfactorily and safely.
  • Follows shop floor blue prints and layout specifications consistent with marine ship structure.
  • Must be able to determine information to fabricate, erect and install ships structures, plates, bulkheads, frames, braces, foundations, structural closures and various outfitting items from blueprint drawings.
  • Uses various tools such as tape measure (fractions), square and level to user structure compliance.
  • Aligns and fits parts according to specifications, using jacks, wedges, pry bar and hammer.
  • Uses overhead crane to move pieces in place as necessary.
  • Performs burning cuts, bevels and flushes steel with torch.
  • Uses various hand tools to include grinder, chipping chisel, needle gun, drill, etc.
  • Must be able to tack weld flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead welds on various thickness of steel structure (typically 3/8” to 1 “.
  • Must be able to safely rig steel and structures when using overhead crane to move and place steel and components.
  • Aligns parts in relation to each other using crane, jacks, come-a-longs, wedges and hammers.
  • Properly use sucker tubes to collect fumes and dust particles associated with welding.
  • Properly wear all required PPE.
  • Performs various outfitting tasks as required to complete the ship.
  • All other duties and tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements:

2-3 years of welding experience within a commercial or industrial environment (marine experience preferred).

SMAW and FCAW certifications and work experience desired.

Vocational school training or other equivalent OJT training desired.

Strong mechanical aptitude with fundamental understanding of various shipbuilding practices.

Ability to read blue prints and schematic drawings.

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to periodically lift 50 pounds.

Must be able to safely access ABS manway confined space entrances measuring 15” wide by 23” tall from a vertical orientation. (Our primary concern is for the health and safety of the worker and being able to quickly rescue a worker should they become ill or injured)

Must be to stand, walk, use stairs, sit, lift, carry objects, perform overhead reaching in all directions, pushing, pulling twisting, climbing, balancing, bending, crouching, work from heights, work in confined space as necessary with shipfitting demands.

Must have good manual dexterity and eye to hand coordination with welding and fitting activities.

Washburn & Doughty-Marine Electrician

Job Title:            Marine Electrician

Reports To:      Electrical

Date:                    7/17/17

Primary Function:

Position supports new vessel AC and DC wiring of all ship service power for motors, generators, communications, navigation, audio/visual, system monitors, pumps, winches, appliances, lighting and all other equipment.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • To perform the primary job requirements satisfactorily and safely.
  • Performs installation, termination and testing of various copper cable assemblies.
  • Installs various AC/DC switchboards and connections.
  • Installs appropriate wiring for motors, generators and controllers.
  • Installs both general electrical and lighting services.
  • Shoots studs to support cable hangers and wire way racks.
  • Assures proper cable types meeting utility/system specifications.
  • Installs communications and navigation systems.
  • Follows engineering drawings, electrical schematics, layout drawings and specifications consistent with marine ship structure.
  • All other duties and tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements:

2-3 years of commercial and or residential wiring experience desired with some exposure to marine AC/DC applications desired but not necessary.

Vocational or technical school training or other equivalent OJT training desired.

Strong electrical/mechanical aptitude with fundamental understanding of various wiring application codes.

Prefer an understanding of ABS requirements and or ABYC, however, not required.

Understanding of wiring schematics and design prints as well as troubleshooting electrical systems and circuits.

Must have own basic electrician tools (request tool requirement list)

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to periodically lift 30 pounds.

Must be to stand, walk, use stairs, sit, lift, carry objects, perform overhead reaching in all directions, pushing, pulling twisting, climbing, balancing, bending, crouching, work from heights, work in confined space as necessary with required electrical systems. Must have good manual dexterity and eye to hand coordination with working various sizes of electrical wiring, connections and breaker fuses.

DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. - Sales Engineer

Sales Engineer

POSITION SUMMARY

Support Sales Manager, Director of Business Development and external sales representatives in quote generation, customer communication, product design and development, and job execution.  Provide general engineering support to the entire organization.

Reports to:              Sales Manager

Department:           Sales

Working Hours:      Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Operate a PC.

Communicate with Vendors, Customers and Co-Workers by phone, fax, email and meetings.

 

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Provide engineering support to sales people and customers

Participate in product and project estimating, quoting and costing

Enter sales, engineering and costing information into database

Work with customers to obtain engineering information, and customer engineering support

Develop concepts and designs

Develop product specifications for production

Attend production meetings, costing meetings, and job kickoff meetings when necessary

Travel to customer sites and participate in sales meetings

Travel to and participate in trade shows

Provide technical drawings to customers for quotation purposes, provide sales representatives with engineering information

Provide engineering support to manufacturing including, but not limited to, producing CAD drawings, answering technical questions, and making procedural suggestions

Follow engineering procedure regarding technical drawings (creation, storage, revision, customer-supplied drawings, post job consolidation, etc.)

Contact vendors for quote purposes

Provide materials list to purchasing department when necessary               Other duties as assigned by management

 

QUALIFICATIONS – SKILLS/EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIRED

Requires an Associate’s Degree in Drafting, Industrial Technology, or related technical field with at least 2 years of related experience.

Requires excellent interpersonal, organizational, and planning skills.

Computer competency in MS Excel, MS Word, and SolidWorks is required.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Works mostly in the office environment (business casual).

Is expected to frequent the production floor for fact finding, communication and coordination.

Is expected to travel nationally and internationally on an occasional basis.

Personal protective equipment is provided and mandatory.

AUTHORITY/RESPONSIBILITY

Responsible to adhere to procedures as defined by the DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. Quality Management System.

 

PLEASE REPLY TO

dcote@deepwb.com

 

General Dynamics OTS-Cut Off Saw Operator

JOB SUMMARY

 

The Cut Off Saw operator performs metal cut-off operations on a large variety and types of work pieces.  Operates and maintains set-up on band saws, and Water Jet.  Follows established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Performs set-ups and changeovers such as changing saw blades, adjusting saw blades guides, adjusting vise jaws and bar stock auto feed to accommodate various size work types and diameters.   Also performs set-ups and changeovers on Water Jet including filling abrasive hopper, emptying spent abrasive hopper, changing filter and resin bags, and replace consumable cutting head components.  Operates and maintains associated equipment such as Magnus wash tank, belt sanders, hand grinders, and other deburring tools.  Must be able to operate machine attachments and accessories.

 

Lifts and positions workpiece on machine table manually or with hoist and secures it using clamps, bolts and other work holding devises.  May use overhead cranes to move and position heavy work pieces.

 

Responsible for ensuring the equipment is in good working condition.  Insures flow of coolant or lubricant on work area, starts machine and engages automatic feed or performs hand feed operations.  Verifies correct program is called up and that set up is correct prior to cutting a load of parts.  Verifies set-up alignment and work piece specifications using measuring instruments.  Changes saw blades when required insuring that the new blade does not enter kerf left by old blade which would remove set.

 

Operate a chamfering machine, to machine the required angled edge on the workpiece.

 

Practices safety and good housekeeping policies and procedures.

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • All employees are expected to be in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • May be required to perform other duties as required by supervision and follow instructions as directed.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Required:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. required.

 

Experience:

Required:

  • May be required to have up to four (4) months experience.

Required:

Knowledge:

·         Knows basic sawing and cut-off principals, monitors wear of saw blade cutting teeth and tooth set.

·         Must have an understanding of basic metal cutting and be familiar with the use of power tools and larger machine shop type of equipment.

Skills:

  • Must be able to operate and maintain abrasive feed system, closed loop filtration system, abrasive removal system, perform cutting bed maintenance and cutting head maintenance.
  • Employee must have basic computer skills, and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

The amount of expended mental effort is average.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Manufacturing Environment: Well-lighted, may be heated and air-conditioned. Working conditions may have presence of obnoxious odors, undesirable process compounds and process dirt make conditions unpleasant.

 

 

NOTE

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.

 

 

 

Training 2 34 Requires the ability to speak, read and write the English language, also to add and subtract.
Experience 2 26 Average two (2) moths

Includes over one (1) month through four (4) months.

Judgment 2 34 Requires the ability to make the correct selection for a small range of established alternatives.
Responsibility for Equipment 3 15 Moderate damage probability.
Responsibility for Waste 2 10 Minor spoilage probability.
Responsibility for Safety 2 10 Probability of accident is present to a moderate degree.
Responsibility for Customer Goodwill 1 5 Not directly related.
Mental Application 2 20 Average.
Physical Application 3 30 Fairly high.
Working Conditions 4 20  

Conditions are such that operators are subject to a large amount of process dirt, or where protective clothing is worn is very uncomfortable.

 

357

Remarks:     D. Lothrop

Job Analyst: J. Basile, C. Kaler, S. Jones, L. Dixon

General Dynamics OTS-Grinder Cylindrical #2

JOB SUMMARY

 

The Grinder Cylindrical #2 will maintain and operate external cylindrical grinding machines.  Grind external cylindrical and tapered surfaces of rotating metal workpieces.  Work to tolerances of plus or minus 0.0002 inch.  Follow established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions.

 

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Position and secures cutting tool on machine table.  Trues and dresses loaded and glazed wheels.

 

Direct the flow of cutting oil and coolant against wheel and work piece.  Use a high pressure jet to clean and unload metal from wheel exercising extreme caution to prevent penetration of skin by jet stream.  Ensure that cutting of oil refrigeration system maintains at specified gage temperature to prevent heat build up in mist cutting oil and flash fire potential.

 

 

Exercise caution to prevent personal injury to self due to high RPM of grinding wheels and hazards associated with grinding.  Perform operator tasks according to the machine’s process maintenance checklist to ensure that the machine is in proper working order, and to record information as instructed.  Practice safety and good housekeeping policies and procedures.

 

Practice safety and good housekeeping according to policies and procedures.   Must be capable of lifting up to 35 pounds on a regular basis.

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Must to capable of performing all tasks and duties of Grinder Cylindrical #3.   Employee must have basic computer skills and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.

 

  • All employees are expected to be in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.

 

  • May be required to perform other duties as required by supervision and follows instructions as directed.

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Required:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. required.

Experience:

Required:

  • Employee must have basic computer skills, and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.
  • Average eight (18) months.  Includes over four (4) months,   through one (1) year.

Required:                                    

Knowledge:

  • Must be aware of the machineability ratings of materials, and is applying speeds and feeds for various materials.

 

Skills:

  • Aware of the causes of cutting tool failures, such as cratering of HSS and carbide cutters, abrasion, chipping, and breakage problems, etc.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

The amount of expended mental effort is average.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Manufacturing Environment: Well-lighted, may be heated and air-conditioned. Working conditions are unpleasant.

 

NOTE

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.

 

 

 

Code No.  13/0098                                                                                                             Date: 5/20/1983

Dept. _______

Job Name : grinder cylindrical #2                                                                                                                                                          Grade: f

Rev: 6/15/2005

 FACTORS                                           STAGE                      RATING BASIS                      

Training 2 34 Requires ability to take simple information from blueprints and/or use simple precision measuring instruments.
Experience 3 50 Average eight (18) months.  Includes over four (4) months,   through one (1) year.
Judgment 3 51 Requires making the correct selection from a wide range of established procedures or adapting procedures to the work.  This may involve a degree of planning.
Responsibility

for equipment

2 10 Minor damage probability.
Responsibility

for waste

3 15 Moderate spoilage probability
Responsibility

for safety

3 15 Probability of accident is present to a substantial degree.
Responsibility

for customer goodwill

1 5 Not directly related.
Mental application 2 20 Average
Physical Application 2 20 Average.
Working Conditions 3 30  

Unpleasant

 

 

Remarks:  Original Job Analyst:  K. Kelley/A. Petit

  1. Smith B. Tarbox K. Kelley A. Petit

General Dynamics OTS-NC Lathes #2

JOB SUMMARY

 

The NC Lathes #2 operates and maintains set-up on multi-axis numerically controlled (NC) and computer numerically controlled (CNC) lathes machine tools; and, may perform minor changeovers and set-ups such as changing programs, tool holders, inserts, collets, etc.  Performs various combinations of lathe operations such as turning, facing, boring, threading, drilling, reaming, contouring, etc. on metal forgings, casting, bar stock, etc.  Follows established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Searches to and makes appropriate program active.  Positions workpiece in fixtures, chucks or collets and secures part.

 

Maintains and corrects if necessary work shift and tooling “offsets”.  Performs minor set-ups and changeovers on work of a repetitive nature.  Turns dials to index cutting tools to specified set point as necessary.  Observes metal-cutting action to verify proper metal removal.

 

Compares numerical data displays with specifications on operations sheet.  May operate machine on preliminary dry run before machining first part to detect errors in program.  Verifies accuracy of machined work-piece against process specifications using fixed gages, microhite, surface plates, etc.

Notifies supervision of discrepancies.

 

Practices safety and good housekeeping policies and procedures.  Perform operator tasks according to the machine’s process maintenance checklist to ensure that the machine is in proper working order, and to record information as instructed.

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • No supervision required as to the mechanics of the job.  Must be able to perform all tasks and duties of NC Lathes #3.    All employees are expected to be in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • May be required to perform other duties as required by supervision and follow instructions as directed.

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Required:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. required.  Associates degree or technical college preferred.

Experience:

Required:

  • Employee must have basic computer skills, and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.
  • Average thirty (30) months. Includes over two (2) years through three (3) years.

 

Required:

Knowledge:

  • Knowledgeable of keyboard and control panel functions that control the various machining operations.
  • Knowledgeable of cutting tool wear and resulting effects on workpiece and cutters during discussions with machine operators and engineers.

Skills:

  • Experienced with keyboard and control panel functions that control the various machining operations and CRT display modes.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

The amount of expended mental effort is fairly high.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Manufacturing Environment: Well-lighted, may be heated and not air-conditioned. Working conditions are normal.

 

NOTE

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.

 

 

 

4 68 Requires the ability to devise procedures on work of complicated nature where standard practices do not fully cover the work.
3 15 Moderate damage probability.
3 15 Moderate spoilage probability.
1 5 Not directly related.
3 30 Fairly high.
2 20  

Average.

 

2 20  

Normal.

 

 

Remarks:     C.  Schaefer

Job Analyst: J. Basile, J. Devlin, C. Kaler

 

General Dynamics OTS-Power Plant Engineer #2

JOB SUMMARY:

The Power Plant Engineer #2 start up, operate, and maintain three Johnston Automatic Oil Fired Boilers of 600 H.P. capacity each and two Columbia Gas Fired Boilers 50 H.P. capacity each.  Engineer(s) observe and manipulates mechanical, automatic, or remote controls for testing, clearing and blow-down or draining of these controls to ensure safe and proper operation of these devices.   Conduct tests and monitor stationary internal combustion engines that are used for the facilities emergency electrical generators and fire protection pump this pump is used to maintain water pressure for hydrants and the facilities sprinkler systems.  Follows established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions.

 

RESPONSIBLITIES:

  1. Start up, operate, and maintain air compressors and dryers used to supply air to manufacturing processes, auxiliary motors, equipment, pumps, etc.
  2. Maintains boiler room daily logs, complete as indicated on boiler room log sheets.
  3. The engineer will also complete routine and annual boiler cleaning if applicable.

 

  1. Observes pressure gauges, water levels, temperature gauges, fuel oil gauges and other related gauges use in the daily operation of the boiler room.
  2. Monitors air compressor output insuring a constant pressure of 95 lbs (plus or minus 5 lbs) this system pressure is required to maintain all production processes and equipment throughout the facility.
  3. Complete daily functionally checks on safety related controls.
  4. Verifies specified operation of automatic combustion control systems and feed water regulators.
  5. Maintain, troubleshoot and program the boiler room control, this unit is used for automatic sequencing of the boiler system.
  6. Enter predetermined parameters needed for boiler controls and proper sequencing.

 

  1. Maintain, clean and repair the boiler burners and any other fuel burning equipment.
  2. Turns valves and adjusts controls to set specified fuel flows, fuel tank suction and returns lines.

 

  1. Monitor and adjust if needed feed water flows.
  2. Monitor and adjust if needed condensate return flows and temperature.
  3. Monitor and maintain steam pressure output needed for proper heating and production processes.

 

  1. Observes operating equipment and auxiliary units for early detection of malfunctions and prompt repairs (Predictive Maintenance).

 

  1. Obtains daily samples of boiler water and feed water to perform chemical tests as needed.
  2. Uses Bridge Meter to measure feed water conductivity.
  3. Adds appropriate amounts of boiler compound and chemicals to maintain feed water specifications as determined by test results, these chemical are control polymers, total dissolved solids, sulfite, alkalinity, PH, chloride, conductivity, hardness and iron.
  4. Maintain chemical injection system that is used to feed compounds and chemicals.
  5. Maintains daily records of feed water control analysis such as test results, type and amount of chemical treatment added, etc.

 

  1. Routes steam from main header to supply plant demands and to heat outside water storage tanks and out side bulk oil storage tanks during cold weather.
  2. Route steam flow to bypass ( run around for off peak load demands)

 

  1. Maintains bulk oil storage at 140F to prevent congealing (No. 6 oil will not pump below 100f).
  2. Ensure boiler room dampers are operational for winter load.
  3. Winter months verify proper operation of fire protection storage tank heater.

 

  1. Must follow lock out tag out procedures used for equipment repairs and shutdown.
  2. Must comply with all EHS requirements for safety and personnel PPE.
  3. Practices good housekeeping and safe work practices; ensuring the boilers are maintained and operated in a safe and efficient manner.
  4. Ensure all pressure vessels are operated and maintained in a manner that allows for safe operation.
  5. Maintain all operating parameters to insure State of Maine Air Permit Compliance.
  6. Maintain all logs that are required by the State of Maine and the EHS department.

 

  1. Works in high noise area due to assigned operating equipment.
  2. May work weekends, holidays, irregular shifts, and perform stand-by duties due to nature of job and assigned manning.

 

SKILLS

  • Licensed by the Maine State Bureau of Labor, Division of Boiler Inspectors as a High Pressure Boiler Operator or higher, required.
  • Knowledge of power plant electrical control panels and switches, electrical pumps and motors, air compressor cooling systems, fuel and water storage, transfer and heating systems, equipments accessories, etc.  required.
  • Understands the bond room system and the roof top cooling towers that are used to supply chilled water to manufacturing processes.
  • Must be knowledgeable of boiler emergencies and shut down procedures in the event of casualties such as low water cut-out appliances malfunctions, etc.
  • Must be knowledgeable of steam generation principals, operations, and safety procedures.

 

ABILITIES

High school diploma or G.E.D. required.     Must be re certified every three years.  Physical capacity requirements for this position require the incumbent to be able to lift 35 lbs. frequently and 50 lbs. on occasion.  No supervision required as to the mechanics of the job.  Employee must have basic computer skills, and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.   May be required to perform other duties as required by supervision and follows instructions as directed.

 

 

 

 

      

FACTORS  STAGE    RATING BASIS                      
Training 5 85 High school education or equivalent training.
Experience 5 138 Average eighteen (18) months.  Includes one (1) year through two (2) years.
Judgment 4 68 Requires making the correct selection from a wide range of established procedures or adapting standard procedures to the work.  This may involve a degree of planning.
Responsibility for Equipment 4 20 Minor damage probability.
Responsibility for Waste 5     25 Exceedingly high.
Responsibility for Safety 4 20 Probability of accident is present to a substantial degree.
Responsibility for Customer Goodwill 1 5 Performance not directly related to customer goodwill.
Mental Application 3 30 The amount of expended mental effort is fairly high.
Physical Application 2 20 Average.
Working conditions 6 60 Unpleasant working conditions due to heat and noise.
472

Remarks:  G. Dagesse

 

Job Analyst:   J. Basile, J. Devlin, C. Kaler

 

 

 

 

General Dynamics OTS-Tooling Engineer/Supervisor

The Tooling Engineer / Supervisor will manage Tool Crib and Cutter Grind operations such as making metal cutting tooling recommendations and selections, supporting continuous improvement initiatives regarding tooling and tooling life, managing shop supplies and inventory, performing the management functions for assigned hourly personnel, including the preparation of the daily plan in support of Operations dispatch lists.  Must be able to make individual operator assignments and plan to have all operators assigned to duties at start of shift.  Primary responsibilities include:

  • Support Safety initiatives and implement corrective actions in support of a safe and injury free workplace.
  • Practice 6s, responsibility for housekeeping/safety issues, monitor quality, and follow up on corrective actions. Maintain a clean and safe department at all times.
  • Collaborate with all Supervisors to coordinate daily plans and utilization; and with Tooling Suppliers, Supply Chain, and Engineering to select the appropriate tooling.
  • Ability to direct and coordinate activities of others, and to take action when called upon to do so; demonstrate a sense of urgency
  • Prioritize and assign tasks in accordance with the needs of the Company
  • Inspire/influence the best efforts of subordinates in the accomplishment of identified goals; address the development needs of workforce
  • Systematically structure tasks, plans, and objectives and establish priorities/set goals as well as monitor the accomplishment of prescribed targets and goals
  • Build trust with workforce, and balance company needs and employee support in alignment with company policies and collective bargaining agreement.
  • Tracks and analyzes input/output of reground tooling to minimize the need for new tooling.
  • Using knowledge and experience, provide technical support to cutter grind employees, make recommendations to manufacturing engineering for continuous improvement and cost reductions, e.g., tool life improvements, best application, best price, etc.
  • Work with Program Management and Project Engineers to generate tooling cost and schedule estimates to support proposal efforts.
  • Work with procurement and vendors to ensure timely, cost effective procurement of tools.
  • Ability to collect and assess various data (e.g., inventory, requisitions, etc.) to effectively manage supplies and tooling.
  • Utilize labor management system and make labor adjustments as necessary
  • Budget responsibility for shop supplies and tooling.

PERSONAL SPECIFICATIONS

Basic Qualifications: [ONLY THOSE WHO MEET THE BASIC QUALIFICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED AN APPLICANT] e.g. years of experience, education, special skills, etc…

Minimum of four (4) years work experience in a floor supervisor position in manufacturing, with emphasis on the following skills:

  • Metal cutting tooling knowledge and experience, including tool wear, tool life, best application, best price, coatings, hardness, etc.
  • Ability to provide technical guidance to cutter grind employees and support manufacturing engineers with tooling needs.
  • Ability to prioritize and assign tasks, including follow up to completion.
  • Influencing skills, constructive communicator. Effective communication skills within various functions and all levels of the organization – written and oral.  Ability to communicate goals and objectives and address employee issues in a positive and constructive manner.
  • Moderate to high level computer skills required – ability to use Microsoft applications and inventory management systems, and efficiently collect and analyze data.
  • Basic knowledge of Lean Six Sigma principles.
  • Acts with integrity in all aspects of work, works collaboratively, meets commitments and supports continuous improvement.

 

General Dynamics OTS-OTS Inspector

JOB SUMMARY

 

The Inspector #2 position inspects and verifies the quality of the products produced, purchased, or packaged to the specified requirements. Analyzes inspection problems by comparing them with the appropriate documentation.   Assists all production and other cross-functional group personnel in evaluating issues they may have related to product quality. Duties include but are not limited to: in-process, receiving, packaging, and/or final inspections.  Follows established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions.

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Inspect sub-contracted and purchased components as required.  Complies with all accept or reject criteria and sampling frequency data.   Record quality control data such as, but not limited to the complete inspection reports, rejection notices, etc. and provides data to supervision.  Maintains daily records as required by Supervision.

 

Uses plate layout inspections and government supplied gages supplemented by company gages, which are controlled, calibrated, and recorded gages.

 

Perform inspections and surface plate layouts on products produced and/or purchased while using geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) specifications, and using precision measuring equipment and instruments.

 

Lays out part on surface plate or positions in gaging set-up to verify dimensions using precision measuring equipment and instruments.  May develop gaging set-up and surface plate layout procedures as required.  May convert from decimals to metrics and vice-versa.

 

Notifies supervision if an operation continues to run with an uncleared red tag condition.  Forward rejected material to MRB crib for evaluation and disposition.

 

Load parts on specified Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM) fixturing devices, initiate established measurement programs, perform start-up of the microprocessor and control cabinet when necessary, and operate CMM.

 

Practice safety and good housekeeping according to policies and procedures.   Must be capable of lifting up to 35 pounds on a regular basis.

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • No supervision required as to the mechanics of the job.  Employee must have basic computer skills to provide a foundation for departmental training, and enable the entry of inspection and processing information associated with the completion of inspection.  May be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.  Must be capable of performing all tasks and duties of Inspector #2 position.

 

  • All employees are expected to be in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.

 

  • May be required to perform other duties as required by supervision and follows instructions as directed.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Required:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. required.

Experience:

Required:

  • Employee must have basic computer skills, and may be required to enter and verify information into written forms or database(s) as appropriate.
  • Average forty-two (42) months. Includes three (3) years through four (4) years.

Required:

Knowledge:

·         Must be aware of temperature equalization between standard workpiece and instrument and thermal expansion effects of heat transfer from machining processes, minor temperature changes, etc.

·         Must be knowledgeable in the military standard for UID markings, and have the ability to verify UID, 2D Data Matrix Symbology,

  • Must be able to use appropriate precision measurement tools and understand the influence of cleanliness, rigidity, temperature, burrs, finish, air films, nicks, etc. that effect gaging and inspection tolerances.

 

Skills:

·         Reads and interprets blueprints, processes, directives, etc.

·         Interprets geometric characteristics and symbols and performs inspections on items to measure and record such as: flatness, straightness, circularity, cylindricity, symmetry, etc.

·         Uses, and maintains certification in, power pallet jacks to move material as needed.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

The amount of expended mental effort is fairly high..

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Manufacturing Environment: Well-lighted, may be heated and air-conditioned. May be exposed to noise, vibration, or atmospheric conditions.  Working conditions are normal.

 

NOTE

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.

 

 

 

FACTORS                                           STAGE RATING BASIS                      
Training 3 51 Requires ability to set and use range of ordinary precision measuring instruments and interpret ordinary mechanical drawings.
Experience 4 90 Average eighteen (18) months. Includes one (1) year through two (2) years.
Judgment 3 51 Requires the ability to make the correct selection from a wide range of established procedures or to adapt standard procedures to the work.  This may involve a degree of planning.
Responsibility

for equipment

2 10 Minor damage probability.
Responsibility

for waste

4 20 High spoilage probability.
Responsibility

for safety

1 5 Probability of accident is slight.
Responsibility

for customer goodwill

4 20 Specifications are such that caution is required constantly in order to preserve customer goodwill.
Mental application 3 30 Fairly high.
Physical Application 2 20  

Average.

 

Working Conditions 2 20  

Normal.

317

Remarks: M. Boucher, P. Smith, T. Smith

 

Job Analyst:  J. Basile, J. Devlin, C. Kaler, B. Sevigney

 

General Dynamics OTS-Operations Program Manager

JOB SUMMARY

 

Responsible for prioritizing production needs within assigned programs to meet both customer and Strategic Business Unit (SBU) needs. This includes working with Contracts, Program Management (PM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) from bid and proposal stage through execution and achievement of program goals. Goals include financial targets, Operations Planning / build plan attainment, delivery, inventory, and quality objectives.

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Responsibilities include:

Bid and Proposals:

  • Act as primary representative for Operations during the Bid and Proposal phase of the Business Cycle.
  • Coordinate, analyze, validate and integrate Operations input (direct and indirect) for bids and proposals. Ensure that budgets can be achieved and the resources (capacity, material, equipment, labor, lead-times and any cross functional efforts) are sufficient to achieve overall objectives.

Ensure Basis of Estimates (BOE’s) adequately supports proposed activities.

Contract Award and Review:

  • Upon contract receipt, prior to acceptance, assesses GDATP’s ability to perform to the quoted objectives and contractual requirements. Plan, coordinate and execute Production readiness reviews as required
  • Plan, prepare, issue and manage production schedules and coordinate with Material Integration to ensure a controlled flow of approved materials to meet production requirements on an ongoing basis.
  • Represent Operations in Program Management meetings. Communicate and flow down program specific information/ direction to Operations and keep Program Management abreast of all Operational activity and issues pertaining to their programs.
  • Actively monitor operations support to ensure adherence to the Build Plan and achieve program specific metrics. Work with Production to optimize use of resources (i.e. equipment, personnel, etc)
  • Lead   program meetings ( Cross functional ) to  status against plan, set priorities, ensure material supply, resolve issues, establish and monitor recovery plans when appropriate,  etc

Operational Build Plans:

  • Creates and maintains Operational and Build plans to ensure balanced, achievable and timely production in accordance with contractual obligations and in alignment with other programs.

Other:

  • Facilitates Make-Buy decisions to reduce cost and/or risk to the program or Production.

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Special projects and other duties as assigned.  Examples of these could include: lean projects, data discrepancy resolution, order rule definition or entry, coordination between functional areas or departments, additional reports as required to meet plant objectives and other support as required.
  • All employees are expected to be in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.

 

 

LEADERSHIP SCOPE

 

Decision Making Impact:

  • Senior Operations Program Manager must be able to detect problems before issues arise, they should possess strong leadership skills and have attention to detail.  They will have policy involvement, operations involvement, etc.

Scope Information:

  • Ability to lead people
  • No direct reports. Work is performed without appreciable direction. Exercises considerable latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignment.
  • Administers and executes policies and procedures that typically affect individual subordinate employees.
  • Monitors daily operations of a unit and actively assists, or provides direction to, subordinates as required.  May perform, especially in staff or professional groups, ongoing operational tasks of organizational units.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Operations Management, Supply Chain, Engineering) and/or equivalent experience.
  • APICS / CPIM Certification
  • Lean Manufacturing

Experience:

Required:

  • 8 or more years of applicable experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Ability to multitask while working in cross functional environment
  • Direct or Indirect supervisory experience – Minimum of 1 year
  • Experience with MRP/ERP systems

 

Preferred:

 

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Required:

  • Good written communication skills
  • Ability to gather, analyze, and summarize data to develop appropriate actions
  • Strong negotiating and interpersonal relations skills
  • Ability to follow processes and procedures and to direct others in doing so
  • Intermediate experience with MS Project
  • Excellent  PC Skills (MS Office Suite)
  • Ability to communicate with all levels of personnel
  • Knowledge of MRP planning System
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks / projects
  • Minimum of 1 year Experience with MRP/ERP Systems
  • .

Preferred:

  • Experience working in a DOD environment

 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

 

Sedentary – Lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, or otherwise moving objects, including the human body, weighing up to 10 pounds occasionally and/or a negligible amount of weight frequently. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve a significant walking or standing for brief periods of time. *May change based on job duties.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

Thinking, concentrating, learning,  frequent interruptions, ability to interact, active listening, self control, meeting deadlines, and/or working under stressful conditions, etc

* May change based on job duties.

 

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Primarily  Office environment (well-lighted, heated and air conditioned) and  Manufacturing  environment – well lighted, heated and conditioned- may be exposed to noise or atmospheric conditions

* May change based on job duties.

 

 

ADDENDUMS

 

Some travel required. Primarily between SBU locations.

 

General Dynamics OTS-Repair & Refurbishment Assembler Tech

JOB SUMMARY

 

Provides technical support to the Repair and Refurbishment area (e.g., the Returned Equipment assembly area and the “model shop”/R&D Lab areas), performing technical evaluation/assessments, disassembling, troubleshooting, repairing, and re-assembly of a wide array of customer returned equipment on warranty or overhaul / repair.

 

Ability to evaluate and perform R/R needs, including set up and use of conventional and NC machining equipment, such as, milling machines, lathes, surface grinders, cut off saws, etc.; reading blueprints; perform tracking and documentation; and set up and use of measurement equipment.

 

May interface with customer and must act and appear in a professional manner.

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Repair / Overhaul tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Disassembly of returned units, segregation of parts, assessment of part condition
  • Refurbishment, remanufacture, repair of select assemblies and components to new product specifications, or agreed upon acceptance criteria
  • Reassembly and test of various systems, to include mechanical and electrical tests
  • Documentation of conditions found and work performed in R/R
  • Tracking and documentation of customer owned equipment per approved policies and procedures
  • Under minimal supervision, capable of performing duties and is responsible for own performance within established expectations and guidelines.
  • Interfaces/communicates with various production personnel, manufacturing & quality engineers to establish specific requirements for each returned system.
  • Handles recordkeeping tasks associated with Repair & Refurbishment of customer owned equipment as required.
  • Issues processed equipment into stores and/or into the department.

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Special projects and other duties as assigned.
  • Responsible for training and upgrading the skills of other employees brought in to assist with R/R department duties.
  • Ensures proper maintenance of department equipment.
  • Work in a safe manner, following all applicable safety requirements, in support of a Safety minded work culture.
  • Actively seeks continuous improvement initiatives, keeps work area neat and clean, applying 6 S principles to work stations.
  • Expected to work in compliance with government and corporate laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures; including specific customer requirements.

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education, Training, and/or Certifications: 

Required:

  • High School diploma or equivalent GED
  • Associate or Technical degree in mechanical or machining and/or equivalent experience

 

Preferred:

  • Tooling / Modeling experience

 

Experience:

Required:

  • 4 or more years of applicable experience in Machining and advanced Assembly work, e.g., aircraft or structures related assembly work; including troubleshooting work.

 

Preferred:

  • 4 or more years in Tooling / model shop work

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Required:

Knowledge:

§   Highly skilled, versatile mechanic / troubleshooter technician.

§   Proficient in assessing assemblies/equipment to determine damage/repair needs; blueprint reading, set up / use of measurement tools.

 

Skills:

§   Ability to disassemble and reassemble complex mechanical assemblies with limited knowledge of the product.

§   Ability to understand customer requirements and track and document work accordingly.

 

Abilities:

  • Acts with integrity in all aspects of work, works collaboratively, and meets commitments.
  • Good communication skills – verbal and written; and the interpersonal skills to communicate equipment issues and effectively work with various functional groups.
  • Self-motivated and interested in learning new products, and advancing technical and analytical skills.
  • Organized and efficient; ability to manage time and work projects to achieve commitments.
  • Utilizes problem solving and analytical skills to resolve challenging repair work related problems
  • Confidentiality
  • May interface with customer and communicate and appear in a professional manner.
  • Computer skills: Word processor, spreadsheet, database, presentation, email, etc.

 

Preferred:

  • Tool making skills

 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

 

Medium – Exert up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs. of force constantly to move objects.

The physical capacity requirements for this position requires ability to lift 35 pounds frequently and 50 pounds on occasion.

*May change based on job duties.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS

 

Mental demands include but are not limited to critical thinking, concentrating, assessing, learning, ability to interact and communicate, active listening, disciplined documentation, meeting deadlines, and/or working under potentially stressful conditions (customer deadline/requirement), etc.

 

* May change based on job duties.

 

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

Work will be performed in various areas that are listed below:

  • Assembly Environment: Well-lighted, clean, some temperature controls

 

  • Manufacturing Environment: Well-lighted, heated. May work in environments with machining noise, vibration, cutting oils, or atmospheric conditions.

 

* May change based on job duties.

 

 

ADDENDUMS

 

 

 

NOTE

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.

 


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