Communicate with peers, area supervisor and area engineer to ensure a quality product and internal/external Customer satisfaction.
Perform scrap and time card entries at the end of each shift.
Read and use routing sheets, ATS specifications, and assembly/test instructions and booklets to properly assemble and test hydraulic motors. Use routing sheets, operating instructions, and surface appearance templates to properly assemble gerolers/geroters. Troubleshoot issues.
Properly select, assemble and identify characteristics of parts involving the pressing bearings, fitting and alignment of shafts, seating seals, spacers, and retainers.
Visually inspect parts for defects and adjust/align parts for proper fit as needed.
Properly use and maintain all gauging and assembly equipment.
Perform supportive maintenance duties.
Perform cell housekeeping duties on each shift along with provisional standards meeting 5-S requirements.
Perform tasks as necessary to meet other ELS requirements, i.e. set-up reduction, CFM, error proofing, etc.
Perform procedures necessary to ensure compliance with the Eaton Safety Process and ensure the personal safety of the incumbent including eye safety, hearing conservation, machine safety guards, ergonomic movement, lock out/tag out, SDS procedures, and OHSA regulations.
Assist in maintaining an atmosphere of continuous improvement and team efforts for accomplishing departmental and plant goals.
Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
Meet standards as communicated by supervisor.
A high school diploma or G.E.D
One of the following
A minimum of 6 months manufacturing or repair experience in similar production environment
Completed Vocational School training, which includes comparable experience.
Demonstrate basic computer data entry skills.
Ability to read, understand and effectively apply information contained in all applicable documents
Ability and willingness to work overtime, weekends and any shift as needed, in a teamwork environment