The hydraulics technician is responsible for the disassembly, cleaning, inspection, assembly and testing of the remanufacturing of hydraulic units.
- Responsible for the visual and quantifiable inspection of the final result of their process.
- Perform complex, routine and non-routine close tolerance assembly and testing of hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders or their components. While following stringent work procedures.
- Participate in and support the principle of Open Book Management and recognize the responsibilities of being a part owner of the company.
- Setup (calibration) of precision tools and test equipment.
- Clean and organize area daily being extremely detail oriented.
- Must use various air and electric hand tools.
- Meticulous tracking of critical data.
- Crucial attention to detail.
- Responsible for the disassembly, cleaning, inspection, assembly and testing of the hydraulic pumps, motors, and cylinders per current processes.
- Must communicate with the Safety department to ensure all safety and OSHA 1910 standards are followed
- Must communicate with the Quality department to ensure all ISO standards are followed
- Must communicate with the Production Supervisor and Scheduler to determine priorities.
- Must communicate with Production Supervisor to request replacement components.
- Must communicate with R&D for future product improvements.
Requirements (including minimum education & years of experience):
- Minimum GED or High School diploma
- Knowledge of quality procedures, processes, and work instructions
- Ability to use various hand tools and measurement devices such as: Calipers, micrometer, profilometer, electronic microscope, digital torque wrench, etc.
- Must have a positive attitude. Must be able to read MSDS sheet. Overtime
- Time management and organizational skills. Attention to details. Ability to work overtime and weekends
- Excellent tracking skills with critical data. Excellent communication skills. Excellent computer skills
- Higher level math skills, i.e., decimals, fractions and statistics
- Walking, standing, stooping, bending, lifting, reaching. Prior hydraulic production experience is a plus.
- requiring hours of service that would average at least 30 hours of service per week
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This is a full time position