Primary function:
Performs routine and non-routine production duties by following written processes and control plans to disassemble and kit a complete engine or their components.

  • The value added by this operator is necessary for subsequent operations to accomplish their goals and objectives established for total customer satisfaction.
  • Key contributor to material consumption and salvage success.

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the visual and quantifiable inspection of the final result of their process.
  • Perform routine and non-routine disassembly and inspection of engines or their components. While following stringent disassembly procedures.
  • Participate in and support the principles of Open Book Management.
  • Create engine kits during the disassembly/inspection process.
  • Clean and organize area daily, being extremely detail oriented.
  • Must use various air tools, electric hand tools and various gauges.
  • Meticulous tracking of critical data.
  • Crucial attention to detail.
  • Responsible for cleaning, disassembly, inspection and kitting of engine components, per current processes.
  • Determines and directs salvageable parts, UAI parts and non-usable components in conjunction with control plans and work instructions.
 Job specifications
  • Safety – Must be safety minded for both self and co-workers.
  • Quality – Must be decisive in producing the best quality product for the consumer.
  • Delivery – Focus on meeting and exceeding the schedule for customer demand.

  • Team Leader and Scheduler to determine priorities , Maintain visual signal boards
  • Requests for components and packing material will be communicated with warehouse and Team Leader.
  • Communication will also be directed toward R&D for future product improvements.
  • 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

Requirements (including minimum education & years of experience):
  • Minimum High School diploma or GED,  AAS Diesel Technology program is preferred.
  • Required engine assembly/disassembly and inspection experience.
  • Knowledge of quality procedures, processes, and work instructions.
  • Ability to use various hand tools and measurement devices such as: calipers, micrometers, digital torque wrench.
  • Must have positive attitude, Time management and organizational skills, Excellent tracking skills with critical data.
  • Excellent communication skills, Some computer skills, Attention to detail.
  • Ability to read MSDS sheets and read BOM, Ability to add and subtract decimals. Overtime
  • Requiring hours of service that would average at least 30 hours of service per week
  • Walking, standing, stooping, bending, lifting, reaching
Please feel free to apply to as many positions as you are interested in.

This is a full time position

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