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Assembler - Regulator - Team C - 3rd Shift

Waukesha, Wisconsin
Manufacturing & Operations

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Job Description

Eaton Power Systems in Waukesha, WI has an opening for an Assembler - Regulator - Team C - 3rd Shift located at the Badger site.

 

PRIMARY FUNCTION

The assembler is responsible for the production of all types of Regulators in a continuous flow environment to meet the agreed upon customer requirements. This position will be responsible for the painting, final assembly, control box assembly, back panel assembly, service assembly, building of bypass modules, and crating of all types of regulators.  Responsible for being able to perform all of the various job functions as described in the job description at an acceptable level of efficiency and Quality. All team members must follow standard work and 6S while performing their work.

 

Operators must be willing to do all jobs for which they are trained within the work cell at any time, complete all needed repairs, and assist all other team members as needed to meet Takt time of Regulators through the continuous flow line.



TYPICAL DUTIES

1. Painter Helper

a. Sands, cleans, masks, and is in training to paint all small parts, Transformer tanks, and Regulator units and associated fabricated components which require final finishing per OPS and quality standards.

b. Responsible for the preparation and hanging of units on to the Regulator paint line per safety standards. A visual inspection of the previous operation for defects is required. 

c. Assembles J-Box cover and installs prior to paint.

d. Responsible for the proper preparation of all surfaces to be sprayed.  This includes bare metal areas and the proper sanding, feather edging of previously painted surfaces.

e. Responsible to ensure the unit needed to be painted is washed per the quality specification.

f. Unloads the unit and load on either the outgoing conveyor or a transportation pallet.

2. Wet Spray Painter:

a. Sands, cleans, masks, and paints all Transformer tanks and/or Regulator units and associated fabricated components which require final finishing.

b. Responsible for the proper preparation of all surfaces to be sprayed.  This includes bare metal areas and the proper sanding, feather edging of previously painted surfaces. 

c. Masked all bushings and associated parts that require no painting to prevent paint from being applied.

d. Must be able to make minor adjustments to spray equipment. Must be able to perform the TPM functions of the spray painting equipment. 

e. Paints all required product per OPS and quality standards in the Final Finish Regulators Booth before final inspection. 

f. Completes a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects.

g. Changes filters and maintains cleanliness of spray booth and associated floor areas on a scheduled basis.

3. Final Assembly Station #1:

a. The assembler performs a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects per OPS and quality standards.

b. Operator is responsible for assembly of top half of regulator including unmasking of bushings and applications of decals.

c. Job duties include installation of various equipment and hardware.

4. Final assembly station #2:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects per OPS and quality standards.

b. Finishes all installation of equipment and hardware per OPS and quality standards.

c. Mounts control box and makes connection to unit.

d. Job duties include installation of various equipment and hardware.

5. Shipping pallet assembler/ palletize:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects per OPS and quality standards.

b. Job duties include assembling of pallets per OPS and quality standards.

c. Crane completed regulator to pallet and affix.

d. Move completed unit to inspection station.

6. Control Box Assembler: 

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of components used at this station.

b. Assembles all required components per the OPS and specified drawings into the main control box, including multi-phase control box assemblies.

c. Tests control box using PLC program and makes any necessary adjustments and corrections in order to complete the test per engineering requirements.

7. Back panel Assembler:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of components used at this station.

b. The Assembler must be able to build the back panel, auxiliary panel, and different communication board assemblies for regulator controls which includes making the wiring harness as required per the OPS. 

8. Service Assembler:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of components used at this station.

b. Build sub-assemblies per OPS and quality standards to be delivered to other areas of the continuous flow process.

c. Build and fulfill requirements needed to reacy customer. Work closely with engineering, quality, and shipping department to ensure product is completed and shipped on time.

d. The team member must be able to assemble small components and do hand soldering.

9. Finished stock modification assembler:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects.

b. Job duties include removal and installation of various components per OPS to meet customer specifications.

10. Pad Regulator final Assembler:

a. The assembler must perform a visual inspection of the previous operation for defects.

b. Job duties include installing of various equipment and hardware per the OPS, off the normal production line.

11. Field return/ Repair assembler:

a. The assembler will make repair on units and components that have failed test, are defective, or require other needed changes.

b. The assembler will participate in teardown, repair and modification of customer supplied equipment as directed by the engineering or quality departments.


Qualifications

Basic Qualifications

·         -Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship.

·         -No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area (50 miles) of the work location will be considered.

·         -Must have a high school diploma or GED from an accredited institution.

·         -Must be able to understand shop specifications

We make what matters work. Everywhere you look—from the technology and machinery that surrounds us, to the critical services and infrastructure that we depend on every day—you’ll find one thing in common. It all relies on power. That’s why Eaton is dedicated to improving people’s lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Because this is what matters. We are confident we can deliver on this promise because of the attributes that our employees embody. We’re ethical, passionate, accountable, efficient, transparent and we’re committed to learning. These values enable us to tackle some of the toughest challenges on the planet, never losing sight of what matters.

Job: Manufacturing & Operations

Region: North America – US/Puerto Rico
Organization: ESSG CPSD PDD Power Delivery Division

Job Level: Entry Level
Schedule: Full-time
Does this position offer relocation?: No
Travel: No

Requisition ID: 052707