Fabricator-Wirer

  • Location
    Cleveland, Ohio
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Salary
    $ 15 - $ 20 / Hour
  • Category
    Industrial & Manufacturing - Skilled Trades

Summary of Role:
Wire and/or modify panels and enclosures and mount components for complex electrical/electronic control systems, which may have extensive and involved circuitry and use numerous precision controls. These systems are usually custom-built one of a kind assembly where high quality workmanship, extreme care and accuracy are required to meet customer specifications.

SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Sectional Physical Assembly
•Create custom labels
•Unpack components and inspect, placing documentation in designated bin
•Build subassemblies
•Unpack / Remove mounting panel, and place on a horizontal work surface (unless working with non-removable exterior enclosure surface)
•Drill and cut mounting panel
•Fasten components to mounting panel
•Label devices (Place device ID labels on mounting panel near device)
•Add accessories to components

Individual Section Wiring
•Print wire labels
•Wire point to point per schematic, selecting the appropriate wire color and type, stripping both ends of wire, affixing wire label (consistent with shop standards) at both ends and terminating
•Perform wire tug test to verify that terminals are tightened properly

Integrated Physical Assembly
•Unpack and bolt together enclosure components
•Install sectional assembly into integrated assembly
•Cut / Drill metalwork as required
•Fabricate custom components (covers, guards, cables, etc.) using tools such as hydraulic shear, band saw, jig saw, drill press, belt sander, hand drill, hydraulic crimpers, hydraulic hole punch and soldering iron.

Integrated Wiring
•Follow wiring standards to complete circuits that run panel to panel, or panel to enclosure mounted devices
•Perform wire tug test to verify that terminals are tightened properly

Work Verification
•Perform point to point check at completion of the job, utilizing the drawings to verify correct assembly and wiring
•Perform wire tug test to verify that terminals are tightened properly
Repairs and Change Implementation
•Perform repairs and changes as discovered in Pre-Ship Test and Verification
•Perform repairs and changes as discovered in Final Inspection

SAFETY
•Attend quarterly department safety training
•Participate in Fire, Natural Disaster and Terrorist Response drills
•Complete annual on-line safety training
•Attend weekly safety toolbox meetings

ENVIRONMENTAL
•Dispose Universal Waste in the appropriate container stored in the Universal Waste area of the facility (batteries, used electronics, light bulbs, oil, oil soaked absorbents, pesticides, paint and instruments that contain mercury)
•Dispose of biohazards (clothing contaminated with blood or potentially infectious materials) per the EIA USA Cleveland Environmental procedures [only applies to employees with training in blood borne pathogens]
•Store all materials, finished or unfinished, inside the facility (no storage outside)
•Close all trash dumpster covers when not in use
•Repair personal vehicles that are leaking fluids
•Access Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) on any company computer before handling chemicals or product that contain chemicals


QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (QMS)
Preventative Action Request (PAR) and Corrective Action Request (CAR) Management
•Initiate a PAR when encountering a potential issue and a CAR when encountering a confirmed issue related either to internal work methods, non-conforming internally created product or the Quality Management System
•Forward all customer feedback (complaints and compliments) to the Customer Service Representative. Complaints should result in the Customer Service Representative initiating a CAR

Training
•Inform your supervisor of any training needed such that your knowledge and skills are adequate for creating goods and services that meet the customer’s expectations
•Seek assistance from Senior Fabricator (Wirer), Supervisor or Engineer when questions arise regarding the design (drawings or bill of material) to ensure the assembly is built as intended
•Obtain training on the proper use of all tools required to complete tasks
•Attend assigned training courses
•Demonstrate to your supervisor that the training was effective
•Document completed training in the employee training record and have your supervisor sign off on the training

Performance and Time
•Create measurable objectives that are in-line with the company’s goals as a means towards continual improvement
•Execute tasks related to your personal objectives
•Document time spent on all work tasks weekly and submit to your supervisor for approval
•Build assemblies within estimated times, avoiding distractions
•Build assemblies in accordance with the design documents, avoiding errors resulting in rework

Facility and Work Environment
•Inform your supervisor or General Manager of any maintenance required to the facility
•Maintain good standards of housekeeping within the work area, both in your work area and in general areas of the facility
•Return all tools and equipment to their designated locations after use
•Remove all waste materials or unnecessary documentation, tools or equipment from the work area
•Disable or tag any faulty equipment – report the faulty equipment to your supervisor
•Report any health and safety concerns / observations to your supervisor or the General Manager

Non-Conforming Product
•Identify non-conforming product (internally created or purchased from an outside supplier or sub-contractor)
•Quarantine and/or tag non-conforming product as a means of keeping the product from being delivered to the customer
•Report non-conforming product by informing your supervisor

In-Process Verification Tools
•Verify tools requiring calibration have been calibrated within the specified calibration interval for the given tool prior to each use
•Tag and remove from service all tools requiring calibration that have not been calibrated within the specified calibration interval
Product Realization
•Complete all sections of the Assembly & Wiring Checklist (FRM102) for each assembly built
•Utilize Job Traveler to document all project issues and issue status
•Handle Customer Property with care

DEMEANOR AND DISCIPLINE
•Maintain a positive attitude
•Be receptive and open to feedback
•Assist peers
•Consistently contribute to the workload, allowing the team to accomplish their goals
•Work independently, with nominal supervision and instruction
•Adhere to attendance expectations

CUSTOMER AND TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
Customers
•Interface with customers and guests during shop tours

Travel
•Not required under normal circumstances
•May be necessary for off-site training or special site visit circumstances

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Education and Qualifications

Essential
•Vocational or high school graduate plus equivalent training necessary to obtain a broad knowledge of electrical and related mechanical principals involved.


Experience

Essential
•2-5 years experience generally necessary to acquire the degree of skills and techniques involved knowledge of procedural methods and application and to become familiar with materials and equipment.


Languages
•English

Wire and/or modify panels and enclosures and mount components for complex electrical/electronic control systems, which may have extensive and involved circuitry and use numerous precision controls. These systems are usually custom-built one of a kind assembly where high quality workmanship, extreme care and accuracy are required to meet customer specifications. P

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