Production Technicians are responsible for building and servicing the equipment used in the day to day operations for MICRO. Some of the equipment include but not limited to pumps, electrical control boxes, AC/DC motors, specialty cables and power panels. Production Technicians need to be mechanical inclined for his/her job. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Qualifications: EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Assemble and test equipment either for sale to the customer or internal use for testing or prototyping.
- Follow detailed instruction as outlined in physical drawing and manufacturing policies and procedures.
- Troubleshoot and repair equipment used in the production process.
- Rebuild and wire AC and DC motors for specific assembly.
- Build and refurbish pumps.
- General wiring from diagrams
- Calibrate and maintain any test equipment used in the process.
- Follow company procedures for returned goods and other defective material.
- Assist engineering or development personnel in the testing of prototype products.
- Responsible for maintaining and recording inventory.
- Follow all safety procedures.
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisory personnel.
High School diploma or equivalent is desired. Knowledge of electrical wiring as well as 240/120 3 phase and single phase power including transformers is preferred. Experience with use of power tools, volt meters, reading electrical diagrams and following instructions. Must be mechanically inclined. Adequate mobility to continually walk and stand; pull from various shelf heights; and ability to lift up to 35 to 50 lbs regularly. Must be able to read and understand English, have number recognition skills, and good hand/eye coordination. Good customer service skills and a sense of urgency are required. Computer knowledge is helpful.
MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Locates, understand and interprets written information in order to perform tasks; learns from reading text by determining the main idea or essential message; identifies all relevant details, facts and specifications; infers or finds out the meaning of unknown words and/or technical terms.Arithmetic:
Performs basic computations; uses basic numerical concepts in practical situations; can perform arithmetic computations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) without a calculator.
: Makes effort to seek others' input; willingly collaborates and cooperates with others in the organization; develops effective working relationships with key associates.
Is customer oriented, sensitive and responsive to customer needs and priorities; establishes effective working relationships with customers and gains their respect and loyalty; identifies and takes appropriate action on customer needs.
: Views change or problems as an opportunity to grow professionally and to develop new and better ways to do things; adjusts readily to alterations in routine; copes effectively with changes in scope or type of work.
: Pursues commitments and action plans until the desired objective is achieved or is no longer reasonably attainable; strives to achieve organizational and individual performance goals; willingly expends extra effort when necessary to get the job done.
Sense of Urgency
: Demonstrates the ability to respond quickly to changes in day-to-day operations as it relates to department priorities.
: Recognizes that a problem exists (i.e., that there is a discrepancy between what is and what should be); identifies possible reasons for the discrepancy and devises and implements a plan of action to resolve it.
: Makes efforts to seek others' input; encourages the expression of ideas and differing viewpoints; actively listens to communication from all sources; uses appropriate skills to confirm the speaker's message.