Company: Johnson Controls
Location: Norman, Oklahoma
Posted: October 11, 2017
Reference ID: 150583
Performs a variety of operations such as mounting, posting, and aligning parts, setting up equipment for testing, and maintaining production records to assemble comfort units to specifications.
Check for and obtain required tools, equipment, and parts as needed. Notify trucker/supervisor/scheduler/lead person of part shortages/outages per instruction and as they occur. Work from blue prints and verbal instructions from Supervisor. Mount, align, position, and assemble a variety of parts/components, such as frames, compressors, fans assemblies, control boxes, coils, panels, motors, nuts, bolts, rivets, adhesives, etc., to completely assemble comfort units. Perform other operations to resolve assembly problems including basic visual inspection of various parts/components, verifying their conformance to specifications within the span of normal unit flow and timing as instructed by the Supervisor. Place completed piece-parts/materials/assembles and/or units in lay down area or on conveyor for subsequent operations using a conveyor or manually move units as required. Perform a variety of packaging operations necessary to pack comfort units/parts for shipment. Enclose with required tags, instructions, warranties, etc., and seal with packaging tools. Perform simple repair and/or rework to piece-parts and units such as changing wires, minor straightening or aligning of sheet metal, minor touch-up of surface deformations and finish defects, drilling or reaming of holes, replacing defective electrical or electro-mechanical components, combing damaged fins in coils, and similar repair duties performed within the span of normal unit flow and timing as instructed by Supervisor. Apply identification labels to piece-parts, cartons or crates to identify the material both by part number and quantity. Perform basic housekeeping functions of sweeping, straightening, etc., to assure a work area of a neat/orderly/clean/productive atmosphere. Perform any and all other department duties as assigned by Supervisor.
To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
High school diploma or equivalent. Ability to read and interpret blueprints. Use of decimals, fractions and scales. Ability to use pneumatic tools safely and correctly. On job training.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Very repetitive work, continuous standing, pushing, pulling, lifting, and carry of heavy and/or bulk part required. Weight amounts may vary from 5 pounds to 50 pounds, any amount over 50 pounds requires physical or mechanical help. Arm strength and coordination required for use of pneumatic tools. Repetitive motion of hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. Ability to raise arms above chest level and overhead. Rotating of upper body to lift and position parts on units or conveyor line. Continuous visual and some close mental attention to details involved in assembling unit to blueprint specifications.