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  • Location: Sugar Land, Fort Bend, Texas
  • Salary: 22-22 per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Industrial
  • Start Date: 2021-11-01
  • Job Ref: 21-23169

$22.00 p/hour
Contract position

Job Summary:
Performs tests, measurements, operations or process controls that are complex in nature. Conducts complex troubleshooting to correctly diagnose product, process, or program defects and repair them.

Direct Report: Team Leader-Production or Production Supervisor

Cross functional relationship: Maintains a close working relationship with Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain and Sustaining teams within the center.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
Key responsibilities:
• Troubleshoot and test complex mechanical and electronic systems
• Use and maintain automated test system utilities and production tools and equipment relevant to
technical operations (this includes all environmental testing equipment)
• Perform Visual quality checks and inspections of assembled systems.
• Provide leadership and teach peers and juniors skills related to the above
• Utilizes build documentation, procedures, tooling and/or processes as instructed. May develop or amend build documentation, procedures, tooling and/or processes.

Basic responsibilities:
• Accesses Engineering database and navigate to find the latest releases of drawings, specifications and assembly documentation as needed. Actively monitors for documentation that is out of date.
• Use oral and written communication, problem solving, decision making, and creativity techniques
to proactively improve manufacturing process quality and efficiency.
• Know use and function of job packets, routings, work orders, wire lists, quality travelers, and bills
of material.
• Has functional knowledge of automated business systems, electronic and mechanical equipment utilities relevant to assembly and testing operations, complies and ensures they are complete and correct as per location requirements
• Maintain production tools and equipment
• Understand basic acronym vocabulary meanings and tool names within the work location
• Know and utilize workmanship standards
• Ability to ensure quality and responsible for quality of work, actively pursue improvements and tooling needs.
• Take ownership of and supports Lean (example: 5S) improvements. Independently performs self-assessments.
• Wear PPE at all times and observe health, safety and environmental policies
• Successfully completes required safety training as per local requirements.

Employees may be assigned other duties in addition to or in lieu of those described above, and any duties are subject to change at any time according to the needs of the company.

Additional Job Details:Skills: • Ability to use all types of advanced measuring automated test and production equipment applicable to area • Possess test knowledge of most work group projects; possess and demonstrate proficiency in test Technique /procedure for cell projects • Must be skilled with electronics, hydraulics and/or mechanical assemblies, automated machine operation and/or programming • Knowledge of electronic components and ability to troubleshoot electronics boards to component level • Knowledge of mechanical and hydraulic assemblies and components, ability to assemble, disassemble and troubleshoot. • Have knowledge of drawings and schematics; component identification; wire-preparation, stripping, and crimping; harness repair and termination; use of all pertinent manual hand tools; basic manual high and low temperature soldering and rework techniques • Ability to understand and apply ESD protection techniques, rationale, and equipment; and other basic check equipment operation • Outstanding team working and communication skills. Able to lead small teams during specific tasks. Specific deliverables of the position: Testing of a product including preparation, testing and recording of results. Troubleshooting of product or equipment including investigation, recommendations and implementation of solutions
Education and Experience Education: Minimum high school or equivalency. Two year technical degree is preferred. Experience: 3+ years for High School 0+ years for technical degree

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