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Assembler A - First Shift

POSITION SUMMARY

Use various machines, air tools, and hand tools to insert hardware into sheet metal components. May include assembling piece parts into larger assemblies, and working in an assembly line meeting production schedules and quality requirements. May perform similar and additional duties in Royse Assembly. May Assist Assembly Lead in training of less experienced employees.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Efficient, accurate assembly of materials and parts per customer specifications utilizing department associated equipment such as Milford Rivet machines, Pop-Rivet guns, and assorted hand tools.
  • Count parts going out of the assembly area to ensure accuracy. Perform physical inventory of assembly area by counting parts.
  • Correctly package parts to reduce damage during shipment. Ensure proper paperwork accompanies all jobs by checking part numbers and revisions.
  • Work with the Quality department to assure all parts are being run to specification.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all company safety rules and regulations, quality standards and processes. Provide suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified.
  • Perform periodic housekeeping in the dept., and cleaning of machines to ensure efficient operation.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED) required, or equivalent work experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment.
  • 2 or more years experience performing Hardware Assembly functions required.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Departmental training as required.
SKILLS
  • Ability to read and understand all instructions given by supervisor.
  • Possesses strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Can read simple to complex blueprints.
  • Good communication and training skills.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily

Deburr Operator A - First Shift

POSITION SUMMARY

Remove rough edges and clean metal parts according to highest quality standards.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Deburr metal parts eliminating sharp edges using vibratory deburr (Autosander, stationary grinding wheel, hand grinder, etc.). Clean and dry parts from stamp using solvents. Sling oil out of chips using chip slinger.
  • Count parts in Deburr to help verify correct quantities throughout manufacturing operations.
  • Responsible to know, follow, and enforce all company safety rules and regulations, quality standards and processes. Provide suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified.
  • May assist Department Lead with training new employees on various procedures and operations.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Follow all safety guidelines at all times
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management
  • Help in other departments as needed
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED), or equivalent work experience.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Other Departmental Training as required
SKILLS
  • Ability to read and follow all instructions.
  • Fill out required paperwork.
  • Ability to read blueprints a plus
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 100lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily

Protective equipment including safety glasses, dust masks, and aprons must be worn at all times while working in the Deburr area.


Brake Operator A - Second Shift

POSITION SUMMARY

Run / bend parts on brake press to meet blueprint specifications, keeping up with production schedules and meeting quality requirements. Set-up procedures on simple to moderately complex part runs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Bend parts utilizing brake equipment, assuring quality and productivity.
  • Spot-check quality of work by periodically using measuring equipment and visual inspection.
  • May begin to learn set-up procedures on simple to moderately complex parts.
  • Keep up with traveler and paperwork flow by logging number of parts run to specification.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all safety rules and regulations. Provide suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified.
  • Follow all safety rules and remain safety conscious at all times.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED), or equivalent work experience required.
  • 2 or more years experience as brake press operator required; Amada R-G 80 and Amada FAB III 8025 experience preferred.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • CNC Programming
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Departmental training as required
SKILLS
  • Ability to understand and follow all instructions given.
  • Fill out required paperwork.
  • Familiarity with reading / interpreting blueprints.
  • Advanced knowledge of brake press operations.
  • Familiarity with the use dial calipers, square and various measuring equipment.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily

Welder A - Second Shift

POSITION SUMMARY

Set-up and run production welding equipment (Mig and Tig), keeping up with production schedules and meeting quality requirements.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Be able to run Mig and Tig equipment for welding sheet metal components, assuring quality and productivity.
  • Reads and interprets blue prints of part components, and performs precision layout / set-up of components for welding.
  • Keep up with traveler and paperwork flow by logging correct number of parts run to specifications.
  • May assist Weld Lead in the training and Qualification of less experienced welders.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all Company and Safety rules and regulations, providing suggestions for improvement to quality and safety as they are identified.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent work experience required.
  • Welding Certification(s) preferred.
  • At least 2 years experience in Mig and Tig welding in a manufacturing environment required.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Forklift Certification
  • Mig and Tig Welding Qualifications
  • Departmental Training as Required
SKILLS
  • Familiar with a wide variety of welding equipment.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in both Mig and Tig welding.
  • Proficiency in reading and interpreting blueprints.
  • Ability to understand and follow all instructions given.
  • Possess good interpersonal, communication, and training skills.
  • Ability to effectively use and read precision measuring instruments (calipers, micrometers, etc.).
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 100lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily

Operation of machinery in this department requires the use of proper PPE and Safety Procedures.


Hardware A- Second Shift

POSITION SUMMARY

Use various machines, air tools, and hand tools to insert hardware into sheet metal components. May include assembling piece parts into larger assemblies, and working in an assembly line meeting production schedules and quality requirements. May perform similar and additional duties in Royse Assembly. May Assist Assembly Lead in training of less experienced employees.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Efficient, accurate assembly of materials and parts per customer specifications utilizing department associated equipment such as Milford Rivet machines, Pop-Rivet guns, and assorted hand tools.
  • Count parts going out of the assembly area to ensure accuracy. Perform physical inventory of assembly area by counting parts.
  • Correctly package parts to reduce damage during shipment. Ensure proper paperwork accompanies all jobs by checking part numbers and revisions.
  • Work with the Quality department to assure all parts are being run to specification.
  • Perform periodic housekeeping in the dept., and cleaning of machines to ensure efficient operation.
  • In the Royse Department, may also perform the following tasks: Perform touch-up work on units or piece parts; Run leak tests on tanks; Perform final inspection on units shipped to customers; Pack and wrap cabinets and piece parts for shipment.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED) required, or equivalent work experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment.
  • 2 or more years experience performing Hardware Assembly functions required.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Departmental training as required.
SKILLS
  • Ability to read and understand all instructions given by supervisor.
  • Possesses strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Good communication and training skills.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily

Manufacturing Engineer/Programmer

Are you ready for a new challenge?

Our philosophy of success: “Everyone cares & we care for everyone! “

Humanetics is a Precision Sheet Metal Manufacturing Company looking for a Manufacturing Engineer/Programmer to join our team!

POSITION SUMMARY

Assist in the planning, development and implementation of the manufacturing processes of product through the shop. Works with Customers, Account Managers, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Process Engineering and other Manufacturing Engineers to ensure all particular part manufacturing processes are sound and communicated to all relevant sources.

Essential Job Functions
  • Takes ownership of the manufacturability of parts within his assigned customer group.
  • Assists in the creation, control and maintenance of all engineering related documentation.
  • Communicates both verbally and in writing the needs and requirements of the customer to all internal personnel requiring that information.
  • Assists in determining the need for tooling and fixtures.
  • Assists in reviewing and evaluating prints or CAD models for manufacturability within the current capabilities of the company.
  • Assists in the development and debugging of the technical manufacturing processes of product being built. This includes working with Process Engineering to record, both through pictures and written instructions, the manufacturing process.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all safety rules and regulations. Provides suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified
  • Acts as a mentor to any and all Manufacturing Engineer I personnel.
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering or related field or equivalent combined education/experience.
  • Minimum 4 years of precision metal fabricating or related field and 2 years as a Manufacturing Engineer I. Strong “hands-on” experience of any shop related manufacturing activity with some mix of customer contact, estimating, router building, tooling or fixture design or quality.
  • Proficient in CAD, Pro-E, Solid Works and/or CREO.
  • Proficient in AMADA AP-100
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and analytical skills.
  • Able to read and interpret simple to complex blue prints.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to train and direct employees with a wide variety of experience.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to read and follow all work instructions.
  • Must have strong working knowledge of manufacturing quality and safety procedures.
  • Ability to travel 10% of the time.
  • Bilingual, English/Spanish is a plus.

Humanetics celebrates an inclusive environment and provides equal opportunity for development and advancement. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, status as a covered veteran or uniform service member, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and/or local law.

Please send your resume to Rosa Berry

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