Machine Operator II- Sentry Cell Welder - 2nd Shift 8/27/2016

Tyco Fire and Security Marinette, WI

Company
Tyco Fire and Security
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
1615218
AJE Ref #
575995356
Location
Marinette, WI
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular

JOB DESCRIPTION

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STATEMENT OF JOB

"Shell Welding" operators set up, operate, monitor and maintain the equipment as well as the parts manufactured on the equipment.

Equipment:

1. "Weld Cells" each consisting of a collar welder, bottom press, and bottom welder

2. Material Handling System

3. McLeod Washer

This position requires Associates placed in the position to successfully complete specific training. These training requirements can be located on the Marinette Operations Training Matrix.



SAFETY OBLIGATIONS

Comply with the following health and safety duties as a condition of employment:

Comply with safety rules

Attend and Participate in Safety Training

Participate actively in the safety process

Report all accidents and injuries immediately

Submit suggestions to improve safety

Know their duties in case of emergency

Be a coach to others who are acting unsafely



ENVIRONMENTAL OBLIGATIONS

Comply with the following environmental duties as a condition of employment:

Attend and participate in all hazardous and non-hazardous waste trainings.

Ability to recognize chemical hazardous labels.

Spill management and clean-up.

Capability to follow satellite accumulation rules and requirements.

Proficiency to recognize hazardous wastes in your area and manage properly.





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QUALIFICATIONS

Must be willing to learn team skills and work in a team environment. (Each associate must be willing to commit 50-100 hours of training per year, this training will include quality, technical, and interpersonal skills and will be paid time.) Daily routine requires being on your feet 100% of the time, walking, standing, stooping or bending. Must have ability to lift average (approximately 50 pounds) weight material, product and tools. Must have the ability to keep track of a variety of functions at the same time. Knowledge of arc welding and machine shop training as one might get from a trade school is preferred.



DUTIES

Collar Welder

1. Loads welder w/shell and collar (and starts auto cycle).

2. Unloads welded shell.

3. Monitors controls of welder (temp, cycle time, amp's-volts).

4. Maintains equipment (changes wire spools, adjusts weld heads, performs required Preventive Maintenance, etc.).

5. Changes over equipment for various size shells.

6. Inspects weld and records results per First Article Instructions and/or Work Instructions if required, makes appropriate system adjustments as a result of the inspection process.

Bottom Press

7. Loads bottom press w/shell and bottom (and starts cycle).

8. Unloads bottom press.

9. Monitors equipment to insure that it is functioning properly.

10. Maintains equipment (performs required Preventive Maintenance, etc.) and tooling.

11. Changes over equipment for various size shells.

12. Inspects shell and records results per First Article Instructions and/or Work Instructions if required, makes appropriate system adjustments as a result of the inspection process.

Bottom Welder

13. Loads welder w/shell (and starts cycle-auto).

14. Unloads welded shell to conveyor.

15. Monitors controls of welder (cycle time, amps).

16. Maintains equipment (changes wire spools, adjusts weld heads, performs required Preventive Maintenance, etc.)

17. Changes over equipment for various size shells.

18. Inspects weld and records results per First Article Instructions and/or Work Instructions if required, makes appropriate system adjustments as a result of the inspection process.

Material Handling System (Elevator)

19. Manually palletizes the shells in the event of a Material Handling equipment breakdown.

20. Changes over equipment for various size shells.

21. Maintains equipment (adjusts photo eye's, performs required Preventive Maintenance, etc.).

22. Inspects shells for scratches and records results per First Article Instructions and/or work Instructions if required, makes appropriate system adjustments as a result of inspection process.

23. Performs housekeeping and other duties as assigned.

McLeod Washer

24. Monitors equipment (water temp., belt speed, etc.)

25. Maintains equipment (performs titration's, adds chemical, performs required Preventative Maintenance, etc.) per Work Instructions.

26. Changes over equipment for various size shells.

27. Inspects shells and records results per First Article Instructions and/or work instructions if required, makes appropriate system adjustments as a result of the inspection process.

28. Manually loads/unloads shells (into/out of washer) in the event of a Material Handling equipment breakdown.