Final Prep Assembly-2nd shift
4755 Ameritech Dr South Bend, Indiana 46628
- Competitive compensation
- Medical, dental and vision insurance from date of hire
- Life, AD &D, Long-term disability insurance, provided at no cost
- Paid vacation, sick leave and holidays
- 401K with company match
- Bonus plan and other incentives
Title: Koontz-Wagner Custom Controls PH Final Prep Assembler Exempt Status: Non-exempt
Summary: This position is responsible for working as part of a team completing the final assembly of sheet metal control house buildings using a variety of hand and power tools. It requires knowledge of the whole final assembly process to enable each team member to rotate through all or most tasks rather than being assigned to a specific task on a permanent basis.
- Rotate through all the tasks required using power tools such as caulk guns, rivet guns, drills, and grinders
- Operate heavy equipment such as forklifts and overhead cranes.
- Determine project requirements, including scope, assembly sequences, and required methods and materials, according to blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
- Lay out, measure, and mark dimensions and reference lines on material, such as roofing panels, according to drawings or templates, using calculators, squares, and measuring tapes.
- Fasten door hardware together with bolts, rivets, caulks, and metal drive clips to assemble components into product.
- Check product for quality defects and remedy issues as needed.
- Touch up paint as required using a brush or roller.
- Sand areas and re-paint as needed.
- Hang doors on buildings
- Caulk seams
- Position and affix cover plates.
- Sweep and wipe down building to prepare for delivery.
- Hang plywood over openings
- Sweep and organize work areas.
- Knowledge of machines and tools, including their uses, repair, and maintenance.
- Knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the construction or repair of sheet metal structures.
- Ability to interpret blue prints and drawings.
- Mathematical skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions and using a tape measure.
Supervisory Responsibility: No
- Ability to effectively interact and communicate with individuals at all organizational levels.
- Ability to conduct self in a respectful and appropriate manner.
- Ability to safely perform tasks and produce a quality product in an efficient and productive manner to meet schedule.
- Ability to reason and apply principles of logic to a wide range of factors when monitoring and working on jobs.
- Being reliable, responsible and dependable
- Being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.
- Ability to work independently without constant supervision.
- Willing to take on responsibilities and challenges.
- Ability to work in a heavy manufacturing environment requiring awkward stances and positions such as stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching for periods of time throughout an 8 to 10 hour day.
- Ability to stand and walk for majority of 8 to 10 hour day, bend, lift and carry product, equipment and tools up to 70 pounds throughout the day; push or pull product up to 100 pounds several times per shift, basis; use hand tools up to 20 pounds over extended periods of time
- Must be able to work from 20’ ladders.
Education, Training & Certification: High school graduate or GED
Experience: Must have experience in a manufacturing or construction environment, preferably using hand and power tools. Previous supervisory experience a plus.
This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform. All employees of Global Power and subsidiaries are expected to perform tasks as assigned by supervisory/management personnel, regardless of job title or routine job duties.
Global Power and its subsidiaries provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. Further, the company takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and employees are treated during employment without regard to any of these characteristics