Production Line Worker - For 1st shiftThe minimum age is 21 Must be 21 to apply.Responsibilities: Include helping assemble boxes and break down boxes. Pushing Product lids down the assembly line. You will be working in an easy climate-controlled building.This position requires that you are willing to move from one task to the next. We are looking for team members who are willing to float between different entry-level tasks without any pushback.Monday - FridayHiring for first shift: Hours: 7:00 AM - 3:15 PMLocation: Memphis, TN 38141Paid weekly every FridayTasks: work as a teamMonitor lineSort broken down boxes to the proper areaAssemble boxesPushing Product lids down the assembly line.READ BELOW BEFORE APPLYINGThe minimum age is 21 Must be 21 to apply.Our team members are hired for the long-term and are proud of the work that we do for our clients. Substandard performance and laziness are not accepted by the team since it forces others to work harder. Same with attendance, where team members are hurt when someone doesn't show.If you are looking for a company that has these values, please submit your resume and we look forward to talking with you. If you change jobs frequently or are looking for an easy job, this is not the place to apply!Job Types: Full-time, Part-timePay: $14.00 per hourBenefits:Flexible scheduleHealth insuranceSchedule:8 hour shiftMonday to FridaySupplemental Pay:Bonus pay
Glassdoor Inc. • Memphis, U.S.
Job BriefYamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. For over 37 years, has manufactured high quality rotationally molded plastic products for national and international markets with parts for the recreational marine, industrial, agricultural, waste, lawn and garden, medical and others.Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. The Assembler will support secondary operations. Main responsibilities include trimming, assembly, and testing of product received from the presses, ensuring all product is packed according to Yamaha-Kracor quality standards.Specific duties include, but are not limited to:Demonstrate support of the Yamaha-Kracor Vision and Culture through verbal and physical actions of the Yamaha-Kracor Heritage, Traditions, Shared Values, Process Elements, Traits and Behaviors.Responsible for Safety, Quality, Production Efficiency and Continuous Improvements in production.Actively work to minimize Quality Returns, Quality Holds, and Powder Loss.Accurately read, understand and follow production schedule and set-up sheets.Accurately complete daily production paperwork and press documentationInspect parts and products for potential defects or suspicious qualityPackage parts at pressPromote and enforce a tour-ready safe work environment, every day.Ensure proper operation of all molds by checking clamps, plugs and parting lines per each rotation.Partner with all shifts ensuring effective communication is established and shift hand-offs are proactive in nature.Work as a Team MemberAuthority to shutdown machines for repairs, quality, or safety concerns.Build knowledge and skill base as an Operator in training.May be required to perform other tasks as needed.Requirements:Tools: Hand tool experience, such as drilling, wrenching, and using a hand routerCommunication:Verbal: Expresses self clearly and effectively when talking/listening to individuals and groups.Reading: Must be able to understand written English language.Cooperation: Works well with and Positively supports others.Flexibility: Positively reacts to a constantly changing environment.Independence: Takes actions based on personal convictions. Does not rely solely on the opinions of others. Interdependence: Participates well as both Employee and Team Member.Integrity: Maintains the normal standards of ethics, conduct and organizational policies in job-related activities.Interpersonal Relationships: Maintains effective relationships with others.Learning ability: Has the ability and desire to learn new information.Above average problem solving skillsDriven by one’s own need to succeedSix months factory experience preferred, but not required.
Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Milwaukee, U.S.
Automation and Controls Engineer - SiemensLocation: Hyannis, MA 02601 Founded over 60 years ago, and still innovating to this day, we are a leading provider of unique end-to-end automated solutions for the packaging and management of our client's products. Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Design automation controls systems including power distribution, SCCR requirements, digital and analogue I/O requirements, and motion control systemsProgram PLCs, HMIs, and Motion systemsDevelop knowledge of customer application requirements and propose equipment controls design to satisfy those requirements.Complete design, test and implementation of industrial automation systems.Prepare necessary documentation including wiring schematics, assembly drawings, bills of material and panel machining drawings.Interface with Manufacturing to ensure equipment conforms to engineering design and customer specification.Participate, in conjunction with sales staff, in sales presentations o or the prospect's location as required.Maintain complete and accurate records of all relevant information, by project.Adhere to all safety and standard operating procedures.Assist with the operation of manual documentation as it relates to the controls.Perform Safety Risk Assessment and design control system in accordance with resultsEducation and Experience: 5+ years' experience in implementing, optimizing and validating controls systems including PLC's and data acquisition systems.Machine safety system designDegree in Electrical Engineering or related discipline.AutoCAD experienceSiemens TIA Portal (V16 or higher)1516 cpuET200 distruibuted IOProfinet communicationSafety PLCServo Drive(Sinamics S120)Commissioning and Control from PLCHMI DevelopmentComfort panelTIA Portal programmingHMI Scripting of PLC to HMI communicationsRecipe HandlingBase Salary: 85-105k negotiable depending on experience + strong benefits + pto
Craft Recruiting • Providence, U.S.
Pour l’un de nos clients, entreprise internationale leader dans le domaine de l’automation, nous recherchons un Ingénieur Constructeur. Vos Missions:Réalisation de projets clients en collaboration avec le Chef de ProjetsEtudes, construction et détails des stations de nos lignes d’assemblageCréation de nomenclatures, réalisation de schémas pneumatiquesSuivi et mise au point des lignes d’assemblage lors de la phase de montageContacts avec les clients et les fournisseursParticipation à la validation de lignes d’assemblage (normes FDA) Votre profil:Ingénieur ET en mécanique (ou formation jugée équivalente)Minimum 3 à 5 ans d’expérience pratique et confirmée en construction mécaniqueExpérience dans le secteur des machines de montage (un avantage)Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais indispensable. Bonnes connaissances de l’allemand et/ou de l’italien (un avantage)Créatif et intéressé par les challengesDisponible pour voyager occasionnellement
Approach People Recruitment • Neuchâtel, Switzerland
The Electro Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of mechanical components into sub-assemblies and finished assemblies. Work performed includes soldering utilizing a microscope, hand assembly, use of power tools, laser systems, and other assembly equipment. This superstar also works hand in hand with Engineering to assist in new product development and product transition to routine manufacturing. Essential Functions: 1.Assembles assigned product parts on assembly line in accordance with production guidelines. 2.Performs first inspection(s) of product to ensure adherence to approved quality standards. 3.Assists in developing and implementing operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and improve product quality. 4.Provides technical guidance’s to engineering on assembly process and tuning methods. 5.Provides technical guidance for correction of design flaws. 6.Provide guidance and training with the following positions: Assembler I, Assembler II 7.Adheres to established company policies and procedures, paying special attention to safety regulations. 8.Assists with the transition of new products to full rate production by working with Engineering to assemble prototypes, support the development of validation of assembly process, tooling, fixtures in accordance with NPID process.
Careerbuilder • Fremont, U.S.
JOB DESCRIPTIONEntreprise familiale spécialisée dans la prestation industrielle complète, intégrée, flexible, et innovante dans la fourniture de composants et sous-ensemble métalliques. Nous recherchons un(e) Dessinateur(trice) Bureau d’Etude pour notre atelier situé dans la baie de Somme (80)Votre objectif : Participer à l’étude de faisabilité du projet de sa validation jusqu’à la production. Pour y parvenir vos responsabilités seront :Concevoir les produits (cotation fonctionnelle, chaine de côtes, mise en plan)Concevoir les outillages (matriçage, découpage, outillage, usinage, polissage, assemblage)Ecoute des besoins clients pour communiquer les aspects techniquesPiloter la résolution des problèmes techniques et recherche de solutions. Doté d’une formation en conception et production industrielle (bac +2), vous disposez d’une première expérience de dessinateur bureau d’étude.Vous êtes à l’aise avec la création et la lecture de plans/schémas techniques et vous maitrisez la conception assistée par ordinateur, le prototypage et les techniques de procédés d’usinage.Vous êtes rigoureux, adaptables à différents environnements de travail et aimez le travail de groupe. Les plus :Un poste en CDI Un package attractif composé d’un fixe négociable en fonction de l’expérience, de tickets restaurant, une mutuelle couvrant toute la famille, une prime de participation et intéressement, une prime vacances.Des perspectives d’évolution dans une entreprise en constante évolutionDes horaires de journée de lundi à vendredi midi.
Approach People Recruitment • Le Crotoy, France
Seeking a talented Electrical Assembly Technician / Mechanical Assembly ! This is a long-term 1st shift opportunity. $500 Sign-On Bonus! Electrical Assembly Technician / Mechanical Assembly Responsibilities: Perform all operations related to the production of electronic productsPerform mechanical assembly of final assemblies and sub-assembliesSolder wires and other electronic components into printed circuit boardsPerform assembly operations or inspectionPerform intermediate assembly tasksElectrical Assembly Technician / Mechanical Assembly Qualifications:Ability to read blueprintsSoldering/electrical assembly experienceGood job tenureWillingness to learnFlexibility and ability to work OT when needed
Careerbuilder • Harrison, U.S.
JOB DESCRIPTIONWe are a billion-dollar supplier and manufacturer of Life Science equipment that is experiencing tremendous growth both internally and through acquisition. As such, we are expanding our manufacturing operations. We make a line of medical supplies used by laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. We are looking for someone with a strong background in Polymer Process Engineering to be part of a new product development group. You will scale up and validate plastic forming processes used to manufacture new products. You will served as a subject matter expert and oversee work in our lab. 3 Awesome reasons to work here :Premier global manufacturing company making a difference in people's livesMultiple paths for career advancementGreat benefits package What you will be doing Support development of new products and drive the development processes for plastic forming processes (primarily injection molding) and secondary processes.Identify and provide plans to mitigate risksPlan and carry out experiments, provide data analysis to define new process parameters and control limits through use of rigorous statistical methodsDevelop resolution to complex technical problems and execute solutions within developed timelines. Research, identify, and propose best in class solutions.Lead design reviews for processes developedInterface with outside vendors that provide materials or services for assigned projects.Ensure Intellectual Property management process is followed, and any intellectual property developed as part of a project is properly documented. What you need for this Position :Bachelor's degree in Polymer Science, Plastics, Extrusion Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering or related5+ years of Plastics Engineering experiencePolymer Process Development experience with a focus on going from customer needs to marketed solutionProficient in injection molding process development including the use of scientific injection moldingWorking knowledge of statistical software such as MinitabExperience with secondary process techniques (Example: plastic part assembly methods) We'd be really excited if you have some of these additional skills and experiences:Experience with CAD drafting (Solidworks)Experience with stage gate process following ISO 9001 or ISO 13485, cGMP, Design ControlsExperience with disposable polymer products used in Life Science What's in it for you: This is a position designed for you to use your Injection Molding expertise, lead projects and quickly advance your career within the company through multiple possible career paths. In addition to a competitive salary ($90 - $125K) we offer a complete benefits package including pension, 401K, and medical benefits.
Craft Recruiting • Biddeford, U.S.
The Agricultural Engineer with Animal Health International partners with our sales team in providing automation solutions in feed manufacturing to our new and existing customers. The Agricultural Engineer will develop automation solutions for customer feedmill operations, design and implement dispensing equipment solutions, and provide technical support for systems installed in customer facilities. This position will be responsible for supporting AHI dispensing equipment manufacturing and installation projects at customer sites.The Agricultural Engineer will support AHI business goals through partnering with our sales team and customers in providing automation solutions for feed manufacturing. The Agricultural Engineer will also develop processes for feed mill operations, design and support dispensing systems, and provide technical support service to our customers.Essential FunctionsEquipment Design and ManufacturingResponsible for developing hardware and control solutions for dispensing products.Develop and maintain efficient equipment assembly and test procedures in manufacturing.Create mechanical and electrical drawings using Solidworks.Research, design, and implement improvements to existing and new equipment/control processes.Test and verify accurate machine operation with new products. Work directly with manufactures on new products.Feed Mill ProjectsResponsible for developing automation processes and control solutions for beef and dairy feed mill operations.Provide technical support and consulting to customers on feed batching and mill operation.Develop batcher and mill operational specifications for control system development.Provide on-site support for installation and support of control solution projects.Coordinate with contractors on mill changes. Manage control system install projects.Service SupportProvide on-site support to Field Service Technicians and customers to maintain proper operation of equipment.Train personnel in all technical aspects of the equipment operation: trouble-shooting, service requirements, etc.Proficiency in ration calculations and data entry procedures.FDAApply FDA GMP’s to process and equipment design for beef and dairy operations.Support and train personnel in FDA regulations and procedures.Perform required assays and other testing as directed by FDA regulations and/or company policies and procedures.Working ConditionsPhysical Demand:Lifting or carryingOccasional or frequent moderate physical activityUp to 50 poundsSitting or standingContinuous moderate or occasional heavy physical activityClimbingContinuous moderate or occasional heavy physical activityStoop, bend, or crawlContinuous moderate or occasional heavy physical activityEnvironment Factors:Feedlot and Dairy customer environmentExtreme hot/cold temperaturesHigh voltageDirt or dustFumesSmokeLoud noisesHazardous chemicalsHazardous machineryTravel and On-Call:This position requires moderate travel (50%) in a national area. For this position being on-call is required.Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent experience.• 3-5 years of mechanical/electrical experience.• Mechanical/electrical design and drafting abilities using Solidworks software.• Proven ability in process design and automation systems development.• Proven ability in process analysis, problem solving, and implementing solutions in a production environment.• Extensive experience in weighing systems, PLC systems, motor drives (frequency/DC), and other industrial automation devices.• Demonstrated success in prioritizing and time-management.• Oral or written communication skills.• Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.• Proficiency with office productivity tools such as Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Preferred Qualifications:• Bachelor's Degree in Electro/Mechanical Engineering• Feed mill operation with steam flaking of grain• Agricultural work experience in the beef and dairy industries• Hardware and control system design
Careerbuilder • Greeley, U.S.
We are looking for a qualified wood shop person with experience in measuring and cutting wood. Must be able to read a tape measure and use a table saw. Will also need to know how to use a nail gun. Resolve assembly and production issuesPerform assembly on parts assembly line process for light industrial manufacturingPerform production packing and assembly work for a warehouse or production companyOperate designated assembly/packaging equipmentInterpret assembly drawings to perform basic assembly operationsExceeding quality and production standardsPrepare and clean assembly area prior to production setupAssemble parts into complete assemblyDepending upon how similar previous work experience isSet up assembly for productionMaintain quality and/or production standardsSearching for a production associateParticipate as an active member of the production assembly team and assemble productsInspect product to verify production specificationsCompleting production and quality formsMaintain required quality and production levelsOperate filler and production linePerform light assembly of productsCoordinate all production and non-production activities to meet production, quality, and safety goals (KPI)Monitor quality of parts used in the assembly process
Careerbuilder • Chicago, u.s.
We are looking for a skilled and experienced Manufacturing Engineer who will be responsible for designing, fabricating, machining components, and building (finished) machines and to successfully integrate them seamlessly (to enhance) the manufacturing process. The salary range will start at $100,000 per year and will increase based on the following: • Designs and builds custom machines that processes steel coils that get fed into tool and dies that perform the function of bending, stamping, forming, punching, and clinching. • Ability to incorporate and program 6 axis robots into our custom machines. • Takes drawings to machining to tooling machine assembly, and finally produce finished parts. • Ability to machine and program parts using: manual toolroom machinery as well as CNC mills, Lathes, Grinders, and etc. • Evaluate manufacturing processes by designing and conducting research programs; applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials conferring with equipment vendors; soliciting observations from operators. • Ability to perform basic machine programing for PLCs • Ability to program stepper motors to perform the needed function in moving material. • Improve manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements, and equipment layout. • Keep equipment operational by coordinating maintenance and repair services; following manufacturer’s instructions and establish procedures; requesting special service. • Complete design and develop projects by training and guiding technicians and other engineers. • Evaluate existing manufacturing processes and workflows to identify areas that could benefit from changes and improvements. Our best engineers have this in common:• Bachelor’s degree in engineering with coursework in metal manufacturing process• Working knowledge of pneumatic and Hydraulic systems as applied to machinery development.• Ten to fifteen years’ experience with SolidWorks 2012 or later• A working knowledge of plastic injection molding machinery methods.• Experience in the creation of robotic work cells• Working knowledge of ANSI Y14.5-2009 and MIL-STD-100 standards and practices• Advanced understanding of motors and motor controls• Demonstrated ability to make good, data driven decisions quickly• Self-confidence to tackle both internal and external issues which affect project objectives• An uncompromising commitment towards achieving goal targets• Demonstrated ability to create detailed action items and follow up•Excellent written and oral communication skills•Presentation skills•Demonstrated technical expertise in new product development or sustaining existing products•Recognition as a technical subject matter expert in the product(s) overseen•Perform complex interference fit checks, motion studies, and tolerance stack-up analysis (GD&T) on medium assemblies.•Work with cross-functional teams to ensure project completion.
Careerbuilder • Temecula, U.S.