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.
We are a smart appliance manufacturer with a history of innovation dating back 50 years. We design, manufacture, and sell over 15, 000 products. You will find our products in the White House the Guggenheim Museum and a multitude of hotels, restaurants, retail stores, homes, conference facilities, educational facilities, hospitals, museums, and public spaces. Our smart products save our customers over $1 billion per year in energy costs. Innovative design is the core of everything we do. Our Mechanical Design team is made up of some of the smartest engineers in industry. We are looking for a Mechanical Designer to work on our consumer electronic, energy control and lighting control products. In addition to designing and validating mechanical designs, you will mentor and coach junior engineers and colleagues. We will assist a great engineer with relocation to Austin, TX where you can enjoy and afford a robust selection of nightlife, entertainment, arts, and outdoor activities. 3 Awesome reasons to work here:Work for a Global leader where you can work on cutting edge productsYou will have a high degree of autonomy and quickly be given a lot of responsibilityExcellent benefits including excellent, low-cost insurance, PTO, 401K and profit sharing What you will be doing We will rely on you to create prototypes of electromechanical products that are produced in high-volume. Focusing on aesthetics, UI and function, you will collaborate with industrial designers to make and iterate prototypes. Other responsibilities include:Identify opportunities for quality improvement and cost reductionCreate 3D models of new mechanical components and assembliesComplete mechanical engineering analyses of components and assemblies: FEA, Tolerance Analysis, DFM, FMEALearn/develop your skills in Finite Element Analysis to use on complex assemblies and to examine loading conditionsSource prototype components using 3D printers, our in-house machine shop and/or external vendorsUse visual renderings, rapid prototypes and machined parts to converge and define product architecture and specs across team members from various disciplinesRapidly iterate through the design process to arrive at solutions that meets cost, quality and delivery objectivesSource and quality production toolingTroubleshoot customer and manufacturing issuesDesign and develop injection molded plastic parts including design in Creo, detailed tolerance analysis, finite element analysis in ANSYS and conduct reviews with mold companies What you need for this Position:Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related with a GPA of 3.0+At least 3 years of mechanical design experience in industryThorough knowledge of mechanical engineering fundamentalsProficiency with 3D CAD SoftwareHands on experience with parts manufacturing processes such as plastic injection molding and sheet metal fabrication We'd be really excited if you have one or more of the following:Pro-EFEAAdvanced DegreeHeat Transfer Principles What's in it for you: In addition to a competitive salary ($90 - $120K) and full benefits, you will have the opportunity to have a major impact developing products used in homes and businesses worldwide. You will be mentored by an excellent engineering team and have the opportunity to rotate among programs to fully develop your design manufacturing skills. Our market leadership position and history of growth will provide you with excellent opportunities for advancement.
Craft Recruiting • Austin, U.S.
In this position you will be working in the manufacturing facility. You will be performing tasks as directed by the supervisor. You will operate general manufacturing machinery such as brake press, punch press, drill, banding machine as well as use basic mechanical tools and measurement instruments. Physical demand of the job: � Standing, � Walking, � Bending, � Lifting moderate weight above your waist.You will be expected to work in accordance with GMP (good manufacturing practices) and WSIB regulations. Observe and maintain product quality and safety standards.
Alliance Employment Services • Toronto, Canada