Position Summary: Assemble components of marine propulsion products. Install components to exacting specifications to help achieve a functional end product meeting high quality standards.
- Punctuality and daily attendance.
- Build Seven Marine subassemblies
- Ensure on-time delivery of critical assemblies, including transfer cases, transmissions, cowls and powerheads, as required, with zero defects to meet scheduled production goals.
- Close working relationship with production scheduling, PLEX team, inventory and procurement team and co-assembly workers
- Inspect materials for conformance to specifications.
- Keep work area clean, neat, and orderly.
- Demonstrate the ability to perform in a team environment.
- Housekeeping of areas other than immediate work station.
- Create positive working environment within a “Can Do” culture.
- Performs other duties, tasks, and responsibilities as assigned by management to support goals and objectives.
Skills and Knowledge Required:
- Must have basic math skills.
- Requires the ability to read, write, and follow instructions both written and spoken.
- Must be able to participate in a team-spirited atmosphere.
- An assembler must be able to bend to pick up parts weighing up to 60 lbs. (heavy-lifting jobs); 15 lbs. (all other jobs) and then turn around and assemble them to the product on a repetitive basis.
- Knowledge of engines and/or marine propulsion
- A full range of vision and hand/foot coordination is required to operate equipment.
- Basic welding and machining experience
- Basic computer and electronics proficiency
- Demonstrated time management skills
- Requires on-the-job training.
- Requires the ability to stand, walk, bend, and reach.
Education and Experience:
- High school graduate or equivalent required
- Demonstrated hands-on mechanical
Equipment Used and Working Environment:
- Both powered and manually-operated conveyor assemble lines, air-powered hand-held tools, multi-spindle fastener torqueing tools, bridge cranes, manipulators, special assembly fixtures, leak test equipment, quality checking tools, and special equipment to check the function of the product.
- The environment is fast paced, team oriented, well lighted, clean, temperature controlled, and sometimes hectic.
- Occasional exposure to fumes.
Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general level of work being performed by persons assigned to the classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel as classified. Printed copies may not be the most current.