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Manufacturing Mechanic IV  

1. Changeover, adjust, maintain and operate equipment throughout the plant. Maintain continual close observation of equipment processing to ensure optimum equipment operation and quality production with minimum shrinkage. Lessen time required to change over machine and perform preventive maintenance.
2. Changeover equipment to produce desired types and make any mechanical and/or control adjustments necessary to effect quality production in strict accordance with specifications. Perform a wide variety of delicate, precise and interrelated adjustments (including device timing as applicable) throughout various stages of processing. Adjust station devices such as cutters, formers, swagers, welders, sensors, orientors, ejectors, etc. Align and adjust transfer mechanisms. Adjust pick up devices, feeds, positioners, linkages, sprockets, straighteners, slack detectors, guides, tractor, etc. Make any necessary control settings or adjustments and other adjustments necessary to effect proper processing. Perform frequent processing checks based on own or checks of others and readjust to effect proper product quality.
3. Perform preventative maintenance and periodic operation checks on assigned equipment as instructed.
4. Diagnose, determine and correct causes of product deficiencies and equipment malfunctions by adjustment, repair and/or replacement of worn, broken or otherwise malfunctioning or defective parts and devices. Replace mechanical and/or plug-in electrical devices such as: cutters, forming tools, electrodes, sensor, heads, microswitches; station devices, assemblies and parts thereof; solenoids, valves, air cylinders, sprockets, chains, shear pins, springs, chain links, bushings, cams, followers, linkages, arms, levers, shafts, bearings, gears, motors, etc. Rebuild solenoids, regulators, air cylinders, etc. from kits, reface electrodes using belt sander. Change gear oil, clean and lubricate equipment as scheduled or instructed. Assist mechanical maintenance in major repairs and overhauls. Keep supervision informed of equipment condition at all times.
5. Train manufacturing mechanics I, II and III to perform above tasks. Direct operators as changing conditions warrant to maintain scheduled production of desired types within established quality and shrinkage limits.
6. Demonstrate the ability to read and follow the schedule.
7. Demonstrate the ability to use Maintenance software as needed.
8. Suggest methods to improve machinery, lessen downtime, improve first pass yields and improve SAP maintenance plan for area of responsibility.
9. Maintain required records relative to repairs, parts replacement and other data pertinent to equipment performance and maintenance. Perform related work such as obtain and return supplies, maintain proper spare parts inventories, required material handling, assist to move equipment, etc. Load materials to/from equipment. Perform all other related work as assigned.
10. Perform each phase of the operation in full compliance with all company, state, and/or federal safety and environmental regulations.
11. Perform and assume full responsibility for his/her work and service to assure it fully meets the internal and external customer requirements and expectations.
12. Notify designated personnel of any irregularities in materials, process, or equipment.
13. Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of assigned area(s) and observe company policies at all times.


Basic qualifications:
High School diploma (or GED) and typically 5-7 years mfg. experience. Basic computer skills. Proficient in basic English, math, equipment operation. Satisfactory score on SRA mechanical test and Standard Timing Device Test (do nothing machine) test.
LocationManchester, NH
CountryUnited States of America
Employment AgencyOSRAM Sylvania
Posted Date05/24/2011 22:24:23
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