Cobalt Packaging Machinery Job Opportunities
Packaging Machinery Assembly - Entry Level and Experienced Positions Available
Compensation based upon experience
- Accurately assemble machines to order for stock from assembly drawings, bill of materials, sketches.
- Test assembled machines to assure proper function. Correct functional problems to complete machine.
- Suggest in writing changes in machinery to improve function, reduce costs, improve ease of assembly, or improve ease of operator use.
- Identify errors in parts, drawings, and bill of materials. Accurately report them in writing.
- Maintain schedule and notify when schedule changes are necessary.
- Meet company guidelines for attendance.
- Meet company outlined job performance for this job.
- Maintain safe and clean work area.
- Work safe by using common sense and written safety guidelines.
- Maintain personal tool set for on job use.
- Must be able to read engineering drawings (both assembly and detail), identify finished parts to match drawings, understand use of bill of materials.
- Assembles machinery to customer specifications using order acknowledgment, bill of materials and drawings.
- Must understand the following:
- The proper handling, use and assembly of various components such as motors, clutches, torque devices, gear boxes, bearings, sprockets, belts, chains, gears, etc.
- The proper fit for various items such as shafts/bearings, slides, bushings, keyway/key, etc.
- The proper use and function of pneumatic components such as cylinders, valves, tubing/fittings, plumbing techniques.
- Assembly techniques for efficient use of time.
- Proper finish and quality as required by Sales Department.
- Upon assembly completion will assist in the testing and debugging of machinery
- Must understand the following:
- The engineering principles used for function of the machinery assembled.
- Techniques for belt tracking, chain tensioning, gear backlash, and other drive tolerance considerations.
- Handling techniques for packages used on machinery assembled.
- Includes understanding of Tape-Heads, Timing Belts, Flow Controls, etc
- Conveying techniques for packages used on our machinery
- Other mechanical techniques used on our machinery
- Identify cost saving improvements in manufactured parts, machinery assembly, or machine testing.
- Identify functional improvements to improve machinery performance.
- Identify functional improvements to improve ease of operator use of machinery
- Identify drawing, bill of material or manufacturing errors and notify Engineering.
- Use efficient assembly and sub-assembly techniques including:
- Identify before time of use, fasteners, fittings, etc. required for assembly
- Identify errors in parts requiring plating, anodizing, painting, etc. before time of use.
- Review sequential technique prior to start to assure speedy assembly.
- Review bill of materials -vs- parts in loaded bin to minimize missing parts
- Review order acknowledgment to assure proper machine hand, options.
- Notify manufacturing of changes in schedule based on daily assembly milestones
- By exception, may be required to do infield service as back-up to field service representative. Includes overnight travel.
- May be required to manufacture some parts using saws, drills and hand Tools
- Use of Mills, lathes, drill press, micrometer, height guage, etc. helpful
- Must be able to read and understand detail drawings and understand tolerances, dimensions, etc.
- May be required to check parts for accuracy
- Must be capable of determining squareness of frames and other parts
- By exception, may be required to pick up parts (including use of personal vehicle)
- From time to time may be required to perform assigned tasks that are not identified in this job description.