Horton, Inc.

Production Positions: Assembler, machine operator, parts washer, teardown

US-SD-Britton
8 months ago
ID
2017-1754
# of Openings
1

Overview

Parts Washer:  

Washes parts to remove coolant, oil or other material, that would interfere with painting or other production operations. Maintain correct inventories through data entered in the business system. Put away parts. Follows written instructions.

                 

Assembler: 

Assembles parts per drawings and bills of material, follows written instructions, inspects components, paints, tests, packages and transports fan clutches and subassemblies to finished goods area.

 

Machine Operator:

Loads materials and castings into machines and operates machine tools to produce finished parts that conform to proper dimensions per part drawings, inspecting work and performing basic setting/adjusting of the machine to maintain products within specified tolerances.  Follows written instructions.

 

Teardown: 

Transports core to storage and tear down area. Cleans and disassembles (tears down) core to meet production requirements.  Identifies and inspects components for damage and usability.  Sorts based on part family. 

Responsibilities

Parts Washer:

Uses a parts washer to de-grease metal parts.  Records quantities of parts in productivity software and delivers loaded baskets to the stock room area or other designated area and places in proper location.  Puts parts away in designated locations.   Ensures parts are labeled correctly.  Exhibits and performs basic personal computer functions in various software systems.

 

Assembler:

Assembles fan clutch units using new parts. Paints product. Packages and prepares units/piece parts for shipment to customers. Assembles subassemblies to be packed with finished units. 

Exhibits and performs basic personal computer functions in various software systems.  Reworks units which fail to pass quality control checks.

Provides training in work methods, procedures, and work instructions to employees and temporary workers.

 

Machine Operator:

Operates one or more machine tools to produce high quality parts in an efficient and safe manner.  Changes tool offsets and tooling inserts in order to achieve the proper dimensions of

finished parts, seeking assistance from experienced machinists when working with unfamiliar machines or more difficult set-ups.  Exhibits and performs basic personal computer functions

in various software systems.  Performs daily and weekly routine machine maintenance in a manner which conserves resources and keeps the machines as productive as possible.

Moves between work stations in order to learn new machine operations and to provide flexibility in meeting production needs. Occasionally demonstrates procedures to new employees or

machinists who are learning a new machine, making certain that proper operating and safety precautions are communicated.  Provides training in work methods, procedures, and work

instructions to employees.

 

Teardown:Staging of core.  Wet blast.  Disassemble and wash.  Final inspection.  Exhibits and performs basic personal computer functions.

Qualifications

 

Parts Washer:  High School Diploma or GED highly desired. 

Basic business system, communication, basic computer, basic math, material handling, parts washing, TS System overview.

 

Assembler:  High School Diploma or GED highly desired. 

Assembly skills, basic blueprint reading (assembly and sales drawings), basic business system, communication and team work skills, general computer, basic inspection and measurement, basic math, basic packing and painting skills, material handling, TS overview.

 

Machine Operator:  High School Diploma or GED highly desired. 

Basic blueprint reading, intermediate blueprint reading, basic business system, communication, basic computer, basic and intermediate inspection and measurement, basic machine operating, basic math, material handling, TS system overview, statistical process control.

 

Teardown:  High School Diploma or GED highly desired. 

Disassembly skills, communication and team work skills, material handling, 6S, Basic assembly skills. Basic computer skills.

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