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MPG Assembly and Machine Ops in Bluffton, Indiana

Description/Job Summary

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

  • Complete request form for raw materials and obtains Material Handler s assistance in obtaining material and putting them in place at the machine station.

  • Run first piece and obtain approval from department supervisor or Quality Associate.

  • As required, assemble/attach various parts such as gears, o-rings, snap rings, friction plates, pistons, rods in order to complete a finished part.

  • Operate machine to produce parts.Refer to specifications to determine frequency and method of product inspections.Refer to process sheet/blueprints for product specification details and use of gages.Make part inspections according to product specifications.

  • Make mechanical adjustments as necessary to keep parts within specifications.

  • Demonstrate ability to troubleshoot basic machine faults

  • Complete SPC charts and attribute chart (list of gauging and dimensions to be checked).

  • Follow directions as to product packaging requirements.

  • Complete process tag and place on each tub of materials.

  • Follow safety rules and keep work area in a clean and orderly condition.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • See above

EDUCATION / WORK EXPERIENCE

  • High school graduate or GED

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Continuous mental and visual attention to perform repetitive machine operations and measurements requiring constant alertness and activity.

Comfortable working in a cooperative, team oriented, fast paced environment.

Must be able to work around moving equipment such as a forklift, scrubbers, and sweepers within and around the work area.

Willing to accept responsibility and accountability for job performance.

Willingness to work on traditional and non-traditional shifts.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Moderate physical effort required to load and unload parts for machine operation, change tooling/fixtures, and handle tubs of parts.

  • Lifting parts or dunnage that may weigh up to 25 pounds.

  • 8 to 12 Hours walking/standing/repetitive lifting/bending/twisting of both body and parts with rotation for majority of shift.

  • Must be able to work on elevated work surfaces and climb steps or ladders.

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