The basic function of the Gearing Technician is to perform the necessary tasks, including operating integrated production cells, auto gaging, auto load/unload via robot and CNC equipment to support the production of gearing components.
The Gearing Technicians have the responsibility and authority to:
- Use precision measuring instruments such as calipers, dial indicators, and micrometers to determine adherence of product characteristics to prescribed specifications.
- Read, comprehend, and execute written instructions;to position, pre-assemble and stage components as required for Carrier Components.
- To determine the dimensional characteristics of the product being produced and control the process as prescribed by the control plan. Ensure operation of machinery is performed in accordance with established procedures, for the safety of the individual, and all employees.
- Be able to operate and adjust manufacturing equipment including making fixture and tooling changes.
- Operate a fork truck safely.
- Initiate action to prevent the occurrence of any product non-conformances and minimize process interruptions due to product, process, and quality systems, including appropriate reaction to faults and alarms caused by CNC machines, robots, gaging systems, and general process automation systems.
- Identify and record any product, process, and quality system problems.
- Initiate, recommend, or provide solutions through designated channels.
- Verify the implementation of solutions.
- Control further processing, delivery, or installation of nonconforming product until the deficiency or unsatisfactory condition has been corrected as defined by applicable procedures and/or delegation of the area manufacturing manager.
- Perform rework and repair operations on nonconforming material.
- Perform preventative maintenance to all equipment.
- Perform safety and housekeeping duties to ensure a safe working environment.
- Participate actively in the team to achieve team goals.
- Setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and calculating compensation requirements.
- Use MDI to manually operate the CNC control.
- Understand single block operations when proving part programs.
- Maintains specifications by observing lathe and mill operations including drilling, grooving, turning, facing, and threading operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; troubleshooting processes; adjusting controls; replacing worn tools; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes.
- Must have two years industrial experience, in any of the following: a metal working, welding, machining background with lathes, mills, and surface, O.D., I.D. grinders, and/or training in machining, in addition to experience operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine.
- Must be able to use precision measuring instruments such as; snap gages, height gages, and micrometers.
- Must understand and be able to use basic math, fractions, basic algebra, decimals, and metrics.
- Must be able to read, understand, and use MIG sheets.
$15.97 - $20.37 hourly
Meritor is a global leader in providing innovative drivetrain mobility and braking solutions for original equipment (OE) manufacturers of trucks, trailers, and specialty vehicles, as well as the related aftermarkets in the transportation and industrial sectors.