COPY - Production Helper


New Lisbon, WI 53950
United States

Category
Industry
Manufacturing
Manages Others
No
Degree Required
No
Security Clearance Required
No
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time
Travel
No Travel

Job Description
I. Overview of Position:
Under close supervision perform a variety of tasks to assist other employees in completion of their duties.

II. Description of Duties/Responsibilities:
•Receives work assignments from Shop Supervisor and discusses job to minimize questions about what is to be done.
•Ability to learn how to operate welding equipment and related equipment to perform weld procedures, which ensure proper weld size, weld penetration, fit-up and appearance.
•Uses devices (jigs) to maintain correct positioning.
•Ability to learn methods of grinding welds, deburr rough metal, produce various finishes on metal.
•Performs rework as required to ensure completeness and compliance with established specifications.
•Coordinates with other employees to ensue needed materials are in the work area.
•May occasionally assist in performance of field service work.
•Uses hand tools as required.
•Follows established safety procedures and policies at all times.
•Maintains clean, orderly work area to minimize safety hazards.
•Informs Lead person/or Supervisor of questions or problems with welding operations or related equipment as quickly as possible.
•Performs other duties as apparent or assigned.
•Demonstrates ability to work in a cooperative manner with others.
•Performs other duties as apparent or assigned.


Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Job Requirements
IV: Physical Requirements:
•Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally, 25 regularly.
•Ability to operate powered, vibrating tools for extended periods.
•Ability to stand, carry, crawl, kneel, bend, climb, sit for extended periods in combination up to ten hours per day. This includes awkward positions inside and outside tank and vessels.
-Ability to work with arms extended overhead, using tools.
•Ability to correctly fit and wear hearing, eye and respiratory protection devices, where required.
•Ability to use arms and hands in repetitive motions for extended periods.
•Natural or corrected eyesight to be able to read blueprints, documents and to do work.