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PARKER HANNIFIN CORPORATION Cell Technician - 2nd shift in Mentor, Ohio

Cell Technician - 2nd shift Location: MENTOR, OH, United States Job Family : Manufacturing Job Type : Regular Posted : Apr 8, 2024 Job ID: 48092 Back to Search Results Job Description Apply Now > Save Job Job Saved The Cell Technician is responsible for performing a variety of simple to complex assembly and test functions with minimum supervision. This position operates the required testing equipment to ensure readings and recorded values are accurate and meet all specifications. A Cell Technician utilizes all necessary gages and other measuring equipment to ensure that final assemblies meet the customer specifications and other dimensional requirements. The following established procedures and responsibilities may include: Perform a variety of approved assembly techniques. Read, interpret, and understand assembly drawings, procedures and instructions. Operate required test equipment and verify the calibration of such equipment. Conduct test audits. Perform routine maintenance on equipment and tooling as required and directed. Make necessary adjustments to correct irregular and/or non-confirming assemblies. Works closely with supervision and other team members to ensure that production requirements are met and appropriate tooling and hardware is available. Assist and/or instruct others in daily activities as needed. Maintain appropriate knowledge and ability levels to efficiently perform all assigned work and utilize this knowledge base to become proficient on new/unfamiliar assignments. Maintain a satisfactory level of performance while following appropriate procedures and observing all pertinent safety rules and requirements. Maintain work area(s) in an organized, clean, and foreign object damage (FOD) free manner. Perform any other responsibilities as required and/or directed. Perform a variety of approved assembly techniques. Read, interpret, and understand assembly drawings, procedures and instructions. Operate required test equipment and verify the calibration of such equipment. Conduct test audits. Perform routine maintenance on equipment and tooling as required and directed. Make necessary adjustments to correct irregular and/or non-confirming assemblies. Works closely with supervision and other team members to ensure that production requirements are met and appropriate tooling and hardware is available. Assist and/or instruct others in daily activities as needed. Maintain appropriate knowledge and ability levels to efficiently perform all assigned work and utilize this knowledge base to become proficient on new/unfamiliar assignments. Maintain a satisfactory level of performance while following appropriate procedures and instructions. Follow all health, safety, and housekeeping procedures, policies, and practices. Consistently works in a safe manner regarding self, co-workers, and manufacturing systems. Partner with Engineering to report and problem solve production issues that impede productivity. Meet production schedules and program production sequences for optimal productivity. Support safety, quality, and continuous improvement initiatives. Maintain work area(s) in an organized, clean, and foreign object damage (FOD) free manner. Contribute and participate in team decision making. Provide support in project work and other special requests. Perform any other responsibilities as required and/or directed. Qualifications Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have a minimum of two years experience. Ability to read, write and understand instructions, procedures, and drawings. Must demonstrate good interpersonal skills and be willing to work effectively as a participative team member. Must demonstra

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