ELECTRICIAN II DH
PHOENIX, AZ 85001 US
Shifts: mon-fri 4am-1:30pm 1st
Mon-Th 2pm-1:30am 2nd
Fri-Sat 5am-5:30pm 3rd
Electrician II (Gilbert, AZ)
The primary role of the Electrician II is to provide all required materials to each department before they are required.
" Manufacture control panel assemblies.
" Execute the daily production schedule through proper utilization of people, material, machinery, and process to meet customer requirements, schedule compliance and cost objectives.
" Ensure that all materials are in the workstation before they are required.
" Sustain and improve 5S system. (A place for everything and everything in its place)
" Facilitate daily team meetings with department employees at the beginning of your shift. (See attachment)
" Review daily KPI's.
" Provide goals.
" Review issues. (Safety, Quality, Housekeeping, OTD, Labor Efficiency Etc.)
" Ensure workers adhere to company rules, policies, and procedures.
" Enforce company safety policy.
" Ensure workers are wearing proper PPE and working in a safe manner.
" Make sure that employees have been properly trained before starting a task.
" Enforce company attendance policy.
" Ensure quality of work is maintained to a high standard (Quality Control)
" Manage time and attendance system. Approve timecards daily.
" Enforce disciplinary action required as per company policies and procedures
" Ensure workers have proper tools and material to complete station tasks.
" Promote employee development through effective verbal and written communications, cross-training and solicitation of feedback on problem solving and continuous improvements.
" Resolve any work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity and quality of work.
" Ensure workers are following scheduled break times.
" Review all bill of materials and drawings to fully understand scope of work.
" Become familiar with equipment being installed.
" Complete required paperwork and reporting systems.
o Report issues on LLERP
o Production report on LLERP
o Update visual aids
" Demonstrate effective leadership skills, team building skills and the ability to supervise and motivate effectively.
" Provide written shift hand-off instructions as well as verbal communication.
" Always maintain company confidentiality.
" This position requires shop work. When working in the shop, one must exercise caution as this environment presents many naturally occurring and potentially worker-produced hazards. Safety policies must be always adhered to. Appropriate personal protective equipment (i.E., safety glasses, hard-toed safety shoes or boots, etc.) must be always worn where required.
" It is very important that the incumbent of this position can work and communicate with prudence, while effectively managing time, completing tasks, and working safely.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
" Completion of high school or equivalent education (Additional education in Industrial Supervision is preferred).
" Analytical problem solver with good communication skills.
" 5 years' experience with control wiring.
" 2 years'+ experience in HVAC preferred.
" Experience with electrical troubleshooting.
" Experience with sheet metal assembly helpful.
" ISO, 5S, Lean Six Sigma, Kaizen, 8D problem solving and Visual Factory Management experience preferred.
" Lean Six Sigma Black Belt preferred.
" OSHA 10-hour certification preferred.
" Stripping and crimping experience.
" Familiar with blueprints and schematics.
" Familiar with lock out and tag out.
" Trouble shooting switch gear experience.
" Must be able to read, write and speak English.
" Must be flexible in the ability to support other process areas when needed.
" Intermediate mechanical/electrical aptitude.
" Must be able to use standard hand tools and measuring equipment.
" Familiar with NEC Code Book.
" Experience with all safe practices, procedures, and overall processes associated with manufacturing from raw materials to finished product.
" Reports to: Electrical Lead or Supervisor
" This is not an all-inclusive list. Other tasks may be added at any time.