Perform with keen efficiency and accuracy, the maintenance and assembly activities on LORAM equipment, with primary focus on work tasks that required assembly skills in electrical. Incumbents will have a higher level of competence in electrical, but also working competence in other disciplines, in order to efficiently perform essential functions in that specific area. Incumbents are expected to perform work assignments in other disciplines at any time, based on the needs of the business.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Understands fundamental instructional techniques to provide on the job training to other workers in tasks they have gained qualifications to perform.
Understands how to determine if parts received matches the bill of materials.
Understands problem solving techniques and contributes to process improvement
Understands how to communicate and coordinate with other Loram departments
Understands hazards associated with energized systems
Understands how to read and interpret intermediate electrical engineering prints, verify bill of materials and use conduit fill percent spreadsheets
Understands proper use and care of required tools
Understands AC/DC electrical fundamentals
Understands how to identify electrical components and determine location on the machine on drawing
Understands how to read and interpret schematics
Understands how to bend conduit according to routing requirements
Demonstrates the ability to fill out SORM paperwork properly and correctly return parts
Demonstrates the ability to verify if completed assembly meets print requirements and report non conformances
Demonstrates an understanding of fundamental instructional techniques to provide on the job training to other workers in tasks they have gained qualifications to perform
Demonstrates the ability to route and terminate wiring in a panel or enclosure
Demonstrates the ability to locate, identify, safely use and care for Loram intermediate electrical tools
Demonstrates the ability to identify, cut, deburr, and thread conduit in accordance to Loram specifications
Demonstrates the ability to accurately locate components to mount and install enclosures and panels on a machine
Demonstrates the ability to protect self and others from ARC flash hazards and apply OSHA safety requirements including lock out tag out procedures
Demonstrates the ability to properly complete assemblies to print and complete paper work to Loram standards.
Takes Direction Effectively Executes
Education:Associates Degree with Technical Certificate or Equivalent Experience
Experience:2+ YearsManufacturing assembly experience could be a combination of education and experience in electrical or electronics
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Pass all required background, drug and alcohol tests
Maintain applicable manufacturing and railroad safety training refresher courses
Took and passed all required level 1 training courses by Loram, including periodic refreshers.
Able to take, learn and pass all required Level 2 training courses as required by Loram, including periodic refreshers
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
5% or more travel, including international, using any method of transportation.
Ability to apply high levels of cognitive, analytical, retention and reasoning.
Excellent communication skills used within any social context.
Can stand, sit, walk, reach, balance, stoop, kneel, hear, taste and smell.
Can see up close, distances, colors and has use of peripheral vision and depth perception Can tolerate variable and sometimes extreme physical conditions during visits or inspections of company equipment in a railroad environment