Component Assembly in Minneapolis, MN at Volt

Date Posted: 6/26/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contingent
  • Job Type:
  • Duration:
    16 weeks
  • Date Posted:
    6/26/2020
  • Job ID:
    235110
  • Pay Rate
    $15.4/Hour
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
  • Phone
    651/633-0013

Job Description

We are looking for someone who is ready to start their career.  

We are looking for individuals that are just starting out in their manufacturing career. Some key skill-sets are the basic mechanical skills as well as attention to detail. These individuals will be working at the end of our prima line prepping 3 to 12 foot panels to for our units.

Drug and Background

Must pass company hiring Assessment - tests you on Packing Slips, decimals, Blue Prints and more.

Shift:

Qualifications

To be accepted as a Component Assembly grade 6 employee, the applicant must be able to: 
 
1. Prepare foam panel assemblies for foaming machine by obtaining work direction from MII and determining correct order to prep kit of panels and determine which panels require internal features.  
2. Assemble blowers and fans and prepare them for installation in the units. 
3. Assemble framing, shelves, Hx drain pans, interior U-channel walls, filter racks, furnace bumps, hoods and hardware, mist eliminators and sleeves, perforated inner panels, condenser guards, grating, and VFD cabinet cut outs. Prepare these components for installation in the units. 
4. Assemble doors and prepare them for installation in the units. 
5. Operate the aluminum extrusion saw to produce component parts in accordance with part drawings and within predefined tolerances while following safety guidelines. 
6. Effective communication skills. 
7. Basic computer skills. 
8. Ability to set up and safely operate equipment effectively: welder, stud welder, shear, accupress, bandsaw, chopsaw, frame crimping machine, aluminum extrusion saw. 
9. Ability to safely use hand tools, power tools, and read measuring devices. 
10. Push, Pull, and weave welding skills (Blower Sub Assembly) 
11. Ability to read and understand instructions and interpret information from cut lists provided.  
12. Ability to complete paperwork required by operations. 
13. Ability to distinguish the various types and thickness of material. 
14. Operate overhead crane/forklift/material handling equipment based on safety guidelines. 
15. Perform basic math skills. 
16. Ability to pay attention to detail. 
17. Ability to read blueprints. 
18. Perform daily housekeeping tasks. 
19. Be adaptable enough to learn the necessary functions in a timely manner and perform them within accepted output and quality levels. 
20. Must follow standard safe practices that apply to all activities.