Sets up and operates conventional, special purpose machines and machining centers to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts by performing the following duties. Standard machine department equipment includes mills, lathe, drill press, surface grinder, inspection granite plate and accessories related to the machine process. Utilizing his or her own creativity and machining skills, help others develop and refine processes on the Innovative Automation (IAI) produced equipment.
Machining and Assembly Assistant Duties & Responsibilities
Workers have a general duty to protect their own health and safety and that of others around them. Workers must:
Workers should be proactive about health and safety. That means that workers must not only comply with the law, the employer’s policies and workplace procedures, but they should also make suggestions to improve health and safety. Workers may also bring health and safety concerns and suggestions directly to the Joint Health and Safety Representative (Members names are listed on the Health and Safety Bulletin Board).
This position may require frequent walking, as well as the occasional crouching, squatting, and kneeling. Working in machining also requires constant cervical flexion, the chin to chest movement. Maximum lifting weight can reach about 50lbs, maximum carrying weight is about 20lbs, and the maximum pushing and pulling weights can reach 100-150lbs. Frequent forward reach with both arms is necessary as well as frequent grasping and handling. Working in this position requires a very strong ability to work alone and self-supervise as well as the ability to supervise others. It also requires the ability to handle attention to detail, tight deadlines, responsibility and accountability and the ability to multi-task.
Innovative Automation welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.