Full Job Description
How can you help us craft the future as a Gearbox Tester?
We are looking for the very best candidates who are dedicated to working safely, yet efficiently, and can work on many production orders at once! You will assist in the final testing of wind turbine power transmissions and their subassemblies!
What are the responsibilities?
Verifies units to parts lists, assembly/test card, assembly/test protocols Assembles fixtures to unit and installs on test stand.
Connects and wires sensors, motors, and probes per the test criteria. Reports failures when noticed
Checks units for cleanliness and visually inspects for defects.
Operates test stand, assists in the monitoring, testing and removing of units during test. Requests guidance when needed.
Inspects units for oil leaks during test.
Drains oil from test unit after test.
Removes units from test stand and takes off fixtures.
Fills unit with oil and assists in after test inspection per the criteria set forth.
Performs after test assembly of shrink disc, oil pans, and coolers.
Enters information in the eMPP stations.
Works along with representatives of other functional groups to include Assembly, Service, or others to communicate the findings on the unit.
What knowledge/skills, education, and experience is required for this position?
Minimum of a High school diploma or GED equivalent required
1+ year in production environment and testing environment
Demonstration of sound mechanical aptitude
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the Unites States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.
Flender Corporation, a Siemens company, is a leading global supplier for mechanical drive systems and has the reputation for highest performance, innovation, quality, and reliability of mechanical components for more than 115 years. Flender offers a broad variety of gear units and couplings and associated services, with a focus on key industries such as wind power, cement, mining, oil & gas, power generation, water & wastewater ,marine, conveyor and crane technology. Flender products and services combine the latest technology with extremely high quality and have been reliably providing the optimal transmission of power for decades.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens, Flender unites the stability and process reliability of a global corporation with the customer proximity and pragmatism of a medium-sized company, thus combining the best of both worlds. Our customers value Flender as a reliable partner and a secure investment. All of our business relationships are based on trust, responsibility and traditional business ethics. In this spirit, we are excited to join with our customers in writing the next chapter of the Flender story.
Organization: Portfolio Companies
Company: Flender Corporation
Experience Level: Early Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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