Thermo Fisher Scientific Refrigeration Technician (ULT) - 1st Shift in Marietta, Ohio

Job Description

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Obtains initial brazing certification and maintains recertification via annual and random testing.

  • Obtains and maintains refrigerant recovery certification.

  • Troubleshoots work-related problems by applying knowledge and experience toward resolution and taking appropriate steps for assistance.

  • Works in teams to accomplish overall plant goals regarding safety, efficiency, quality, and customer satisfaction.

  • Works safely to prevent on-the-job injuries by following all personal (PPE) and environmental safety guidelines.

  • Evacuates and charges units by pumping gases and oils per documented specifications.

  • Performs mechanical, electrical, and refrigeration related troubleshooting when working on units and makes necessary repairs.

  • Troubleshoots fault findings to identify cause of fault, best action for resolution, and make repairs to ensure unit is operating properly and returns to final inspection stage.

  • Works with 120-220V in order to test equipment and participates in related safety/quality training and certification.

  • Enters and retrieves data by unit/serial number for final inspection report and testing using Excel and other applications and performs troubleshooting with computer components.

  • Fabricates and assembles products and parts according to PSS book, build sheets, verbal instructions, etc., with emphasis on personal/environmental safety and quality.

  • Identifies job specific information from build sheets and references related information via various methods/locations to accomplish quality in-spec production.

  • Inspects assembly components for leaks by connecting gas handler and performing specified process and listening for and observing results.

  • Inspects/tests component to insure that quality and workmanship meets standards before moving piece to next stage of production.

  • Interprets test data found in charts, etc., to ensure operational quality of finished unit.

  • Maintains a clean work environment to promote personal and environmental safety.

  • Observes the production/fabrication process to insure that each step is completed properly to maintain quality standards.

  • Participates in a one-piece-flow assembly operation to produce products, requiring attention to details and focus on work duties.

  • Performs final inspection to ensure that all faults have been identified and resolved.

  • Performs routing of tubing, brazing of connections, and inspection for leaks, charging of systems, in a manner that meets quality and safety standards.

  • Performs TQC inspection at each work stage to confirm quality, condition of materials, etc., to insure company/customer production specifications are present.

  • References Job Safety Analysis "JSA" graphics present on each work center/operation to determine Personal Protective Equipment required for safe operation and risks that are present.

  • Utilizes testing equipment including ground bond, ground leakage, and HYPOT testers.

  • Verifies conformance of work piece to specifications using scales, refrigeration, cap tube, vacuum and pressure gauges, calipers, ruler, measuring tape, etc.

  • Operates tube cutting and flaring equipment using machines and hand tools.

  • Operates motorized equipment such as boom crane, lift truck, reaches trucks, etc., when certified and asked to do so.

  • Assembles components, tests, cleans, boxes/packs, labels, loads to pallet, and designates readiness to move to warehouse.

  • Bolts, clips, screws, cements, braze, or otherwise fasten parts together by hand, or using hand tools or portable power tools.

  • Calibrates circuit boards as designated by PSS in conjunction with referencing product specifications on-line.

  • Completes documents such as Final Inspection Reports, Total Quality Control sheets, etc., as determined by process guidelines.

  • Enters product related data into computer system to track component serial numbers, scan bar codes, production rates (percent good), track physical location, etc.

  • Inspects product to verify that optional/custom equipment changes have been made according to customer order.

  • Observes alarms (audio/visual), TAKT timer, control limits, etc., to determine status of work and product.

  • Reads and converts numerical systems including decimals and fractions, ounces/milliliters, grams, etc..

  • Reads electrical wiring diagrams to troubleshoot, to component level, to ensure high quality results.

  • Tends assembly-related machines, such as hand-held riveting machine, porta-power, etc. to perform force fitting or fastening operations on assembly line.

  • Utilizes SAP system shared plant-wide to accomplish production goals.

  • Follows pre-determined guidelines to ensure that proper materials are utilized based on guidelines in place (UL, CSA, NSF, FDA, and ISO) by comparing component with work order specification.

  • Perform preventative maintenance as scheduled to reduce attrition and support quality standards and completes check-off of tasks.

  • Utilizes ESD apparatus to protect components during production and assembly as directed on the PSS.

  • Cleans and finishes assembly products using approved cleaners/chemicals and tools according to PSS book and refers to MSDS to insure safe handling and proper PPE equipment is utilized.

  • Reads MSDS via computer when needed to maintain personal and environmental safely.

  • Scans bar codes to track components, production status.

  • Transports, stores, and replaces gases, tanks, etc., by identifying contents and understanding related safety issues.

  • Removes burrs and rough spots from parts with hand file and portable pneumatic grinder when needed

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Education Requirements: High School Diploma or G.E.D

  • Experience Requirements: One to three years experience in manufacturing, construction or industrial setting.

  • Previous experience as industrial or manufacturing painter is preferred.

  • Physical Demands:

  • Ability to stand, bend, stretch, reach, lift repetitively to accomplish paint production and other company-wide production goals.

  • Ability to work in hot, cold, dusty, elevated, noisy area where foot and automated equipment movement is present.

  • Ability to frequently life up to 50 lbs.

  • Ability to lift bulky, shifting boxes/bags of materials weighing up to and over 60 lbs manually or with assistance.

  • Other Skills: Ability to work in team environment and communicate well with others.

  • Computer Experience: Ability to maintain basic knowledge of SAP Operating System and Windows Operating System.

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