Gas Torch Solderer
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SUMMARY OF POSITION
Coil solder personnel attach u-bends, headers and distributors using pattern diagrams. Then, solder components onto heat exchange coil. It is critical that all soldered joints are complete and leak free before passing coil to pressure test.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
Read and understand engineering drawings and instructions.
Read and understand bills of material.
Melts and applies solder along adjoining edges of work pieces to solder joints, using gas torch.
Check work and ensure quality.
Read a tape measure down to 1/16 of an inch.
Care for tools and equipment. Advise maintenance of equipment that is not working properly.
Work overtime as necessary.
Follow manufacturing instructions, work by oneself without constant supervision, be self-motivated and complete job assignments on time.
Charge time accurately in time and attendance system on computer to ensure accurate labor distribution and payroll.
Attend work as required.
Arrive for work on time.
Clean work area as required.
Must have effective communication skills.
Contribute to team effort by working with others both within department and with other departments.
Complete any task as assigned by supervisor as needed.
Comply with government regulations, laws, company policies and company procedures.
Education & Experience: A high school level of education is desired for this position in order to continue upward advancement in the company. The employee must be able to understand directions from superiors.
Ability to read a tape measure down to 1/16 of an inch, ability to determine what tools and equipment are needed to do a job, ability to control operations of equipment or system, monitoring/assessing performance of yourself, other individuals or organization to make improvements or take corrective action, arm-hand steadiness, manual dexterity, near vision, wrist-finger speed, finger dexterity, information ordering.
Certificates, licenses or training: OJT
1 – Beginning level solder, meets minimal quality standards, needs more time to complete work than estimated for job
2 – Proficient level solder, meets quality standards, able to complete work within estimated hours for job
3 – Proficient level solder, meets quality standards, able to complete work in less time than estimated for job
INTERACTION WITH OTHERS
Answers to Plant Manager. Must be able to accurately receive, understand and follow instructions from supervisor/lead. It is essential that the employee be able to work with all employees of the RAE team and show a spirit of cooperation with others in the organization. To accomplish this teamwork, it is important that the employee be able to get along well with coworkers and be willing to ask and to answer questions as needed.
Work is performed in a heavy industrial production area where the employee is constantly exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles. The noise level in the work environment is usually high. Exposed to extreme temperatures in both winter and summer. Possible stress caused by the pressure of meeting deadlines and product quality standards.