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  • February 17, 2022 11:02 AM | Anonymous member

    POSITION:  Machine Operators

    LOCATION:  Clearwater, FL

    SHIFT: Vary

    PAY:  $14-17.hr.

     

    Operating various machines for the purpose of producing glass shower doors and mirrors.

    Must have tool experience

    Experience with tape measure measurements a must. 

    Basic math skills.

    Must be able to lift over 50 lbs.

    Apply today:  https://portal.jmiresource.com/#/jobs/343


  • February 17, 2022 11:01 AM | Anonymous member

    POSITION:  Packer/Shipper

    LOCATION:  Tampa, FL

    SALARY:  $14-16/hr.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Pick orders, pack and ship them with no discrepancies or damage claims.
    • Maintain shipping supplies.
    • Ship orders using USPS and UPS online services.
    • Occasional field work collecting electronics.
    • Organize and maintain work area.
    • General warehouse work.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Apply today: https://portal.jmiresource.com/#/jobs/390


  • February 17, 2022 10:59 AM | Anonymous member

    POSITION: Storekeeper

    LOCATION: Tampa, FL

    PAY RATE: $13.50 per hour

    HOURS: 3:15PM to 11:45PM with two consecutive days off TBD

    Responsibilities :

    • Shipping and Receiving
    • Inventory Control
    • Manage Storeroom
    • Maintains storage and supply areas
    • Maintains authorized stock levels
    • Completes reports and maintains records, forms, and reports (electronic and paper)
    • Parts research from stock lists and manuals to assign stock numbers to parts

    Requirements:

    • A high school education or equivalent
    • One year experience in aircraft storekeeping, inventory, material control, and/or shipping and receiving.
    • Familiar with aircraft stock catalogues, aircraft components, parts or stock lists, etc., and be able to look up part numbers. (Preferred)
    • Ability to perform physical labor and accurately follow verbal or written instructions.
    • Must be able to use hand tools and equipment such as hammers, saw, crow bars, hand and jack trucks.
    • Must be able to read and write legibly.
    • Must have working knowledge of operation of a motor vehicle, fork lift, etc.
    • Must possess some knowledge of handling, transporting, shipping, and disposal of hazardous materials.
    • Must have an understanding and working knowledge of hazardous material handling and disposal as related to the job assignment.
    • Must be able to operate computer equipment and programs when given proper training.
    • Must have a Valid Driver’s License
    • Must qualify for airport SIDA badge
    • General Computer Skills

    Job Type: Full-time

    Apply today:  https://portal.jmiresource.com/#/jobs/308


  • February 17, 2022 10:55 AM | Anonymous member

    POSITION: Production Control Monitor

    LOCATION: Tampa, FL (Tampa Airport)

    PAY RATE: $13.50 per hour

    SHIFTS: 3rd shift with Friday/Saturday off, 2nd shift with Monday/Tuesday off and two 1st shift positions with Tuesday/Wednesday off or Friday/Saturday off

    Major Responsibility Areas And Duties

    Controls and coordinates job cards. Ensures that employee is assigned and working proper pre-assigned jobs using a computerized wand system. Uses work packages, job control cards, labor-hour estimates, job descriptions, project categories, charge numbers, to meet established schedules.
    Monitors complete and incomplete job cards. Makes reports, as required, on status of schedule.
    Notes data, number of hours charged to card, and number of established budget hours.
    Performs general clerical duties, to include setting up files, reproducing paperwork, and entering and collecting computerized data.
    Audits completed work cards. Projects data to show effects of complete and/or incomplete work.
    Updates project flow as required and directed by the Supervisor.

    Additional Duties

    Perform other duties as assigned by supervisors necessary for the normal day to day operation, not determined at time of hire.

    Job Requirements

    Physical Requirements And Environmental Conditions

    1. Ability to perform work utilizing a computer for extended periods of time.

    2. Ability to withstand intermittent moderate noise levels.

    3. Ability to see close (clear vision at 20 feet or more).

    Apply today - https://portal.jmiresource.com/#/jobs/284


  • February 17, 2022 10:53 AM | Anonymous member
    POSITION: Warehouse Tool Room Attendant

    LOCATION: Tampa, FL

    HOURS: 3:15pm-11:45pm with two consecutive days off

    Summary Description of Position

    Tool Room Attendants are responsible for the inventory control of items maintained in the Tool room. An attendant also maintains the tool room in a neat and orderly manner. An attendant is expected to assist co-workers with tooling needs, and provide information to new employees regarding tooling and supplies.

    Major Responsibility Areas and Duties

    · Maintain control of tool room, issue tools and supplies to production personnel; returns tooling to assigned tool room location and keep company property well maintained and clean.

    · Stock tooling and supplies.

    · Re-stocks the tooling dispensing machines daily or as needed.

    · Periodically, as scheduled, conduct inventory count of workstations.

    · Conduct inventory cycle counts of Tool Room inventories, as scheduled.

    · Correct any inventory deficiencies or discrepancies.

    · Issue test reports for testing of new tooling.

    · Checks boxes and verifies packing slip.

    · Additional Functions As delegated by the Tool Room Manager

    · All other duties as assigned.


    Minimum Requirements and Qualification

    · High school diploma or equivalent

    · A Valid Driver’s License

    · Must qualify for airport SIDA badge

    · General Computer Skills

    Physical Requirements and Environmental Conditions

    · Load and unload trucks, vans, or automobiles.

    · Ability to sit for extended periods of time in a normal office environment.

    · Must be able to sit, stand, bend, crouch, kneel, and walk for extended periods.

    · Must be able to climb and work from ladders, work stands, and other heights.

    · Must be able to work with one or both hands extended overhead.

    · Must have correctable near and far vision.

    · Must be able to hear at conversational level with hearing aid.

    · Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
    • Must be able to handle and maintain control of small parts and to properly operate hand tools.

    Apply today: https://portal.jmiresource.com/#/jobs/288


  • February 17, 2022 6:46 AM | Anonymous member

    CardioCommand, Inc. is the leading innovator of medical devices that perform temporary cardiac monitoring and pacing. Incorporated in 1994, we are a privately held ISO 13485 Certified and FDA Registered, Class III Medical Device OEM and Contract Manufacturing Services provider.

    The Buyer/Planner is responsible for and manages purchasing, materials requirements planning, and supplier relationship management.

    Essential functions include however are not limited to:

    • Purchasing
    • Inventory management
    • Shipping/Receiving
    • Materials requirements planning (MRP)
    • Supplier relationship management (SRM)

    Competencies:

    • Communication skills - Able to communicate the firm’s scheduling needs effectively to suppliers, vendors, and production managers.
    • Vision - Able to distinguish different colors and have visual acuity to perform the essential functions.
    • Language skills - Must be able to read, write, speak, communicate, and follow directions in English.
    • Math skills - must know basic math, be able to use computers, and perform measurements in both English and Metric units.
    • Technical skills - must be able to understand work instructions, blueprints, and schematics for a wide range of components, assemblies, tools, and equipment.

    Job Requirements:

    Associate of Science Degree. Bachelors Degree preferred and APICS/ISM certification (CPIM/CPSM) desired.

    • 2- 5 years supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment; Medical Devices preferred.
    • Experienced with Microsoft 365 and MRP systems.

    Appropriate steps have been taken to prevent exposure and infection regardless of vaccination status by following CDC and OSHA guidance on mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace

    CardioCommand, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace.

    Interested, available, and qualified candidates should email a resume to jmoore@cardiocommand.com. No phone calls, please. 

    http://cardiocommand.com

  • February 15, 2022 7:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Versatile Packagers is an essential manufacturing business seeking a multi-crafted Maintenance Technician with the primary duties of troubleshooting, repair and preventative maintenance of packaging machinery and the facility. Looking for dedicated, self-motivated individuals able to analyze and resolve machine and facilities related problems. The perfect candidate must have strong prioritization skills (ability to identify high priority repairs and length of repair time) and mechanical troubleshooting skills.

    This position reports to the Maintenance Manager.

    This position will pay based on experience. Versatile Packagers will provide you with the necessary tools.

    Responsibilities:

    • Check equipment and perform routine maintenance to ensure everything is in working order
    • Respond to repair requests and repair malfunctioning equipment
    • Perform light building maintenance tasks as needed
    • Select and contract specialists on larger maintenance related projects
    • Advise Plant manager during equipment parts purchases
    • Train employees on proper equipment usage
    • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment
    • Provide input as it relates to safe machine operation
    • Standing, walking bending for 75% of the day

    Maintenance experience with the following machines preferred:

    • Shrink wrap/Overwrap sealing machines (Shanklin, Xtreme)
    • Finseal bagging machines (Bosch)
    • Heat Seal Blister (Algus)
    • Bundling machines (Smi, Arpac)
    • Lot/Datecoding printers (Universal, multi)
    • Auto labelers (LabelAir, multi)
    • Pallet wrapping machines
    • Automated taping machines
    • Automated case erectors

    You're a great fit for this position if you possess the following things:

    • High school diploma or equivalent
    • 3+ years of maintenance experience preferred (packaging machinery a plus)
    • Working knowledge of electrical, plumbing, and heating systems
    • Forklift certified preferred
    • Valid drivers license
    • Skilled with a variety of hand and power tools
    • Able to pass a background check


    Larry Gordon

    Director of Operations

    Versatile Packagers

    Tampa, FL 

    336-995-7048

    www.versatilepackagers.com


  • February 11, 2022 7:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Pall Corporation is a Fortune 1000 materials science and engineering company with the broadest filtration, separation, and purification capabilities in the world. We provide innovative solutions to customers in health care, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, municipal drinking water, aerospace, and industrial manufacturing markets. There is no greater calling or opportunity for a fluid management company than the challenge of helping customers protect people, the environment, and natural resources.

    Open Positions

    New Port Richey, FL*

    * This position requires access to export-controlled commodities, technical data, technology, software, and services. U.S. citizenship, U.S. legal permanent resident status, protected person status, or U.S. Government export authorization is required. Any offer of employment is contingent upon Pall obtaining the necessary employment visa and export authorization, including, if required, an export license from the applicable U.S. government agency.

    Interested candidates are to apply directly to the positions at www.pall.com/careers.

    Assembler I (Elements) – 1st Shift: R1183381; 2nd Shift – R1170120; 3rd Shift – R1190440; Assembler 1 (Deltadyne) 1st Shift: R1189550;

    Produce complicated components needed, subassemblies, and final assemblies to blueprint and work instructions. Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent; 1 year of related work experience in manufacturing and assembly; computer literate/ possess basic math skills; experience working with and or mixing chemicals.

    CNC Machinist II: 1st Shift: R1190487; 2nd Shift: R1176149

    Perform the tasks of a CNC Machinist (9-axis machine).

    Requirements: High School Diploma or GED, minimum three years minimum CNC machining experience. 9-axis experience required.

    CNC Maintenance Mechanic: 2nd Shift: R1179814

    The CNC Maintenance Technician will support production and On-Time Delivery through troubleshooting and repair of our Machine Shop CNC Machines, as well as completing planned Preventive Maintenance procedures. Ensuring that


    proper documentation of repairs and PMs are maintained. Along with supporting the machine shop, perform other tasks as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor in support of other areas of production and facility maintenance. Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent. Must have valid driver’s license. Minimum of five (5) years of in electronic maintenance, troubleshooting, diagnosis, and repair of CNC based machine tools and controls. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions/manuals. Computer proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, and internet search for maintenance related solutions. Work overtime as required. Knowledgeable in Lock Out-Tag out procedures.

    EHS Technician R1194264

    Coordinate, conduct, and track various training to support company programs. Lead LOTO Program. Coordinate/ Perform periodic safety Inspections. Managed Contractor Safety Program. Coordinating / conduct continuous improvements projects. Conduct and / or coordinate job safety analysis, industrial hygiene, and other hazard and risk analysis (JSA/JHA). Conduct routine safety observations to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, company environmental, health, and safety policies, procedures and practices. Conduct accident / near miss investigations and root cause analysis and may make resolution recommendations. Implement corrective/preventative actions and continuous improvement activities as advised. Maintain various reporting systems and provides safety analysis as required. Completing miscellaneous projects and assigned duties. Handling hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals and waste. Respond to emergency situations during or after hours for the purpose of resolving immediate safety/security concerns.

    Requirements: One (1) year direct experience in Environmental, Health and Safety activities or Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety or Environmental Management or related field. Knowledge of Federal, State and Local laws and regulations as they relate to the Environmental Health and Safety Program is a plus. Proficient PC skills including Microsoft Office applications. Proven ability to work independently with attention to detail and interpersonal abilities. Superior analytical/ problem solving, written and verbal communications. Experience working with local regulatory agencies preferred. Ability to be on call or work off hours as needed

    Material Handler I (Shipping) –R1190257

    Responsible for the incoming and outgoing of materials, reagents, instruments, or equipment to meet customer expectations which involve receiving, shipping, and inventory/material control. Knowledge and experience using software (i.e., MS Office, etc.). Communicate and give clear, concise verbal and written instructions. Able to assist in achieving and maintaining 95% OTD (On Time Delivery). Able to receive, stock, and distribute inventory used in all areas of manufacturing. Able to perform all packaging functions (i.e., packing product according to customer specifications). Able to complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers, and data.

    Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent (i.e., GED). Experience working within a manufacturing is an asset. Must be computer savvy/literate. Must have math skills. Work overtime as assigned.

    Danaher Business System (Lean/Kaizen/Toyota) Engineer R1194283

    The DBS Engineer is responsible for promoting and facilitating the successful implementation of the Danaher Business System (DBS) at Pall Aeropower, allowing the site to meet Policy Deployment (PD) and Key Performance Indicator (KPI) targets. Drive targeted, balanced improvement in SQDC (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost) that is tied to Policy Deployment (PD) and Daily Management (DM) by using DBS tools, consulting skills, and the change management process. Drive site / company Leadership in the development of a DBS Roadmap (i.e., how to use the DBS tools to drive sustainable improvement in results). Directly provide formal and informal DBS training and coaching. Be an active Leader in PD and Daily Management reviews (as appropriate). Help Danaher continue the evolution of the DBS tools (main contact here is DBS Office or DBSO). Ensure successful kaizen events by installing and ensuring compliance to the kaizen process.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Engineering required; Master’s Degree preferred. Prefer 2 years' practitioner experience in function/area supporting. Ability to accurately assess key business metrics and situations from a “general manager’s” point of view. Ability to design, develop, and implement a DBS roadmap for an operating


    business. Mastery of a variety of DBS tools (either Lean or Growth-Related DBS Tools, depending on areas(s) they support). Familiarity with various manufacturing process technologies. Good writing and administrative skills, including computer skills (MS Office, SAP, Minitab/Quality Analyst preferred). Experience with manufacturing planning/scheduling, and lean manufacturing concepts. Ability to work and influence all levels of the organization from Senior Leaders, Functional Leaders to project managers and practitioners in all functional areas.

    Senior Project Manager (FMCG) R1135350

    Analyze customer process user requirements specification for engineered process equipment (including different technologies such as direct flow filtration, cross flow filtration, stabilization etc.). As technical lead discuss, propose and define final engineered technical system solution with the customer including writing technical part of quotation and associated costing. Execute the proposed engineered system solution based on the agreed and defined contractual specifications with a defined project team as project manager, process engineer.

    Requirements: Bachelor's/Master's Degree in process engineering, chemical engineering or related field. Minimum 7 years of experience of process engineering / project management of equipment used in Food and Beverage manufacturing in an EPC company. Proven track record of successfully leading and executing various complex projects within Food & Beverage industry or equivalent. Experience working on projects in various cultures. Experience working with outside subcontractors including mechanical fabricators, electronic fabricators, Software designers and automation specialists.

    Document Control Technician (Intern) R1190399

    The Document Control Technician will work with the Engineering Services team to review, prepare, and transpose engineering data and process information from multiple databases into Windchill PLM. Review, prepare, and transpose technical data and workflows from legacy Lotus Notes and other data repositories and sources into Windchill Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system. Review legacy and migrated data and workflows to ensure quality and data integrity. Communicate and collaborate with engineering, quality, and operations to resolve data issues or concerns.

    Requirements: Currently enrolled in college/university. Experience managing and organization digital technical data and records. Basic Understanding of document change management processes and workflows, desired. Basic Understanding of product design and manufacturing, desired. Working knowledge in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Fluent in English, other languages considered a plus. Ability to work remotely in compliance with Pall Corporation’s policies and guidelines. Comfortable interacting and communicating virtually via MS Teams and other digital tools.

    Provides an elevated level of customer focus and genuinely displays a positive working attitude. Willingness to learn and collaborate ideas in the spirit of continuous improvement. High personal accountability with ability to work autonomously and manage time appropriately with minimal supervision.

    Manual Machinist II: 2nd Shift – R1181994

    Inspect work using precision measuring instruments (hand gauges, micrometers, calipers, height gauge, functional gauges, optical comparator aka shadow graph). Work with complex castings and forgings as well as machine parts from bar stock. Read and understand all types of drawings (i.e. blueprints, detailed engineering sketches, etc.) required to machine parts such as castings, forgings. Deburr parts during machining operations. Work with various types of inspection equipment to ensure quality. Troubleshoot and diagnose machine process issues. Perform basic set-up.

    Understand and use measuring equipment. Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers and data. Selects proper holding devices, chucks, collets, faceplates, vices, sine plates, etc. Requirements: High School diploma or local equivalent (i.e. GED). Minimum five (5) years of experience working on manual machining equipment. Possesses functional knowledge of general dimensioning and tolerancing. Understand, follow and communicate verbal and written instructions. FAA certification may be required. Frequent lifting up to 35 pounds. Lift up to 50 pounds with assistance. Lifting frequency: Daily. Pass visual acuity exam. Maintain a clean and safe work environment. Perform preventive maintenance on machines. Work safely by following all safety procedures.


    Laboratory Technician R1187086

    Select appropriate test equipment and execute project with minimum supervision. Review Engineering order, relevant (SDS) (Safety Data Sheet) and fully understand requirements in accordance with laboratory SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). Assure all calculations (applying basic mathematics and statistics) are performed and documented correctly and accurately. Monitor test performance, test equipment, and data acquisition. Perform functional testing and trouble- shooting of equipment and systems by using standard scientific principles. Ensure test set-ups and procedures produce accurate and repeatable results. Apply technical knowledge in analyzing, investigating, and resolving assigned test related problems. Must document and prepare information (i.e. actual procedure, raw date, and results) appropriately in the Laboratory Database.

    Requirements: Must have an Associate Degree (in Aerospace Maintenance, Electrical, Power Plant, Petroleum Repair) from an accredited technical college/university. In lieu of a technical degree, must have at least four (4) years of working experience in fluid systems and pressure vessel industry. Must have experience and knowledge of air and fluid mechanical systems and electronic controls. Confirmed understanding of basic mechanic hand tools (i.e. screw drivers, wrenches, drills, saws, etc.). Knowledge and experience with Data Acquisition and control (National Instruments LabVIEW preferred). Must be able to deliver quality results within the specified timelines. Must be able to read complicated technical specifications and procedures. Must be digital literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel (i.e. creation and maintenance of spreadsheets and Power Point). Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Must be able to maintain and work within a safe working environment as identified by the Safety KPI (i.e. 5S, Safety Audits, etc.).

    Deburr/Finisher 1st Shift: R1184703

    Set-up and operate all equipment (i.e. Deburr Bench, various Grinders, etc.) in the Deburring area. Manufacture product to specifications and requirements. Maintain all records required by the Company. Learn the processes and equipment in the Deburr area. Polish and blend surfaces. Work with basic precision measuring instruments (including caliper, micrometer, drop indicator, etc.). Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers and data, Follower Tags, ATP, Slitter Sheets, etc. Work with co-workers to ensure quality and production standards meet objectives. Perform related tasks as assigned.

    Requirements: High School Diploma or local equivalent (i.e. GED). Minimum of two (2) years performing deburr/finishing tasks. Solid understanding of geometry and trigonometry. Read basic blueprints. Maintain deburring equipment.

    Understand, follow and communicate verbal and written instructions. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Required to lift a minimum of 30 pounds. Lifting frequency: Occasionally. Strong manual dexterity/steady hands. Ability to work with a microscope for an extended period of time.

    Senior Manufacturing Engineer (Machine Shop): R1191742

    Focus of continuous improvement and, or value stream focused. Provides technical daily support to the manufacturing floor including addressing documentation, process, and material flow opportunities.

    Own the implementation of LEAN (DBS) tools via formal and informal Kaizens to achieve and sustain improved levels of targeted performance. Conduct root cause analysis and develop timely solutions for issues arising on current product and in the production processes. Provide technical expertise to support and facilitate daily manufacturing operations of assembly equipment. Interact directly with customers on quality issues and quality assurance issues. Research and implement where appropriate, sophisticated technology solutions which help achieve breakthrough results in Safety, Quality, Delivery and Lead Time reduction, Inventory, and Productivity. Analyze manufacturing equipment and process flow using continuous improvement methods.

    Develop manufacturing processes for new products and product changes. Develop and implement set-up reduction programs. Devise new solutions to existing manufacturing problems through assembly aids and processes.


    Requirements: Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical, Industrial, or Aerospace Engineering or other related engineering field, required. Prior experience with CNC is preferred. Experience in Design for Manufacturability (DFM), and Design for Assembly (DFA), statistical tolerance analysis techniques, functional dimensioning, and tolerance analysis. Solid understanding and experience with sophisticated manufacturing processes. Strong quality process background and understands FMEA’s (Failure Modes Effects Analysis), DOE’s (Design of Experiments), and Failure Analysis. Knowledge of lean principles, continuous improvement activities, project management and corrective action activities is an asset. Experience using computers for a variety of tasks through Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, Project and Outlook.

    Hydraulic Technician I – 2nd Shift: R1170238; 1st Shift: R1190507

    Perform assembly and testing on valves and assemblies by interpreting blueprints, job sheets, and written work instructions. Troubleshoot problems during assembly and test. Set-up test stand and test assemblies to meet specifications on job sheets. Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers and data, Follower Tags, ATP, Slitter Sheets, etc. Trains co-workers and supports continuous cross training improvements. Continuously seeks opportunities to improve processes/procedures and communicates to management. Perform preventative maintenance and other tasks as required.

    Requirements: High School diploma or local equivalent (i.e. GED). Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a position demonstrating mechanical aptitude in manufacturing and assembly related industry. Prior experience using hand tools, gauges, torque wrenches, calipers, etc. Familiarity with hydraulic/pneumatic principles and related hardware (flow testing, cracking and resetting of valves). Able to work additional hours as assigned. Required to stand for long time periods (for a minimum of 8 hours or more), lifting of 35 lbs. frequently and the ability to work with solvents, oils, and other chemicals.

    Material Handler I (Shipping – Receiving Stockroom) – R1190257

    Responsible for the incoming and outgoing of materials, reagents, instruments or equipment to meet customer expectations which involve receiving, shipping, and inventory/material control. Knowledge and experience using software (i.e. MS Office, etc.). Communicate and give clear, concise verbal and written instructions. Able to assist in achieving and maintaining 95% OTD (On Time Delivery). Able to receive, stock, and distribute inventory used in all areas of manufacturing. Able to perform all packaging functions (i.e. packing product according to customer specifications).

    Able to complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers, and data. Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED). Experience working within a manufacturing is an asset. Must be computer savvy/literate. Must have math skills. Work overtime as assigned. Lifting weight: Minimum of 35 pounds. Lifting requirement: Daily. Ability to sit at a computer for prolonged periods of time. Bending, lifting, sitting, standing, and twisting (90% of the day). Able to climb stairs (up to 2 stories). Good eye and hand dexterity.

    Document Control Technician (Intern) R1190399

    The Document Control Technician will work with the Engineering Services team to review, prepare, and transpose engineering data and process information from multiple databases into Windchill PLM. Review, prepare, and transpose technical data and workflows from legacy Lotus Notes and other data repositories and sources into Windchill Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system. Review legacy and migrated data and workflows to ensure quality and data integrity. Communicate and collaborate with engineering, quality, and operations to resolve data issues or concerns.

    Requirements: Experience managing and organization digital technical data and records. Basic Understanding of document change management processes and workflows, desired. Basic Understanding of product design and manufacturing, desired. Working knowledge in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).


    Danaher Business Systems (DBS) Leader R1194280

    Seeking a Continuous Improvement Leader. This role is responsible for demonstrating lean methodology combined with problem solving tools as a key strategy to deliver cost, cash and responsiveness goals. Position is responsible for leading operations teams to reach corporate and plant goals around Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and productivity by implementing and training others to implement the Danaher Business System (DBS) business model. Leads strategic and tactical deployment of DBS with accountability for ensuring that Lean methodologies are delivered to achieve significant sustainable results.

    Requirements: Bachelor of Science Degree in Science or Engineering related subject areas. Prefer 5+ years of business/operations management or manufacturing experience with management responsibilities. Prefer 5+ years of technical Mastery of continuous improvement tools and methodologies. Prior experience with deploying TPS based lean methods in operations is a critical requirement for this position. Preferred Qualifications: MS or MBA preferred.

    Leadership: Willingness to work on the shop floor and lead by example; ability to influence decision making with or without authority, facilitate groups with different perspectives, bring teams to agreement. High tolerance for ambiguity.

    Customer Shipment Coordinator – R1191627

    Receiving goods and processing SAP transactions for stock and shipments as well as within customer portals. Creation of product labels for customer specific product and for shipment. Review demand of work packets, reports, and shipment processing for all value streams and move resources accordingly. Responsible for stocking material completed in assembly. Process stock items for shipments. Process orders in Customer portals. Verify all stock items identified for shipment have cleared on time. Communicate and work with all departments

    Requirements: High School Graduate or local equivalent. (i.e. GED). Minimum of one (1) year experience in Processing shipments in an ERP system (preferably SAP). Minimum of one (1) year of experience in planning administration and picking products for stock or shipment. Must have proven digital literacy and proficient in MS Office Applications. Must show proficiency in SAP picking and shipment process. Must be proficient in all aspects of Processing Orders for internal and external.

    Operations Manager R1195300

    Deliver daily results in the areas of Safety, Quality, Delivery, Lead Time Reductions, and Productivity through appropriate hands-on supervision and via appropriate “Daily Visual Management”. Deliver yearly KPI improvement target results through the development and execution leadership of data driven action plans. Improve the planning / scheduling processes and the overall material flow within the Air Manufacturing Department and the Machine Shop, to reduce lead times and increase flexibility. Support the implementation of DBS (Danaher Business System) tools such as 4E (Safety), SMED, Lean Conversion, VRK, etc. to achieve breakthrough results in Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory, and Cost performance. Develop a high-performing team that espouses Danaher Core Values / “Leadership Anchors” and DBS principles as well as meeting company policies and procedures. Drive year-over-year improvements in Employee Engagement (Survey) scores by leading by example around all aspects of the Danaher Leadership Anchors including proper communication and employee development support.

    Requirements: Associates degree and four-years’ experience in a vertically integrated manufacturing environment. Bachelor’s degree highly preferred. In lieu of degrees – minimum of 6 years’ related manufacturing experience History of proven, successful KPI results in a fabrication / machine shop environment, required. History of successful

    results related to building high performing teams through development and Topgrading, required. Expectations are that with adequate prior experience, the successful candidate should be up to speed within 60 days and adding value.

    Principal Quality Engineer R1191335

    This critical position is the first line representative of the company when interacting with customers around all Quality related topics. This position works with the Manager of Quality Assurance & Regulatory Affairs, and has reporting responsibility for value stream (product family) Quality Engineers & Quality Technicians. The ideal candidate for this role, will have aspirations to move into higher levels of Quality and/or Operations management. We are looking to build a


    www.pall.com/careers


    strong leadership bench with people that want to have an impact on protecting lives in the air, both in commercial and military aircraft. This role will require that this individual achieve yearly External (Customer) Quality targets by:

    Taking responsibility for First Pass Yield and Customer Complaint metrics and drive improvement of both in value stream. Being the direct contact for the Quality organizations of a short list of strategic Aerospace customers.

    Implementing and maintaining the Pall Certified Operator Program for assigned value stream. Being the leader of Quality Kaizens and Quality Culture in assigned value stream. Use a structured and efficient Problem Solving method to achieve sustainable improvements. Upgrade and maintain value stream quality system using standard APQP tools (PFMEA and Control Plan) and incorporating them into the Certified Operator Program. Work with Engineering and Production to insure safe launches of new products. Maintain MRB process and communicate with other value streams regarding internal quality problems.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in technical field, preferably Engineering or Technology. Prefer five or more years of experience within Operations in a manufacturing organization with a metric and results driven culture, required.

    Experience with APQP and related tools, including FMEA, Control Plans and PPAPs. Use and understanding of SPC and Capability to identify and control process and product variation. Solid communication, teaching and leadership skills.

    Quality Assurance FAIR Inspector R1192087

    Complete First Article Inspection Reports (FAIR) to AS9102 requirements using DISCUS / NetInspect software.

    FAIRS

    Review Customer Flow Down requirements as well as material and process certifications identified on the Drawing or Purchase Order and verify parts meet all requirements. Participate in FAIR reviews with Customers. Familiar with completing Government Product Lot Testing (PLT), Government First Article Testing (FAT) and FAA Conformity Testing reports.

    Inspection

    Perform final dimensional and visual inspections. Performs in-process and final inspections to assure compliance with drawings, documentation and customer requirements.

    Source Inspection

    Acquire and maintain Source Inspections for multiple customers as the on-site DSQR (Delegated Source Quality Representative). Present documentation to outside Source Inspectors to acquire shipping approval. Review manufacturing documents including customer purchase orders, materials and processing documentation, and engineering specifications to determine product/process requirements and apply that information to the current job or work order with minimal or no assistance. Work directly with Customer when required

    Requirements: High School Diploma local equivalent (i.e. GED). Prefer 2 Year Technical Degree. Minimum of ten (10) years of inspection experience in an Aerospace, Military, or Machining Manufacturing ISO9001/AS9100 environment. Must be proficient in digital literacy to access production information.

    Quality Systems Specialist R1188867

    Quality: Improve systems that drive and sustain department quality improvement goals. Delivery: Establish a Quality System that aligns with business needs and drives product quality and variation reduction as well as audit compliance Compliance: Lead external audits of New Port Richey site. Develops audit strategy that encompasses product, process, and procedural conformance. Ensure that New Port Richey site quality management system maintains AS9100 certification requirements. Maintain document control database system and serve as system administrator.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Engineering or related field and 2 years’ experience overseeing a QMS. Shown operational planning and execution skills. Good understanding of aerospace quality systems including, but not limited to; planning, production, final and source inspection processes, and traceability/documentation requirements. Experience in ensuring safety and compliance management systems are in place and followed.


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    Excellent interpersonal skills to represent the company with the different collaborators such as customers, regulators, local authorities, etc. Quality Assurance experience and knowledge of ISO 9001/ AS 9100 standards and Quality Systems required. AS9100 certified lead auditor, preferred but not required.

    Senior Engineering Support Analyst R1194640

    The Senior Engineering Support Analyst is responsible for creating and maintaining product data in the ERP system. The role represents and interfaces globally with SAP teams including various departments concerning status holds on Pall products. The Senior Engineering Support Analyst is the key user for Pall’s ERP system dealing with product data integrations, upgrades, and analysis.

    Requirements: Must be proficient with SAP, Qlikview, and Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, & Visio. High School diploma (or equivalent) plus five years of experience in an engineering office environment. Must be familiar with the concepts of design configuration management and product data management. Ability to understand sophisticated processes and data interaction. Detail oriented with emphasis on accuracy. Strong organizational skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Team oriented and goal focused. Ability to authoritatively represent the company.

    Deburr/Finisher II R1184703

    Remove burrs from machined parts using various hand and power tools. Set-up and operate all equipment (i.e. Deburr Bench, various Grinders, etc.) in the Deburring area. Manufacture product to specifications and requirements. Maintain all records required by the Company. Learn the processes and equipment in the Deburr area. Polish and blend surfaces. Work with basic precision measuring instruments (including caliper, micrometer, drop indicator, etc.). Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers and data, Follower Tags, ATP, Slitter Sheets, etc. Work with co-workers to ensure quality and production standards meet objectives. Perform related tasks as assigned.

    Requirements: High School Diploma or local equivalent (i.e. GED). Minimum of two (2) years performing deburr/finishing tasks. Solid understanding of geometry and trigonometry. Read basic blueprints. Maintain deburring equipment.

    Understand, follow and communicate verbal and written instructions.

    Production Supervisor (Elements) 1st Shift: R1195294; 2nd Shift: R1195205

    Supervise daily manufacturing operations in assigned value stream(s) to meet production requirements and to deliver quality products to customers in a timely and cost-efficient manner. Manage the use of resources and raw materials in the most efficient and productive manner possible to meet operating plan and budgetary commitments. Ensure compliance with all Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) rules, product documentation, specifications, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and customer requirements as required. Work closely with Production Planners; oversee stockroom activities and transactions, and work order close out. Work effectively with Quality Assurance and Shipping departments to coordinate timely shipment of products. Integrate Danaher Business System (DBS) into value stream operations including updating production charts (Visual Management tools), report production metrics and activities, team goals and countermeasures to management during Daily Management meetings, and associate training.

    Support and emphasize Safety and Quality commitments of the value stream – make decisions concerning these commitments within the area. Assist in the recruitment and onboarding of new hires. Identify, facilitate, and verify appropriate training for associates in the area. Manage associate performance and development including recognition, feedback, corrective / disciplinary actions, training, and developmental processes, and daily attendance. Support Talent Management goals; conduct recognition and disciplinary actions for associates.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline with a preference of 2 years of manufacturing experience or a minimum preference of 5 years of manufacturing experience. Prefer 2 years of managing/supervising a team within a manufacturing setting including talent acquisition, talent development, and performance management (i.e. disciplinary actions, coaching, etc.). Ability to manage multiple priorities in a manufacturing plant setting.


    www.pall.com/careers


    Knowledge of manufacturing tools and equipment. Strong professional writing skills and ability to prepare technical reports. Strong communication/interpersonal skills with all levels of the organization. Ability to understand GMPs and other regulatory guidelines applicable to the aerospace industry. Strong assessment and troubleshooting skills. Work in and facilitate a team-oriented environment. Collect and analyze data and information to determine paths for process improvement and potential root cause/corrective actions in the case of exceptions. Ability to respond to detailed inquiries, and present information to groups and senior management. May be required to supervise multiple groups.

    Must be proficient in computer skills to access production information as required. Enterprise software experience (i.e. SAP) preferred. Must have experience in MS Excel and MS Word.

    Manual Machinist II: 2nd Shift – R1181994

    Inspect work using precision measuring instruments (hand gauges, micrometers, calipers, height gauge, functional gauges, optical comparator aka shadow graph). Work with complex castings and forgings as well as machine parts from bar stock. Read and understand all types of drawings (i.e. blueprints, detailed engineering sketches, etc.) required to machine parts such as castings, forgings. Deburr parts during machining operations. Work with various types of inspection equipment to ensure quality. Troubleshoot and diagnose machine process issues. Perform basic set-up.

    Understand and use measuring equipment. Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, hazard recognitions, routers and data. Selects proper holding devices, chucks, collets, faceplates, vices, sine plates, etc. Requirements: High School diploma or local equivalent (i.e. GED). Minimum five (5) years of experience working on manual machining equipment. Possesses functional knowledge of general dimensioning and tolerancing. Understand, follow and communicate verbal and written instructions. FAA certification may be required. Frequent lifting up to 35 pounds. Lift up to 50 pounds with assistance. Lifting frequency: Daily. Pass visual acuity exam. Maintain a clean and safe work environment. Perform preventive maintenance on machines. Work safely by following all safety procedures.

    Team Leader (Elements): 3rd Shift R1191232

    Collaborate with Cell Leaders and Value Stream leader to ensure our goals for Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Productivity are met or exceeded while producing product to specification requirements. Measure, build, fabricate and assemble components per SOPs, schematics, blueprints, engineering orders, and job sheets using hand tools, power tools, jigs, fixtures, and miscellaneous equipment. Performs the set-up, calibration, testing, and troubleshoots equipment. Complete all paperwork as required including scorecards, and hazard recognitions, Routers, Follower Tags, ATP, Slitter Sheets. Key transactions to maintain inventory accuracy, and issuance to the job. Move/”Float” within the Cabin Air Lines. Update charts and SQDIP. Assign daily tasks to co-workers. Sign-off on test data. Scrap parts according to SOPs. Ensure that co-workers are trained in the various processes and procedures. Perform Kamishibai daily.

    Communicate ideas, problems, and concerns to management. Perform basic maintenance for the equipment. Requirements: Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Minimum of five (5) years of related experience. Knowledge and experience in assembly and testing of electrical and mechanical components and assemblies. Basic Math Skills (i.e. Shop Math). Lead, mentor and coach co-workers. Ability to read and understand blueprints, verbal and written work instructions. Ability to use all measuring equipment (i.e. height gauge, clippers, micro-ohm meter). Must be computer literate (i.e. MS Office Excel, SAP, AS400).

    For temporary positions, please contact: amber.ashton@kellyservices.com.


  • January 13, 2022 11:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    HEICO Aerospace – Seal Dynamics LLC

    Supply Chain Coordinator

    Location: Tampa, FL Job Category: Supply Chain

    Status: Full Time, Employee, Non-exempt Education Level: Bachelor’s Degree, preferred

    Shift: First Shift (Day)

    For more than 50 years, HEICO Corporation, a NYSE traded company, has thrived by serving niche segments of the aviation, defense, space and electronics industries by providing innovative and cost-saving products and services. HEICO’s high-energy culture focuses our Team Members’ on providing high quality products and services to our customer base, which is made up of most of the world’s airlines and the defense industry. Our leadership approach creates a dynamic environment that continually challenges our Team Members to perform their best. Forbes Magazine recently ranked HEICO as one of the 200 “Best Small Companies” and 200 “Hot Shot Stocks”.

    HEICO is currently recruiting for a Supply Chain Coordinator for its Seal Dynamics Business Unit, located in Tampa, FL.

    Overview

    This entry level position will report to the Supply Chain Manager within the New Product Development Group performing a wide variety of duties related to Supply Chain according to established policies and procedures in order to ensure smooth flow of daily customer transactions.

    Responsibilities

    • Interfaces extensively with internal and external stakeholders to ensure seamless coordination and hand-off between all contributors to the Supply Chain function
    • Acts as the liaison between the Sales Team and Supply Chain Group
    • Manages customer accounts by serving as the main point of contact to the HEICO and Seal Dynamics inside and field sales teams
    • Answers customer inquiries, complaints, and requests for item availability/ lead times
    • Utilizes SyteLine ERP system for customer and purchase order maintenance
    • Assists with record keeping and data entry
    • Processes customer returns
    • Generates a weekly late backlog report that is presented to Senior Management
    • Works closely with the Buyer to manage supplier deliveries
    • Ensures customer orders ship on requested due dates by prioritizing incoming product inspections and removing order holds

    Requirements

    • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word and Internet search engines and browsers.
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to multitask and prioritize efficiently
    • Ability to work well under pressure and effectively problem-solve
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Sense of urgency

    Experience

    • Experience with ERP, Excel knowledge required
    • BS degree in Supply Chain, Business, Engineering, or another related field, preferred
    • Business to business Customer Service, Procurement and/or Supply Chain Experience, preferred

    The successful candidate must be detail-oriented, hardworking, and a team player with the ability to effectively articulate findings. Strong computer skills are needed to succeed in this role. This is a great position for someone who wants a challenging job, a chance to learn an exciting business, and the opportunity to grow in a successful company. A strong interest in working in a sales/ customer service environment that supports a technical/engineering group would be of value. Working conditions are normal for an office environment.

    No relocation will be provided.

    Seal Dynamics offers growth opportunity, competitive compensation, an excellent 401K plan, and medical, dental, life, and disability insurance.

    Please, no phone calls or faxes will be accepted. Seal Dynamics is proud to be an EEO/AA/V/H employer. For additional information about Seal Dynamics visit us online at www.sealdynamics.com.


  • January 13, 2022 11:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Seal Dynamics – N.P.D.G.

    13780 McCormick Drive

    Tampa, FL. 33626

    Section No.

    SDQA-001A

    Issue Date:

    01/2017

    Revision Level:

    IR

    Revision Date:

    N/A

    FLSA Status:

    Non-Exempt

    JOB TITLE:     QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR I

    Dept:  Quality

    Salary Grade: N/A

    Reports to:   Quality Manager

    SUMMARY:

    The Quality Assurance Inspector will perform routine checks, tests, gauging, and instrument inspections of materials, goods in process, and finished goods.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    ·         Perform assigned inspections on parts, product in process, and finished product

    ·         The ability to use a CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine) for acceptance of product is preferred.

    ·         Inspect visually for obvious defects

    ·         Compare results with quality standards

    ·         Report inspection and test results to Quality Manager

    ·         Identify defectives and segregate from acceptable product

    ·         Notify Quality Manager and Program Engineer when inspection data exceeds acceptable limits or when major incidents of poor quality are noted

    ·         Record results on inspection forms or charts and report number of defects found

    ·         Post and maintain forms and charts of inspection data, quality levels, or special quality studies as required

    ·         Support the quality record retention requirements by assisting with filing and maintenance of Quality Records

    ·         Assist with scrap processing and removal of test and product samples as required

    ·         Work alternate shifts and/or overtime as required

    ·         Adhere to all Seal Dynamics, Quality & Safety Procedures

    ·         Other duties as assigned

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    None

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    ·         High school graduate or equivalent

    ·         Blueprint Reading

    ·         Proficiency with computer based applications, Microsoft Office and Excel as a minimum

    ·         American Society for Quality Certified Quality Inspector a plus

    ·         Experience with inspection gauges and test equipment preferred

    ·         Knowledge of ISO 9000 Quality Systems preferred

    ·         Knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) a plus


    LANGUAGE SKILLS:

    Need the ability to communicate effectively with both employees and managers.

    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

    Need the ability to comprehend and apply basic mathematics.

    REASONING ABILITY:

    Need the ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift/and or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision capabilities are required for this job to perform tasks typically associated with inspection processes.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT:

    The work environment characteristics can be described at as that of a typical office environment.

    Please, no phone calls or faxes will be accepted. Seal Dynamics is proud to be an EEO/AA/V/H employer. For additional information about Seal Dynamics visit us online at www.sealdynamics.com.


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