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Job Code Job Title Job Description Provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging 001 Executive Assistant conference calls, and scheduling meetings. May also train and supervise lower-level clerical staff, billing and/or sales service function. Under general supervision, provide general administrative support to a department or group of professionals. Administrative 002 Exercise considerable discretion and independent judgment. Is capable of analyzing complex information requests Assistant and determining appropriate solutions. Experienced level of professional purchasing activities, typically requiring a bachelor's degree in business and 3-5 years of experience, or equivalent. Incumbents at this level have the authority to purchase at the most favorable price consistent with quality, quantity, delivery and other factors, raw materials, equipment, machinery and/or Purchasing supplies for the operation of the organization. Prepares bid specifications, receives bids and makes purchases of 003 Manager commodities or goods where the financial impact is moderate. May work directly in support of line operations and in collaboration with department managers, engineers or operations staff. Participates in the selection of vendor sources and has considerable latitude in determining acceptable price. Materials purchased are processed, consumed or used in the organization and are not purchased for direct resale. This is not a merchandising buyer. First level of professional purchasing activities, typically requiring a bachelor's degree in business or equivalent and 0-3 years of experience, or equivalent. Under supervision of a purchasing manager and/or with direction from senior purchasing staff, performs purchasing duties of limited scope and authority. Prepares bid specifications, 004 Purchasing/ Buyer receive bids and make purchases of commodities or goods where the financial impact is limited. May work directly in support of line operations and in collaboration with department managers, engineers or operations staff. Materials or equipment purchased are processed, consumed or used in the organization and are not purchased for direct resale. Plan, conduct broad engineering project assignments normally involving several small highly technical projects or 005 Aero Engineer I one major project of high complexity where guidelines are broad in nature. Position has considerable latitude due to non-judgmental action or decision. Requires a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent. Includes occupations concerned with the design and installation of integrated systems of personnel, materials, machinery, and equipment. Accessory techniques may include those used in mechanical and various other engineering specialties. Typical specialization are plant layout; production methods and standards; costs control; quality control; time, motion, and incentive studies; and methods, production, and safety engineering. Requires BS+ 006 Aero Engineer II 3-7 yrs or MS+ 1-4 yrs, or equivalent experience. Demonstrates creativity and ingenuity in applying eng. principles/practices. Has wide range of experience in a specialization and may have knowledge of other eng. fields. Generally creative at problem solving. Assignments are stated in terms of objectives, requiring project planning and judgment. Work is broad in nature requiring minimal supervision or may have overall project responsibility. May act as lead on projects. Includes occupations concerned with the design and installation of integrated systems of personnel, materials, machinery, and equipment. Accessory techniques may include those used in mechanical and various other engineering specialties. Typical specialization are plant layout; production methods and standards; costs control; Mechanical 007 quality control; time, motion, and incentive studies; and methods, production, and safety engineering. Requires BS+ Engineer I 0-3 yrs, or equivalent exp; entry level. Is able to draw solutions from formal training or experience. Under general supervision uses established policies and procedures to complete work that is slightly routine to varied in nature for part of a major project or for projects of moderate complexity. May provide direction to technicians. Responsible for research or development work, solution of problems, design of new models, mechanisms involving application of more than one of the following factors: pneumatic, electric, electronic, hydraulic, refrigeration, optics, chemical or mechanical. Coordinate development and design problems with research engineering, tooling and Mechanical manufacturing. Follow-up on building of design and life test models. Analyze test results and develop new ideas as 008 Engineer II suggested by tests. Prepare design drawings and estimates of development costs. Responsible for determining and establishing specifications and standards. Follow-up on building of pilot production model. Discuss and consult with sales, service or customer on product requirements, specifications where design or manufacturing problems are involved. Supervises skilled employees performing various production activities, e.g., Assemblers, Welders, Machine Aero-Mechanical 009 Tenders, Fabricators, etc. (as opposed to supervisor who supervises employees performing essentially similar Technician I operations). Directs and coordinates activities of several manufacturing or service departments through subordinate supervisors. Full accountability for results in terms of costs, methods, quality and quantity of production, operations and Aero-Mechanical 010 Technician II personnel. Set up standards of performance, check progress, regulate interdepartmental flow of work, analyze serious delays and take remedial action. Interpret and clarify rules, regulations and general policies. Arrange for additional employees, shift and transfers. Adjust primary grievances in conjunction with first line supervisors. This position is the entry professional engineering level requiring a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent in proven experience. Perform routine engineering duties involving design, design analysis and simple tests. Following standardized procedures, responsible for routine parts or minor phases of an engineering project. Work Procurement & under close direction of engineering project leader. May use computer-aided equipment, or manually draw, to 011 Fabrication prepare a wide variety of complex conceptual drawings requiring a full understanding of functions and material Engineer requirements. Work from general instructions, complicated specifications and prototype layouts. May select and specify basic materials, standardized manufacturing procedures, assembly sequence, etc. Requires a general knowledge of materials, manufacturing processes and procedures. Responsible for expanding the company's product reach and profit revenues by identifying new markets and Business attracting new clients. Researches new business opportunities, identifies likely sales points, develops strategic 012 Development plans and sales strategies, and undertakes presentations to and negotiations with prospective customers. May work Manager with marketing and sales departments, government and industry peak bodies. Establish and maintain quality control, quality standards, inspection and test methods and procedures, determine and recommend inspection and test equipment required for incoming inspection / in process, sampling vendor and Procurement final test and inspection of finished products. Supervise inspection and test procedures, establish and maintain 013 Quality Engineer records for quality control. Responsible for scheduling work assignments, showing employees how to properly (Quality Manager) operate test equipment and measuring devices, and training new employees. Manage, train and deliver TQM and ISO concepts and program to the organization. May meet with supervisors from other departments to confer and coordinate and to solve problems and resolve issues. Final inspecting of a wide variety of parts of complicated form with very close tolerances, sub-assemblies and completed units. Plan inspection procedures and methods, make a wide variety of gauging set-ups, devise methods of checking unusual parts, determine allowable variations from standard. Make disposition of rejects. Check completed units for workmanship, proper operation, mechanical, hydraulic, electronic or electrical requirements. Assist lower class inspectors. Use large calipers, gauge blocks, hardness testers, comparators, 014 Quality Supervisor optical devices, indicators, meters. Responsible for coordinating designated quality initiatives, such as European standards (ISO 9000, 9001, 9002, etc.), Statistical Process Control (SPC), or Total Quality Management (TQM). Requires a bachelor's degree and 2+ years of experience, or equivalent. Responsible for preparation and delivery of related training, measuring and recording organization performance progress, serving as a liaison to outside consultants and auditors and participating in vendor qualification. Follow standardized procedures or detailed instructions. Visually inspect or check a few points of small parts with 015 Quality Inspector acceptance limits clearly defined or reference samples furnished. Use simple gauges or “go-no-go” type, direct reading gauges requiring only reasonable care and dependability. Runs the day-to-day operations of the organization and finds ways to make the company more productive by providing effective methods in its business operations. Responsible for preparing program budgets, facilitating 016 Operations Manager several programs around the company, controlling inventory, handling logistics, interviewing, and supervising employees. Must have strong leadership background, know how to handle problems quickly and efficiently, and have great communication skills. Bachelor’s degree plus experience in management required. General responsibility for all manufacturing operations only, including machining, fabrication, and assembly. High 017 Production Manager degree of judgment and ingenuity required to deal with complex factors not easily evaluated, making decisions based on conclusions for which there is little precedent. Direct and coordinate activities of several manufacturing or service departments through subordinate supervisors. Full accountability for results in terms of costs, methods, quality and quantity of production, operations and Production 018 Supervisor personnel. Set up standards of performance, check progress, regulate interdepartmental flow of work, analyze serious delays and take remedial action. Interpret and clarify rules, regulations and general policies. Arrange for additional employees, shift and transfers. Adjust primary grievances in conjunction with first line supervisors. Assemble a variety of products. Handle light and average weight parts, hand and power tools. Select assemble methods. Fit parts to close tolerances involving filing, scraping of bearings and flat surfaces. Align and adjust parts Fabrication 019 for free working and proper operation. Align and drill mating parts in assembly, drill and ream for dowel pins. Make Technician II operating tests and final adjustments. Assists supervision in the assignment of work, training of employees and completion of required paperwork. Assemble minor units with a small number of details following standardize methods. Handle very light parts. Use Fabrication hand and simple power tools. Simple fitting involved, reaming, tapping, and filing of non-critical parts, simple 020 Technician I adjustments or alignment of parts for free working. Make simple tests of completed unit following prescribed procedure and limits of acceptance. Assembling, minor fitting, adjusting, and testing. Responsible for evaluating workload, preparing schedules, giving clear work directions, trouble-shooting, and setting deadlines to ensure timely completion and accuracy of equipment for production use. Ensures all equipment 021 Tooling Manager is maintained, calibrated and functioning at peak efficiency at all times. Manages direct reports and assure that company policy is adhered to and performance objectives are attained. Oversees all tooling training. General responsibility for small tool crib. Issue tools, dies, jigs and fixtures upon request, or according to instructions, drawings, operation sheets, tool lists. Check for obvious damage, necessity of repairs or sharpening. 022 Tooling Specialist Make record of withdrawals and receipts through card or check system. Issue supplies, maintain tool and supply stocks, issue purchase requisition when stock is low. Select storage spaces. Grind drills, ordinary milling, cutters, taps, reamers, etc. Supervise normal shipping, receiving and/or packing operations of assembling orders, packing and/or crating for 023 Logistics Manager shipment, counting materials received and keeping records. Count, weigh and check incoming material and supplies. Make out receiving reports, report shortages and Logistics damaged material. Assemble orders for shipment, count, weight and check against shipping order, report 024 shortages. Label or stencil shipping containers. Select routing and carrier when not specified by customer. Supervisor Arrange for pick-up by carrier. Operate truck to make pick-ups and deliveries between plants, railroad sidings or express depots. Check or assist 025 Truck Driver, Local in the loading or unloading of trucks. Check quantities of goods received; obtain proper signatures for deliveries. (Driving usually confined within city or suburban areas.) Responsible for overall control / movement of materials in and out of plants, warehouses and points of distribution. 026 Materials Manager Responsible for directing and administering purchasing, production scheduling and control, inventory and warehouse stock control, warehousing, sales order entry, customer service, traffic and shipping. Under supervision from the Materials Manager, performs supervisory, technical and administrative duties in the materials procurement and warehousing operations. Supervises one or more Inventory Control Specialists; assists in hiring, training, evaluation, and disciplining employees. Plans, organizes, and implements inventory operations Materials 027 Supervisor and procedures; supervises Physical Inventory Count. Reviews daily inventory activity; maintains accurate inventory master files, manufacturer and catalog numbers, minimums and material descriptions. Remains current on new and obsolete materials. Maintains adequate levels of inventory stock. Researches vendor, pricing, and manufacturer information; inputs all required data to initiate requisitions and purchase orders. By means of hand trucks, hand lifts, electric hoist, and other power driven equipment, move cases, crates, packaged merchandise, and other material about a warehouse, between loading platform and storage areas. Load 028 Materials Handler II and unload railroad freight cars and trucks; stack and otherwise store merchandise in designated areas in the warehouse; pack and wrap merchandise when required. Work from requisitions, orders, stock lists. Select a wide variety of materials and supplies, accumulate orders, and 029 Materials Handler I deliver to distribution center or departments. Report shortages, assist in putting stock away, selecting bin or shortage locations, and taking inventory.
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