Flowserve Corporation Precision Assembler in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Flowserve is the recognized world leader in supplying pumps, valves, seals, automation, and services to the power, oil, gas, chemical, and other industries. With more than 18,000 employees in more than 55 countries, we combine our global reach with a local presence.
The associate is responsible for disassembly, clean-up, inspection, and re-assembly of new and repaired seals to include receiving in and properly tagging incoming repairs. Demonstrate thorough knowledge of processes necessary to complete all assigned task within the shipping and receiving schedule. Demonstrates a good working knowledge of machine equipment functions and servicing. Ability to perform preventive maintenance as assigned. Demonstrates a working knowledge of shipping and receiving processes and parts pulling. He/she is also responsible for completing associated paper work and computer orders associated with each task. The schedule is Monday-Friday 8hr shifts from 8am - 5:00pm.
This position is located at the Tulsa QRC.
Thorough understanding of all tools, techniques and procedures required to accomplish the repair and assembly of a seal with minimal supervision. • Displays a thorough understanding of the QRC Scorecard. • Ensures that individual performance supports the QRC’s efforts at maintaining performance standards in the areas of safety, cycle time, on time performance, direct labor hours, and overtime $/day. Technical Skills • Demonstrates a good working knowledge of repair tooling applications and servicing. • Works closely with other Precision Assemblers to provide technical assistance to tooling related issues. • Displays advanced product knowledge of basic component seals, basic cartridge seals, bellows seals, and spring seals to include but not limited to QB, Uniseal series, BR series, GW series and ISC. Has specific skills in the areas of graphite gaskets, solid PTFE gaskets, U-cups, spring energized tec-rings, electro-polished parts, heat shrink processes static air testing and hydro-testing Communication Skills • Demonstrates an advanced ability to communicate daily repair workload, when new repairs are received in, and resolve incomplete paperwork issues with Customer Service. • Demonstrates an advanced ability to communicate all repair processes to peers and supervisors. • Capable of communicating suspected equipment or tool failure in a timely manner. Quality Assurance • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of inspection equipment, their functions and uses in order to ensure that all parts and assemblies are within specifications on the prints. • Capable of identifying and utilizing approved gauging methods to measure for fit and/or function for any parts with tolerances of .002 or less and utilizing proper measuring devices in order to determine free-length and load with immediate supervision. • Supports and participates in CIP processes. • Takes on an active role in at least one CIP from start to finish. • Actively participates in the Artisan Program. • Maintains Certified Artisan stamp. • Capable of conducting “As Found/Condition” reports with no immediate supervision. • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of ISO procedures and uses them to better manage work processes and identify problems. Safety • Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of complex ergonomic issues in the workplace and able to perform detailed analysis to resolve them. • Able to evaluate complex workplace injuries and provide resolution to them. • Monitors reported injuries and recommends improvements to reduce injuries. • Has thorough understanding of regulatory compliance in order to be aware of accident prevention. • Actively participates and completes all company sponsored training venues as scheduled. • Demonstrates thorough understanding of MSDS and how to locate them. • Capable of identifying PPE as related to one’s job, and what application it is used for. • Consistently demonstrates the basic ability to clean up after self. • Picks up trash and debris and dispose of it properly, or places it where it will not pose a hazard to others. • Keeps work area clean throughout the day. Stacks materials and supplies orderly and secures them so they don't topple. • Disposes of combustibles and flammables properly. • Follows all planned housekeeping schedules communicated by the Lead.
• Diploma or High School Equivalent • Must have excellent communication skills • Must have basic Mechanical aptitude • 1-2 years of mechanical assembly experience.
Repair Processes • Demonstrates a good working knowledge of all tear down, inspection, assembly and testing equipment functions and servicing. • Demonstrates working knowledge of the process flow of parts and assemblies through the repair process. • Fully understands and implements all data entry systems and processes
Job Posting Category Operations
Employment Type Full time
Percentage of Approximate Travel Required 0%
Other Posting Location
Relocation Eligible No
Country United States of America
Req ID 35077BR