Fabricates prototype parts, ensuring the end product conforms to requirements identified on the work order, customer blueprint, and/or specifications.
Sets up, operates, and maintains, under supervision, equipment required to fabricate basic prototype parts
Works with Senior Engineering Technician to gain experience on all the fabricating equipment and processes we use in the prototype group
Produces prototype fabrications in a timely and quality manner
Maintains accurate records of all time and expenses incurred in the fabrication of each prototype order
Must operate in a manner that reinforces, supports, and is consistent with the Cooper Standard Leadership Model
Ensures 6S, housekeeping, and health and safety standards are maintained
May, on occasion, be required to perform duties other than those specified in this description
Education and Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent required
Two Year College Degree or applicable Technical Training and Certification is preferred
Fabrication, blueprint reading skills, and equipment knowledge preferred
Strong mechanical aptitude
Ability to exchange basic information with common courtesy
Ability to lift up to thirty pounds regularly
Willingness and ability to travel, as necessary
Work Environment/Work Conditions:
Professional Office Environment
Must wear proper personal protection equipment while on the manufacturing floor
Travel to manufacturing facilities or customer locations when required
Equipment used requires proper training on the potential for and avoidance of injury
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