• Bench Assembler Intermachining

    Location US-PA-Jeannette
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Skilled Trade
  • Overview

    To assemble, disassemble, deburr and perform sub-assemblies produced in the heavy machining area.



    A variety of hand tools, wrenches, punches, drifts, etc., presses, ovens, sub-zero freezers, de-burring and polishing tools, jigs, drills, reamers, taps, hammers, vices, testing equipment, torque wrenches, electrical heating elements, drill press, and safety equipment.   Measuring tools such as micrometers, calipers, gages, dial indicators, etc.  They will utilize various material handling equipment to move and position their work such as job cranes.



    Used: Various parts and sub-assemblies, gaskets, sealing compounds, lapping compound, bluing, abrasives, bolts, nuts, solvents, etc.


    1. Receives work assignment and instructions from supervision.
    2. Works from work order book, machining and assembly drawings and bill of materials, and complies with cell work processes.
    3. Receives parts for sub-assemblies in work area.
    4. Cleans, de-burrs, laps, lubricates, grinds, polishes, etc., parts as required.
    5. Assembles, fits and aligns governors, servo motors, regulators, oil and steam pumps, steam chest covers, gages, cam assembly, etc., requiring close tolerances.
    6. Sets unit on test stand, aligns and makes pre-test checks.
    7. Operates unit and makes operating adjustments and observations.
    8. Notes malfunctions and makes correction adjustments.
    9. Drills, taps, reams and punches holes as required.
    10. Degreases parts as required.
    11. Reports production count, time and identifying data verbally lo supervisor or inspector.
    12. Lubricates machine as required, wipes and keeps machine, tools and work place clean.
    13. Maintains good housekeeping by keeping tools, material and equipment in proper place.
    14. Reports defective material and equipment to supervision.
    15. Observes all safety rules.
    16. Checks and records height and width of nozzle ring blades and diaphragms.
    17. Installs sealing rings and strips.
    18. Scrapes and fits various parts such as bearing splits, liners, bearing housings, etc., prior to assembly.
    19. Performs simple layout for drilling and taping operations.
    20. Drills and taps for keys.
    21. Drills drain holes in diaphragm.
    22. Aligns, fits and assembles component parts using ajib hoist, overhead crane, or a worksaver to maneuver material.
    23. Applies turbo seal and/or silver seal to vertical joints.
    24. Preheats material with steam and electric heating element as required.
    25. Marks acceptable materials with work order number, match marks and part number.
    26. Reports production count, time and identifying data as required.
    27. Performs PM to machines and equipment
    28. Uses overhead crane in area as required.
    29. Uses fork lift truck to obtain and move material as required.
    30. Performs crane hooking and unhooking as required.
    31. Makes keys for turbine diaphragm from bar stock.


    The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.


    Must pass skills testing prior to interviewing.

    Must be available to work all shifts and overtime as needed.


    Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.


    No agency submissions please. NOTE: Resumes submitted to any Elliott Group employee without a current, signed and valid contract in place with the Elliott Group recruiting team will become the property of Elliott Group and no search fees will be paid.


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