FMC Technologies designs, manufactures and services technologically sophisticated systems and products such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry.
Subsea Technologies business segment encompasses a wide range of equipment and technologies that are required to explore, drill and develop offshore oil and gas fields. We have a strong global presence in all of the world’s major basins. Whether it is high-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) trees and wellheads, subsea controls and systems or production optimization services, we add value to our customers throughout the life of the field.
Subsea Services business unit provides subsea system service packages that provide strategic solutions to ensure optimal equipment performance and reliability while minimizing the total life cost of the subsea systems and service needs. These services support all phases of the asset’s life cycle, from the early planning stages through testing and installation, commissioning and operations, replacement and upgrades, interventions and decommissioning/abandonment on through maintenance, storage and preservations.
We currently have an opening for an Assembly Technician Lead at our Houston, TX location.
Summarize briefly the major function and purpose of the position.
Leads and coordinates the activities of one or multiple work cell teams to ensure that quality, safety, production, and performance commitments are fulfilled. Ensures seamless flow of production by performing advance planning of upcoming requirements and coordination of resources, tooling and facility. Trains, monitors and coaches team members to improve skill level, to ensure adherence to principles, policies and standards, and to improve safety, quality and process reliability in a cost effective manner.
What are the minimum qualifications an employee must have in order to perform the duties of the position? (I.e. educational requirements, licenses, certification, work experience, training, etc.) ?
• High school diploma or G.E.D.
• Three to five years in a shop and/or engineering environment with experience in at least one of the following manufacturing specialties: machining, fabrication, welding, assembly and testing or material handling.
• Familiar with Aftermarket North America Assembly – Work Process (LSCS-OPS-011).
• Basic blueprint reading skills are required.
• Familiar with Production Control and router operations, sub-contract operations, techniques, requirements, etc.
• Must be computer literate (SAP knowledge desirable). Must possess excellent communication skills: written, oral and listening.
• Excellent skills in problem solving, total quality management, ingenuity and initiative are required to coordinate problem resolution and to execute the schedule requirements within a team environment.
• Must model the behaviors defined by organizational Core Values, Ethics, personnel policies and citizenship principles.
• Meets assembler level III competency requirements.
Most of work is not subject to direct check. Possible errors may be serious, involving losses such as damage to equipment, waste of material, late delivery, etc.
The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Describe general working conditions (i.e. noise level, temperature, around heavy machinery)
Moderate to highly stressful work environment. Spends most of time in shop. Frequent exposure to possible shop hazards including heavy equipment, chemicals, flash burns, UV exposure, hot parts, eye injuries, high pressure and high noise levels.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Describe amount & frequency of physical requirements of the position (i.e. lifting, pushing, climbing)
Walking, standing and moderate lifting 50% of the time. Some climbing, bending, and stooping.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITY AREAS:
Identify the major duties and tasks accomplished by this position. For each duty, identify if it is an E - essential function or N - nonessential function of the job.
E/N Duties and Responsibilities
E Ensures the execution of Operations in the workshop.
E Plans and coordinates the activities of assigned teams to ensure that production commitments are met. Utilizes Aftermarket North America Assembly – Work Process (LSCS-OPS-011) toward the goal of meeting the committed performance results of the “balanced scorecard” (e.g. Quality, Cost, Delivery, Safety, etc.)
E Communicates business priorities and production requirements and ensures that team members understand and are committed to meeting or exceeding customer expectations. Ensures that members are functioning as a unit and are integrated around the objective of the team.
E Trains, monitors and coaches team members to improve skill level, to ensure adherence to manufacturing principles, policies and standards and to improve safety, quality and process reliability in a cost effective manner. Facilitates communications, problem resolution and provides appropriate candid feedback within the team.
E Interfaces with the Team Lead/Supervisor, and site support groups (maintenance, engineering, sales, service and suppliers) to utilize resources effectively to optimize “total business performance”.
E Acts as a technical resource providing guidance and expertise for team members in their daily technical work. May occasionally be called upon to fill in or help handle excess workload demands.
E Assist in the process of continuous improvement of the processes and methods to reduce inventory, increase competitiveness, and minimize work in process and to eliminate duplication of effort.
E Prepare requisitions, orders, and equipment lists, for supplies, parts and services.
E Monitor and maintain visual management throughout workshop.
This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform. All employees of FMC are expected to perform tasks as assigned by supervisory personnel, regardless of job title or routine job duties.
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