Coil Expander

Posted: April 13, 2020
Expires: May 31, 2020

Company: RAE Corporation
Location: Pryor, OK

Job Type: Full Time
Salary: 13.00/hr + bonuses

Job Description

  • Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations
  • Read and understand engineering drawings and instructions.
  • Read and understand the bills of material.
  • Operate crane and hoist safely.
  • Check work and ensure quality.
  • Contribute to team effort by working with others and accomplishing related functions as needed.
  • Complete any task as assigned by the supervisor as needed.
  • Comply with government regulations, laws, company policies and company procedures.
  • Work overtime as necessary.
  • Attend work as required.
  • Arrive for work on time.
  • Charge time accurately in time and attendance system on the computer to ensure accurate labor distribution and payroll.
  • Follow manufacturing instructions, work by oneself without constant supervision, be self-motivated and complete job assignments on time.
  • Care for tools and equipment. Advise maintenance of equipment that is not working properly.
  • Clean the work area as required.
  • Read a tape measure down to 1/16 of an inch.
  • Set up coil squarely on the expander table (utilizing tape measure).
  • Expand tubes using the specified expander ball size.
  • Identify the correct ball size according to schedule.
  • Determine whether the coil is condenser (oil) or water coil (steam or water) according to paperwork.
  • Expand the coil using the proper lubricant/expander table.
  • Dry out coil with an air hose.

Job Requirements

Education & Experience: A high school level of education is preferred for this position in order to continue upward advancement in the company. The employee must be able to understand directions from superiors.
Skills: Effective communications skills, good listening skills, ability to read and comprehend drawings and written instructions, basic mathematical skills, including the ability to read a tape measure down to 1/16 of an inch, ability to control operations of equipment or system, monitoring/assessing performance of yourself, other individuals or organization to make improvements or take corrective action, good people skills in order to work in teams with others in the organization.

Certificates, licenses or training: on-site training 

Contact

Eddie Puckett
918-825-7222

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