Cell Technician

Wärtsilä Pumps & Valves is a specialist provider of pumps, valves and related systems for marine and offshore/onshore oil & gas markets. The business has a strong focus on offshore drilling and production vessels. The valves product is also widely used for fire protection services at onshore oil and gas installations.

Wärtsilä Valves Limited are a UK based valve manufacturing plant based in Hull, supplying a wide range of manual and actuated process valves in steel, non-ferrous, high alloy and composite materials for the global energy industries; Offshore Oil and Gas, FPSO / FSO, Petro-Chemical, Power Generation, LNG, Naval Marine, Marine Services, Waste Water Treatment & Pipelines. Offering a wide range of gate, ball, globe, butterfly and check valves.

Wärtsilä Valves ltd currently have a vacancy for a Cell Technician to join our busy Production team based in Hull.
Application deadline 2017-09-25
Position description The Cell Technician will support the Cell Team Leader with the output of the manufacturing cell using a 'total flexibility' in valve assembly, hydro testing, production orders and material movement.
Responsibilities • Working to Engineering drawings and following any relevant processes.
• Using a variety of measuring equipment to verify product conformance
• Working as part of a team and reporting to the Cell Leader.
• Work with customer third party inspectors in the compliance to inspection test procedures.
• Clocking onto production orders.
• Complete assembly builds within the routed time. Highlight when time has not been met and offer suggestions for improvements.
• Identify areas for continuous improvement in the product.
• To play an active part in the pursuance of continuous improvement relating to the methods and processes employed.
• Ensure housekeeping is maintained to the required standard..
• Be personally aware of and abide by the company’s Health and Safety policies and practices.
• Undertake personal development as and when required for the position.
• Maintain safe working practices for self and others in accordance with the Company’s policy on Health and Safety.
• Identify assembly/tester stamp on goods and paperwork for traceability.
• Ensure excessive issued components are returned to stock.
• Ensure best practices are adhered to remove opportunity for non-conformance.
• Identify and highlight non-conformance immediately to supervisor and support quality staff in rectification/corrective actions. Move goods to quarantine area.
• Other activities as required
Requirements • Proven exposure within an engineering manufacturing environment/ apprentice served.
• Ability to work effectively within a team environment
• Understanding of production targets
• Clear communicator
Country United Kingdom
Job area Engineering

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