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Parts Development Coordinator

We are looking for a Parts Development Coordinator to join our team at our Manufacturing Plant in Delburne.

JOB TITLE:           Parts Development Coordinator

LOCATION:             Delburne, Alberta (40 minutes east of Red Deer)

REPORTS TO:       Parts Lead

DEPARTMENT:    Parts Development

WORK HOURS:   Full Time – 7:00 am – 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

Overtime dependent on workload involved.

Flexibility in work schedule required

Key Job Duties and Accountabilities –  Tasks include, but are not limited to:


Sales LiaisonA) Parts Development:

  • Receive and understand drawings/specifications.
  • Receive materials and make parts, using approved, established routines/methods.
  • Use Company provided tools, machines, and equipment. These may include, but are not limited to the following list: tape measures, grinders, portable impact drivers, hand shears, abrasive cut-off saws, Mag Drill, Drill Press, Ironworker, Cut to Length Line machine, Profiler, Roll Former (Three Roll Bending Machine), Panel Roll Former, Brake, Shear, Plasma Table, Band Saw, etc.
  • Work in cooperation with material handlers to facilitate the safe handling of incoming materials and outgoing parts.
  • Tag completed parts for further processing or final destination.
  • Respond when necessary via phone or radio to in-house personnel
  • Participate in shop housekeeping and clean up procedures as necessary/required.
  • Participate in inventory procedures as necessary/required.

B) SAFETY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide a good example: work in a manner that will not jeopardize your own safety or that of your fellow workers or anyone else on site.
  • Plan your moves! Use, and ensure the Parts Development department uses, safe procedures and ergonomically sound techniques when lifting or performing physical tasks – especially those that involve heavy weight or repetitive movement.
  • Access, as necessary, and comply with all applicable legislation in the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulation, and Code.
  • Access and comply with Noise Solutions Manufacturing Safety Policy, and all related safety policies, procedures, and Codes of Practice; in cooperation with the Parts Lead & Shop Foreman and the Occupational Health, Safety, and Environmental Coordinator
  • Understand fully the concept of de-energization, and the process required to de-energize equipment and bring it to a zero energy state. Zero energy refers not only to electrical energy, but includes mechanical, gravitational, hydraulic, pneumatic, and heat energy, etc. (For example, the overhead crane may be locked out at its main disconnect, but it is not de-energized if it still has a suspended load.)
  • Understand, and implement when necessary, compliant lockout/tag out procedures.
  • Inform the OHSEC or Parts Lead in regard to safety issues or hazard alerts.
  • In cooperation with the Health, Safety and Environmental Coordinator (OHSEC) and Management, participate in identifying, assessing, and controlling hazards; the development of safe work practices and procedures; and in the continuing evolution of the Company’s health and safety plans.
  • Use appropriately, all required personal protective equipment which includes but is not limited to the following list: employee provided, CSA approved, steel toed foot protection; Company provided, approved hand, eye, hearing, face, and clothing protection, and, as necessary, head and respiratory protection.
  • Know who the First Aiders and Emergency Wardens are; be prepared to provide support as necessary; read, understand, and comply with the First Aid and Emergency Response plans for your areas.
  • Report any accidents, incidents, near misses, or injuries immediately to the Parts Lead in charge of the area, and to the OHSEC.
  • Complete and submit, in a timely fashion, all required documentation (incident/near miss reports, investigations, maintenance requests, etc.).
  • Refuse unsafe work.
  • Prevent unsafe work. Stop anyone, whether an employee or not, from unsafe work or unsafe work practices while at Noise Solutions Manufacturing, or while performing work for Noise Solutions.
  • Participate in training opportunities which will include a mandatory Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) course. Ensure workers in your department are appropriately trained.
  • Maintain a good working knowledge of all Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS’s) pertinent to the Parts Development department and to any other accessed areas.
  • Maintain a clean, trip-free work area in regard to housekeeping.
  • Assist the Parts Lead Shop Foreman, OHSEC and management in the ongoing challenge to improve the Company’s health, safety, and environmental programs.

C) Relationships (External and Internal)

  • Internal: the Parts Lead, Shop Foreman, Office Staff and Other Parts Development team members; as requested
  • Production Planning Team
  • The OHSEC
  • Quality Control Inspector
  • Material handlers; assembling and welding lead hands and, as necessary, their team members; office staff

D) Skills Required – Technical

  • Ability to read drawings/blueprints
  • Fully competent in the use of all tools and equipment used by the Parts Development Department
  • Fully competent in all processes, techniques, and procedures used in the Parts Development Department

E) Skills required – Non-Technical

  • Proactive safety attitude
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Ability to organize
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Ability to work well independently
  • Good physical strength, flexibility, and stamina
  • Flexibility with hours and schedules
  • Diligent attention to detail
  • Proactive in identifying needs and creative in finding acceptable solutions
  • Pride in timeliness and quality of finished parts/jobs

F) Education and Experience Required

  • High school graduation preferred
  • Appropriate industry experience, including machine operation, required
  • Forklift certification, or the ability to complete certification requirements an asset
  • Overhead crane certification or the ability to complete certification requirements required
  • Current Standard First Aid Certificate an asset

Please send your resume and cover letter (include your salary requirements) to [email protected].

We thank all applicants for your interest. Please note that while we strive to review every resume submitted, we do not guarantee an interview.

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