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ESOL Education - Adjunct / School of Education

MiTek Industries

ESOL Education - Adjunct / School of Education

Burnsville, MN
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Conduct testing on new and existing products for code evaluation reports, technical bulletins and technical reports. Collect data for use in design calculations, submittal calculations and research reports. Create submittal packages of photos, test data and production drawings for reports from independent testing companies. Provide input from testing on improving the performance of products and connectors. Build equipment, frames, forms and jigs used in testing. Create and modify production drawings of prototype connectors. Program Test Lab equipment. Mix and pour concrete, and test concrete cylinders.

    Required Skills

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS:

    ●Create wood, concrete or cold-formed steel test assemblies under the direction of engineering staff using typical shop equipment, hand tools and power tools. Disassemble and dispose of assemblies after testing.

    ● Build test equipment, frames, forms and jigs to hold, equipment, assemblies and materials. Conduct load tests in accordance with current Acceptance Criteria, instructions from the engineers and general specifications/guidelines. ● Records all test results through written test logs, computer generated data and digital photographs. ● Conduct tests on materials (wood, steel & concrete) to determine physical and strength properties. ● Create and/or modify production drawings of prototype connectors using AutoCAD or SolidWorks software. ● Create prototype connectors based on production drawings created in engineering.

    ● Process work orders thru Customer Service for connectors made thru manufacturing in Montgomery.

    ● Perform strength testing of epoxy products and accessories used in installation.

    ● Perform testing of shear wall systems including Zone 4 and Hardy Frame products and assemblies. ● Operate and maintain shop equipment, test equipment and testing facility. ● Maintain the inventory of raw materials used in the shop for testing purposes. ● Maintain and monitor moisture content of wood in conditioning room used in test assemblies. ● Maintain and monitor the corrosion test equipment. ● Record data collected from corrosion tests through written logs, computer generated data and digital photographs. ● Communicate with independent testing agencies to obtain test witnessing quotes and schedule witnessed testing days. ● Create written technical reports containing information on test assemblies, fasteners, failure modes and load/deflection graphs and charts. ● Compile and submit data to independent testing companies for formal test reports.

    ● Review drafted formal test reports from independent testing companies to ensure accuracy and consistency. ● Exercise good judgment in constructing test assemblies and/or conducting tests, and in the execution of other duties, within prescribed limits, for the purpose of improving the assembly, test procedure, or load capacity of connector. ● Travel to lumber yards, hardware stores, independent test labs or other facilities to pick up or deliver materials as required by engineering or in the normal execution of duties.

    ● Provide feedback to engineering staff regarding current or past testing to assist in creating a better performing product. ● Assist with preparation of tests and/or witnessing testing as a representative of USP at outside independent testing facilities as needed. ● Design, mix and pour concrete. Test concrete cylinders according to applicable test standards. ● Program the Turret, Mill, Tension/Compression testers, and any other machinery in order to make prototypes, jigs, and test products. ● Attendance at work during the regularly scheduled shift is an essential duty. Perform other duties as assigned.

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS ● Safety: Must have an outstanding safety record and follow all safety policies and procedures.Participate in safety training and meetings.Maintain clean and safe work area.Report all injuries/accidents near misses immediately to supervisor or a member of management.Report all unsafe acts and conditions.Use equipment and materials properly. ● Quality: Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. Monitor own work to ensure quality. Apply feedback to improve performance. Look for ways to improve and promote quality ● Quantity: Meet productivity standards without diminishing quality of work. Strive to increase productivity. Work at keeping waste down. Complete work in a timely manner. ● Dependability: Take responsibility for own action. Commit to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals. Willing to work overtime whenever necessary. Follow instructions, responds to management directions. ● Ability to interact professionally with others; including co-workers, vendors and customers.

    Required Experience

    • SKILLS AND ABILITIES: ● Associate Degree in Machine Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Technology or Related Field. ● Familiar with wood, concrete and cold-formed steel construction. ● Experience operating and maintaining power tools used in wood frame construction, sheet metal fabrication tools (presses, brakes, etc) and metal fabrication equipment (iron worker, wire feed welder, etc). ● Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) and photo editing software. ● Experience with 3D CAD software (SolidWorks and/or AutoCAD) ● Experience with CNC machine programming. ● Experience with data acquisition software and hardware a plus. ● Valid Minnesota driver’s license. Ability to read and write English
    LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read and write English
    
    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
    REASONING ABILITY: Apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions.  Comprehend job training and safety instructions.
    COMPUTER SKILLS: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) and Adobe Acrobat Standard. Experience with data acquisition software and hardware a plus. Experience with CAD software (AutoCAD and/or SolidWorks) a plus.
    CERTIFICATES & LICENSES: High School Diploma or GED; Associate Degree in Machine Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing Technology or Related Field.
    OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Read a tape measure, use micrometer, voltmeter, and calipers.  Knowledge of blueprint reading.  General knowledge of technology or electronics helpful.
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. 
    Physical Demands:                                                      Lift/Carry                                
    Stand                           F (Frequently)                          10 lbs or less                O (Occasionally)
    Walk                            F (Frequently)                          11-20 lbs                      O (Occasionally)
    Sit                                O (Occasionally)                        21-50 lbs                      F (Frequently)
    Handling / Fingering     F (Frequently)                         51-100 lbs                    O (Occasionally)
    Reach Outward               O (Occasionally)                   Over 100 lbs                 N (Not Applicable)
    Reach Above Shoulder   O (Occasionally)                   Push/Pull
    Climb                           O (Occasionally)                        12 lbs or less                O (Occasionally)
    Crawl                           O (Occasionally)                        13-25 lbs                      O (Occasionally)  
    Squat or Kneel              F (Frequently)                          26-40 lbs                      F (Frequently)           
    Bend                            F (Frequently)                          41-100 lbs                    O (Occasionally)
    N (Not Applicable) Activity is not applicable to this occupation.
    O (Occasionally)    Occupation requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0 - 2.5+ hrs/day)            
    F (Frequently)      Occupation requires this activity from 33% - 66% of the time (2.5 - 5.5+ hrs/day)
    C (Constantly)      Occupation requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+hrs/day)
    
    OTHER PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
    Vision (Near, Distance, Peripheral, Depth Perception), Sense of Sound, Smell, Taste, Touch; Able to wear required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:  While performing the duties of this job, the operators may be exposed to the following; moving mechanical parts, moving product parts, vibration, moving forklifts, coolants, noise levels requiring hearing protection. Exposure to environment.; heat and humidity, cold, wet conditions and outside weather conditions.
    
    
    
  • Qualifications

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS:

    ●Create wood, concrete or cold-formed steel test assemblies under the direction of engineering staff using typical shop equipment, hand tools and power tools. Disassemble and dispose of assemblies after testing.

    ● Build test equipment, frames, forms and jigs to hold, equipment, assemblies and materials. Conduct load tests in accordance with current Acceptance Criteria, instructions from the engineers and general specifications/guidelines. ● Records all test results through written test logs, computer generated data and digital photographs. ● Conduct tests on materials (wood, steel & concrete) to determine physical and strength properties. ● Create and/or modify production drawings of prototype connectors using AutoCAD or SolidWorks software. ● Create prototype connectors based on production drawings created in engineering.

    ● Process work orders thru Customer Service for connectors made thru manufacturing in Montgomery.

    ● Perform strength testing of epoxy products and accessories used in installation.

    ● Perform testing of shear wall systems including Zone 4 and Hardy Frame products and assemblies. ● Operate and maintain shop equipment, test equipment and testing facility. ● Maintain the inventory of raw materials used in the shop for testing purposes. ● Maintain and monitor moisture content of wood in conditioning room used in test assemblies. ● Maintain and monitor the corrosion test equipment. ● Record data collected from corrosion tests through written logs, computer generated data and digital photographs. ● Communicate with independent testing agencies to obtain test witnessing quotes and schedule witnessed testing days. ● Create written technical reports containing information on test assemblies, fasteners, failure modes and load/deflection graphs and charts. ● Compile and submit data to independent testing companies for formal test reports.

    ● Review drafted formal test reports from independent testing companies to ensure accuracy and consistency. ● Exercise good judgment in constructing test assemblies and/or conducting tests, and in the execution of other duties, within prescribed limits, for the purpose of improving the assembly, test procedure, or load capacity of connector. ● Travel to lumber yards, hardware stores, independent test labs or other facilities to pick up or deliver materials as required by engineering or in the normal execution of duties.

    ● Provide feedback to engineering staff regarding current or past testing to assist in creating a better performing product. ● Assist with preparation of tests and/or witnessing testing as a representative of USP at outside independent testing facilities as needed. ● Design, mix and pour concrete. Test concrete cylinders according to applicable test standards. ● Program the Turret, Mill, Tension/Compression testers, and any other machinery in order to make prototypes, jigs, and test products. ● Attendance at work during the regularly scheduled shift is an essential duty. Perform other duties as assigned.

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS ● Safety: Must have an outstanding safety record and follow all safety policies and procedures.Participate in safety training and meetings.Maintain clean and safe work area.Report all injuries/accidents near misses immediately to supervisor or a member of management.Report all unsafe acts and conditions.Use equipment and materials properly. ● Quality: Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. Monitor own work to ensure quality. Apply feedback to improve performance. Look for ways to improve and promote quality ● Quantity: Meet productivity standards without diminishing quality of work. Strive to increase productivity. Work at keeping waste down. Complete work in a timely manner. ● Dependability: Take responsibility for own action. Commit to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals. Willing to work overtime whenever necessary. Follow instructions, responds to management directions. ● Ability to interact professionally with others; including co-workers, vendors and customers.