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HELLER: an attractive employer for motivated professionals.

HELLER enjoys an excellent reputation as an employer. Today, the company is synonymous with attractive employment opportunities and a system of social values, giving equal consideration to business objectives and staff interests and ensuring that both are in balance.

Job opportunities with a future. Start your career at HELLER.

You know the direction you want to take. You like to take a straightforward approach and are looking for challenging and multi-faceted tasks. You are seeking an interesting challenge. It’s not your style to wait and see; instead you like finding solutions and taking a pro-active approach.

Then join HELLER and take responsibility from day one. A career at HELLER provides many opportunities for your personal development giving you the chance to actively shape your future. We count on your know-how and commitment. And we have a lot to offer you in return. Exciting fields of activity in an international company and ideal career opportunities await you.

If you are interested in one of the following positions please send your resume to:

Heller Machine Tools L. P.
Human Resources
1225 Equity Dr.
Troy, MI  48084

or via E-Mail to hushr@remove-this.heller.biz

  • Service

    • Provide troubleshooting for mechanical & electrical repair of machines and machining process issues over the phone with customer
    • Provide troubleshooting for mechanical & electrical repair of machines and machining process issues at customer sites
    • Analyze in detail complex mechanical and electrical machine and automation components for failure modes
    • Repair and/or rebuild major mechanical assemblies either in-house or at customer’s facility
    • Repair electrical and machine controls issues at customer’s site
    • Support the transportation of tooling and spare parts to customer site
    • Discuss and diagnose issues onsite with customer
    • Request spare parts through Aftermarket Sales group
    • Thoroughly document repairs on service reports
    • Track and document expenses on expense reports

  • Minimum 2 year degree. Combination business and technical degree preferred
  • At least 5 years hands-on experience with heavy metal removal product lines and processes

  • Hard Skills

    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints
    • Strong mechanical skills, including hydraulics, pneumatics, lubrication and coolant systems
    • Competent in machine control and interface diagnostics and repair
    • Strong background in Fanuc PLC and CNC (30i) systems
    • Strong background in Siemens PLC and CNC (840D) systems
    • Must have complete set of own tools appropriate to complete any required repairs. HELLER specific special tools will be provided

  • Soft Skills

    • Must have excellent planning skills
    • Must be able to manage time effectively
    • Communicate effectively with customer maintenance techs, customer plant engineers and management
    • Thorough understanding of HUS processes: Service Call (SV.PM.001)
    • Must be able to search the HUS job folders and Matrix to access drawing and parts information
    • Microsoft Office Product application capability (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point)
    • Manage time effectively

  • General Safety
  • ISO 9001 Quality System Awareness
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Awareness
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • HUS Network
  • Matrix
  • Physical exertion required
  • Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend and move about the facility
  • Extensive travel required, up to 90%
  • Safety glasses may be required while performing specific tasks
  • Hearing protection may be required while performing specific tasks
  • Steel toe safety shoes may be required while performing specific tasks

Works in both office and plant environment.

  • Design

    • Review project lineup documents/Info
    • Look for previous similar designs
    • Create design plan
    • Draft project program specification
    • Identify and develop NC programing specification
    • Review specification with customer (where possible)
    • Draft NC program by operation
    • Edit NC program
    • Conduct internal review of NC program
    • Facilitate NC program review with customer
    • Conduct NC program verification
    • Make NC program edits
    • Mount application. Try out NC program
    • Support project schedule for NC programs
    • Capability runoffs at HELLER and customer location
    • Production support activities
    • Customer service support
    • Support training activities at HELLER and Customer locations

  • Build

    • Install NC programs in machines
    • Install tools in machines
    • Edit NC program
    • Conduct application pre-acceptance run-offs
    • Support build process (program changes/ Tech support)
    • Update NC Program

  • Logistics

    • Submit latest machine programs from the floor (after machine pre-acceptance)
    • Notify EMD for “AS Shipped” backup

  • Installation

    • Save final NC Programs
    • Conduct application final acceptance run-offs

  • Service

    • Support troubleshooting issues over the phone with customer
    • Discuss and diagnose issue onsite with customer

  • Training

    • Technical support for customer training activities

  • Travel

    • 70% of total annual working hours

  • Quality

    • QOS (Quality Operating System)

      • Follow and support EM process map
      • Follow support and use EM procedures, work instructions and forms
      • Accept QOS auditor roles and responsibilities as assigned

    • Process Run-offs

      • Support pre-acceptance run-offs, use SPC and other analysis for corrective actions
      • Support final acceptance run-offs use SPC and other analysis for corrective actions

    • Corrective & Preventive Action

      • Support and complete PCAR assignments and due dates
      • Support and develop corrective/preventive actions
      • Report closure of corrective action
      • Suppport verification (effectiveness) of corrective actions

  • Minimum 2 year degree. Manufacturing technology or equivalent experience
  • Minimum 5 years machining or machine tool experience

  • Hard Skills

    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints
    • Ability to read process illustration documentation
    • Read and interpret CMM inspection reports
    • Strong mechanical skills
    • AutoCAD
    • NC Programming
    • Microsoft Office Product application capability (specifically Word, Excel, and Power point)
    • Thorough understanding of HUS processes: Design (EM.PM.001), Build (PR.PM.001), Logistics (ML.PM.005) and Installation (PR.PM.002)
    • Complete SPC runoffs
    • Complete process capability within process time cycle specification
    • Read and interpret cut view documentation

  • Soft Skills

    • Effective time management
    • Effective communication with customer, design suppliers, ancillary equipment suppliers, project manager and employees
    • Must be able to effectively communicate technical information

  • HELLER online training assignments
  • General Safety
  • ISO 9001 Quality System Awareness
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Awareness
  • Matrix
  • Additional training as required
  • Some physical exertion required
  • Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, and occasionally bend and move about the facility

Safety glasses may be required while performing specific tasks.

  • Works in an office environment with regular exposure to HUS and customer plants
  • Travel domestic and international as required
  • Assists in providing troubleshooting for mechanical & electrical repair of machines and machining process issues over the phone with customer.
  • Assists in providing troubleshooting for mechanical & electrical repair of machines and machining process issues at customer sites.
  • Assists in analyzing in detail, complex mechanical and electrical machine and automation components for failure modes.
  • Assists in repairing and/or rebuilding major mechanical assemblies either in-house or at customer’s facility.
  • Assists in repairing electrical and machine controls issues at customer’s site.
  • Support the transportation of tooling and spare parts to customer site.
  • Discuss and assists in diagnosing issues onsite with customer.
  • Request spare parts through Aftermarket Sales group.
  • Thoroughly document repairs on service reports.
  • Track and document expenses on expense reports.
  • Thoroughly document all service repairs and processes to review and utilize on future service calls.
  • Minimum or pursuing 2 year degree in related technical field preferred.
  • At least 2 years hands-on experience in manufacturing environments, preferably CNC machine tools, product lines and processes.

  • Required Skills

    • Analytical skills
    • Effective communication skills
    • Dependability, flexibility and punctuality
    • Strong work ethic
    • Self Motivated
    • Accepting of criticism/feedback and application to avoid future mistakes
    • Effective time management skills
    • Able to read and interpret basic mechanical and electrical drawings and diagrams

  • General Safety
  • ISO 9001 Quality System Awareness
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Awareness
  • SAP
  • HUS Network
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Training at HELLER Germany as necessary
  • Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, and occasionally bend and move about the facility.
  • Extensive travel required, up to 90%
  • Physical exertion required
  • Safety glasses may be required while performing specific tasks.
  • Hearing protection may be required while performing specific tasks.
  • Steel toe safety shoes may be required while performing specific tasks.   
  • Works in both office and plant environment.

Contact

Contact HELLER Machine Tools

Heller Machine Tools L.P.
1225 Equity Drive
Troy, Michigan USA 48084
Tel: +1 248 658 6600
Fax: +1 248 288 9560
sales.us@remove-this.heller.biz

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