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Industrial Sewer/Upholsterer

Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Req ID 41070BR Date posted 01/11/2017 City Peshtigo State Wisconsin Country United States
Sew covers using industrial sewing machines
Apply covers to chairs
Understand and work with Manufacturing Work Instructions
Understand Standard Operating Procedures for both Manufacturing and Safety
Ability to read and comprehend prints
Ability to use a ruler
Recommends measures to improve production methods, equipment performance and quality of product
Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of department or work crew
Organizes parts within the work area to perform operations in an efficient manner
Cross trains in other areas and conducts other duties assigned by supervision
Dedicated to Quality, Standards and Procedures
Comply with the EH&S Policy and applicable regulatory and company EH&S rules and requirements
Report to supervision conditions or practices that are either unsafe or that may adversely impact the environment, to ensure prompt resolution of potential hazards
Attend scheduled EH&S training program
Actively support the organization’s efforts to meet or exceed EH&S goals and plans
Recommend improved EH&S practices

The incumbent is responsible for complying with UTC’s “Code of Ethics,” the “Policy Statement on Business Ethics and
Conduct in Contracting with the U.S. Government,” and related policies. In executing his/her responsibilities, incumbent
shall take all steps necessary to foster open communications and to support UTC’s compliance, business practices,
DIALOG, and Ombudsman programs.
Qualifications Less than 6 months of Industrial sewing experience preferred, but not required. Must have at least 0-6 months of experience working in a manufacturing environment.
Education High School Diploma or equivalent

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