Performs tasks as directed by the product documentation coordinator. Documents new product assembly and updates old product documentation to reflect current manufacturing processes. As a Documentation Clerk will be responsible for maintenance of Engineering Library, set up new drawing file numbering system, CAD files, and specifications.
- Performs data entry and edits of our Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) business software database, including item cards, vendor cards, bills of material, routing cards, and media attachments.
- Create and edit documents and spreadsheets as required for product and component record keeping.
- Work directly with the Engineering department to ensure document deliverables are on time, and in compliance with AS9100 and ISO 9001 standards.
- Design and detail component parts based upon 3D assemblies provided by engineers or designers.
- Assist departmental efforts to convert hardcopy documentation to electronic format for on-line storage.
- Create and update patent drawings and technical illustrations.
- Check drawings and models for accuracy and design intent.
- Create and maintain product structures on ERP system.
- Support Engineering projects to improve production processes.
Education and Experience
- High school education or higher.
- Working knowledge of computer programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook).
- Excellent organizational and time management skills.
- Personable and a team player.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
- Able to work with people and understand their needs quickly.
- Good typing (i.e. 40+ wpm) and grammar skills.
- Must write legibly.
Physical and Mental Requirements
- Maximum weight to be handled is 50 pounds.
- The majority of the work is to be performed in a sitting position. The ability to remain sitting for up to 8 hours at a time if necessary.
- May occasionally perform duties in a standing, kneeling or squatting, position, and occasionally use a stair climber.
- May be required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, and reach with hands and arms.
- Good eyesight and the ability to distinguish color is necessary, and the ability to adjust focus for use of a computer monitor.
- Able to speak, read, write and understand English as it relates to performing job requirements.
- The work schedule consists of a five-day, 40-hour workweek, with overtime dependent on department needs.
- May be expected to visit the production floor, where the noise level is moderate to high noise level, with suitable lighting, and with a mild chemical odor and fumes.
Anything so delegated by management.
Acromag, Inc., Personnel Department
30765 Wixom Rd
Wixom, MI 48393
Acromag is an Equal Opportunity Employer