Corporate Overview Hubbell Incorporated was founded in 1888 and has grown into an international manufacturer of quality electrical, lighting and power solutions with more than 75 brands used and recognized around the world. Our founder, Harvey Hubbell, developed tooling and equipment to serve the growing demand for new assembly and manufacturing machinery during the industrial revolution. An early, and one of many patents awarded, came for the creation of the first practical method to control electricity through the pull chain socket that remains unchanged today. As a market leader in reliable, electrical solutions, we provide more than half a million products delivered through our various business groups. Hubbell is committed to continually innovating solutions that work, transforming old products with new ideas, and ensuring that we Energize, Enlighten and Empower the communities that support us.
Hubbell Construction & Energy (HCE) focuses on products to support four business segments: Connectors, Grounding & Tooling, Gas Connectors & Accessories, Harsh & Hazardous, and Distribution. With markets in renewable energy, lighting, transportation, data center, telecom, utility, extreme environment, gas and water distribution, power generation and oil & gas, we guarantee that our products set the standards for industry solutions. Our success not only depends on our value proposition, but on the strength, knowledge and expertise of our employees.
Under close supervision performs light mechanical assembly work of low complexity and limited scope. Simple assembly procedures are involved which require primarily manual dexterity
Duties and Responsibilities
Essential Duties and Responsibilitiesinclude the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Follows operating practices for applicable machinery for proper assembly, set up, shut down.
Follows simple work instruction to manual assemble parts.
Loads and unloads material, parts or products onto or from pallets, racks.
Delivers metal parts or stock to designated work area for machining.
Removes metal chips and shavings from surfaces of machine and wipes surfaces of machine to remove excess oil.
Cleans around work area.
Separates metal chips, shavings, and scrap materials from trash and places them in scrap bins for resale.
Removes burrs or excess metal from machine parts.
Works at different work stations as production needs require.
Works on line where tasks vary as different model of same article moves along line.
Skills and Experience
Education and/or Experience
Less than high school education; or up to one month related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read a limited number of two- and three-syllable words and to recognize similarities and differences between words and between series of numbers. Ability to print and speak simple sentences.
Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10?s and 100?s. Ability to perform these operations using units of America money and weight measurement, volume and distance.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions. Ability to deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables.
No computer skills needed.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
No certifications needed.