Armature Winders (Motors) Software Development Leader (SDL) – JHB Incoming Quality Inspector – JHB Welding Monitor 1 – JHB Subs Quality Technician – JHB Head of EHS – Nigel

Gauteng, Full Time

Purpose:

Responsible for the assembly of the wound stator in accordance to the technical documentation (work instructions, drawings and task sequencing). Ensuring that self-inspections are conducted at the various stages of the assembly.

Responsibilities:

Assembly of the wound stator according to the technical drawings and work instructions
Inserting the slot liners / insulated coils / wedges into the stator laminations
Connecting the neutral and UVW connections as defined in the assembly drawings
Terminating, cutting and deburring the eyelets, followed by induction brazing and felt / sleeve insulation
Performing self-assessment quality checks
Adhering to continuous improvement processes and teamwork
Promoting strict compliance with EHS rules, PPE, local regulation and AZDP
Ensuring that the workstation is orderly with regular monitoring (5S)
Detecting and anticipating simple manufacturing anomalies, as well as more complex defects

Technical skills required:

Conduct assembly operations according to detailed work instructions
Knowledgeable about the wiring of a 3-phase induction motor
Understand basic electrical insulation properties and electrical schematics
Able to operate hand power tools, slings, drilling machines, grinders and other hand tools related to the job requirement
Ability to read, interpret and apply technical documents (work instructions, safety instructions)
Versatility and the ability to assimilate different special and critical processes (torque tightening / brazing, balancing)
Use of various inspection tools
Jig / fixture maintenance

Requirements:

Grade 12 with Mathematics and Science or N3 Certificate
Armature Winder or Electrical Fitter Trade Test
Able to use the crane for assembly operations
Minimum of 3 years proven work experience working as an armature winder
A solid understanding of stator windings for a 3-phase squirrel cage induction motor
Understanding the importance of electrical insulation / earthing / terminations
Ability to read and follow assembly drawings / work instructions
Can assembly components with the desired levels of quality.
Able to complete the assembly operations, after a learning period, within a reasonable timeframe.

Closing date: 05 October 2023

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