Supervise the workers engaged in winding electric motors and generators.
What does a Coil Winding Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in winding electric motors and generators: Plans and schedules department activities, utilizing knowledge of motor controls, winding machine operations, insulation characteristics, and types of windings. Plans and inspects machine adjustments. Assigns duties to utilize available machines to complete job order according to specifications, such as number of pieces, number of turns, size of coils or armatures, and type of wire. Schedules dipping and baking of coils and coil assemblies to group products requiring identical insulation and baking time. Adjusts work procedure for inserting prewound coils into rotors and stators, connecting coil groups, and testing wound assembly to utilize abilities of available workers. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.