Supervise workers engaged in assembling electric transformers.
What does a Transformer Assembly Supervisor do?
Supervises workers engaged in assembling electric transformers: Assigns and coordinates either hand or machine operations, such as stacking, brazing, assembly, electrical wiring, and testing. Interprets winding designs to locate malfunctions as indicated by negative test reports. Directs workers or participates in adjusting machines or equipment. Inspects finished or in process parts, visually or using electrical test equipment, such as ohmmeters and wattmeters, to determine conformance to specifications. Records data, such as time and production figures. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.