Tyler Pipe is located in Tyler, TX. Since the mid-1930s, Tyler Pipe has been committed to being a safe workplace for team members, providing high-quality products to our customers and being a good neighbor in the community where we operate.
Tyler Pipe is a proud member of the McWane, Inc. family of companies.
McWane’s role as one of the world’s leading suppliers of waterworks products is based on the fulfillment of our responsibilities to our team members, our communities and our customers. We realize that a diverse workforce is a strong workforce. By valuing individual differences and recruiting team members with diverse backgrounds and skills, regardless of race, gender or ethnicity, McWane employs the industry’s most knowledgeable people in the areas of production, manufacturing and management. By leveraging our team members' insights and experiences throughout our organization, we better serve our customers and create innovation in markets where our products are used.
As McWane’s founder, J. R. McWane, said “The glory of business is not to make money out of it alone, but to make progress in it, to develop men and women and methods and products, to improve the state of the art.”
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Under direction of the Credit Manager, responsible for collection of past due customer accounts, maintenance and reconciliation of customer account balances and assists and performs various other duties relating to credit, collections and accounts receivables activities.
Relieves at various workstations and keeps check on overall production within production unit during work shifts. Responsible for relieving and performing all duties of production in a specific work unit. Responsible for relieving production personnel during break periods and lunch hours. Performs some regular duties such as activating, inspecting, overseeing operations and report to supervisor on major malfunction in the production areas. Responsible for keeping sufficient supply of materials at work station during each shift. Keeps work area clean, orderly and safe at all times. Performs other miscellaneous duties as required.
Performs a large variety of electrical trade functions such as the installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment for the generation, distribution, and utilization of electrical energy. Coordinates, participates, assists, constructs, fabricates, installs, repairs and maintains generators, transformers, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers, motors, heating units, conduit systems and electronic controls as required for plant operations. Assists supervisor in planning, scheduling and assigning various jobs. Order parts and materials for electrical department from warehouse and purchasing department as required to install and maintain equipment. Locates, diagnoses and repairs troubles in electrical systems and equipment. Works with electrical hand and power tools, measuring and testing instruments. Assists maintenance mechanics in dismantling or partially dismantling machines and mechanical equipment to diagnose source of trouble and makes necessary repairs or adjustments as required. Uses and interprets for others complicated blueprints and drawings. Troubleshoots breakdowns to determine cause of trouble. Must keep work of unit on schedule. May give on-the-job instructions to other Electricians. Keeps work area safe, clean, and orderly, wears proper safety equipment and follows all safety rules and procedures. Performs other miscellaneous duties as required.