Carpet Weaver Jacquard Loom Job Description Sample
Loom Fixer - Weaving - Hillsville, VA
Mohawk Industries is the leading global flooring manufacturer that creates products to enhance residential and commercial spaces around the world. Mohawk's vertically integrated manufacturing and distribution processes provide competitive advantages in the production of carpet, rugs, ceramic tile, laminate, wood, stone and vinyl flooring. Our industry-leading innovation has yielded products and technologies that differentiate our brands in the marketplace and satisfy all remodeling and new construction requirements. Our brands are among the most recognized in the industry and include American Olean, Bigelow, Daltile, Durkan, IVC, Karastan, Marazzi, Mohawk, Pergo, Quick-Step and Unilin. During the past decade, Mohawk has transformed its business from an American carpet manufacturer into the world's largest flooring company with operations in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, India, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia and the United States.
Mohawk Industries, Inc offers a comprehensive compensation package that includes a wide variety of benefit options so that individuals can tailor plans that are right for him or her. Benefits include health care with prescription card, dental/vision, disability, life insurance, 401(k) plan with company match, employee purchase discounts, tuition reimbursement for undergraduate and graduate programs and much more.
Mohawk Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to an inclusive workplace and a proud Drugs Don't Work participant.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
8:00 PM - 8:00 AM
Constantly patrols all parts of all machinery and checks for quality defects on section and makes overhauls, repairs, or adjustments as needed.
Perform all "check lists" type duties on style changes, new warps and maintenance looms. Supervisor may assign assistance as deemed necessary.
Performs preventive maintenance procedures on looms. Records all action on the proper forms, takes corrective action or makes recommendations for repair.
Inspect machine malfunction and woven cloth to locate problems, determine work to be done, repair, clean, adjust, lubricate, etc. as required to correct malfunction.
Repairs or replaces defective parts, adjusts tension and timing of parts using hand tools.
Levels and aligns parts to prevent excessive wear.
Assists the warp changer personnel on cleaning and start-up of looms at warp out.
Will perform routine cleaning duties.
Blow off designated looms once per shift to keep them free of dust, scrap, etc.
May be required to run a set of looms at times when we are short a weaver due to vacations, sickness, etc.
Assist weaver as needed in repairing stops and creeling fill yarn.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE PREREQUISITES:Mandatory – Must be able to read and write in manner indicated on application.Preferred – Weaving and good mechanical aptitude.
Founded in 1940, we have become a leading global provider of textiles in the healthcare, hospitality, decorative products, and industrial laundry markets. We offer environmentally friendly products, friendly and diverse co-workers, and a strong commitment to ethical business conduct. Associates enjoy benefits including health, dental, vision, 401 (k), paid time off, and a comprehensive health and wellness program. Currently, we are seeking Weavers to be based at our manufacturing facility in Thomaston, GA.
The Weavers will be responsible for operating looms to weave yarn into cloth.
Repair warp & filling stops: determine the cause and correct
Remove cloth defects by cutting and pulling out filling
Examine woven cloth for quality
Flag looms for the technician as necessary
Maintain a safe working environment
Perform miscellaneous duties deemed necessary to maintain operation
A high school diploma or equivalent is required
Ability to lift up to 10 pounds
Standard Textile supports a Drug-Free Workplace. Any offer of employment for this position will be contingent upon the candidate passing a post-offer, pre-employment drug screen and satisfactory background investigation.
Associate Weaver - Operator I
Associate Weaver – Operator I
Responsible for achieving established productivity, safety, and quality goals on assigned set of looms. Weavers may be asked to run different sets of looms on occasion. Operates light-duty bench- or floor-type machine tools and automation equipment. May set up machining machines and make adjustments, and perform maintenance on machines. Checks work using prescribed gauges, jigs and fixtures to measure close tolerances. Some machines may be numerically controlled. May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures.
Must observe all safety precautions and regulations at all times in all areas where duties are performed. Will be responsible for reporting all safety hazards and potential unsafe working conditions. Must attend all monthly scheduled Safety Meetings.
Cycle the looms at the beginning of the shift.
Keep looms running.
Flag looms when needed for weaving technician, warp out operator, tie in operator, cloth doffer and/or supervisor.
Cycles back or warp alley to detect loose ends, mat ups, bad warps, hard size, etc., especially when all looms are running.
Cycle front or cloth alley to detect any defect such as miss draws, ends outs, doubles, leno selvage not weaving or any other malfunction in the performance of the loom. Replace bad or broken heddles or dropwires.
Keep warp ends straight, cut laps off warps and place in proper receptacle.
Draw in all broken warp ends up to 7 ends or more.
Smashes of 7 or more ends should be posted to smash board.
Change filling yarn as needed and tie transfer tail.
Start loom for filling stop, warp stop, leno stop, and catch cord stop. Place waste yarn in apron.
Put bad filling in proper location to be returned to the spinning department.
Meet department production goals.
Meet department quality goals by ensuring only quality cloth coming from looms.
Follow all safety rules, plant rules, department rules and implement total quality in his/her area of responsibility.
Participate in Plant Corrective Action Team Program.
Participate in Plant Safety Program.
Report all unsafe conditions in a timely manner.
High School Diploma/ GED; one to three months' related experience and/or training.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions.
Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
Hazards/ Safe Guards
Earplugs required when in the manufacturing areas of the plant.
Safety glasses as required and OSHA approved hearing protection.
Required to wear a safety glove and safety knife when cutting open packages.
Must also wear safety goggles and a dust mask if within 50 feet of a blow down operation.
Must wear safety shoes in areas required.
Environmental Health and Safety:
Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) is a major cornerstone of this company's beliefs. Working safely and protecting the environment are an essential part of an employee's job performance and all employees are responsible for the following position requirements.
Sign a letter of EHS Commitment on an annual basis
Understand and abide by the plant EHS policy
Understand and abide by the plant EHS Cardinal Rules
Read the OSHA Poster on the HR Bulletin Boards
Follow all the standards, policies and procedures outlined in the EHS program
Attend all EHS training sessions
Wear and/or use all required personal protective equipment while working
Immediately report hazardous conditions or environmental risks to your supervisor in order for the supervisor to ensure appropriate corrective action is implemented
Immediately report any job-related injury or illness to your supervisor, Safety Coordinator, HR or any member of management
Report any injury, no matter how slight, within 24 hours.
Other duties as assigned by your supervisor.
Responsible to observe department's safety regulations and to use personal protective equipment as required per JSA.
Responsible to practice department's good manufacturing and housekeeping procedures.
Reports any unusual circumstances to immediate supervisor and perform other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform. All employees are expected to perform tasks as assigned by supervisory/management personnel, regardless of job title or routine job duties.
Set up, operate, or tend machines that knit, loop, weave, or draw in textiles. This employee
participates in any improvement that is necessary to achieve customer satisfaction. Total
commitment to ContiTech's Quality Management System is a part of every employee's
responsibility in order to achieve and exceed the Company's Quality Objectives. Responsible for
implementing and following 6S guidelines.
Job Requirements Responsibilities/ Accountabilities:
Operates battery of looms to weave yarn into cloth.
Continuously patrol looms and creels.
Corrects misdraws and crossed ends.
Observes cloth being woven to detect weaving defects.
Removes defects in cloth by cutting and pulling out filling.
Adjusts pattern chain to resume weaving.
Examines looms to determine cause of loom stoppage, such as warp, filling, harness
breaks, or mechanical defects.
Uses air splicer to splice pieces of yarn to broken end and threads yarn through drop
wires, heddle eyes, and reed dents to repair warp breaks, using reed hook.
Pulls out broken filling and pushes shuttle through shed to insert new pick and repair
Adjust machine heating mechanisms, tensions, and speeds to produce specified
Inspect products to ensure that specifications are met and to determine if machines
Notify supervisors or technicians of mechanical malfunctions.
Record information about work completed and machine settings.
Manages supply room to 6S standards
Other duties as assigned
SFC-HRS-003-0023 Rev.4 Release Date: 9/21/16
Operation Monitoring — Watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is
Operation and Control — Controlling operations of equipment or systems.
STANDING- Stand on hardwood and /or concrete floor for a minimum of 8 hours with two 10-
minute breaks and one 20-minute lunch.
MOVING (self)- Walk 500ft approx.10 times/per shift
MOVING (materials)- Push wheeled boxes with 100-175 lbs of force from 50-100 ft. 10
times/shift. Pull 25 ends per row. Lifting 25 lb packages approximately 7 times every hour.
forward with approx. 10-20 lbs of force for approx. 300 times/shift.
HEARING/SPEAKING- Able to hear and speak with supervisors, technicians, and co-workers to
perform job properly.
REACHING- Reach overhead up to 24" approx. 300 times/shift. Reach downward and laterally up
to 24" approx. 300 times/shift. Reach forward up to 18" approx. 600 times/shift.
BENDING/STOOPING- Bend over up to 30" approx. 300 times/shift.
VISUAL ACUITY- Color vision required with normal vision to distinguish yarn tints, proper codes,
and quality defects. Must have good perception of quality.
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Ear plugs, steel-toed shoes, safety glasses.
EEO Statement EEO / AA / Disabled / Protected Veteran Employer. Continental offers equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to unlawful consideration to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law. In addition, as a federal contractor, Continental complies with government regulations, including affirmative action responsibilities, where they apply.
To be considered, you must apply for a specific position for which Continental has a current posted job opening. Qualifying applications will be considered only for the specific opening(s) to which you apply. If you would like to be considered for additional or future job openings, we encourage you to reapply for other opportunities as they become available.
Further, Continental provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance in the application process, please reply to North.America.Recruiting@continental-corporation.com or contact US Recruiting at 248.209.4000. Division Footer Text Ready to drive with Continental? Take the first step and fill in the online application.
Secondary Weaving - Weaver
The weaver is responsible for the operation of 13-23 weaving machines. The individual creels and threads various yarns through metal devices on the loom to create a woven fabric.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The individual lifts cones of yarn which weigh between 8-25lbs and places them on a creel rack.
The individual will be on his/her feet for the twelve hour shift except for breaks.
The individual has to pull cones of yarn off racks hourly and reaches across the loom to locate and repair yarn breaks frequently.
The individual will push-pull a creel rack or cone rack to reposition it.
The individual is walking from machine to machine during the shift. The person has to step up onto a catwalk attached to the loom.
The individual has to be able to distinguish between colors since various colors of yarn are used. Also the loom indicator lights; yellow, blue and red, require the ability to distinguish colors.
The individual has to pass a hearing test since the weaving area is a high noise area requiring ear-protection. Verbal communication with shift foreman and co-workers is necessary in the work area.
Since a break in yarn occurs frequently, rethreading the yarn is necessary. The individual should be a minimum height of 5'0" in order to complete this task.
The individual places cones of yarn on a creel rack and repairs yarn break outs on the loom.
The individual has to be a self-starter since he will be assigned 13-23 machines.
The individual has to respond to the various loom indicator lights and repair the yarn break in a timely manner to met production requirements.
The individual will be required to decide when and how to correct a yarn break out and when and how to set up the creel rack. These activities are done constantly.
The individual is required to make various quality control checks hourly and correct as required in order to met production demands.
- High School Graduate with the ability to read and write. No computer skills required.
The individual should have a previous machinery work background or a interest to work with machinery. The individual needs to be aware that he/she will be on his/her feet for the entire 12-hour shift which requires being in good physical condition. The individual should have a previous work record and no accidents since he/she will be working around a lot of machinery and moving machine parts.
Weaver - Anderson
The Weaver is responsible for running looms at the highest level of quality and efficiency in a safe manner.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Troubleshoot and adjust settings or repair/replace parts on loom if flagged, and document corrective actions.
Changing filling in loom (replacing empty quill with full quill), and replacing broken yarn ends as they occur. Patrolling and inspecting webbing for misdraws, mis-reeds, and quality.
Re-threads shuttle at filling out. Flags any and all defects. Responsible for production, efficiency, and quality on assigned looms.
Returns empty quills from loom to bobbin filling station.
Ensures sufficient supply of filling at loom.
Weaver flags and stops off loom for fixer when broke down or making defective material.
Watches warps and marks loom number on warp out sheet when warp comes off.
Records information on loom down time sheet when loom is stopped for warp out, breakdown, no mill order, or style change.
Checks looms for warp tension.
Performs width, camber, thickness checks as required and records on proper forms.
Regular, predictable, reliable attendance is required.
Maintain a safe, clean, and orderly work environment.
Use proper safety equipment and follow safety procedures (i.e., lockout/tagout).
Understand and follow quality policy and work instructions.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
Assist in other areas within the Weaving operation.
Clean up around work area when job is complete.
Follow company policies and procedures.
Fill in on other shifts or work overtime as needed.
Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Manager.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Frequent exposure to moving mechanical parts.
Noise level is usually loud, with hearing protection required.
Work environment is non-air conditioned which could result in hot temperatures.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Occasionally lift/carry up to 35 pounds.
Ability to communicate issues and exchange information with co-workers and management.
Ability to observe, inspect and identify material or equipment issues.
Ability to remain in a stationary position for extended periods of time, including reaching, grasping and extending over or under equipment.
Occasionally bend, kneel, squat and work in a fast pace.
Occasionally ascends/descends stairs, steps, or ladders.
Manual dexterity performed on a frequent basis.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:
High School Diploma, GED, or Career Readiness Certificate is required.
Experience using caliper, scissors, reed hook, shuttle hook, ruler and thickness gauge is preferred.
Textile or manufacturing experience preferred.
Experience as a Weaver is preferred.
Southern Weaving is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Retail Customer Service Representative - Maple Grove - 4449 - Weaver Lake Road
The Retail Customer Service Representative is the Customer Service Expert. Provides Customer Service to every SuperAmerica customer while running the register/POS and working on the sales floor.
Embodies and exhibits our commitment in every interaction with the customer and surrounding employees. Ensures every customer leaves the store satisfied with the service provided and feels confident that the customer is willing to make a return visit to the store.
We are looking for good people to come work with other good people! This entry level position is a great way to learn our industry...and begin a career with a market leader!
Some of our benefits include:
Double Time for Six Holidays
Employee Assistance Program
Shift Differential Pay for 3rd Shift
Room for Advancement!
Availability: Part Time Shift up to 29 hours per week. Weekend and Holidays included.
Location: Shakopee and Surrounding Areas
Is 18 years of age or older (due to state laws governing alcohol sales).
Understands, actively demonstrates and promotes the principles of our vision statement.
Exhibits willingness to learn and a desire to succeed.
Demonstrates appropriate knowledge of the store operation and proficiency to perform the listed job responsibilities.
Completion of all required training classes.
Retail/Customer Service experience preferred.
Strong Customer Service skills
Ability to perform repeatedly and for extended periods of time: bending, standing, reaching, climbing, twisting / turning, pushing / pulling, squatting / kneeling / stooping, walking, and grasping.
Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
SuperAmerica is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Fy18-19 Paraprofessional At Weaver Middle School
The Bibb County School District is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year for the position of Paraprofessional.
Assists in providing well organized, smoothly functioning class environment in which students can learn subject matter and develop skills through the use of small group instruction and computer-assisted learning.
1.Minimum of two years of college is required. Sixty (60) semester hours or ninety (90) quarter hours. College Transcript or diploma is required as evidence of education.
2.Some experience working with children is desired.
3.Experience working with computers and instructional software is required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
1.Knowledge of child development.
2.Knowledge of the use and operation of computers and instructional software.
3.Some knowledge of teaching and instruction methods.
4.Ability to type is desired.
5.Ability to direct children in small instructional groups.
6.Ability to instruct, give directions to and provide guidance to children.
7.Ability to deal courteously and diplomatically with students, teachers, parents, and school employees.
8.Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing.
9.Ability to work under close supervision.
10. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
11. Clerical skills are desired.
12. Skills in computer operation.
13. Good interpersonal skills.
14. Good organizational skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.Conducts small group or individual classroom activities based on lesson plans developed by the teacher.
2.Assists with the supervision of students.
3.Assists students with the operation of computers and the use of selected software.
4.Checks, reviews and/or grades student classwork, homework and test; observes and reports on students' performance including their progress, weaknesses, special needs, etc.
5.Assists with routine classroom record keeping.
6.Assists with the preparation of materials for instruction (including copying and duplicating materials, constructing displays and bulletin boards, setting up and operating audio/visual materials/equipment, computers, etc.).
7.Observes child behavior and reports observations as necessary.
8.Assists students with classwork; works with children in need of special attention on an individual basis as needed.
9.Monitors student behavior in classroom, cafeteria, playground, etc., as necessary.
10. Performs clerical tasks and duties as necessary.
11. Performs related duties as required or assigned.
1.182 day work year; 7.5 hours per day.
2.Salary Range: $20,893.60 - $23,558.08 annually (placement on salary schedule based on years of allowed related experience). Up to ten (10) years allowed. The stated salary range reflects the opportunity for pay over the course of the employee's tenure. The top salary is not a potential starting salary.
3.Excellent benefits package: includes health insurance; dental and life insurance; employee assistance program; personal and sick leave; membership in Teachers' Retirement System.
To apply for this position, please complete an online classified application. Educational documentation (diploma/transcripts) and three Classified Professional Reference Forms must be submitted to the Human Resources Department, preferably by attachment to your application.
BIBB COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Ambulatory Business Specialist - Annie L. Weaver Health Center
Broward Health is Broward County's largest healthcare services provider and is one of the nation's top public health systems. We are seeking a qualified professional to join our team.
FULL-TIME -- MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY WITH WEDNESDAY EVENING SHIFTS
Performs all front desk functions including reception, clerical duties, registration and scheduling. One year of related experience with two years preferred and strong phone and customer service skills required.
Knowledge of medical terminology, ability to maintain patient and physician schedules, ability to to transcribe medical orders and the ability to process referrals preferred. Knowledge of basic monetary functions helpful. Must possess proficient computer skills and excellent communication skills (written and oral). High School education or equivalent required. Bilingual helpful.
Thank you for your interest in Broward Health. Broward Health is an EO/AA procurer of goods/services, M/F/D/V.
Carpet Cleaner/ Tech
Carpet Cleaner/ Tech (Provo, UT)
Lindon, UT, United States of America
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RBM Services began in 1974 as a family business owned by Robert Moss, with only five employees cleaning small offices in Utah County. From those humble beginnings RBM has grown into the largest solely owned janitorial company in the state of Utah, and our 900+ employees clean over 15 million square feet of commercial office space each year. But despite our size, RBM is still a family business, and we continue to provide the personal service and quality work that RBM was founded on.
Job Skills / Requirements
Title: Carpet Cleaner/ Tech
Reports to: Operations Manager
Based at: Utah County
To follow a system of accountability when cleaning, sustaining and maintaining carpeted and tile flooring.
Schedule: Monday through Sunday, variable hours
Pay: Starts at $10.00
Level: Entry (No experience required)
Technicians work anywhere from 20-40+ hours/week. Shifts include daytime, evening, and weekend hours. (the candidate needs to have a flexible schedule)
Technicians will be stripping and waxing floors, scrubbing and buffing floors, and cleaning carpets, as well as helping out with emergency work.
Able to carry and lift up to 75 pounds.
Technicians are responsible for maintaining a high standard of cleanliness with their appearance. They must be clean shaven, earrings removed, tattoos (if any) covered up, hair combed, clean pants and shirt with shirt tucked in.
Technicians are also responsible for maintaining and reporting on a daily basis the truck maintenance, along with chemical used and reporting any broken equipment.
Technicians must be hard working, self-motivated, and friendly.
Technicians must be flexible in schedule, and from time to time, go up and down stairs on a daily basis. Most days employees will be on their feet for 8 hours or more.
Technicians must have reliable transportation to get to and from different work sites or to be able to report to the warehouse for a ride to the job.
Work tickets must be turned in daily with detail about the job completed.
Technicians must turn in daily all gas receipts with work tickets.
Technicians must clean out on a daily basis filters, used chemical bottles, fans, wands, and any garbage left in the truck.
Technician must attend meetings with other company functions necessary to perform duties and aid in organizational development.
Technicians must manage the chemical usage for each carpet cleaning job.
Maintain and report as necessary all chemical in stock.
Keep clean all equipment, both on the interior and exterior of trucks as well as the premise of the warehouse.
Develop personal skills and capability through on-going training, as provided by the company or elsewhere subject to Company approval.
Education Requirements (Any)
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Certification Requirements (Any)
Valid State Drivers License
Additional Information / Benefits
RBM Building Services and Double Take Carpet Cleaning are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Benefits: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance
Criminal Background Check
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