Cloth Finishing Range Operator Chief Job Description Sample
Operator I - Cloth Inspector - Production
Responsible for operation of the Intra cloth inspection machine to include quality, safety and mechanical requirements. 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.
Responsible for producing a quality product.
Run and inspect cloth according to specified inspection standards and as to construction for shipping rolls.
Arrange cloth rolls from hold table for Intra machine.
Attach ends of cloth together with cloth already in the Intra by using seaming tape and automatic seam to complete a shipping roll of various lengths.
Cut out all defects that do not meet inspection standards. (Ex. Oil spots, thin places and place where leno is out on the selvage, etc.)
Keep records as to what loom number roll was run on in each shipping roll, the number of seams, and the total yardage in the shipping roll. This information goes with each shipping roll that is doffed from each batcher on a ticket from the Intra machine.
Immediately report poor quality loom rolls to the lead person or the Weaving Production Supervisor so quality issues can be immediately addressed.
Report any unusual noises or circumstances that the Intra machine might make or cause while working.
Keep good housekeeping around his/her machine or area of responsibility.
Record total production run during assigned shift with a break down of yardage run by style and number of hours worked.
Total amount of waste by category at end of shift and record this information along with total production.
Wipe off main motor and fluid holding tank. Remove all strings from rollers and Intra frame. Clean and remove strings and tape from air guider. Sweep up around seaming area.
Unload and stack tubes.
Pull cloth from back of machine to rethread when needed.
Get loom rolls off floor and arrange on table by style.
Assist in putting bales back on machine at style change.
Help Team Leader carry waste to Waste House when needed. Sort waste and place in bins.
Change set screws in collars as needed.
Follow all safety rules, plant rules, department rules and implement total quality at all times.
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 write simple correspondence.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other associates of the organization.
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
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 where required.
What is expected of you and others at this level
Applies basic skills and techniques to complete routine tasks within assigned area
Maintains appropriate licenses, training and certifications
Works on basic and routine assignments
Works within clearly defined Standard Operating Procedures and/or scientific methods
Adheres to all quality guidelines
Works under close supervision. All work is reviewed for accuracy
Any deviations from the norm are approved by the supervisor before proceeding
With our strong investment in research and development, and culture of continuous improvement, Hexcel is the industry leader in the manufacturing of industrial fabrics and composite materials. We invite you to join the Hexcel team at various manufacturing sites, sales offices and R&T centers around the globe.
Become a part of the “strength within.” Hexcel is currently seeking a Finishing Operator for our Casa Grande, Arizona facility. Start rate: $19.35 per hour for B-Day 4x3 shift (6:00AM to 6:00PM, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Week 1, and 6:00AM to 6:00PM, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Week 2, + O/T as required). The selected individual will be responsible for but not limited to the following obligations: Processes material at the slice level after slices have been cut.
Routes material through the following operations: Light Inspection, Trim Saw, Node Repair, Wash & Dry, Blow Out, and Packing. During Light Inspection operation, verifies cell conformance to specifications regarding blisters and plugging and removes these defects if needed.
During Trim Saw operation, trims material to the required tolerances using a trim saw. During Node Repair operation, rebuilds cell nodes, bonding slices together to make new sheets, tacks defects, and reworks nonconforming material. (Node Repair does not include repairs using HP-852 adhesive.) During Blow Out and Wash & Dry operations, removes excess dust from slices. During Packing operation, orders the correct size box, ensures the slices are within tolerance, adds labels if needed, and properly packs the slices in the box.
Performs a critical last check to make sure all material is conforming. Delivers material to the proper location in the plant (Source Inspection or Shipping). Follows written instructions contained in the router and records proper information on paperwork. Works with planning, scheduling, Facilitators, Shift Coordinators and Engineers to manage work priorities to support and schedule the various demands from each group.
Uses a variety of tools and the rework oven to repair and rework nonconforming materials including splicing/adhesive cure, tacking open nodes, cleaning fuzz, cleaning plugged cells and excess resin blisters or other contaminates. Splices prime cure and dipped sections ranging from 4" thick to 12" thick. Maintains and cleans tools as required.
Reworks material for density, dimension and cell count. NOTE: Finishing Operators are prohibited from performing any rework/splicing operations on any product that contains uncured HP-852 adhesive. Uses light inspection table to perform a visual inspection of the material.
Identifies and repairs all discrepancies before the material is moved into the source area. Prepares and submits monthly test samples of splicing on various materials to QA for testing to ensure the integrity of the splice line. Operates and maintains a moving band and table saw.
Calculates number of pieces that will come from each slice and maximizes the yield from each slice. Uses templates for sawing special glass parts, which require various sizes of parts from each side. Trims a variety of materials including but not limited to HRH 10, HFT, HRH 327, HRP, HTP, Nomex Flexcore, HRH 310, and Korex.
Visually inspects core for quality and dimensions on all slices prior to trimming. Utilizes sales order and sales order information to determine proper packaging methods. Uses air powered equipment to construct boxes and pack product.
Inputs and receives information from a computer to log out test pieces, print sales orders and labels. Following in due date; order processes a variety of materials as HRH 10, Nomex Flexcore, or Korex through the blowout booth or slice blowout machine. Processes a variety of glass products such as HRP, HTP, HFT, and HRH 327 through the wash station and then dries the slices in an oven.
Works with scheduling to manage daily priorities. Coordinates movement of partial jobs to complete orders and moves them into source or shipping. Ensures all partial inventory reporting and movement of material reporting is accurate and complete. (Delegated Source for Boeing). Uses a forklift, cart or lowboy to move blocks from area to area.
Delivers completed jobs to shipping or source. Inspects and cleans core in node repair. Color-codes and tags material per routing as required.
Visually inspects the quality of the material and routing to ensure the core is in good condition and meets specifications. Ensures that the routing is accurate prior to moving the material.
Identifies discrepant material and forwards to the QRB or node repair.
Gathers data from production work centers and inputs MRP inventory transactions. May perform shop floor transactions to record movement of jobs in process. Closes and performs receipt transactions.
Tracks all open orders to ensure completion to schedule and to identify and expedite manufacturing shortages. Ensures that products meet customer specifications and expectations. Works in a team environment to reach consensus decisions within the guidelines and boundaries established by the company, and maintains constructive relationships with co-workers.
Operates at all times in compliance with the Hexcel Casa Grande Quality System and Quality Policy. Complies with Hexcel policies, procedures, and Code of Business Conduct. Qualifications High School diploma or general education degree (GED) or equivalent.
Minimum of one year experience required preferably in manufacturing. Minimum of 6 months manufacturing experience in the Hexcel Casa Grande facility may substitute in lieu of one year experience. Must be proficient in use of tape measure and ruler.
Basic working knowledge of computer data entry function preferred. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Must be able to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Eligible candidate must be:
U.S. citizen, U.S. national, a person lawfully admitted for permanent residence, a temporary resident under sections 210(a) or 245(A) of the Act, a person admitted in refugee status, a person granted asylum. Hexcel (NYSE: HXL) is a global leader in advanced composites technology, a leading producer of carbon fiber, and the world leader in honeycomb manufacturing for the commercial aerospace industry.
Hexcel is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, status as protected veteran, or any other protected class.
Label Finishing Machine Operator - Batavia
Are you looking for a CAREER? How about GROWTH OPPORTUNITY and GREAT BENEFITS? Look no further! Multi-Color is a solid, stable, and growing organization, with a proven history and over 100 years of business success.
Become a member of our Batavia, Ohio team at Multi-Color's largest facility in the world!
Our offerings include:
Great benefits - medical, dental, vision, company paid life insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, and more
401K with company match (where YOU can invest in company stock).
Employee recognition and wellness programs
Paid vacation and holidays - 10 paid holidays a year with no waiting period!
Paid training and certifications
Employee led safety and community involvement teams
Company provided uniforms
Wide range of growth and promotion opportunities
Stability & security for your future
Our Finishing Machine Operators are responsible for:
Producing top quality labels for our amazing and loyal customers.
Operating a slitting machine, safely handle slitting blades, splice rolls, and produce finished labels in a productive and efficient manner.
Monitoring machine performance (registration, copy, color and other quality parameters) on a regular basis.
Viewing labels with assistance of a strobe light.
Communicating, planning and delivering on a quick change over as efficiently as possible.
Training and working with work cell team members to hang rolls, prep rolls for slitting, packing finished labels, etc.
Qualified candidates must be able to work day or night shift, 12 hour rotation, and weekends based on schedule assigned*
Be SAFE - Comply with all company and safety policies and procedures.
Be DEPENDABLE - Regular and predictable attendance, overtime when required. 12 hour rotating shifts.
Be a TEAM PLAYER - Ability to assist others with machine set‐up, run, and clean up.
Be CARING - Pay attention to the details; respect others, and communicate openly.
High School Diploma or GED Equivalent required.
Ability to work in the US without company sponsorship required.
Ability to work in a team environment with a high sense of urgency for on‐time completion of assigned activities.
Ability to work a 12 hour night shift.
- 3+ years' experience operating a machine (Slitter, Rewinder, CNC machine, brake press, drill press, )
- Experience in a printing environment a plus.
SCA Heavy Equipment Operator - Range Support - Ft Stewart, GA
Fort Stewart , GA
We have an exciting position as a SCA Heavy Equipment Operator on the Range Support platform for the WarFighter FOCUS Contract (WFF) at Ft, Stewart, GA.
WarFighter FOCUS is the U.S. Army's largest training services contract. It provides integrated worldwide Live, Virtual, and Constructive maintenance, operations, and sustainment of training systems.
Essential Job Functions:
Transports and operates heavy equipment such as excavators, dump trucks, 10,000 lb forklift, cranes, clamshells, power shovels, motor graders, heavy loaders, carryalls, bulldozers, rollers, scrapers, and large industrial tractors with pan or scrapper attachments. Equipment is used to excavate, load, or move dirt, gravel, or other materials.
Operator may read and interpret grade and slope stakes and simple plans.
May grease, adjust and make emergency repairs to equipment.
Must be able to lift a maximum of 50 lbs and wear personal protective equipment as appropriate.
Ability to perform duties in extreme weather conditions (heat, cold, wind) while being exposed to loud noises (weapon fire and heavy machinery), maneuver over uneven terrain and operate at height (towers and phone poles).
Available to work any shift, weekends, holidays, and overtime.
Work will be performed in compliance with OSHA, Installation Range Control, and CSC safety policies and procedures.
Perform other tasks as assigned.
Must possess Class A and CDL driver's license.
Must be a high school graduate or have equivalent education.
Must have at least 2 years' experience in heavy equipment.
Must be a U.S. citizen and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
Varies depending on location
Must be able to travel to various locations.
Note: This job description describes the general nature of the duties and requirements of the job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list or to limit the supervisor's ability to modify work assignments as appropriate, within multiple training domains and/or work site locations.
CSRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all Qualified Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to Race, Color, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Disability Status, Protected Veteran Status or any other Characteristic Protected by Law.
Finishing Equipment Operator Trainee
WE HIRE TOP PERFORMERS
Do you do your best work under pressure? Do you always notice details other people miss? Are you one who enjoys working in a faster-than-average work environment?
If you are saying YES, we need you on our team as a Finishing Equipment Operator Trainee.
Performance POP, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is an industry leading manufacturer of custom designed specialty printed promotional materials and displays for a global client base spanning a wide variety of industries. We are looking for inexperienced Finishing Equipment Operator Trainees who have a mechanical aptitude, a strong work ethic, a strong desire to learn , can ensure exact correctness of work, and demonstrates a strong commitment to tasks completed on time. The perfect candidate will adhere to established guidelines and procedures and complete tasks as designated by the Finishing Manager.
Machines set up and operating
Set up and fine tuning of registration of product for that specific equipment
Set up and monitor to ensure quality is maintained throughout the job
Change out any worn parts, e.g. seal wire, dies, seal tape, etc. to ensure trouble-free operation and quality.
Be responsible for general maintenance and lubrication of equipment
Assist with housekeeping in the Finishing area
Be thoroughly familiar with all areas of finishing jobs, packing and preparing proper paperwork
Follow all required safety procedures
Perform job in a manner that protects the health and safety of all employees
High school diploma or equivalent
Working knowledge of computers, equipment, and a mechanical aptitude
Must be able to stand for long periods of time and be able to bend, walk, reach, push and pull
Must be able to read, write and speak English at an acceptable level. Bilingual ability is a plus
Our top priority is to reliably offer a diverse range of innovative solutions to our clients visual communication needs which both build and strengthen their image and ours. We know we're going to need some outstanding people to accomplish this goal.
Performance POPs strength is derived from our employees. We are creators, who value flexibility, honesty, and integrity in everything we set out to do. We are passionate about providing total client satisfaction, before, during, and after the sale. And, we reward those who make positive contributions to continuous improvement and stimulate scalable, sustainable growth.
Sound like an organization you would like to be a part of?
If you are the hands-on team leader we are looking for, we look forward to getting to know you! Please complete our application and include your salary requirements. Applicants without salary requirements will not be considered.
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If Excellence Drives You, This Is Your Destination.Job Description
The Finishing Operator is responsible for fabricating and packaging bags according to specifications and for performing other support assignments as determined by area management.
Operate bag machines Supply bag machines with materials Palletize finished product for shipping Perform quality assurance tests Maintain product quality and standard in keeping with order copy and tech specs. Take corrective action where possible to maximize run-time.
Notify area supervision whenever the Bag Machine is not able to operate according to quality or mechanical reasons. The Bag Machine Operator will report any unsafe operating conditions on the sealer to the Finishing Area shift leaders. On occasion, job duties other than those specifically listed above will be assigned.
While performing all job duties, safe work practices must be maintained. Must understand and follow all Product Safety guidelines as determined by Area Management.
Ability to work well in a team environment. Ability to follow guidelines in setting up orders to specifications, order copy and tech specs. Ability to work a 12 hour rotating shift.
High School Diploma or equivalent. Training manuals. Other Bag Machine Operators.
Area management and co-workers. Quality Assurance Area mechanics. Production Schedulers.
This position has direct responsibility for the efficient performance of assigned tasks. A considerable inspect can be made on operating costs and customer satisfaction in terms of safety, quality, on-time performance, productivity and waste.
Must be able to stand, walk up and down stairs for up to 12 hours per day. Must be able to lift and carry 60
pounds. Ergonomics are 95% standing or walking and 0% sitting and 5% using a keyboard.
Must be able to communicate in order to receive instruction and training, and instruct, train, or assist employees. Must be able to twist, turn, bend, kneel, squat and work at a rapid pace. Must have 20/20 vision with correction for inspecting.
Must not be sensitive to powder. Must be able to wear ear plugs to limit exposure to loud noise. Reasonable accommodations may be considered on a case by case basis.
Medium Work. Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly.
The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Bemis is committed to its core values: Ethics, Accountability, Innovation, and Respect.
By becoming an employee at Bemis Company, Inc., you will work in a high performing environment where team members collaborate to get the job done, challenge the status quo to find a better way, and embrace unconventional ways of thinking. We are eager to see how you can make an impact in our high performance culture.
Bemis Company, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Reports to: Cell Supervisor
Shift: Day: 7:00am to 3:30pm | Swing: 3:00pm to 11:30pm | Grave: 11:00pm to 7:30am
- Occasional overtime and Saturday work is required.
Education minimum requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Finishing Generalist Operator 1
The machine operator will report to the lead/supervisor on shift and will be responsible for Safety, Quality, & Operations to the equipment he/she is operating. Accordingly, will operate different machines and must be able to perform multiple functions to make world class fiber cement products while utilizing the latest fiber-cement technology to manufacture durable building material. We are looking for candidates who:
Are willing to work a 12 hr. rotating shift
Have at least 2 years of experience
Have a high school diploma / GED
Lift 50 lbs. and handle physical work
Can work in a team environment
Have problem-solving skills
Follow all plant safety regulations and considers safety first in all job actions.
Support the Department's daily, weekly, monthly KPI's by the performance of planned work.
Maintain the highest quality standard.
Follow position specific checklist and accepted "best practices."
Complete the SBS certification process for required positions in the department;
Demonstrated ability to communicate and comply with plant safety regulations.
Demonstrated ability to read and comprehend written directions and training manuals.
Demonstrated ability to read a tape measure.
Demonstrated ability to effectively take action to solve problems while exhibiting sound judgment and critical thinking skills.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to multi-task and be flexible in job roles.
Demonstrated ability to deliver sustainable and superior results.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with peers and management regarding equipment status, safety issues, and turnover information.
Willingness and ability to become certified to operate forklifts, man lifts and overhead cranes.
- High School diploma or GED equivalency.
Two years in a manufacturing environment (preferred).
In return, we offer a competitive compensation plan that includes free full medical, dental and vision benefits effective on your first day of the month following 30 days of employment with James Hardie for employee only, minimal cost for family coverage; 6% dollar for dollar matching 401(k) program; Free lunch Friday; Generous paid vacation and holidays; Job training and development; Life insurance; Disability Income Protection; Flexible Spending Accounts; Employee Assistance Program; Discount tickets for amusement parks, recreation sites and movies, and much more!
ABOUT THE COMPANY
At James Hardie Building Products we apply our science, research, and cutting edge technology to enjoy our continued status as a $1.5 billion world leader in fiber-cement technology. As the world leader in fiber-cement technology we manufacture durable, beautiful building material products for the residential market. We operate in markets around the world, spanning the United States, Europe, Philippines, Australia, and New Zealand. In the United States alone, we have 10 manufacturing plants, three regional offices and one research center. For more information about our company and career opportunities please visit our website at: http://www.jameshardie.com/career
DIVERSITY AT JAMES HARDIE
We are committed to diversity at James Hardie in every form. We firmly believe that by hiring and developing people of every background and culture it will further strengthen our company and its people in striving for global leadership.
Nearest Major Market: Dallas
Nearest Secondary Market: Fort Worth
Job Segment: Medical, Equipment Operator, Machinist, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Research
Finishing Operator (2988)
Founded in 1915, we started with a single recycling location and have grown into a global enterprise, and one of the largest metal recyclers and steel manufacturers in the United States. Our vertical integration model was the first of its kind and revolutionized the way the steel industry operates today.
We are also a Fortune 1000, global company that is committed to delivering industry-leading customer service, providing a safe and healthy environment where our employees can succeed, creating value for our investors and improving our communities.
We are sensitive to the impact our industry has on the environment, which is why we are committed to a process that minimizes our carbon footprint and preserves our natural resources for future generations. Our recycling facilities collect metals from the community and convert them into steel that supports our infrastructure.
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Finishing Operator (2988)
Location:Magnolia, AR (0211) Relocation Assistance:No
Commercial Metals Company is looking for a Finishing Operator to join our team at the steel mill in Magnolia, Arkansas.
The Finishing Operator is responsible for the production and quality of sheared angles, T-posts and other special shapes on their shift with an emphasis on safety and quality. This includes the straightening, shearing and repackaging of various sections for further processing.
The job also requires inventory control and reporting for the product sheared. This position works 12-hour shifts, with rotating shifts from days to nights each week
Perfect Binder Finishing Operator
A leading global provider of print and media solutions, Quad/Graphics is powered by a passion for innovation and the most advanced platform in the industry. Our collaborative team of "can-do" people continually challenge the status quo, creating groundbreaking solutions that push the boundaries of communications.
Job Description Quad/Graphics is currently seeking a Perfect Binding Operator to work in the Midland, Michigan facility. Job duties for this position include, but are not limited to:
Set up, maintain and run all Perfect Binders at the highest level attainable
Produce and maintain best attainable quality
Train and direct crew and assist in coaching and evaluating employees
Assist in evaluating production capabilities
Assist Shift Supervisor as required
Solid knowledge of Perfect Binder operations
Possess and display leadership skills
Good mechanical aptitude
Ability to read, understand and follow binder guides
Excellent safety record and work habits
Positive attitude and team player (able to work with others)
Ability to work any shift and work overtime as needed
Ability to lift up to 70 pounds occasionally, stand long hours, use hands and wrists continuously in controlled movement, receive and follow instructions and use vision in order to identify defects.
Additional Company Information
We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401(k), holidays, vacations & more.
Quad/Graphics is an equal employment opportunity employer. The Company's policy is not to unlawfully discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, military or veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other consideration made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants and employees based on any of these protected categories.
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