Coiler Operator Job Description Sample
Coiler And Machine Operator (Current Positions Filled But Accepting Applications)
About the open position
Michigan Spring and Stamping is looking for employees with skilled technical backgrounds to add to our team.
Over the next year, the qualified candidate will be trained in:
- Understanding the SPC process
- Checking and documenting critical dimensions of parts using measuring tools such as gages, micrometers and calipers
- Setting up, troubleshooting and making adjustments to metal forming machines to achieve specified product dimensions
- Analyzing work orders, work piece, blueprints, specifications to determine process, materials, tooling, and sequence of operations
- Selecting and installing appropriate tools and equipment (cams, forming tools, cut off tools, dies, etc.) to produce a part as specified on blue print.
- Keep parts and tools in their proper place, occasionally fix or replace broken tooling and have replacement parts available.
- Grind arbors and any other necessary parts.
- Maintain quality at standard rates of set-up and running speed.
- Problem solve, correct and/or stop production when defective parts are detected.
- Interpret shop orders, use computer terminals, and material requisitions properly.
- Weigh, label, and package parts
- Abide by safe work practices at all times
Are you a good fit for this job?
You could be the right person if you have these qualifications:
- Have willingness and drive to learn new things.
- Understand that Quality is second only to Safety.
- Have a mechanical aptitude
- Know or want to learn to read basic blueprints, micrometers, calipers, dial gauges, load test scales and metric conversion accurately.
- Have sound mathematical skills
- Possess Strong problem-solving ability
- Ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal situations and can read and write English.
- Great attendance
- A positive attitude
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds repeatedly during the course of a workday.
- Candidate will be required to stand for long periods of time.
If you ask our employees why they love working at Michigan Spring and Stamping, they will tell you it’s because of the great people they get to work with every day, the flexibility and job security we provide and the daily opportunities which keep them motivated. We are a medium sized company right where you want to be and where you can really make a difference.
In addition to a great work environment, we offer an outstanding compensation and benefits package. Within our benefits package; affordable medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, long and short term disability (at no cost to you), 401k with company match, profit sharing, generous educational reimbursement policy, vacation and flexible schedules.
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Who We Are:
Ball Corporation, since its founding in 1880, has evolved and expanded from its humble beginnings as a manufacturer of wood-jacketed tin cans into the global manufacturing leader it is today. From the development of innovative metal packaging to the beverage, food and consumer goods markets to delivering proven instruments, sensors and spacecraft to the aerospace and defense industries, Ball's unmatched expertise and global reach ensure that no matter our customers' mission, we are there to help them achieve it.
Since the aerosol can revolutionized consumer products in the 1940s, Ball has refined and improved the technology to suit today's needs. We recently developed a new metal alloy that reduces the weight of our aluminum aerosol cans by as much as 15%. We also breathed new air into aerosol technology with the introduction of our next generation of tinplate aerosol packaging, which is helping us meeting and exceed our customers' growing expectations.
Metal food packaging has set the standard for freshness and preservation for well over a century, and we continue to push boundaries and innovate in this sector. What excites us most is the sustainability advantages that metal packaging provides. It is one of the most environmentally friendly and economical forms of packaging.
With the help of our 18,450 talented employees around the world, Ball will continue to revolutionize our industries, serve our customers, and put the right people, processes and partners in place to help us achieve our vision and create long-term value for all our shareholders.
Ball is a Lean/SixSigma environment.
The Verona plant became part of Ball's metal food & household products packaging division, Americas, in 2010 when Ball acquired Neuman Aluminum. The plant originally opened in 1986 and manufacturers approximately 24,500 metric tons of aluminum discs (slugs) for impact extrusion annually.
The plant is located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains. Within a short drive of the State and Nation's Capital there is plenty to do and see whether it be culture related activities, great dinning or enjoying the mountains, streams and lakes.
Primary Purpose of Position:
Employee is responsible for banding, racking, and moving coils and transporting them to storage. Employee must be able to operate the controls at the coiler table. Employee is responsible for relieving at the wheel; including monitoring quality, controlling the flow of molten metal from the furnace to the wheel where it cools and is processed.
Essential Functions and
Complies with established job safety practices, policies and procedures as specified in plant and corporate directives for the safe performance of the work assignment.
Supports and follows the guidelines of the food safety system.
Feed and band coils; take coils off coiler and band.
Monitor degasser for proper working condition, clean every 15 minutes.
Assure Chlorine and Argon tanks are filled to the proper level. Replace tanks when empty.
Check/monitor slab/strip for cracks, blisters, oxides, or other visible damage/defects.
Make sure that all dross in aluminum is taken out by skimming.
Check speed and rotation of degasser shaft; allow metal to run through degasser.
Open furnace and allow molten aluminum to exit through tap hole.
Control rate of metal to fill small tilt furnaces; skim/scrape tilt furnaces.
Monitor metal as it enters the wheel and cools; clean and examine belt and wheel.
Complete wheel/belt sheet including belt condition, spray/sand belt/wheel, and temperature.
Any other tasks as assigned by management including; assisting management in the training of new employees.
Regular, consistent and on-time attendance is required.
Establishes and maintains effective work relationships within the department, the division, the group, and the company. Includes ability to handle stress and to interact with others so as to establish and maintain a positive and productive work environment and minimize personal conflicts.
Required to work assigned schedule or 12-hour shifts, rotating days and nights, Monday through Sunday, working hours may vary as specified by management. Incumbent must be able to work overtime on a regular basis and/or be on call as directed by management.
Regular and predictable attendance is required between the assigned start and end times of work.
Performs duties without posing a direct threat to anyone or to property. Direct threat is defined as a significant risk of substantial harm that cannot be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by reasonable accommodation.
Assures and maintains safe and healthful working conditions while enforcing safety rules and regulations.
Broad training in a related field usually acquired through high school education or equivalent.
Working knowledge of the following areas:
Basic reading, writing, and math skills required.
Must adhere to all guidelines as required by OSHA.
Experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment.
Manufacturing environment - may be dirty, dusty, and loud.
Employees will work around moving machinery.
Employees will spend the majority of their time standing, sitting and/or walking.
Must be able to withstand high temperatures; required lifting may be 55 Lbs.
Employees are expected to be on time each day that they are scheduled.Ability to apply standard evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.
Works in a manufacturing environment.
This position is exposed to occupational hazards, including but not limited to, high noise levels, physical obstacles, exposure to chemicals, etc.
Must wear appropriate safety glasses, hearing protection, clothing, and footwear in appropriate areas and follow safety practices.
Works in confined area(s).
Relocation for this position is NOT Available
Ball Corporation offers comprehensive benefits packages, including paid holidays/vacation, affordable medical, dental, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, ESPP, and retirement plans.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Minority, Female, Disabled, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Veterans.
Setup Specialist/Cnc Machine Operator (2307-271)
Associated Spring has an exciting and rewarding opportunity available for a Setup Specialist/CNC Machine Operator in Milwaukee, WI. The Setup Specialist/CNC Machine Operator is responsible for operating mechanical and CNC coilers and wire forming machines to produce compression springs. In this position you will be expected to setup, adjust, operate and maintenance equipment and maintain tooling requirements. Positions to be filled on 1st and/or 2nd shifts. If you are a self-motivated individual who thrives in a fast-paced environment, please submit your resume for further consideration.
Set-up, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot various spring forming equipment, including mechanical and hydraulic presses, hydraulic formers, spring winders, etc.
Following control plans and use statistical techniques to insure processes are centered
Develop, maintain, and improve set-ups, procedures and process documentation
Detect and correct or report equipment, machine, material, production or other operating difficulties to Supervisor
Determine tooling requirements and develop, with some assistance if necessary, tooling, fixtures, holding devices and other machine or equipment accessories
Assist in developing product, process and tooling, working with Engineers and Toolmaker when applicable
Diagnose operating problems and take corrective action, with some assistance if necessary
Perform routine machine maintenance and preventative maintenance
Develop or modify NC/CNC programs to optimize production operations
Set up and operate machine tools including surface grinders, mills, and lathes
Assist machine operators/temporary employees in the interpretation of operating methods
Maintain work area in a clean and orderly fashion and conform to all quality and safety procedures
Work from schedules, drawings, specifications, job orders or special instructions
Select or determine appropriate equipment, arbors, cams, discs, blocks, fixtures, and any other special tooling as necessary to meet production and quality requirements
Actively participates continuous improvement activities to reduce waste, improve processes and products and set best practice standards
Properly use all required safety equipment and devices and ensure support personnel are instructed how to operate equipment safely
Follow and participate in BES (Barnes Enterprise System) programs such as Kaizen events, 6S, etc.
Comply with all company procedures, policies and Safety and Environmental Regulations
High school education minimum.
3 years of formal trades training or may consider equivalent experience with detailed blueprint reading and interpretation proficiency.
2 years coiling set-up experience preferred
5-7 years experience in manufacturing
Proven ability to understand and utilize statistical techniques to maintain process capability.
Ability to use shop math, primarily Metric units of measure.
Ability to work from drawings and specifications.
Experience using adjustable precision measuring devices such as micrometers, calipers and other equipment.
Ability to troubleshoot and repair machine issues.
Knowledge of processes and machines related to products manufactured preferred.
Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.
Ability to obtain a fork truck license.
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative PRN
Medical City Plano
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative processes calls and pages. The Operator takes an active role in communication for emergency codes, conditions, and drills. The Operator also monitors security alarms.
High school diploma/GED preferred
PBX experience preferred
Minimum of two years of heavy multiline phone experience is required
AP #3 Exit Operator
The position of AP3 vacation coverage operator is responsible for all operating functions as listed below. Operation of the AP3 Unit must be understood in total with the focus of utilizing the equipment to meet all the quality and productivity goals as outlined in our quality system. All work instructions must be followed as outlined.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1.) Check schedule of coils to be run to insure correct coil is on the line.
2.) Receive communication from Entry of coil number running and observe for any incoming defects.
3.) Monitor coils in line for steering and defects, correct as necessary.
4.) Work with the Pickling/SKP operator while performing all functions at the SKP/TLU.
5.) Work with the Pickling/SKP/Trim operator while performing set ups on the side trimmer and during the side trimming operation.
6.) Start the coil to the Coiler Reel and insert interleaving paper and cores as per work instructions.
7.) Ensure that there is an ample supply of the correct interleaving paper and cardboard cores readily available.
8.) Properly identify coils exiting the unit as per work instructions and enter all machine sheets.
9.) Follow all prescribed safety rules.
10.) Housekeeping/maintenance work as assigned.
11.) Any other jobs as assigned.
MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of a High School Degree or Equivalent (GED).
PHYSICAL ABILITIES REQUIRED:
1.) Mobility: Stand (stationary)
2.) Strength and Agility: Lifting - occ. 75#, carrying - occ. 150 ft., push/pull - occ. 75#, climbing - occ., balancing - occ., bending - occ., stooping - occ., crouching - occ., kneeling - occ., crawling - occ., running - occ., twisting - occ., turning - occ.
3.) Dexterity: Grasping (firm/strong), finger dexterity/handling, reaching.
1.) Mobility in plant
2.) Ability to lift at least 50 lbs.
3.) Visual ability with or without correction
4.) Communication ability
5.) Ability to work a rotating shift (rotating from days to nights on a weekly or bi-weekly schedule).
HEALTH AND SAFETY
1.) Work in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations.
2.) Follow Company safety rules.
3.) Report the absence of or defect in any protective equipment or clothing to the Supervisor or Manager immediately.
4.) Use or wear the equipment, protective devices or clothing that is required to be used or worn:
5.) Report to the Safety Coordinator, Group Lead or Supervisor any contravention of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations or Company policy.
6.) Must follow all Lock out Tag out (LOTO) guidelines for designated machines.
7.) Maintain a clean and safe work area.
1.) Work in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations.
2.) Clean, well ventilated and safe work areas.
Operator Helper - Equipment Operator
Under supervision, perform semi-skilled manual work in connection with an entry level position in power plant operation. Assist equipment operators while learning the following job duties:
Isolate, clean, open, replace, inspect, close and return to service plant equipment. Isolate equipment and place/remove clearance tags in the plant and switchyard. Operate, regulate, adjust, clean and perform minor maintenance on plant auxiliary systems.
Monitor and inspect all plant equipment for normal operation. Identify and report abnormal conditions to the proper authority and write work orders. Operate, clean, service and lubricate portable power driven tools and equipment.
Maintain tools, equipment and work areas in a clean and orderly condition. Utilize portable meters, analyzers and equipment to conduct tests and monitoring. Lubricate and check lubrication equipment; adjust packing glands as necessary and perform necessary operative maintenance, using appropriate hand tools.
Operate oil filtering equipment. Erect and remove simple scaffolding and rigging. Perform routine cleaning of plant areas and equipment, including outside areas, as assigned.
Load, unload, move and handle materials, supplies and equipment; open boxes, barrels, bags and other materials using material handling equipment.
Monitor water chemistry as required. Maintain water pH and follow EPA guidelines as applicable.
Assist in preparing boilers and auxiliaries for operation and removal from service. If applicable, monitor coal feed to mills and burners and observe conditions of fires and furnaces. Hand lance slag in boilers, hand- operating soot blowers, unplugging ash lines, disposing of clinkers and other similar work.
Use flow diagrams to identify system piping and equipment and revise these prints as required. Make required equipment checks and assist in performing tests and preparing related reports, graphs and curves. Perform duties in accordance with Company's safety rules, operating regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices.
Train for and carry out assignments in firefighting, first aid and other emergency response programs as required. Perform other job duties as assigned.
Operator Tech I - Wireline Operator
Demonstration of wireline operations technical skills and practical applications, including supporting surveying and wireline logging services, conducting rig-up and rig-down of down hole equipment, disassembly of tools, and post-job on-site equipment testing.
Operate heavy equipment such as Wireline Trucks, Manlifts, Bucket trucks and Forklifts. Support other projects at the Geysers such as performing steam well and pipeline maintenance and assisting with Steamfield and Power Plant operations.
Routine maintenance of wireline equipment at jobsite and assembling tools.
Performing rig-up procedures and installations at jobsites.
Performing safe operation of crane and sling loads.
Performing pre-job preparation of wireline equipment, wireline units, survey jobs and ensuring completion of pre-job logistics.
Removing and disassembling tools and equipment in the field.
Carry out post-job shop responsibilities, including cleaning, servicing equipment, office equipment testing, and accurate and timely submission paperwork and related files.
Preparing and maintaining documentation for jobs, daily reporting, and all applicable administrative functions.
Perform general shop duties for tools and equipment.
Comply with applicable safety standards and maintain a safe working environment
Cooperate with management in promoting, developing and maintaining a safe place of work and safe working practices, meeting all applicable health, safety and environmental requirements
High School Diploma and attendance in trade/vocational school, military service, or equivalent.
Entry level; minimum 2 years directly related experience including understanding of health and safety regulations, and previous experience working with and around hazardous energy, chemicals and waste materials including knowledge of safe handling, storage,
Must have experience with machinery repair.
Must have strong mechanical aptitude and basic understanding of chemistry, physics, electricity and mathematics.
Must have a valid California or other state equivalent Class C license and be in the process of obtaining a Class B license.
Preferred Valid Active Commercial Driver’s License (CDL Class B, Minimum)
Preferred Two years previous experience in wireline and/or geothermal/oilfield industry.
Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.
Calpine is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities. If you are interested in applying for employment and need special assistance or an accommodation to use
our website or to apply for a position, please send an e-mail with your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Determination on requests for reasonable accommodation are made on case-by-case basis.
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Field Operator 2 - Marine Systems Operator
Northrop Grumman's Mission Systems Sector Undersea Systems Division is seeking a self-starting, motivated Field Operator 2 - Marine Systems for an excellent opportunity to join a dedicated team. The team designs, develops, tests, delivers, and operates advanced prototype, unique marine systems.
The qualified candidate will split time working ashore in Southern California and worldwide at-sea aboard commercial work boats. The field site personnel possess a wide variety of engineering disciplines including mechanical, ocean, electrical, and software engineering; drafting; mechanical and electronics assembly; and quality assurance. Candidates for this position are expected to contribute to this broad technical depth with good problem-solving skills and hands-on workmanship abilities. Ashore duties will focus on equipment maintenance and upgrades and operational qualifications and training. At-sea duties will focus on equipment readiness and operations in a high tempo environment.
The Field Operator must be able to work collaboratively in small, technically focused teams; prioritize and adjust tasks simultaneously to accomplish the project result; determine priorities to achieve the required goal on short and long term basis, and make decisions that have an impact on the organization's credibility, operations, and services.
This position is envisioned to be full-time with comprehensive benefits including health and dental insurance, paid time off, and matching contributions to a 401K retirement account. However, qualified candidates who desire part-time/deployment-only employment will be considered and are encouraged to apply. Part-time employees will work at-sea for weeks or months followed by extended time off without pay. Full-time employees will split time between working at-sea for weeks or months followed by working ashore at the Southern California field site.
This position is contingent upon the candidate obtaining a DoD Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access.
High school diploma or GED
Five years of hands-on experience operating and maintaining marine systems, such as remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), or diving systems
Ability to work at-sea aboard a commercial vessel. Each at-sea assignment will typically last 45-60 days and employees are generally expected to support at least two at-sea assignments per calendar year. Annual physical exams are required to verify fitness for sea duty.
The chosen candidate be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access; this requires US citizenship.
Active Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access is desired.
Bachelor Degree in a STEM field such as mechanical, ocean, or electrical engineering
Prior military experience, preferably U.S Navy
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Process Operator II - Preweigh Operator
1st and 2nd shift
Maintain a clean, safe and orderly work environment by properly identifying and storing ingredients, supplies and products as directed by supervisors and efficiently using various hand tools and equipment.
Read and follow the daily production schedule and instructions, prepare packaging materials by retrieving items form storage, applying labels to containers, setting up and loading filling machines, stacking and palletizing products operating various automatic and manual packaging machines, scales and printing devices, industrial lift trucks, pallet jacks and other material handling equipment.
Prepare ingredients according to production schedule and instructions for blending and compounding using various tools and measuring devices, included but not limited to: digital/manual scales, pumps, and hand scoops, buckets, bags, supersacks and pallets. Operate various processing equipment designed to break up, grind, mix, transport, or otherwise prepare ingredients for final processing
Assist other operators as directed.
Bipro Operator Bipro Operator Th-Sat Every Other Sunday Night 5 Am To 5Pm
Agropur is currently looking for a BiPRO Operator at our Jerome, ID location.
Essential Functions Include the Following:
Operate equipment and control processes in the production of high quality/ high value whey products, while applying learned knowledge of processes involved and production methods.
Complete CIP of the equipment used in the production of high quality/ high value whey products.
Complete all documentation in an accurate and timely manner.
Follow all GMP, SOP and HACCP programs.
Follow all safety programs and procedures directly involved with the whey department.
Monitor processes, materials, or surroundings and reviewing information by telephone, in written form or in person.
Identifying information by categorizing, estimating, recognizing changes or deviations in circumstances and or/events.
Perform operator level maintenance as needed when needed.
Assisting other coworkers with tasks and duties that are within the department as assigned.
Train other/new employees.
Ability to pay strong attention to detail and multitask effectively.
Ability to read and understand SOP's.
Understand and troubleshoot product flow's
Able to properly document information legibly.
Understand and obey all Good Manufacturing Practice.
Previous food production is preferred.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Requires the ability to communicate and document work.
Strong organizational skills.
Good to excellent spelling, grammar and written communication skills.
Track and maintain information on a database.
Intermittently be able to lift 60 pounds.
Be able to move up and down stairs.
Able and willing to work safely with chemicals.
Ability to wear hearing protection.
Able to move above about work stations in a manufacturing environment for a 12 hour shift.
Be able to work at floor level, waist level, and shoulder level repetitively.
Be able to work the shift assigned and fill in other shifts as needed.
Be able to work weekends (including Saturday and Sunday) and off shifts if needed or assigned.
AA/EEO Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
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