Cut Out And Marking Machine Operator Job Description Sample
Machine Operator II - Welder II B36 Fab - Tfpp
ON BOARD SERVICES
*2 month contract assignment in Marinette, WI
*Please submit resume to Dee.Barrows@onboardusa.com reference #18-00104
*Pay rate: $11.90/Hour
*Hours: 6:30 pm – 5:00 am Monday – Thursday *Overtime required. May be up to 56 hours/week.
Employees must have steel toe shoes and if prescription eye glasses are worn, they will need to have prescription eye safety glasses. Also will be required to wear ear plugs in those areas designate as hearing protection required.
*Must pass background requirements and drug screening prior to hire.
1. Operates projection tube and collar welder to weld components such as carrying handle lugs, confiners, hanger attachments, collars, and bottoms to extinguisher shells. Sets up SY welders by sight-setting of torch and wire projections, adjusting gas, wire feed speeds, amperages and voltages, setting welding overlap for various size Red Line and SY Shells. Using hand tools attaches fixtures to each machine during size changeovers.
2. Using a shear cuts sheet steel to proper size for fabricating 10, 20 and 30 pound shells. Rolls cut steel into tubular shapes, insuring proper overlap. Adjusts both shear and roller when size of shell changes and steel varies uniformity.
3. Operates a seam welder and planisher to fabricate 10, 20 and 30 pound shells. Using hand tools sets up both machines when shell requirement change, by removal of the mandrel, adjusting arms, adjusting stops, etc. Utilizes expander to test and check seam weld.
4. Operates welders to weld red Line, 101 and JOY shell spuds and bottoms. Using hand tools sets up spud, collar and bottom welders when shell size requirements change. Adjusts welding head angles, wire feed, weld speeds, voltages and amperages and gases as necessary for welding of JOY and Red Line shells.
5. Hydrostatically tests extinguishers by plugging shell openings and filling each shell with water and pressurizing to specifications and time. Visually check each shell for leaks and identifies then by marking the location of leak.
6. Placing metal components into fixtures and using wire feed welder, welds a variety of 10, 20 and 30 pound brackets. Adjusts welder, voltage, wire feed, etc, as conditions vary, using MIG welder.
7. Using arc wire feed and heli-arc welders, repairs rejected extinguishers. Salvage operations include silver soldering, annealing and brazing. Repairs fixtures, jigs, metal conditioning baskets. Builds up spinning blocks. Occasionally is called to help Maintenance with welding requirements as well as the Tool Room. Uses grinding wheels wire brushes and belt grinders and sanders to smooth welded surfaces.
8. Sets up cartridge welder by adjusting automatic feeder to cartridge size, sets gas and positions welding torch and wire to insure proper weld. Also adjusts automatic shut-off to insure proper overlap and torch angle. Operates cartridge welder by visually inspecting cartridge and closure before fitting and feeding into automatic loader.
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Machine Operator - Welder II - B36 FAB
Description JOB SUMMARY: Operate and adjust equipment to produce quality products safely and efficiently. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Properly load and operate machine (detailed responsibilities below by machine). 2.Properly thread machine with material. 3.Properly set machine speed for particular material to achieve piece standard for that material. 4.Clean machine and area around machine daily. 5.Complete 1st piece inspection report. 6.Records all downtime and production figures for assigned work station. 7.Assist troubleshooting machine for problems and diagnose/repair minor problems. 8.Meet and maintain production and quality standards. 9.Adhere to all company work rules. 10.Adhere to all safety rules and practices. 11.Maintain a positive work environment by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management. 12.Use or wear all appropriate safety equipment. 13.Other duties as assigned. An Equal Opportunity Employer E-Verify Participant AAP & VEVRAA Federal Contractor
, EXPERIENCE, CERTIFICATIONS, AND LICENSES 1. High school diploma or GED; or one to six months related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. 2.
Must be able to read and write in English. 3. Must be able to perform basic math functions. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 1.
Constantly moves or transports items up to 50 lbs. 2.
Must be physically and mentally able to work your required shift. 3. Constantly performs duties that are repetitive in nature or require repetitive movement. 4.
Must have the ability to judge that product is moving through equipment properly. 5. Good hand and eye coordination. 6. Must be able to constantly recognize product types and safety/warning material (some small in size). 7.
Constantly required to identify color coded safety & warning areas/notices (most commonly colored yellow and red and some in small print) in order to maintain a safe work environment. 8.
Constantly works in an environment that includes: seasonal heat & humidity; exposure to safety areas with moving equipment; dust/dirt; noise; vibrations from equipment; lighting differences; and occasional fumes. 9. Constantly required to position self in order to remove or replace product and operate equipment. 10.
Frequently receives or exchanges information with management or other personnel regarding work requests or issues. 11. Must be able to identify and react to potential hazards. 12.
Must be able to do basic math functions.
Quarterfolder 1. Load material onto unwind stands. 2.
Align material rolls for proper fold as materials run. 3.
Set machine to cut required width of material per process sheet within allowable tolerances. 4. Thread material properly into machine. 5. Adjust stones. 6.
Set felt feed roll gap according to thickness of material. 7. Properly set feed and material tension for proper fold. 8. Keep external machine free of grease and grime. 9.
Periodically clean folding rolls. 10. Completely blow out machine daily. 11.
Help reset packing fingers to proper setting as required. 12.
Be able to change wires and tape on machinery and adjust for various products. Interfolder 1. Properly load material on machine. 2.
Properly thread material as needed. 3.
Set felt feed roll gap according to the thickness of material. 4. Properly set feed and material tension for proper fold. 5.
Correctly keep marking ink full, clean and adjust sprayers. 6. Adjust speed of machine. 7. Adjust material for correct machine operation. 8.
Assist packing finished material into boxes. 9.
Periodically clean folding and vacuum rolls. 10. Change doctor blades and cutting blades as required. 11.
Assist setting up box folding/glue machine. 12.
Assist setting anvils. 13. Periodically check temperature on vacuum turbine. 14.
Daily clean machine and area around machine including vacuum ports weekly. Hobema 1. Load material on the unwind stands using the pneumatic lifts. 2.
Align material rolls for proper fold as material runs. 3.
Set machine to cut required width of material per process sheet and within allowable tolerances. 4. Thread material properly into machine. 5.
Properly sets feed and material tension for proper fold. 6. Keeps external and internal machine surfaces clean and free of grease and grime. 7. Periodically clean folding rolls with cleaning compound and supplies. 8.
Completely blows machine out on a daily basis. 9. Sets table height to proper setting per specs for different size material. 10. Properly sets controls on PLC cabinet for cut, count, and feed. 11.
Helps pack and polybag as required. 12. Helps maintenance repair machine. Sheeter 1.
Safely load backstands with material. 2.
Move rolls of material on backstand for proper alignment and cut. 3. Correctly adjust towel length with length adjustment wheel and fine adjustment wheel. 4.
Help troubleshoot machine and diagnose and correct minor problems. 5.
Properly thread different types of materials. 6.
Set conveyor speed. 7. Perform minor adjustments or repairs on belt drive clutch that controls material length. Requisition Number: 17-0028 Title: Machine Operator
Employment Type:* Full Time
Machine Operator I
We are now hiring Req #5032 Machine Operator I PROMFG Hourly FT Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Builders FirstSource is the largest supplier of building products, prefabricated components, and value-added services to the professional market segment, primarily for new residential construction and repair and remodeling, in the U.S. We provide customers an integrated homebuilding solution, offering manufacturing, supply, delivery and installation for a full range of structural and related building products.
We operate in 40 states with approximately 400 locations and have a market presence in 74 of the top 100 Metropolitan Statistical Areas, providing geographic diversity and balanced end market exposure. We service customers from strategically located distribution facilities and manufacturing facilities, that produce value-added products such as roof and floor trusses, wall panels, stairs, vinyl windows, custom millwork and pre-hung doors. Builders FirstSource also distributes dimensional lumber and lumber sheet goods, millwork, windows, interior and exterior doors, and other building products. Operates specialized machines such as door router, stair router, welder, plate cutter, table saws, planer jointer and component cutter necessary to perform such operations as routing, boring, ripsawing, cross cutting, beveling, grooving, and mitering of lumber or woodstock. *Selects and sets proper machine control settings/part(s) as needed, (e.g, placing correct disk on saw, setting guides, etc.) and according to type of work order and specification of cut.
*Selects material to be machined (e.g., beams, headers, studs, fire blocking, plates, blocks, doors, lumber). Places woodstock on table against proper guides, and pushes stock against saw or machine for cutting.
*Measures cut stock with ruler, caliper rule or square to verify dimensions against specifications and sets proper dimensions on automated machine settings. Cuts, routes, bores, etc. the woodstock material or product (doors) according to written or computer specifications on lengths, angles and dimensions.
*Removes cut stock from machine and places on job carts and delivers carts to proper location or team member for shipment or further work.
*Maintains production count by marking completed work on correct work order and delivering paperwork to team leader or manager.
*Clean equipment, floors and work areas according to safety procedures. High school diploma or general education degree (GED), plus one-year (1) prior work experience and in millwork, construction or lumber industries and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Six-monhts (6) prior work xperience on machines. Ability to demonstrate good mechanical aptitude and understanding of products and components used for mill production is essential. Builders FirstSource is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. PROMFG Hourly Jacksonville FL Millwork - 8275 Forshee Drive (32219), Jacksonville, Florida, United States of America
Machine Operator Iii- Redline Fab
Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. Our 117,000 employees create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions, integrated infrastructure and next generation transportation systems that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities.
Our commitment to sustainability dates back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. We are committed to helping our customers win and creating greater value for all of our stakeholders through strategic focus on our buildings and energy growth platforms. For additional information, please visitwww.johnsoncontrols.comor follow us @johnsoncontrols on Twitter. STATEMENT OF JOB The MACHINE OP 3, welding, works under the direction of the Redline Fabrication Supervisor.
Production welds by operating a seam welder, planisher, spud, collar, bottom welders and heli-arc welder. Prepares shells for welding by using a shear to cut steel to the correct size and rolling it to obtain proper overlap. Prepares welding machines by utilizing of blueprints to assure proper locations of specifications and sets up machines to attain proper torque values in accordance with specifications.
Prepares cartridge-welding machine to insure proper weld of closures. Also welds collars and bottoms of Red Line #5. ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY OBLIGATIONS Comply with the following Environmental, Health and Safety duties as a condition of employment: • Comply with safety rules • Attend and Participate in Safety Training • Participate actively in the safety process • Ask questions if something isn’t known • Report all accidents and injuries immediately • Submit suggestions to improve safety • Know responsibilities in the event of an emergency (i.e. what to do in the event of an alarm for fire, chemical spills, tornados, etc.) • Be a coach to others who are acting unsafely • Must have Lock-out tags after 6 months? • Attend and participate in all hazardous and non-hazardous waste trainings. • Ability to recognize chemical hazardous labels. • Spill management and clean-up. • Air shutoff locations. • Capability to follow satellite accumulation rules and requirements. • Proficiency to recognize hazardous wastes in your area and manage properly. QUALIFICATIONS Must be 18 years of age and have a HS Diploma or equivalent. Must be able to read prints and use small hand tools whenever needed to perform duties.
Work is performed mostly from a standing position, but must be able to work while bending and in uncomfortable positions. Requires working with light to heavy materials. Preference given to those with welding certificates or official welding training thru trade schools etc.
Must have ability to show a consistent weld history with a low scrap and reject rate. Candidate will have a proven history of meeting the effectivity goals as well as the productivity goals. DUTIES 1. Operates projection tube and collar welder to weld components such as carrying handle lugs, confiners, hanger attachments, collars, and bottoms to extinguisher shells.
Sets up SY welders by sight-setting of torch and wire projections, adjusting gas, wire feed speeds, amperages and voltages, setting welding overlap for various size Red Line and SY Shells. Using hand tools attaches fixtures to each machine during size changeovers. 2. Using a shear cuts sheet steel to proper size for fabricating 10, 20 and 30 pound shells.
Rolls cut steel into tubular shapes, insuring proper overlap. Adjusts both shear and roller when size of shell changes and steel varies uniformity. 3. Operates a seam welder and planisher to fabricate 10, 20 and 30 pound shells.
Using hand tools sets up both machines when shell requirement change, by removal of the mandrel, adjusting arms, adjusting stops, etc. Utilizes expander to test and check seam weld. 4. Operates welders to weld red Line, 101 and JOY shell spuds and bottoms.
Using hand tools sets up spud, collar and bottom welders when shell size requirements change. Adjusts welding head angles, wire feed, weld speeds, voltages and amperages and gases as necessary for welding of JOY and Red Line shells. 5. Hydrostatically tests extinguishers by plugging shell openings and filling each shell with water and pressurizing to specifications and time.
Visually check each shell for leaks and identifies then by marking the location of leak. 6. Placing metal components into fixtures and using wire feed welder, welds a variety of 10, 20 and 30 pound brackets. Adjusts welder, voltage, wire feed, etc., as conditions vary, using MIG welder. 7.
Using arc wire feed and heli-arc welders, repairs rejected extinguishers. Salvage operations include silver soldering, annealing and brazing. Repairs fixtures, jigs, metal conditioning baskets.
Builds up spinning blocks. Occasionally is called to help Maintenance with welding requirements as well as the Tool Room. Uses grinding wheels wire brushes and belt grinders and sanders to smooth welded surfaces. 8.
Sets up cartridge welder by adjusting automatic feeder to cartridge size, sets gas and positions welding torch and wire to insure proper weld. Also adjusts automatic shut-off to insure proper overlap and torch angle. Operates cartridge welder by visually inspecting cartridge and closure before fitting and feeding into automatic loader.
Organization:Bldg Technologies & Solutions
Title:Machine Operator III- Redline Fab
Cut Pad Tech
Cutpad tech will prepare parts that need dismantling and or cutting into specified pieces by our body shop and mechanical repair customers.Essential Job Duties: 1. Analyze and verification of correct instructions to provide product to customer or company 2. Perform functions of removing and cutting of body parts from vehicle with use of hand tools, either mechanical or manual 3.
Prepare by tagging and/or marking and placing respected parts in proper location for either shipping or inventory in warehouse. 4. Maintain a clean safe work environment 5. Utilization of required Personal Safety equipment at all times 6.
Perform other duties as deemed appropriate by supervision. Job Requirements Basic Qualifications (Minimum Required Experience, Education, Knowledge/Skills/Abilities, Essential Physical Demands): Education & Experience: High School or GED equivalent or working prior knowledge of automobiles disassembly with the use of hand tools, either mechanical or manual.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Analyze work order or cut sheet as prepared by company or customer to insure proper removal of requested items from vehicle. Essential Physical Demands/Work Environment:
Safely perform duties in elements of climate either cold or warm, possibly dusty environment. Ability to physically lift minimum of 70lbs without use of additional help.
Prior and verifiable experience with automobiles and the essential elements of automobiles. Mechanical or Technical training relevant to automobile parts and structure preferred. Apply Not ready to Apply? Share With https://www.jobs.net/jobs/lkqcorp/en-us/job/United-States/Cut-Pad-Tech/J3L7RT63PDKR94FF1M7/ Cut Pad Tech Job Snapshot
Employee Type: Full-Time
Location: Jenkinsburg, GA
Job Type: Automotive
Experience: Not Specified
Date Posted: 1/12/2018
Manufacturing Associate (Experience With Cut Parts From Various Rubber Parts)
Role: Manufacturing Associate (Experience with cut parts from various Rubber parts) Location:
Brea, CA 92821 Duration: 4 Months Contract Shift: 1st Shift (5:00 A.M TO 1:30 P.M) ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Special projects and other duties may be assigned as needed. Visually inspect part for details.
Clean and wash part(s) with Solvent or other method as directed Trim flash/excess materials and/or cut parts from various rubber parts and assemblies using cutting tools. Package parts per work instructions. Identify materials by tagging, marking and storing in proper location. Prepare inserts and/ or workstation with required tools and equipment.
JOB SUMMARY Reports directly to Lamination Supervisor or Team Lead and is responsible for ensuring production standards are maintained and work is done is an efficient and safe manner. Operate and set-up computer numerical control (CNC) machine to perform one or more machine functions on marine grade plywood, poly or other material.
Install/load various material into the CNC machine in order to cut to specification requirements maintaining quality and safety standards. Measures, cuts various material utilizing table saw, band saw, drill press and router to meet production demand and specification requirements.
Tools and Equipment: Operational knowledge of CNC machine, table saw, radial arm saw, disc sander, band saw, drill press and table router used in the wood shop process including but not limited to: tape measure, razor knife, marking utensil. Standard hand tools such as hand drill, DA, hand router, 3” grinder, staple gun, nail gun jig saw and die grinder. Personal protective equipment such as: safety glasses, hearing protection and gloves.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential Job Functions • Assembly of components for completion of work order such as lids, hinges, and latches • Insert control instructions into machine control units to start operation. • Monitor machine operation and control panel displays and compare readings to specifications to detect malfunctions. • Remove and replace dull cutting tools. • Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures. • Handling and Moving Objects • Plans stock inventory by checking stock to determine amount available; anticipating needed stock; placing and expediting orders for stock; verifying receipt of stock. • Uses hand tools and knowledge of various material
Supplemental Job Functions • Able to work overhead, stoop, bend, stretch and lift up to 75 lbs • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Supervisor/Team Lead .
Job Qualifications • Knowledgeable of production requirements and safe work practices. • Written and oral communication skills • Ability to multi-task • Ability to read and comprehend instructions.
FUNCTIONAL FACTORS Light lifting, up to 75 lbs Specific Visual requirements: Reaching over shoulder Depth perception Use of fingers Both hands required Stretching Walking Standing Hearing (aid permitted) Repeated stretching
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Working alone Constant noise, intermittent Working around moving objects Extreme humidity Bass Pro Shops is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job ID: 5072
Functional Area: MANUFACTUR
Position Type: Full-Time Regular
Shift: Any Shift
Location: HOMER, LA
Education Required: High School or GED
Experience Required: Not Indicated Works in a safe manner and follows all company EH&S rules. Assists the Operator and also accountable for maintaining product quality, minimizing waste, and maximizing productivity for all orders run on the machine.
Provides assistance to maintenance in changeovers to include, but not limited to, chill rolls, screen pack, etc. Performs or assists in performing roll changes, machine loading and unloading, changeovers, and cleaning up the machine area at extruder. Provides roll information of material put on the machine as required while checking to assure material is the proper construction.
Assists Operator in taping rubber rolls and other corrective tasks. Assists the Operator in performing routine preventive maintenance, monitoring instruments, and operating conditions. Must operate in the absence of the Operator and be capable of doing so within six months of being a helper.
Operates in an efficient manner, maintains awareness of job safety aspects, and applies safe work practices at all times. Must wear Kevlar gloves while working with metal bands, cutting down cores, and slab down waste. Responsible for assisting in making changeovers as fast as possible to improve on productivity and efficiency.
Someone (competent/qualified) must be watching the machine to monitor quality at all times and does not leave the machine without notifying the Operator. Responsible for maintaining the machine and area in a condition consistent with good housekeeping practices Daily/Weekly Machine Area: Machine and area around machine is clean & orderly.
All foil cores at the machine are peeled down and stacked on skid. All foil racks are broken down and stacked. Deckles are pulled out and plugs and blades are cleaned.
Ovens and mezzanines are clean. Primer pans, reservoirs, pumps & hoses are clean. All hopper loader filters and dust canisters are clean.
Carriages, dies & frame work around dies are clean. All resin is off floor around machine. Shutdown sheets & poly logs are removed from machine.
Excess resin in containers are removed around extruders. All Ink returned to correct containers and accounted for. Assists in operation and clean up of printing and priming units and drying ovens.
Performs automatic splicing requiring considerable technique. Responsible for obtaining raw stock and finished samples for the Lab as required by manufacturing spec. Writes the footage on the roll tickets on the finished rolls.
Must be capable of setting up and operating, blending, and poly feed systems. Responsible for notifying warehouse before running out of raw material. Responsible for ordering cores or cutting own when necessary.
Assists the Operator by operating crane, putting rolls on and taking finished material off machine, setting trim knives, handling drool pans, and any other tasks as directed by the Operator. Required to peel down foil cores and put scrap foil in boxes provided. Responsible for checking the bond and the appearance on each finished roll.
Responsible for flagging the bad material to help cut down on the waste at the slitter. Assists in making corrections to improve quality and efficiency. Annual training required in hazardous waste management, including contingency plan implementation and effective response to hazardous waste emergencies as defined by this facilities LA DEQ approved plan.This training will be conducted by either the Plant EH&S Coordinator or a qualified outside contractor.
It is your responsibility to follow the procedures and policies that are defined in this facilities Hazardous Waste Management plan during your daily duties that include handling, storage, or transporting hazardous waste at this facility.You are also responsible for following the procedures and policies that are defined in this facilities contingency plan during an emergency or spill of hazardous waste. Hazardous waste responsibilities for this position are as follows: Responsible for maintaining control of hazardous materials at his machine or area.
Responsible for obtaining proper containers for hazardous wastes generated at his machine and for transferring non-hazardous liquid wastes to collection point for transfer to storage tanks(s). Responsible for proper marking of waste containers for storage. Reports to Shift Supervisor or Lead Operator any unlisted waste.
Responsible for reporting discharge of hazardous waste.
Responsible for cleanup of machine sumps and equipment as required. Responsible for cleaning of empty containers, labeling, and moving ""empties"" to proper storage areas. LOADING/UNLOADING OF FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS:It is your responsibility to insure that the following are adhered to during transfer operations:
All hoses, pumps, containers, and support equipment used to transport, transfer, store, and pump flammable liquids must be DOT/NFPA/OSHA approved.This includes all tools used to open/seal containers.These tools must be constructed of non-sparking materials AREA SURVEY AND SURVEYLANCE:You are responsible for insuring that no open flames or ignition sources are present within 20 feet of the area that flammable liquids are exposed to the environment during transfer/pumping operations. You are responsible for insuring that the all hose transfer connection points on the truck/trailer are secured and not leaking before the truck can leave the facility. You are responsible for insuring that all spills are cleaned up immediately in accordance with our Hazardous Waste Management Contingency plan.
No lift trucks or equipment shall be stored outside the facility that will contaminate storm water. You may store equipment outside that is exposed to the environment if the following guidelines are implemented: All fluids must be drained from the lift truck or equipment and properly stored or disposed of in accordance with this facilities policy.
All surface residue must be cleaned from the lift truck or equipment.This must be performed in an area that will allow for 100% containment of both the residue and the cleaning media used.The collected residue and cleaning media mixture must be stored and disposed of in accordance with this facilities Hazardous Waste Management program. Once placed outside for storage, the lift truck or equipment must be tarped. No bulk storage containers can be placed outside the building or containment areas that will be exposed to the environment.This includes boxes of chemicals or drums, etc.Any storage outside the covered buildings/containment systems of this type requires modification/amendment to our Storm Water Plan.
Initiates ideas and develops proposals for improving quality of everything we do as measured by our customers and for reducing costs, in order to make the Division more competitive in the marketplace. Responsibilities of this position as it directly relates to the finished goods are to do each task correctly the first time to achieve the highest level of quality in the goods that I produce and the service I render.My aim is to continually improve year after year. The Helpers on the machine are responsible to the Operator.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Shift Supervisor/Shift Lead. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
CNC Machinist # Cleveland, OH
Job Snapshot # Location: Cleveland, OH # Category: Industrial # Employee Type: Direct Hire # Duration: 0 weeks
Pay Rate: $18.00 - $25.00 /Hour
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12/25/2017 # Job ID: 64077 # Contact: Volt # Phone: 216/464-4400 # Fax:
: CNC Machinist
: 2ND shift
$18-$25/hr. # OVERALL PURPOSE This position is responsible to function as a member of a work team to produce various Machined castings and fabrication forgings to Customer's specifications. # ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1. Observes all safety rules, regulations (including LOTO), and meets all safety program requirements. 2. Maintains working area in a clean, orderly and safe condition per the housekeeping policy. 3. Receives instructions and necessary information from the EOM Management Team and Syteline, and utilizes various production schedules and reports.
4. Verifies sizes of parts, and ensures parts will meet the customer’s requirements by properly performing layout operations. Completes non-conforming material reports (NCM) when necessary. 5. Loads and unloads machines with aid of overhead crane. Operates machine and material handling equipment with care to avoid damage. Utilizes a variety of below hook lifting devices as appropriate for the part/task. 6.
Assumes ownership of the part once cutting begins 7. Sets up and operates machines to perform required operations. Selects, installs and changes tooling as required to maintain cut quality.
8. Sets up and operate saw/lathe/mill, etc. selecting proper feeds and speeds. Adjust speeds and feeds in accordance with the machine to maximize chip removal rate and carbide life. 9. Procures core samples for tensile, impact, grain size, and other tests required by the Customer. This includes longitudinal and transverse tests as required.
10. Performs final dimensional inspection of product and completes dimensional sketch as required. 11. Checks and verifies, and maintains identification on all material handled by stamping or marking with necessary numbers, etc.
12. Enters all required data into Syteline including as-received sizes, final sizes, weights, test data, and saw blade information.
13. Enters accurate delay reason codes and production and delay times. 14. Keeps up with evacuation of chips and turnings to prevent ‘re-cutting’ of chips, damage to equipment, and overloading of conveyors. Removes cuttings, turnings, etc. as necessary to scrap area. 15. Assists utility person to moves/transports parts to next area of operation in a timely manner to maintain flow, including unloading transfer buggies and staging parts at the milling CCR’s. 16. Maintains necessary work center supplies, tooling, etc. 17. Lubricates equipment and performs all operator PM’s at scheduled frequencies. 18. Reports equipment issues, safety hazards, etc., and if broke down, notifies the supervisor immediately. 19. Reports all damage on a damage report. 20. Perform work in accordance with ISO 9001 Quality Management System. 21. At times the employee may be required to perform testing in accordance with ISO 17025, NADCAP or other Standards. During testing the employee is considered to be a part of Quality and shall not be pressured by outside influences. # OTHER DUTIES
Covers constrained work centers if needed.
Provides all requested data and completes forms for trials
Performs all other duties as required. # QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE AND/OR TRAINING:
High School Diploma or GED # LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS:
Forklift # WORK-RELATED KNOWLEDGE:
None required. # KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS:
Identify problems, inform others, and provide information to assist with solving the problem.
VERBAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS:
- Use verbal skills to communicate with co-workers or customers.
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS:
Complete and maintain documentation/records; to effectively convey ideas and information both in written and oral form. # MATH SKILLS:
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages, ratios
Word processing software
Other: internal manufacturing computer
system # TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Hand tools (hammer, measuring devices, wrench, level, etc.)
Power Hand tools (saws, drill press, grinders, sanders, etc.)
Motorized Equipment (generators, pressure washer, fork lift, etc.) + Other (please specify): Lathes, multi-head milling machines, centering machine, saws, test equipment, forklifts, calipers, computer terminal, overhead crane, scales, miscellaneous hand tools, etc. # MENTAL DEMANDS (Typically required on a regular basis to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.)
Independent judgment and discretion
Read, comprehend and follow instructions and work orders
Respond to unpredictability
Organize and prioritize
Relate to others # PHYSICAL DEMANDS (Typically required on a regular basis to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.)
Ability to stand
Ability to walk
Ability to sit
Ability to lift up to 65 lbs.
Ability to carry: est. weight: 90 lbs.
Ability to push: est. weight: 25 lbs.
Ability to pull: est. weight: 25 lbs.
Ability to kneel
Ability to crawl
Reaching at high or low level
Repetitive finger movement
Ability to use both hands
Ability to use both legs
Ability to communicate orally
Ability to hear conversation
Ability to pull hand over hand
Ability to climb stairs
Ability to use legs/arms to climb
Ability to balance
Ability to stoop
Repetitive twisting or pressure involving wrists or hands
Ability to repeatedly bend
Specific visual requirements
Use of depth perception
Use of color vision
Ability to operate truck/motor vehicle
Ability for rapid mental/muscular coordination simultaneously # WORKING CONDITIONS (Typically required on a regular basis.)
Work outside and inside
Work in heat over 100°
Work in cold below 55°
Work in excessive or frequent temperature changes
Work in dry atmospheric conditions
Exposure to constant noise above 85dB
Exposure to vibration
Exposure to dust(more than nuisance)
Exposure to gases
Exposure to chemicals
Exposure to grease/oils
Work with machinery with moving parts
Work with moving vehicles
Work weekly more than 40 hours
Work a shift between 8-12 hours
Work a rotating shift schedule # PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (Typically required on a regular basis.)
Boots: steel toed, metatarsal protector, etc
Gloves: latex, work gloves, etc.
Hearing Protection Volt has been serving some of the nation’s strongest companies for over 60 years. We have a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality for your career. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees. We are a Six Sigma company that also offers many employment opportunities. To learn more about Volt, please visit: http://www.volt.com and to see more of our job postings, please visit: http://jobs.volt.com.
Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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