Laminator Hand Job Description Sample
Laminator Operator - 3Rd Shift
Looking for a GREAT PLACE TO WORK? Look no further!
Saint-Gobain is a Global Top Employer.
Our team in Wayne, NJ is looking for a
3rd shift Laminator Operator
Setup, control, and run lamination equipment and inspect product, according to standard operating procedures and work
Clean and maintain machinery, tools, and work area as scheduled or as needed.
Maintain necessary records as required by SOPs and work instructions (ie. production data entry).
Visually observe, troubleshoot, and report non-conformance condition (either product or process) to supervisor, or manager as required.
Test samples for compliance with manufacturing standards according to SOPs.
Exhibits safety awareness and safe work practices
High school diploma or equivalent.
Able to operate independently and as part of a team.
Basic command of the English language, written and verbal.
Able to read and follow SOPs, labels and instructions.
Demonstrated mechanical abilities, including use of measuring devices.
Demonstrated mechanical and mathematical abilities.
Experience in Statistical Process Control.
Computer skills necessary to fulfill department requirements.
Who are we ?
Our commitment to being a Great Place to Work is a strong one. We encourage and foster our employees to be engaged through their participation in various committees/ teams. These teams help build a relationship between employees; they bring together employees from different shifts, different departments, and different career levels and promote a culture of unity and pride. In an environment of listening, caring, developing, thanking and inspiring, the Saint-Gobain Wayne Plant IS a Great Place to Work.
Saint-Gobain provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Saint-Gobain is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and supports the hiring of veterans.
Delivery Driver/ Shop Hand
Midwest Hose is one of the largest hose and fitting wholesale distributors in North America. Since opening our doors in 1983, we’ve steadily grown and continue to build our loyal customer base, which speaks to how enthusiastic we are for the future! Here at Midwest Hose & Specialty, we believe our employees are the fuel that drives our business, so we treat each person with the respect and value they deserve.
We provide room for upward mobility and advancement to other positions within the company. We promote from within our own organization and reward team members with the potential for advancement and pay increases! We offer competitive pay and career advancement based on performance.
We pride ourselves in offering a premier benefits package which includes:
- Very competitive compensation
- 401(k) plan with company match
- Company paid health and dental insurance plans
- Basic life and AD&D insurance
- Paid holidays
- 2 weeks of paid vacation
- Great work/life balance
- Casual dress environment
- Career longevity
- Professional growth
If you want to be part of an ever-growing company and believe that Midwest Hose & Specialty is the place for you to begin your new career path please apply today!
Enhance customer satisfaction, meet sales and profitability goals, assemble industrial hoses, ensure quality of finished products, manage supply chain of products. Deliver and pick up local products.
- Assist telephone and walk-in customers
- Understanding and utilizing catalog to assist customers in part selection
- Initiating customer orders and counter orders through ERP
- Cash, credit, and check processing
- Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent service
- Hose assembly process
- Prepare work to be accomplished by studying assembly instructions, and parts lists; gather parts, sub assemblies, and materials
- Select and use proper tools and equipment for each task such as saws, crimpers, tape measures and calipers
- Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and sub assemblies
- Supply chain management
- Identify and select proper parts to assemble a wide variety of hoses
- Document actions by completing production and quality forms
- Coil hose as required to prepare for delivery to customer
- Sell, service, and promote Midwest Hose product line to external customers
- Maintain outstanding store condition and visual merchandising standards
- Maintain professionalism in the work place
- Perform any other assigned proprietary duties
- Good reading and writing skills
- Must be able to pass an MVR
- Great verbal and written communication skills
- Compassionate and patient customer service skills
- High attention to detail
- Active listening skills
- Commitment to work additional hours as needed to complete orders received daily
- Energetic, outgoing, and positive attitude
- Good organization skills
- Reliable and dependable
- Prolonged standing, walking, stooping, bending, lifting – 100% daily (subject to change daily)
- Assist in lifting, pushing, and/or pulling up to 70 lbs. (occasionally up to 100 lbs.); receiving unloads up to 100%; order pulling up to 100%
- Must be able to meet the physical demands typical in a warehouse environment including but not limited to grasping and fine manipulations with hands, reaching, squatting, climbing, activities working around moving machinery, exposure to marked changes in temperature and humidity, exposure to light dust and fumes
- Ability to prioritize and manage time
- High School diploma or GED (required)
- Prior warehouse and delivery experience (required)
- Supply chain management experience (preferred but not required)
- Prior hose assembly experience (highly preferred but not required)
- Forklift experience (preferred but not required)
Setup Person Power Hand Tools
Work with other Material Management Specialist to ensure that the shop, shop personnel, tool rooms and other customers are supplied with tools, equipment and supplies. Set up and maintain inventory recording and control systems and facilitate/coordinate information and the movement of tools, equipment and shop supplies between organizations.
Analyze work in area, determine priorities and sequence work based on customer requirements. Develop, update and implement processes and procedures for the area. Order and receive tools, equipment and supplies to support the shop.
Determine shop needs, make adjustments as necessary and log in receivals using various computer programs. Store tools and supplies in an appropriate manner and in designated areas per toolroom procedures.
Verify that what is received is what was ordered, that the paperwork matches the supplies/tools and enter into the system. Investigate any discrepancies and follow appropriate procedures for correction, repair, replacement and/or rejection.
Process Packing Slip Invoice (PSI). Number, label and/or assign a number to new tools using appropriate tools (e.g., aluminum tags, air pencils, electro-chemical etch). Issue/route tools, supplies and safety equipment (e.g., safety glasses, dust masks, respirators) to shop personnel or tool room. Send used equipment out for refurbishment.
Maintain thorough inventory recording and control systems. Visually check tools for defects.
Route broken/worn tools to proper repair areas. Inventory tools, shop supplies and materials and audit periodically for accuracy. Maintain filing systems. Service satellite supply/tool areas (e.g., shadow boxes, drill cabinets, point-of-use areas).
Assign shadow box numbers and log in system. Ensure proper tools are kitted for the work order and machine per the Numerical Control (NC) Machine Document.
Order special cutters required by NC Documents. Operate mechanical lifts and other shop equipment to move material and tools. Locate tools and equipment using delinquent tool reports, hold out notices, computer programs and investigative skills.
Route tools to small tool repair or calibration/certification (cal/cert) for testing and/or certification. Check and post cal/cert report and maintain, track and document certification of tools. Prepare and maintain status information, manual logbooks, manifest sheets, tie-ins and other information.
Use and update computer systems to perform various job functions (e.g., add shippers, pull tool room orders, debit inventory, tool room credits, receive from outside vendors, ship orders to internal customers, check substitution codes, update and maintain user call contract information, print bar codes and labels).
Coordinate and work with other organizations (e.g., controllers, inspection, shop personnel, tool rooms, cal/cert) to supply customer needs, to expedite priority orders and/or to substitute orders per the substitution codes. Follow up on requests from shop personnel.
Troubleshoot/work customer problems. Input/transfer employee information into the tool room inventory management system.
Order and issue shop stamps for employees. Check the contents of and clear toolboxes for employees per Boeing Security procedures.
Clean and seal oxygen kits (e.g., wrenches, torque wrenches, gloves) using chemicals (e.g., freon, Genesolv) and black lights. Use personal protective equipment. Write Tool Grind Orders and maintain inventory of cutters in computer systems.
Apply protective coating, bag and box cutters for routing. Contact co-workers or supervisor when assistance is need.
Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians.
Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
Everett Site Operations
Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.
Resumes of current Puget Sound Boeing employees submitted via Careers at Boeing will be considered as this job is not installed in QTTP. This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement. High school graduate or GED preferred.
This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a "US Person" as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. "US Person" includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.
Contingent Upon Program Award
ITW Specialty Films designs, manufactures and markets specialized coated and/or metalized films for the Transaction Card, Security Documents, Medical IV bags, and Consumer Packaging markets. The division leverages unique core competencies and technologies in films, foils, laminates, holography and transfers to address customer needs globally. ITW Specialty Films operates in 13 locations in North America, Europe and Asia.
Operation of a laminator, including set up, line speed, splices, quality control functions, operation of process control equipment and testing equipment.
Set up and operate a four-station laminator (Feeder, wet coating laminator, separator and stacker), including set up, machine adjustments, quality reviews, and routine preventative maintenance.
Thin gauged material processing capability a must.
Mix adhesives according to required formulas utilizing proper PPE in protection of known respiratory and contact hazards.
Utilize written production Run Sheets to prepare production equipment for safe, efficient production.
Maintain proper written production, quality and inventory documentation.
Maintain production documentation on AS400 system.
Utilizing quality control procedures follow documented instructions on testing procedures and processes vs. established standards.
Excellent visual inspection capability a must. Moving sheets compared to standard for visual criteria that includes reflective value as well as defect detection and removal.
Perform material handling duties, including forklift use and computer transactions.
Operate and maintain pumping/filtering and flush equipment.
Make machine adjustments, based on product functional characteristics, visual inspection and quality test.
Clean and maintain all equipment.
Remove and replace heavy lamination rollers.
Use tape measures, scales, micrometers, pyrometers, hand tools and hoists.
Follow safety rules as required
General housekeeping duties. Must maintain neat and orderly work area.
Strictly adhere to safety regulations, security regulations and work rules.
Perform other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC JOB REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma or equivalent.
1-2 years coating machinery or printing press experience
Ability to lift 50 pounds.
Ability to follow instructions (both written and verbal).
Ability to work safely in both a high ambient temperature and hazardous environment.
Ability to operate heavy equipment, such as forklift.
Work with minimal supervision in a work cell
Inventory control functions required.
Strong mathematical/measurement ability required.
ITW offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, including competitively priced medical and dental coverage the first of the month following hire, free life insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and immediate 401k matching. Additional retirement savings contribution (above and beyond 401k) is awarded at no cost after one year.
ITW Specialty Films is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
If you are a qualified individual with a disability and are unable or limited in your ability to use or access the online application system process due to your disability, please email email@example.com to request assistance. No other requests will be acknowledged.
Floor Worker / Floor Hand
TheFloor worker is part of the crew that works on a workover rig and isresponsible for servicing oil and gas wells. The duties of the Floor workerinclude assisting in rigging-up and rigging-down, running drill pipe andcasing, and other functions specified by the customer or well operator. All duties are to be performed according tostandard operating procedures in order to maximize the safety of all personnelat the work site and to most efficiently perform the task. The Floor worker may be required to work thederrick or operate the rig if needed and has the training and knowledge to doso.
Essential Functions of Job:
1.Rigging-up and down: A floor worker will lift, operate, rig-up anddown the components of the service/work over rig and other equipment used onthe location.
2.Servicing the well:Each job will be slightly different, but a floor worker will generally alwaysbe required to position, lift, attach, install and work with casing, drill pipeand associated well equipment such as pumps, light plants, etc. A floor worker will be required to operatetongs, elevators, and other related rig tools and equipment. Have a basicknowledge of equipment and be able to perform field repairs and/or maintenance.
3.Training: This position requires various types anddegrees of job related training with respect to rig operation and operatingprocedures in addition to other specialized training such as HazardCommunication, Lock out/Tag out and H2S. The Floor worker is required to attendall training and safety meetings unless otherwise instructed by the Area Manager.
Adhere to all J&R and BPScompany policies and procedures that pertain to the job.
Review and participate in writingwork related JSA and/or procedures.
Respect others and be capable ofworking closely with others.
Listen and take instruction fromthe rig operator and the supervisor.
Participate in the companyobservation/Near Miss Program; report all significant risk behaviors,unsafe conditions and near misses immediately to the Supervisor.
Utilize all appropriate P.P.E.while on the job site.
Be an example and have an attitudethat reflects the importance of safety in J&R/BPS operation.
Failure to meet these expectationswill result in loss of quarterly bonuses and/or disciplinary actions.
Ask yourself on regular bases "Whathave I done to promote safe behaviors today?"
Thefollowing safety equipment is to be worn on the job at all times:
Andwhen applicable): Goggles, face shields, safety harnessand lanyard, ear plugs, tyvek suits, SCBAor other breathing apparatuses, H2S monitors, andother forms of fall protection.
6.Requirements for employment:
Pre-employmentdrug/alcohol testing (Must receive satisfactory results)
Postoffer physical examination (Must receive satisfactory results)
Random Drug and Alcohol testing (Must achieve satisfactory results)
Other items are required and are listedin the employee hiring package
7.Physical Requirements of Job:
Amount of each day spent: Standing: 50% Walking: 40% Sitting:10%
Employeeworks: Inside: 10% Outside: 90%
The Rig Hand performs service work onoil and gas wells as part of a 3-5 person workover rig crew.
WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU:
Valid Driver'sLicense with clear 3 year driving history
Ability to passpre-employment drug and alcohol screen and background check
High SchoolDiploma or Equivalent
Oil and Gasexperience preferred but not required
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US:
Exceptional Benefits Package
401k with match
Assist in loadingand off-loading pipe and other items from the truck/trailer to the rig
Pick up and laydown tubing
Operate crewtruck in safe and lawful manner and in accordance with company policy
Lift, remove,install and operate well head pump
Position, lift,attach, install and work with matting boards, tubing, rods, casing andassociated well equipment such as rod strippers, polish rods, etc.
Operate rodwrenches, tongs, elevators and other associated rig tools and equipment
Perform safetyand functionality inspections of equipment and tools as required
Complete requiredwork plans and job safety analysis
Attend andparticipate in all safety meetings and trainings
Document andcomplete daily log books (CDL Holders)
Perform othertasks as assigned by the Rig Operator, Rig Supervisor or Company Official
This position has no supervisoryresponsibility.
Regularly exposed to high, precariousplaces; moving mechanical parts; outside weather conditions; risk of electricalshock and explosives.
The following safety equipment is tobe worn on the job at all times:
Steel toed boots
And when applicable: goggles, faceshields, safety harness and lanyard, ear plugs, tyvek suits, SCBA or otherbreathing apparatuses, H2S monitors, and other forms of fall protection.
Regularlyrequired to talk or hear
Frequentlyrequired to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel and reachwith hands and arms
Occasionallyrequired to assist in lifting and/or moving up to 150 lbs
Regularlyrequired to lift and/or move up to 50 lbs
Specific visionabilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision,peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
Amountof each day spent: Standing: 50% Walking: 40% Sitting: 10%
Employeeworks: Inside: 10% Outside: 90%
Whileperforming job, employee will be required:
- lifting/carrying(0-100lbs) 15 times/hour 8-10 hours/day
- pulling/pushing(0-75lbs) 15 times/hour 8-10 hours/day
- to squat 7times/hour 8-10hours/day
- to kneel 5times/hour 8-10hours/day
- climbladders/stairs 4 times/hour 8-10 hours/day
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT:
Health, Safety and
Environmental (HSE) requirements shall be met in all activities. Nine EnergyService is responsible for provided a safe and healthy work environment for itsemployees, contractors and visitors. As an employee of Nine Energy Service, youare responsible for ensuring that you are working safely, have the appropriatetools and equipment for the job and that you protect the environment andfellow employees. This responsibility shall be taken seriously and work shouldalways be made towards continual improvement.
Certified Hand Therapist ( OT Or PT)
We are seeking an OT / CHT to treat various upper extremity disorders ranging from tendon injuries, sprain / strains, post-operative fractures, etc. Hand Therapist must be skilled in custom splinting.
We are also open to an OT who has at least 2 years of hand experience and is in process of getting their CHT. We will also pay for your CHT licensure exam!
Busy clinic with primarily orthopedic caseload; referrals from hand and orthopedic surgeons.
MONTHLY Hand team meetings held with your team of upper extremity therapists.
You would join the largest group of hand therapists employed in a single organization. Experience the benefits of a National hand therapy program:
National hand therapy program in 32 states with over 250 CHT's nationwide. Over 500 therapists are a part of the national hand therapy program
Nationally supported mentorship program therapists interested in pursuing their CHT credentials (available in most regions). Experienced therapist have the opportunity to become a mentor.
Education dept: National UE symposium, National journal club, National CHT study group, free local CEU's, webinar training programs, additional certification course available for UE COMT
Hand team meetings in each local area and virtual meetings and training available.
Opportunities to observe in physician clinics and work in contracted positions in physician's clinics
Opportunity for research and marketing activities
Opportunity to teach internal courses on a national and local level and contribute to other educational activities
Opportunity to develop and participate in program development for special populations
Hand therapy clinics are fully equipped and provide many treatment options
Opportunity to deliver unique programs to industrial workers: on-site visits, on site therapy, work conditioning, FCE, ergonomic assessments and pre-employment testing,
Our Clinicians Enjoy:
UNMATCHED continuing education program with internal CEU accrediting courses, company paid certifications, study groups, journal clubs and more.
Company matching 401(k) plan
Generous Paid Time Off plus Holidays
Affordable PPO Benefits with tobacco free discounts
Lucrative Salary with BONUS
For More Information Contact:
Select Physical Therapy, SSM Physical Therapy and Physiotherapy Associates
Responsible for the evaluation, plan of care, treatment, re-evaluation, discharge, and appropriate communications of high quality hand therapy services to patients and customers.
Develop treatment plans, supervise assistants and aides, contribute to case management, and provide quality patient care.
Maintain positive level of interaction with facilities and clients. Enhance and expand client relations with facilities and their staff.
Must be a graduate of an accredited school for Occupational or Physical Therapy.
Must hold specialty certification or licensure in Hand Therapy.
National registration and state licensure or registration REQUIRED.
MUST have solid experience in application of custom splinting pre and post-op orthopedic required.
Minimum two years in adult rehabilitation
Hand and splinting experience REQUIRED.
Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification.
Valid state driver's license.
The Plug Hand is responsible for delivering and picking upplugs for the Completion Tools Department as assigned by the Regional Manager.
Education –High School Diploma or equivalent
Communication– Written and verbal communication skills with the ability toread, write and comprehend correspondence, instructions and memos
Mechanical –Demonstrated ability to build and maintain oilfield related equipment
Presentation– Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one andsmall group situations to customers, clients and other employees of Nine EnergyService
Mathematics– Ability to add, subtract and multiply in all units of measure
Deliver and pick up plugs
Ensure job tickets are signed accordingly
Manage plug inventory
Serve as Plug Hand when requested by customer
Assemble oilfield tools
Maintain shop and setting equipment upkeep
Interact professionally and regularly with customersand consultants
Keep accurate logs for driving
This position has no supervisory responsibility
The work environment characteristics described here arerepresentative of those an employee encounters while performing the essentialfunctions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee willwork outside for moderate periods of time and is frequently exposed to oil andgas operational hazards e.g. H2S, noise, chemicals,hazardous energy, exposed and moving mechanical equipment anddriving. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas.
Travel requirements for this position could range between50-80% of the time.
The physical demands described here are representative ofthose that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essentialfunctions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodation.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee isfrequently required to stand, walk, use hands to handle/feel objects, tools orcontrols and reach with hands and arms. Occasionally it may be required toclimb, balance, stoop or kneel.
Must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specificvision abilities required by this job include vision, peripheral vision, depthperception and the ability to adjust focus.
This position requires that you will walk on the job site,climb ladders, climb stairs and walk on uneven ground.
This position will require the employee to spend a smallamount of their time on drilling sites.
HEALTH,SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT:
Health, Safety and Environmental(HSE) requirements shall be met in all activities. Nine Energy Service isresponsible for provided a safe and healthy work environment for its employees,contractors and visitors. As an employee of Nine Energy Service, you areresponsible for ensuring that you are working safely, have the appropriatetools and equipment for the job and thatyou protect the environment and fellow employees. This responsibility shall betaken seriously and work should always be made towards continual improvement.
NineEnergy Service does not discriminate for employment based on race, color,creed, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, disability, geneticinformation, veteran status or any other legally protected status under local,state or federal law.
Tower Hand I - Charlotte, NC - Break/Fix
We are currently offering a $1000 Sign on Bonus to all TowerHands!
Complete anonline employment application at:
If you receive an offer and start working with Goodman Networks, youwill receive the $1000 Sign on Bonus.
The offerletter will set the criteria for the payout of the sign on bonus!
Goodman Networks offers a complete family of solutions to wireless carriers, OEMs, backhaul service providers, and enterprise customers. Additionally, our Field Services division is a valued partner of DIRECTV delivering high quality service installations, maintenance, and upgrades for residential and commercial customers. Solutions and services offered by Goodman Networks help these entities implement new technologies faster, enhance network performance, and improve business results.
Tower Hands support allaspects of tower installations, including all antennas and transmissionlines. Tower Hands Perform construction duties on a daily basis ensuringquality construction fromthe foundation to erection of lattice towers, monopoles, and guyed towers.
May perform installs on radios, antennas, and associated RFequipment
Trouble shoots Alarms / RSSI issues at sites using supplied sweepgear.
Perform electrical down tilts and mechanical down tilts to avariety of antennas using supplied antenna controller units.
Run jumpers as needed to complete ongoing scopes of work.
May devise jumper connections with knowledge from connectortraining.
Complete required equipment and supply paperwork.
Climbing communicationsstructures, to include: guyed; self-supporting; monopoles; building/rooftops;grain silos; etc.
Performing audits: safety;defect and quality.
Ability to follow daily instructions.
Ability to run jumpers as needed tocomplete ongoing scopes of work.
Fill out required paperwork andprintouts.
Appliesjob skills and company policies and procedures to complete assigned tasks
Goodman Networks considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
Recommended Minimum Job Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Typically requires 6 months plus years ofexperience
Valid state-issued driver's license isrequired
MUST be a Certified Tower Climber - canbe via Gravitec Systems, Inc. or ComTrain
Recommended Knowledge, Skills and
Knowledge of standard knots
Trained in controlled descent
Trained in use of aerial lifts
Trained in procedures on a workingplatform
Trained in procedures on a cablebridge/ice bridge
Familiarity with UMTS and 4G
Requires working knowledgeof Microwave equipment.
Use of hand tools to mount equipment,run and connect cables, and secure climbers.
Knowledge of basicelectricity, grounding, and power safety.
Experience in completing full groundinginstallations, tower demolition, tower stripping and painting (erect and horizontal
Ability to Install fiber and coaxialcable on towers, rooftop - any structure
General understanding how to fibertest - Fiber Scope and Power Test
Troubleshoot and fix on connectors and
Ability to work closely with others
Travel as required, typically within adesignated region
Rescue certificationis preferred
Anritsu and/or OSHAcertification a plus
CPRand First Aid certification preferred
Must be able to climb and descend all types of tower and rooftop structures
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Must be able to travel as needed
Apply by emailing your resume TalentAcquisition@goodmannetworks.com
Immediate need for a reliable Shop Hand / Parts Finisher for a 1st Shift Monday – Friday opportunity. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a company that has stability and that they can grow with.
Benefits of the Shop Hand position include:
- Schedule: Monday – Friday 7:00am – 3:30pm
- Starting Wage: 13.00 - $15.00 an hour DOE
- Health Benefits and Paid Time Off are offered
Responsibilities of the Shop Hand position include:
- Grinds, files, or sands metal surfaces to remove burrs & sharp edges using hand tools, belt sanders and grinders.
- Visually & physically inspect parts for any dents or scratches that need to be removed.
- Interprets drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample parts to determine finish condition of work pieces, sequences of metal finishing operations, and set up requirements.
- Uses manual measuring devices to inspect finished items.
Qualifications for the Shop Hand position include:
- High school diploma or GED and a good understanding of math and measuring is required.
- Previous experience in a shop, fabrication or production environment preferred, but not required. High school metal or auto shop classes a great fit.
- Ability to do count, add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure including whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
- Ability to read and comprehend instructions, specifications, and memos.
- Must enjoy working with hands and be open to being trained on parts finishing.
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