•CNC MACHINE OPERATION •START MACHINERY AND MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO MACHINERY WHEN NECESSARY TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE •MACHINE SET-UP AND REPAIRS •TROUBLESHOOT ISSUES AND PERFORM MAINTENANCE •MICROMETERS AND CALIPER KNOWLEDGE •MUST PASS BENNETT AND RAMSEY MACHINE TESTING TO BE CONSIDERED
•MACHINE OPERATOR •INSPECTING/PACKING •MUST HAVE MECHANICAL APTITUDE •ABILITY TO READ BLUE PRINTS & USE CALIPERS AND MICROMETERS •AUTOMOTIVE EXPERIENCE IS A PLUS
•PACKAGING FOOD IN CONTAINERS •FILLING CONTAINERS WITH FOOD PRODUCT •KEEPING WORK AREA CLEAN •PICKING/PACKING •ASSEMBLY WORK •WORKING IN COOLERS-MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO DO SO FOR FULL 8 HOURS
The maintenance technician completes preventive maintenance prerequisites on mechanical equipment like motors, conveyors, production machines, pneumatic tools and engines thereby ensuring smooth operation of such machinery and mechanical gadgets. He/she follows manufacturer’s instructions, engineering specifications, sketches, operation manuals, and diagrams, to diagnose and troubleshoot abnormalities. It is the role of the machine maintenance technician to identify sources of complications by observing mechanical devices while in operation and tune in for issues by utilizing accuracy and inspection instruments. He/she will then take out defective parts by disassembling mechanisms using cranes, hoists, and hand and power tools. The technician identifies changes in dimensional prerequisites of parts by examining utilized parts and making use of calipers, micrometers, rules and other measuring appliances. The ideal candidate for this office will realign and control instruments by utilizing plumb bobs, straight edges, hand tools and levels. The maintenance technician will be in charge of performing troubleshooting tasks and repair works on complex industrial machines. The individual vying for this post will require sufficient understanding of metal properties, layout, troubleshooting industrial machines, and shop mathematics by making use of PLC, control and relay circuits. It may also involve welding, altering or fabricating components of equipment.
Material Handlers work within a company’s warehouse, moving, handling and storing different materials. They track the stock within the warehouse, record orders and store the company’s merchandise. Material Handlers are regularly on their feet loading and unloading inventory, supplies and other packages from various locations, like storage and production areas, delivery trucks and loading docks. Before loading up trucks for delivery, the Material Handlers check their files and records to make sure all of the incoming deliveries follow what’s written in their purchase orders. They’re also in charge of storing cargo in various assigned locations, using materials like pallets and cargo boards. After moving different units, they log the total number they’ve moved for the day in their production sheet.
* Sets machine controls and regulates molding temperature, volume of plastic, molding pressure and time, according to knowledge of plastics and molding procedures* Establishes and maintains the set points to produce a quality part at the optimum cycle.* Assist Mold Setters to safely complete mold changes and to maintain quality parts at an acceptable cycle time* Inspect all tools needed to complete mold change.* Simple troubleshooting of injection molding machines and auxiliary equipment.* Resets and starts all material and conveyor equipment.* Robot Programming as needed* Set up hot stamping machines to produce consistent and quality stamps.* Records data on proper forms or books.* Performs color changes with and without purging compound.
Mold Setter• Performs mold changes• Install dies on machine according to work order specifications• Responsible for molding machine set up including ancillary equipment as related to the molding process• Follow and document process parameters to ensure repeatable results• Ability to properly handle material, molded product, and related inventory control• Responsible for proper handling and care of all materials, molds, and tooling• Responsible for completing Mold Setup and Resin Change Checklists• Assisting in modification of existing procedures and creation of new standardized work procedures• Process molding parameters to achieve quality parts and optimized cycle times• Use troubleshooting skills to improve and develop repeatable molding processes• Address unacceptable reject levels• Respond to machine alarms in a timely manner• Use a crane hoist to perform mold changes and maintenance of molding machines• Set up End of Arm tooling for robotic part removal and trimming• Ability to read and interpret blueprints• Utilizing and understanding all applicable subcomponents of the production order packet• Performs all the function and responsibilities of a material handler• Responsible for clear and consistent communication between shifts
Cell Operator• Weighing and scanning all baskets in their cell into the MES and sending them onto secondary.• Managing WIP tags for the baskets• Stacking parts (on the 2 cells that have a hand stack machine).• Removing bar ends from chip bins and changing out chip bins.• Maintaining cleanliness of the cell with the support of the cell lead and machine operator.• Breaking down and properly cleaning tooling for the 2 machine operators in their cell. Tie-in- spend the last 30 minutes on cell specific cleaning such as:• Mopping all decks and floors• Oncoming cell operator will stock baskets at machines, as necessary.• Wiping down machines, cabinet, power pack, conveyor, and bar feeder.• Emptying all drain buckets for tables, conveyors, and Vogel waste.• Final check that all tooling is broken down and clean.• Final check of chip bin, and dumping bar ends.• And cell specific items generated by the Gemba walks.
•REAL ESTATE ASSISTANT •COMPUTER WORK •MULTI-LINE PHONE •PREPARE CONTRACTS •PREPARE PROPOSALS MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN REAL ESTATE FIELD
•UNLOAD MATERIAL AND MERCHANDISE FROM INCOMING TRUCKS AND STACK THEM IN ASSIGNED PLACES •LOCATE AND MOVE TOCK OF PRODUCTS TO PALLETS OR CRATES FOR STORAGE & SHIPMENT •IDENTIFY DAMAGES AND REPORT SHORTAGES OR QUALITY DEFICIENCIES •TRASNPORT RAW MATERIALS TO PRODUCTION WORKSTATIONS •INSPECT MACHINERY TO DETERMINE THE NEED FOR REPAIRS •KEEP UPDATED RECORDS OF INVENTORY AND ACTIVITY LOGS •MAINTAIN SAFE AND ORDERLY WORK ENVIROMENT