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Supports the manufacturing process by performing job duties in a safe and efficient manner by operating various machines and tools utilized in the fabrication and pre-assembly process to provide high quality parts for work cells and allow our team to meet scheduled demands.
- Maintains awareness of surrounding activities and chooses behaviors that support safety.
- References Job Safety Analysis "JSA" graphics present on each machine to determine Personal Protective Equipment required for safe operation and risks that are present.
- Verifies conformance of work piece to specifications using calipers, metal gauge, protractor, square, ruler, measuring tape, etc.
- Verify production material details to guarantee production specifications are met by verifying stock number, confirming thickness, etc., and visually inspects/confirms metal characteristics.
- Follows 5S guidelines by maintaining work area standards to accomplish safety and production goals.
- Observes and finishes pieces by removing burrs, sharp edges, etc., in order to make work piece safe for internal and external customers
- Reads MSDS via computer when needed to maintain personal and environmental safely.
- Understands laser technology and how it relates to on the job safety to prevent workers from disabling beam and creating a work place hazard.
- Analyses and implements details found in isometric drawings, work orders, etc., to set and confirm production standards/accuracy for each job.
- Reads blueprints/layout drawings and other formats of information to retrieve data to identify process to be implemented.
- Shear, punch, grinds/sands, and notches, work piece to cut, bend, and straighten metal.
- Tends one or more automated machines to process metal work pieces to specification.
- Replace worn machine accessories, such as cutting tools, shear feet, guards, punches & dyes, welding tips, brushes & rollers, belts, knives, maintains fluid levels etc., when needed to maintain quality and production goals.
- Welds product to achieve production goals with attention on quality and customer specifications to insure overall customer satisfaction.
- Works closely with engineering department when implementing new designs and custom fabrication and submits Engineering Change Request when needed.
- Sets up and operates machine tools associated with fabricating shops, such as welders, spot welders, rolls, presses, notchers, etc.
- Tack or spot welds to secure work pieces for other welders.
- Lifts work piece manually or using hoist and secures work piece in fixture or loads automatic feeding device.
- Starts machine, engages feed, and observes operation.
- Troubleshoots work related problems by applying knowledge and experience and following company guidelines for resolving production issues.
- Welds metal parts on production line, using previously set up gas- or arc-welding equipment.
- Transports, stores, and replaces gases, tanks, etc., by identifying contents and understanding related safety issues.
- Operates motorized equipment such as fork truck, crane, etc., during the retrieval and movement of materials utilizing guidelines set forth in the Job Safety Analysis.
- Performs sandblasting to clean materials and maintains equipment with solvents.
- Perform all job duties consistent with the Code of Ethics and the 4-I Values
- Perform other duties and cross training as assigned
- High School Diploma/GED or meeting WorkKeys entry assessment levels for position and 1 year equivalent experience.
- Experience Requirements: One to three years experience in manufacturing, metal fabrication or industrial setting.
- Previous experience with sheet metal, press brake operations or welding is preferred.
- Physical Demands:
- Ability to frequently lift up to 50 pounds individually and occasionally lift greater than 75 pounds with assistance.
- Ability to stand for extended periods of time, bend, kneel, reach, lift, sit, in a hectic, noisy environment in hot, cold conditions, with airborne dust/fumes present.
Ability to manually move machine controls using hand and foot guides to adjust machine for accuracy.
Ability to distinguish basic colors and shapes when running CNC punch press.
- Computer Experience: Ability to maintain basic knowledge of SAP.
- Minimum assessment on ACT WorkKeys of Observation Level 4 and Locating Information Level 4 will be preferred.
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