Perform basic preventive maintenance and lubrication of equipment
Maintain quality levels set forth by the Quality Assurance Department to meet customer expectations
Proactively protect presses, support equipment and dies from damage
Interpret and communicate all daily manufacturing paperwork
Maintain a clean and safe work environment
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of safe operating practices for stamping dies, presses and other support equipment per OSHA standards.
Certification for fork truck operation optional.
Capabilities and Success Factors:
Focus on consistent quality and productivity
Above average problem-solving skills
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to work in fast-paced environment with continuous challenges
Focus on safety in the workplace in order to protect yourself and others from occupational accidents and injuries
Set up and Maintenance. Keep press running at rate.
Set up and operate a hydraulic press or punch press for routine established work.
Select correct tooling for the job task with setup documents or supervisor/lead assistance.
Load, install and correctly set up the tools required with some assistance from a supervisor or a lead.
Perform assigned work to time standards and quality expectations
Account for time and work completed via online computer data collection system.
Safely operate a forklift to handle materials and completed work.
Make routine decisions and use problem solving to resolve basic manufacturing issues or seek assistance.
Report and document basic material, production and quality control issues.
Maintain performance log books on assigned area equipment, report deficiencies to the maintenance team.
Participate in equipment preventative maintenance at the operator level.
Other duties as assigned.
Full time work. Pay based on experience. 33,000 to 65,000 per year