Sets-up and operates a production machine in accordance with established procedures and guidelines. Reads and
•Prior to beginning work, inspects equipment to assure that it is in safe operating condition and that any required preventative maintenance checks have been completed.
•Performs routine maintenance as required.
•Reads and interprets blueprints and work orders to insure that specifications and tolerances are met.
•Obtains material, parts and tools as needed to complete job.
•Sets up, adjusts and operates equipment in a safe, efficient and accurate manner to produce required parts.
•Works to reduce scrap and improve quality.
•Checks work to make sure it meets specifications and tolerances.
•May include but not limited to washing, painting and spraying in paint booth.
•Accurately completes all required paperwork, including recording labor data.
•Comply with OSHA Standards.
•May be assigned to other tasks as needed to meet work load demands.
•Keep Supervisor advised of any quality problems, concerns, delays, etc.
•Advise Supervisor of any maintenance work. Maintain an orderly and safe work environment.
•Suggest methods improvements or alternate methods and materials to reduce cost and/or improve quality
•Performs other duties as apparent or assigned.
Machine Operator 4 – This is an entry level or training level for new employees with no experience or those with limited skills.
Machine Operator 5 – Employees at this level demonstrate the ability to effectively operate one or more machines, equipment and tools, to interpret blueprints and specifications. Demonstrates an understanding of the working properties of various metals and applies this understanding effectively. May assist with training of others.
Machine Operator 6 – Demonstrates high level of ability to accurately and efficiently operate the more complicated equipment, can solve more complicated fabrication problems. Participate in installing, testing and adjusting new equipment. Ability to operate multiple machines. Assist with training of others.
Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Demonstrates ability to read, interpret and apply blueprints, weld symbols and procedures.
Machine Operator 4 – May require 0-1 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
Machine Operator 5 - May require 1-2 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
Machine Operator 6 - May require 2 or more of experience in the field or in a related area.
Equal Opportunity Employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.