BRAKE PRESS - 1ST OR 2ND SHIFT
JOB DESCRIPTION -
To ensure that product processed from press brakes meet the specifications of the customer.
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES, QUALIFICATIONS, AND BASIC SKILLLEVELS:
· High School education or equivalent.
· Experience working a manufacturing environment a plus.
· Strong industrial math skills and attention to details.
· Ability to learn tasks, and follow directions ,including use of measurement equipment.
· Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment.
· Regular and predictable attendance required.
· Fluent reading, writing, and speaking English.
· Successful completion of Pre-Employment physical.
Class C Operator
· Operate metal forming press brakes.
· Review shop orders, blueprints, and inspection records to determine process requirements.
· Examine and measure product to verify conformance to specifications using measurement equipment as specified on inspection records.
· Comply with policies, processes, and systems of the ISO quality management system.
· Support the commitment to a safe work environment as stated in the safety vision and the safety manual.
Class B Operator
· Perform duties listed above under class C operator
· Set up and adjust metal forming press brakes.
· Class A Operator
· Perform duties listed above under class B and C operator.
· Work with Engineering to develop and program new parts, check fixtures, and tooling.
· Assist in training new employees.
· Responsible and accountable for quality workmanship and accuracy.
· Effectively communicate with all other departments regarding upcoming needs or requirements from those departments.
· Support the Company’s Quality and Safety Policies by understanding & following the policies, procedures as they apply to your job & department.
· Support the company by performing other duties as assigned.
Protective foot wear must be worn. Safety shoes must have toe protection and metatarsal guards that meet the ANSI Z41 –1991standard.
Safety glasses must be worn at all times in all shop areas this includes employees who need corrective lenses.
Various tasks may require an employee to wear additional personal protective equipment such as gloves, aprons, hearing protection, face shields or any other equipment required to help you safely perform your job.
Additional information regarding employee personal protective equipment can be found in the Safety Manual.