Instructions to Suppliers:
The following questions should be asked to the candidate as part of their interview with you before submitting them to the role.
In terms of responses expected in the interviews, we are looking for someone who can communicate in English. They must be able to work the shift hours that the position is posted for with the ability to work overtime as needed. We want someone who is interested and motivated by our mission "Improving lives by improving sight". This is a fast paced working environment and the person will be expected to learn quickly and produce quality results.
1. What interests you most about Essilor, or our specific lab locations?
Show them our mission statement and ask what they think about it.
2. Have you worked in an environment where you are measured by productivity per hour? If no, how were you held accountable to your performance? If yes, were you able to meet your goals? What challenges did you face in this type of setting?
3. Describe your attendance at your previous company.
4. In our busy season, will you be able to work overtime including weekends?
5. Tell me about a time when you took the initiative to do something without being told. (Note for supplier: Entrepreneurial Spirit and Working Together are 2 of our core values and we would be looking for someone that is willing to help out their team and take initiative)
6. Tell me about a time when you had a conflict with a co-worker. How did you deal with this?
7. What do you do to stay motivated while performing repetitive tasks?
This role supports the Essilors Mission Improving Lives by Improving Sight by performing routine work in assigned area that usually repetitive, requiring limited analysis and use of individual judgement. This position is closely supervised.
Coating: Specific duties include clipping, operating the coating machines and inspecting the lenses.
Finishing: Specific duties include beveling, mounting the lenses, edging, blocking lenses, tinting and inspecting.
Surfacing: Specific duties include taping and blocking the lenses, generating, polishing and lens washing.
o Clipper: Clip and secure lenses into baskets to begin the coating process.
o Machine Operator: Prepare and operate the coating machine to coat the lenses properly.
Load machine chemicals
Load and unload sectors with lenses
o Inspector: Inspect lenses to ensure that they are optically and cosmetically accurate.
o Beveler: Utilize the bevel wheel to remove the sharp edges of the lens.
o Mounter: Accurately apply drill holes to the lenses to ensure proper fit and alignment of the lenses and insert lenses into the frame while ensuring proper fit.
o Edger Operator: Operate a variety of edging machines to cut lenses down to proper size and shape to fit the appropriate frame.
o Finish Layout: prepare an uncut lens for the edging process by outlining the center/alignment markings and affixing the chuck/block.
o Tinter: Accurately tint all lenses going through the tinting department.
o Inspection: Inspect lenses and frames to ensure that they are optically and cosmetically accurate.
o Surfacing Blocker: Utilize the blocking machine to accurately secure a block to all lenses going through the surfacing department. Operate taping equipment to apply protective tape to the front of the lenses.
o Generator Operator: Operate the generator machine used to cut the lenses to the correct prescription.
o Surface Finer/Polisher: Operate the equipment used to fine and polish all lenses going through the surfacing department.
o Lens Washer: Hand wash and dry lenses followed by a brief cosmetic inspection of the lenses. Grasp lens with de-blocking cup and strike against table to remove block from lenses. Remove tape from lenses.
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