· Safety - The Controls Technician will follow all established and future safety rules set forth by the company as they pertain to all SP Industries Facilities or specific positions. This includes the use of all PPE including but not limited to: welding hood, gloves, safety glasses, face shield, ear protection, and safety toe shoes.
· The Controls Technician will be trained and will adhere to lock-out tag out (LOTO) procedures. All SP Industries, Inc. Employees must promote a culture of safety.
· Operating License - The Controls Technician must obtain and maintain a current forklift and overhead crane operator's license per MIOSHA Regulations.
· Material and Quality Verification - The Controls Technician will verify material accuracy and perform quality checks to ensure products meet schematic specifications.
· Material Movement - The Controls Technician is responsible for moving components, supplies, and whatever is necessary to support the department/company. These movements can utilize forklifts, cranes, various handcarts, and manual lifting.
· Equipment/Facilities Maintenance - The Controls Technician will be responsible for maintaining and reporting any issues with company equipment/facilities that might lead to safety or mechanical issues. This could include completing a daily forklift inspection and completing all necessary paperwork associated with the inspections.
· Paperwork - The Controls Technician will be responsible for accurately completing forklift inspection forms, job cards, and any other necessary forms daily, both longhand and via computer.
· Communication - The Controls Technician must be able to work in a cross-functional environment, for example: work with other departments including Engineering to correct and improve blueprints and design, leading to more efficient processes and reducing downtime.
· OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.