- Communicate with on-coming Operator (ie: part, mold and machine performance.)
- Visually approve parts during the molding process. Refer to the operator instruction sheet, good and bad samples, and all other relative instructions. Rotate approved samples from the molding press and denote with move ticket.
- Complete move ticket with appropriate information for all parts approved during the molding process.
- Maintain the NP chart throughout the entire shift.
- Notify Foreman of any unusual events during the molding process (ie: any point exceeding the upper control limit (UCL) of an NP chart, mold not producing the correct number of cavities, out of ordinary noises from the molding machines, or auxiliary equipment, etc.)
- Pull approved samples for QC and have ready for floor inspection pick up. Note: These samples must be pulled as close to there scheduled times as possible and be fully approved by the Operator.
- Maintain cleanliness at work area(s) and perform required end of shift clean up.
- Perform rework/secondary operation as assigned by the Foreman/Process Adjuster. Rework must be performed as written, with appropriate documentation completed.
- Operate molding machine in a safe and productive manner.
- Prefer a high school diploma or completion of GED program.
- No experience required entry level position.
Tasks and/or Duties which may be required on a constant and consistent basis, include, but are not limited to:
- Clipping parts from runners, repetitive wrist movement and grasping of the hand.
- Bending at the waist and knees.
- Sitting for extended periods of time.
- Standing for extended periods of time.
- Twisting and/or turning
- Lifting, carrying and/or moving boxes and/or bins that weigh up to 40 lbs.
- Stacking of parts
- Visual, detailed inspection of small parts for an extended period of time
- Trimming parts
- Arriving to work on time every day scheduled
- Able to follow written/oral instructions