Barline operator 3rd shift
Greenville, AL 36037 US
Barline Operator - 3rd Shift - Greenville
Base Pay: $11.00 + Shift Differential of $1.25/hr
3rd Shift hours: 10pm-6am(SUN-THUR / start on SUN)
Assemble parts in a timely manner per print for customer orders at various work stations throughout the assembly area, while complying with current ISO requirements, all safety requirements, and good housekeeping standards.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Assemble and package product per requirements of the part print specifications, shop orders and inspection charts.
- Operate manual, semi-automatic or automatic assembly machines and air drivers as required.
- May be required to work at any station to meet production requirements.
- Perform at a level necessary to maintain production standards.
- Inspect product to assure continued conformance to specifications.
- Place completed product in shipping carton.
- When required, perform rework to nonconforming product.
- Complete all documentation associated with the operation.
- Maintain the work station area in a clean, orderly and safe condition.
- May be required to train any new employee assigned to the area.
- Perform other duties as directed by supervisors
- Successfully complete:
- Safety Training
- Quality Training
- ISO Training
- Explain the operation the trainee will be learning and how it fits into the entire picture and process.
- Explain the routing of the product before this task and afterwards.
- Introduce the trainee to the area setup person, inspector, and nearby employees who may be able to provide assistance when needed.
- When the trainer must leave the immediate work area, the trainee should be informed.
- Keep hands away from moving machinery parts.
- Protective guards must be kept in place while the machinery is running.
- Do not tamper with electrical controls, switch boxes and air valves. Contact the setup person if a problem arises in these units.
- When loading machinery, make sure parts are properly secured in the fixture before starting the machinery.
- Be cautious of any burrs and sharp edges on parts.
- Do not leave assigned machinery running and leave the work area.
- Safety measures must be used when lifting or moving product in baskets, drums, containers and cartons. (Back supports are available for requesting employees).
- Lock-Out mechanisms are required on machinery before servicing or maintenance is to begin. Trainees are to be instructed of what a Lockout/Tag out is, and what their responsibilities are when these conditions exist.
- Keep hands and tools out of fixtures.
- Show and explain the pertinent information on the shop order and part drawing such as order number, order requirements, work centers, quantity, and other requirements.
- Show and explain the importance of properly documenting information on tracking tickets, move tags, etc. And where applicable, inspection charts first/last piece inspection, caliper checks.
- Express the importance of stopping the operation when a question or problem arises. When in doubt, DO NOT CONTINUE, ASK QUESTIONS!
- Show the trainee what the product looks like before and after the operation so they will understand what the operation is doing to the product.
- Show the trainee the electrical controls and the proper use of each.
- Demonstrate the emergency stop procedure including any electrical, hydraulic, air or coolant control units.
- Show the trainee any documented instructions and express the importance of learning these directions during training period.
- Check the raw material, in-process and finished product at the work center for proper identification.
- Show the trainee where nonconforming (scrap) material or parts are to be disposed and express the importance of disposing of the item immediately.
- Express the importance of properly handling the material or parts to prevent damage and injury.
- If the operation is electrically controlled, explain and demonstrate the different controls.
- Make sure an empty clean container is in place for the completed product.
- Explain and demonstrate the steps for starting any machines or tools.
- Explain and demonstrate how properly position parts in the fixture or machine.
- Where applicable, if the assembly device utilizes a voltage regulator, instruct the trainee they are not to adjust the screw and machine speed.
- Emphasize to trainee the need to constantly watch for defective assemblies and sort before parts get to carton.
- Show the trainee the different scrap containers and explain how scrap must be sorted by type of material.
- Explain and demonstrate how properly complete an inventory tracking ticket and making sure that each container of completed parts has a completed ticket in it when it leaves the work station.
- Explain the use of the shop order, shop order log, and daily time ticket and demonstrate how to complete these forms.
- Explain to trainee how to calculate the balance of a shop order from entries on the shop order log so only desired quantity can be produced.
- Explain how the trainee can get their piece-count at the end of the work shift or order.
- Emphasize to the trainee that they are responsible to rework any needed parts before the end of their work shift.
- If glue or grease is being used, explain to trainee that they are responsible to keep area and parts clean. The machine and the work area must be cleaned up before they leave the area.
- Demonstrate how to check-in and check-out at the time clock.
- Emphasize the importance of producing a quality product, the need for continual inspections and making it right the first time.
- Explain the current ISO Quality Registration and why it is important that each employee follow procedures, fill out the necessary forms and produce a quality product!
- Show and explain the part print and /or shop order as well as the specifications which must be met at this operation.
- When required, show and explain the documenting of inspection findings.
- Where applicable, explain the "CONSTANT gaging frequency and the frequency at which an inspection must be recorded. Constantly check all dimensions, record every two hours.
- Demonstrate the proper way to use any measuring equipment and how to inspect the different characteristics being requested.
- Where applicable show and explain the use of the comparative sample and the yellow sample tray.
A. Since each part is different than the previous one, additional training may be necessary after each setup. Instruct the trainee to contact the trainee to contact the trainer when in doubt after any setup. It is better to ask questions than to proceed in doubt.
B. Show the trainee all associated operating procedures, then allow the trainee to read them. Make sure the trainee fully understands these documents before proceeding.
C. The trainer should continue the training period until they, the trainee and the supervisor, are comfortable and confident with the trainees progress and knowledge on the job.
Language Skills - Good communication skills are key. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Mathematical Skills- Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations. Experience working with consolidations.
Reasoning Ability - Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Need to be able to exercise good judgment and decision making skills. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Computer Skills - To perform this job successfully, an individual should have
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