Standard – Inline Operator (1st Shift)
Job Description: To inspect, finish, and pack Automotive parts, maintaining product output. Working in manufacturing using hands and loading plastic sheets weighing 9-10 lbs. in a machine. The machine will cut the parts and the operator takes them out and puts the parts on a skid for shipping and receiving dept. Very hot temperatures in facility! Parts are formed with heat and there in no A/C on the manufacturing floor.
- Minimum requirements basic reading, writing and math skills
- Be able to use and read a tape measure and micrometer
- 6-panel drug screen is required
- Local Background checks are required
- Safety glasses are required. Corvac provides safety glasses and ear plugs.
- No experience necessary
- Positions are very physically demanding.
- Very hot in facility! Parts are formed with heat and there in no A/C on the manufacturing floor.
- Fully participate in and support the Corvac Quality System
- Adhere to all Corvac policies and procedures concerning safety and personal conduct
- Able to perform tool changeovers
- Loading appropriate rolls of plastic into the inline machine
- Starting machine and warming up ovens
- Cutting part out of roll with razor after they are formed
- Ensuring parts meet quality standards
- Completing Quality and Process Control paperwork
- Measuring parts for correct dimensions and gauge
The following tasks are to be done, monitored, logged, or documented on a per shift basis daily. Your performance evaluation is based, in part, on the ability to insure these are done consistently. They are an important part of the Functional Inspection & Assembly operations that include customer requirements, and the Corvac Quality System.
1) Insure you are working to the inline work instructions.
2) Insure First piece is done and posted for the operation you are working on.
3) Insure you are running to the optimum cycle for the specific job you are running. If, not running to the optimum is due to equipment or material issues, it needs to be noted on the back of the process set up sheet.
4) Insure tool changeover set up times for Inline and Trim are documented on the Set up Downtime form. This needs to be turned in weekly. Use the same form for all tools.
5) Insure your production and scrap counts are accurate and properly documented on the production sheets.
6) Insure the production sheets are filled out for shift, date and operator. Counts are correct, legible and totaled. Insure they are turned in at the end of your shift to your leader, supervisor, or the drop box.
7) Insure the required PPE is worn, and safety equipment is used.
8) Insure your work area is clean and organized on a by shift basis.
The above requirements are there to assist is improving quality and output, and guide us in the direction for improvements in equipment, process, and reduction of downtime. Your help is needed, and will be appreciated.