Machine Operator I (Wire)

Essential Duties and Responsibilitiesinclude the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Reads and interprets specifications of work orders.
  • Monitors & adjusts machine controls to regulate process control parameters such as speed, tension, wire length, spool size in accordance with verbal direction or process documentation.
  • Responsible for detecting product quality defects.
  • Places reel(s) of specified wire onto pay off spindle of machine (weighing up to 100lbs) and threads wire through feed rolls.
  • Starts machine and observes operation to assure machine/s are running properly.
  • Verifies wire sizes and calibrations using micrometer and Acromag.
  • Examines wire for visual conformance to specifications and removes defects or defective pieces.
  • Properly identify and tag finished goods, record production data, and fill out associated production paperwork
  • Maintains acceptable productivity levels according to established standards.
  • Practice 5S / Lean principles follow safety procedures and adhere to established quality policies.
  • Follow correct oiling and cleaning procedures on braider and wrapping insulation machines and reloading of proper insulating materials to insulate bare wire.
  • Maintains acceptable productivity levels.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and management
  • Ability to lift up to 100 lbs. with assistance
  • Able to lean, reach, kneel and stand for long periods of time
  • Knowledge on the use of hand tools
  • Knowledge of calibration metal types and thermocouple color codes
  • Computer skills to effectively use Human Resource Information System and ability to utilize on-line training
  • Mechanical aptitude

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • 1-year previous machine operation experience
  • Prior experience using hand and measurement tools

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