OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County is partnering with a local manufacturing company to source for a Primary Operator – Level 3.
At this level the associate is able to perform more complex duties per standard work including process changeovers and troubleshooting with minimal guidance or help from a trainer or support. They are able to recognize and solve some non-routine problems.
This position is eligible for a $1,000 sign-on bonus!
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Complete set-up and operation of machining equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
- Perform start-stop procedures including, but not limited to: machine and conveyor start-up, loading of raw material, and machine shutdown.
- Perform simple and advanced changes, adjustments, and set-up to tooling and fixtures.
- Complete records and forms.
- Check machined parts visually and dimensionally according to quality standards.
- Clean chips from tooling and parts.
- Recognize and report machine malfunctions and part discrepancies to supervisor.
- Preset tooling as required.
- Set-up parts, process and machine as required.
- Perform daily, semi-annual and annual machine maintenance.
- Correct problems in set-up, non-conformance, tooling and machining processes.
- Make suggestions for process changes that may improve machining operations.
- Maneuver around machine, includes but may not be limited to standing, bending, stretching and walking.
- Repair, replace and/or modify the equipment if required.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- External: Minimum of 30 months of applicable machining experience.
- Internal: Must be fully qualified as a Level 2 Machine Operator
- Advanced knowledge about metal or plastic cutting processes and equipment
- Self-motivated and able to learn at a fast pace.
- Demonstrates proficient machining, communication, and troubleshooting.
- Operate machine: that includes loading and unloading parts, inspection gages, comparator, micrometers, calipers, 6” rule, dial indicator, ring gages, drill/reamer, Johnson gages and Datum gages, magnifier and lights, miscellaneous hand tools and chip strippers.
- Identifies and corrects machining problems relative to tools and tool holders, collets and chucks.
- Direct and assist others in getting required support work completed in a timely manner
- Independently display prioritization skills
- Understand and anticipate the internal customers’ needs and initiate action to meet them
- Meeting customer needs is their driver
Reliability and Integrity
- Drives improvements and helps others make a positive impact on quality and plant metrics
- Along with providing it themselves, encourages others to provide reliable information
- Acts as a direct liaison with product, process, and quality Engineers to ensure appropriate application of technology
- Supports organizational changes positively through actions and words
- Always willing to be flexible in their schedule
- Shares knowledge that they have obtained with others
- Open to taking on new challenges
- Can easily be interrupted or redirected to a new task, or site based on Swagelok’s needs
- Has useable ideas to help increase equipment reliability
- Creates strong morale and spirit within the team by encouraging others and making them feel valued and important
- Facilitates Root Cause analysis effort for equipment reliability
- Facilitate Shift Start up and departmental meetings
- Promotes group reputation in a positive manner
- Effectively coordinates resources to achieve ZCD
- Communicates well with all different levels in the organization (shop floor, office, engineering, supervisors, managers, directors, lean leaders, etc.)
- Promotes own ideas and information with others
- Drill-down to root cause in all work order solutions
- Communicate through appropriate escalation channels when required
- Is a voice for Quality and will take time to explain theories and philosophies
- Receives input from others
- Drives team goals and results
- Takes ownership of the actions and results of the team as a whole
- Coordinate, communicate, and execute in the absence of supervision
- Control emotions and reactions according to the situation and the audience
- Provides accurate and detailed documentation including the use of SIS
- Provides feedback to Supervision and guidance for other specialists in training
Working Conditions and/or Physical Requirements:
- Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.
- Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards.
- May be required to pass pre-employment and annual Vision Acuity tests
- Must be able to lift Kegs and Boxes on a regular basis between 25 - 35 pounds and occasionally between 35 - 50 pounds. Considerable standing, stooping and bending is required.
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