Performs a variety of machining operations on pre-torque and eye-letter machines and other production machines located throughout the factory.
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Team members should be able to:
Education. Requires some knowledge of machine operations. Four years of High School or the equivalent.
Experience. Over three months and up to one year experience.
Initiative and Ingenuity. Requires the ability to plan and perform a sequence of operations, where standards or recognized operational methods are available and the making of general decisions as to quality and tolerance of operations.
Physical Demand.Sustained physical effort required to assist with light to average weight materials. Short cycle work requiring continuous activity and stress.
Mental or Visual Demand. Continuous mental or visual attention. Usually short cycle repetitive work requiring alertness.
Responsibility for Equipment or Process. Probable damage to equipment or process would seldom exceed $250.
Responsibility for Material or Product. Probable loss due to damage or scrapping or materials of product would typically exceed $250.
Responsibility for Safety of Others Operation of machine or performance of duties may cause lost time/accident to others, such as crushed toes/feet, fingers/hands or eyes injuries.
Responsibility for Work of Others. Responsible for own work only.
Working Conditions. Typical machine shop working conditions. May be dirty or greasy, noise level requires ear plugs and safety glasses.
Unavoidable Hazards.Exposure to lost time accidents such as crushed hand/foot, loss of fingers or eye injuries.