Teknor Apex

ASSEMBLY- UTILITY OPERATOR

US-TN-Brownsville
Job ID
2017-2176

Responsibilities

 

Utility  Reel Handler:

  1. Check with the crew leader or posted schedule to determine the scheduled finished hose needed for each finishing table.
  2. Select the proper type of hose that is required for the production schedule.
  3. Ability to visually inspect the reel of hose for any obvious defects that would hinder the finishing of the reel.
  4. Place finished reel of hose on a power lift, transport to the designated finishing table, and unload hose reel onto reel stand.
  5. Remove empty reel from reel stand and transport back to storage area.
  6. Perform supply procedures to keep finishing tables supplied in an efficient and timely manner.
  7. Provide finished reel counts, reel shortages and document weights of scrap and give to the crew leader as required throughout the shift.
  8. Monitor the hose supply and keep the crew leader informed throughout the shift on the availability of hose and empty reels to ensure a minimal amount of downtime.
  9. Perform other related responsibilities as required or directed.

Utility Stacker:

    1. Check with crew leader and batch card to determine which raw materials are needed for the scheduled finished hose for each product being produced on the finishing table.
    2. Request from utility operator the proper raw materials that are required for the production schedule and perform supply procedures for keeping areas supplied in an efficient and timely manner.
    3. Operate automatic tape machine / stretch wrap machine and stack cartons of finished hose on designated pallets.
    4. Maintain and provide information on finished hose counts, shortages of raw materials, inventory stocks, and keep crew leader and/or department manager informed of any shortages.
    5. Package material based on packing instructions provided.
    6. Inform crew leader of any quality issues or issues that cause any problems with the packaging process.
    7. Perform other related responsibilities as required or directed.

Utility Parts:

 

      1. Check with crew leader and batch card to determine which raw materials are needed for the scheduled finished hose for each finishing table.
      2. Locate and select the proper raw materials that are required for the production schedule and transport to the designated finished tables.
      3. Perform supply procedures for keeping finishing tables supplied in an efficient and timely manner.
      4. Maintain and provide counts, shortages of raw materials, inventory stocks, and keep crew leader and/or department manager informed of any shortages.
      5. Understand and adhere to the safety policies and procedures and maintain a clean work area.
      6. Remove scrap hose, scrap card board, empty parts bins and trash from the area as required.
      7. Perform other related responsibilities as required or directed.

Utility Final Packaging:

  1. Check with crew leader and/or schedule to determine which products will be running during the shift.
  2. Use Bar Codes Scanner to scan production.
  3. Operate Zebra Printer and apply correct bar code stickers to product after reporting production.
  4. Supply proper raw materials that are required for the production and perform supply procedures for keeping areas supplied in an efficient manner.
  5. Pull finished goods from the Helix, Assembly, and Box Conveyor areas and put on stretch wrap conveyor for final packaging.
  6. Stage final packaged product for warehouse for put away.
  7. Operate automatic stretch wrap machine.
  8. Notify crew leader and/or department manager of any raw materials shortages.
  9. Understand and adhere to the safety policies and procedures and maintain a clean work area.
  10. Perform other related responsibilities as required or directed.
  11. Assist when needed in the stacking of finished product (cartons/coils) on designed pallets and/or skirts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Understand and adhere to safety policies and procedures and maintain a clean work area.
  2. Under the general supervision of the department manager responsible for the assigned shift as scheduled.
  3. Operates a fork lift truck, any other machinery or equipment that is relative to the department’s operation as required or directed.
  4. Select, supply and stage the proper raw materials in the designated areas as required.
  5. Operate fork lift truck or battery power lift to transport boxes of reject hose to a designated area; unload and supply empty boxes to original areas as required.
  6. Perform related responsibilities or other tasks as required or directed by department manager or crew leader.

Qualifications & Competencies

SKILL/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Ability to read and write as acquired through a high school education or the equivalent.
  2. Must be able to operate a forklift.
  3. Must have a valid driver’s license.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB:

  1. Tolerate summer heat of 15 degrees above outside temperatures.
  2. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and lift in excess of 35 lbs.
  3. Must produce good manual and mechanical dexterity to perform job duties.
  4. Must have muscular coordination and depth perception to operate electric/gas forklifts.

Body agility to enable bending, stooping and lifting hose, reel bars, tools and other items needed to perform the job.  Move and control reels of garden hose weighing up to 1200 pounds. Body strength and stamina must be sufficient to perform these duties 150 times per shift.

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