Posted January 09, 2023
Objective of Position:
The Press Set Up & Operator role is responsible for producing laminations and parts for subassemblies of motors and generators.
The Press Set Up & Operator position is part of the Lamination Team. This position works as a team member utilizing and performing to the Lamination Team skills matrix, which outlines the comprehensive skills in the Lamination Team.
Major Areas of Accountability:
- Sets up and operates power punch presses for blanking, trimming, cutting, piercing, and forming.
- Sets up and operates small blanking/piercing presses, shear, internal notching, external notching, large single trip presses, automatic presses, tool and die repair, production grinding and spot welder. · Operates manual and automatic presses with blank or continuous rolls of sheet metal or other materials.
- Accurately and efficiently installs and aligns dies in presses according to drawings and/or specification of product part, adjusting as needed.
- Selects proper dies, gauges, tooling, stops, etc. from a variety of tools.
- Uses equipment such as drill presses, torches, hand tools, micrometers, veneers, and dial indicators.
- Completes necessary QA documentation.
- Works in other areas of the Lamination Team skills matrix, may stack assemblies and subassemblies.
- Demonstrates a commitment to Continuous Improvement by identifying opportunities in day-to-day work.
- Performs to ISO 9001 Quality Standards and abides to OSHA and EPA regulations.
Experience & Abilities
- High School degree (required) with 1 year of relevant manufacturing experience (preferred).
- Ability to be certified in overhead crane, Jib crane and forklift operation.
- Routinely lifts and moves objects up to 50 lbs.
- Occasionally ascends/descends ladders and stairs.
- Occasionally works at heights or on platforms.
- Occasionally positions self in various works spaces, including low, tight, or confined spaces.
- Routinely remains in a stationary position, often standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time.
- Routinely uses repetitive motions including the wrists, hands, or fingers to operate machinery or tools.
- Occasionally moves from one workstation to another to accomplish task