The Operator, Buncher 1 role is a medium skill role that will be responsible for the process of creating cabled wire for use in a variety of products and sizes.
High school diploma or equivalent
Must read, write, and speak English; Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
Must be able to stand and lift heavy loads for long periods of time
PRIMARY JOB TASKS:
Must be able to work under supervision and maintain ongoing communication with the supervisor and peers through verbal instruction and reports.
Put scrap into the designated scrap bins.
Load and unload payoff and take-up reels properly.
String-up payoff wire into buncher.
Set up lay length and taping head.
Make hot and kold-welds and splices when necessary.
Perform necessary housekeeping procedures
May be asked to perform auxiliary tasks as needed, including the investigation of defects generated by the machine.
Will be required to cross-train on equipment within your identified workgroup at your facility
Once trained in more complex jobs, may be required to fill the position in the event of absence or vacancy
Will be required to rotate on a set frequency within your workgroup to maintain skill proficiency
Do not release products until all quality checks have been passed
Perform quality checks, as outlined in the process procedures for the machine, and minor maintenance when necessary.
Immediately report quality issues to the supervisor or quality manager
Use the company's ISO Quality System documentation to help guide all daily quality activities.
Working safely is a condition of employment.
Follow all safety procedures and rules
Properly wear all required PPE
Review and know all Job Hazard Analyses for proper job sequence and hazards associated with the jobs assigned to do
Review and know all Safety Data Sheets for the jobs assigned to do
Maintain all work areas to 5S standards
Perform pre-operation safety inspection and hazard analysis
Follow all company environmental rules/procedures and handle all materials in a manner designed to minimize environmental impact.
The operator is constantly exposed to water, some heat, cold, dust and fumes.
Must be able to work in hot and cold environments normally found in a prefabricated building without climate-control.
Physical activity associated with daily performance of this job include: balance, climbing, fingering, grasping, hearing, kneeling, lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motions, standing, stooping, walking and sitting.