Continental Final Assembly Operator BMD1 in Somersworth, New Hampshire
Final Assembly Operator BMD1
Responsible for the set up and operation of the Final Assembly Area and associated equipment, to ensure that production, quality, and safety objectives are achieved.
Operate all Final Assembly Fixtures, and associated equipment, to produce assemblies in accordance with equipment specifications, SOP’s, and Work Instructions.
Ensure that equipment setup is completed in accordance with the appropriate Work Instructions, and that the First Off process is followed correctly. Complete all necessary production and quality documentation.
Monitor equipment to ensure the produced assemblies are in compliance with specifications and quality requirements. Quality or production concerns must be communicated to the Shift Supervisor.
Ensure that the operation of the Final Assembly equipment is done in accordance with the daily and weekly production plans. Notify Supervision of any significant deviations from the daily production plan immediately.
Ensure that all Materials, Components, Work-in-Process, and Finished Goods are properly identified with labels, at all steps in the process.
Participate in auditing processes, as required. Participate in continuous improvement activities.
Maintain a clean workspace including housekeeping and cleanliness, including 5S work environment standards and communicating safety concerns to the Shift Supervisor.
This position follows a Blow Mold rotating 12 hour shift schedule, 6 am to 6 pm
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.
Experience: No experience required.
Technical Skills: Ability to complete basic data entry in computer systems as well as basic math skills.
Other Skills / Abilities: Must be capable of setting up Final Assembly equipment to specifications, able to inspect assemblies for compliance with Quality specifications, and able to read and understand work instructions. Must be able to speak English. Good communication skills required.
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