|Title:||Panel Saw Operator|
A hands-on position which runs Panel Saw to produce quality components. The position spends 100% of the time in a Panel Saw / CNC Machining role.
Continental Shift: 7am - 7pm Sun-Tues and alternating Wed
Essential Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
- Logs into the Array Business System
- Receives work order(s) and Sample from Panel Saw Coordinator and logins into the MRP/Business System under the specific job number
- Performs simple set-up’s and production of designated quantities
- Set up time varies from 20 minutes to 120 minutes depending on complexity of the operation
- Completes the First Off Set-Up form and ensures the set-up has been approved and signed off by the Team Coordinator/Group Leader prior to the first piece being cut through the equipment. To avoid unsafe set-up.
- Compares the “first off piece” cut to the Master Sample using Vernier Caliper, Tape measures, and/or protractors to a tolerance of up to 0.015”
- Verifies the accuracy of the “First off Sample” and identifies it with a label signed by the Group Leader/Team Coordinator
- Discusses the expected time to complete the job with the Group Leader/Team Coordinator to ensure efficiency of production.
- Produces the designated quantities as indicated on the worksheet.
- Conducts random quality checks to ensure part quality and accuracy.
- Completed parts are verified against required quantities by running all blanks, counting gaylords, or bundling parts.
- Completes worksheet to include the following information: Name, quantities cut, scrap count, date completed.
- Applies identification label to the finished parts.
- Moves the parts to the next operations are per instructions on the worksheet.
- Logs out of the completed job number in MRP/Business System
- Consults with the Panel Saw Coordinator for the next assignment
- Maintain own and departmental housekeeping standards according to 5S
- Accountable to follow all policies and procedures defined in the company quality system.
- Supports continuous improvement initiatives.
- Reports to work on time, and follows the call in procedure.
- Reports any Health and Safety issues to department manager immediately.
- Conducts all work duties as per the Occupational Health & Safety Act & Regulations, the health, safety & environmental policies, procedures, and policies of Array Canada.
- Performs any other reasonable assignments given by the Department Management or his/her designates.
- Minimum High school diploma
- Strong Mechanical aptitude
- CNC experience is an asset
- Must be comfortable around machinery
- Strong numeracy skills
- Good Time Management Skills and are capable of meeting deadlines with strong results
- Solid comprehension/understanding of safe working practices
- Strong communication skills both oral and written (reading SOP’s, and ability to read and document qty’s required)
- Ability to work independently
- Desire to learn to read and comprehend drawings and blueprints
- Solid attendance and punctuality is a must
It is the policy of Array to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities who apply for employment at Array. If you need assistance or accommodations to interview because of a disability, please inform the Recruiter in advance. Employment opportunities will never be denied to anyone because of the need for an accommodation.