Aerospace Brake Form Operator 1st Shift Hot
- Auburn, Washington
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Aerospace Brake Form Operator 1st Shift job at Skills in Auburn WA
Description, duties, responsibilities
JOB SUMMARYIdentify and pull correct material identified on a manufacturing order set up and operate Amada Press Brake to dimensions specified on manufacturing work order and deliver finished material to other work areas and complete detailed work order.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES Essential duties require presence in the workplace on a regular basis: in order to accomplish this regular attendance and punctuality must be maintained. Ability to identify the proper bend sequences. Ability to identify the proper tooling for usage. Operate Press Brake. Ability to prepare and run setups and forming operations. Reading comprehending and ability to follow work order instructions. Ability to work well with others. Work in an efficient and timely manner. Keep work area including machine surfaces clean at all times. Read work orders or production schedules to determine specifications such as materials to be used locations of bend lines or dimensions and tolerances. Develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others and maintain them over time. Identify opportunities for process improvement and increased efficiency. Follow work rules and standard safety regulations at all times. Maintain safe working practices and insure area is clean and free of any possible unsafe situations. Create task-sheets so that other Brakepress workers can run jobs within the shop. Able to perform job tasks without questions/ assistance. Able to fill out skills in-process inspection sheet. Prepare and run setups and forming operations. Perform other duties as assigned.QUALIFICATIONS U.S. Person status required due to export control. Ability to identify potential issues with machinery parts or process. Knowledge of and ability to apply basic mathematical skills to the work environment (such as addition subtraction multiplication and division using whole numbers). Knowledge or experience working in an inclusive work environment particularly those persons with disabilities. Knowledge of blueprints and or PCMs Adaptable to change (positive or negative) and to considerable variety in the workplace. Accepting of criticism and ability to deal calmly and effectively with stressful situations. Willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges. Ability to identify organize estimate and recognize differences or similarities with excellent attention to detail. Ability to add subtract multiply and divide using whole numbers. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out written or verbal instructions. Ability to provide direction and guidance. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills team oriented and ability to deal with a wide variety of personalities and communication styles. Knowledge of and aptitude toward mechanical processes and techniques. Ability to adapt to change (positive or negative).LANGUAGE SKILLS Ability to read write communicate and/or follow written and verbal instructions in English. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules and procedure manuals. Ability to communicate in English through voice American Sign Language or adaptive technology.EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE High school diploma or equivalent. Exposure to Manufacturing Environment preferred.PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Constant exposure to moving mechanical parts. Constant reaching forward and below waist level. Constant sitting at a work station. Constant use of fingers/hands/arms to grasp pinch pull and feel. Frequent bending/squatting. Frequent exposure to loud noise. Frequent lifting or moving up to 30lbs and occasional lifting up to 50lbsFrequent repetitive motions. Occasional exposure to airborne particles. Occasional standing and/or walking. Use of industry standard personal protective equipment (PPE) required.Definitions: Constant (67-100% of shift) Frequent (34-66% of shift) Occasional (11-33% of shift) Seldom (1-10% of shift)ABOUT SKILLS INC. Skills Inc. is a self-supporting Social Enterprise and is organized as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit. We have four lines of business; Aerospace Manufacturing Aerospace Finishing Technical Services and Business Solutions that operate in 4 locations. Skills Inc. employs over 700 people and our social mission is to train employ and serve persons with disabilities. We accomplish our mission three ways; direct hire vocational programs and services and as a resource to the community.Drug Free Workplace. Criminal background check and drug test required.Skills Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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