Machine Operator Operations 2 (3rd shift)

Company Name:
Accellent Inc.
Machine Operator Operations 2 (3rd shift)
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Job Description
Position Scope/Summary
Conventional machine operators are an essentially part of manufacturing within the business unit. They supplement machines by producing fixturing and/or machining product due to limited capacity or simplicity of the operation. Represent Accellent in a professional and exemplary manner before our suppliers, employees, and community at large.
Key Result Accountabilities
Set-up and/or operate basic jobs with assistance (i.e. 1 tool) on some of the equipment within a cell or department using set-up sheets, blueprints and/or operation sheets per customer requirements.
Inspection of work accurately with assistance from co-workers.
Performs basic set-up and operation manual machines when required.
Basic adjustments to maintain dimensional integrity.
Uses basic shop math to assist in all aspects of the job
Complies with work rules including those pertaining to safety, health, quality system, and Accellent Quality Management System.
Verify the revision level for the current operation (operation sheets, blue prints)
Verify PC count and all applicable documentation for completion of previous operations.
To complete all applicable documentation for the current operation (i.e. Shop traveler sign off and first pc, inspection record sheet, and/or AQL and NCMR)
Participates on various teams to achieve performance metrics.
Maintains machine maintenances and log.
Environmental Working Conditions
Employee must comply with all safety policies and safe work procedures established by the company. Job tasks may also involve:
Using personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, goggles, gloves, and other equipment as established in company policies and safe work procedures.
Working with cutting & machining fluids, solvents, lubricants and other hazardous chemicals using appropriate safety controls.
Lifting up to 50 pounds.
Frequent carrying, bending, standing, sitting, and repetitive motion.
Employee will be expected to attend safety training, serve on the facility safety committee and participate in hazard analysis and resolution.
This position requires a high school diploma or GED or equivalent experience required.
Attended Trade school or 2-5 yrs shop experience.
Ability to use basic inspection equipment and techniques.
Ability to read basic blueprints and/or operation sheets.
Basic shop math skills.
Must pass novice on the operator certification test.
Maintain organization to ISO operation procedures.
Complete all job specific required training.
Perform duties to achieve overall business unit metrics.
Comply with all safety regulations, wears appropriate safety equipment as required in each area of the facility.
Job Location
Wheeling, Illinois, United States
Position Type

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