Manufacturing Associate

Job Description
DEPARTMENT NAME: Finishing Department
POSITION: Manufacturing Associate
The Finishing Associate will perform a variety of tasks in the finishing department and acquire skills on the shop floor through cross training and job rotations. Associate will perform the summarized jobs listed below.
Straightener Operator:
Use straightener equipment to provide in-line operations with a straight bar product for peeling and grinding.
Set up and operate equipment as directed by operating instructions.
Use measuring equipment to verify accuracy of straightness of bar.
Check material for dimensional accuracy.
Visually inspect material for surface defects and mark findings to the other in-line processes.
Follow traveler paperwork to assess correct sup-up operations.
Peeler Operator:
Use peeling equipment to remove excess material from the surface of hot-rolled bar product.
Set up and operate equipment as directed.
Check material for dimensional accuracy
Visually inspect material for surface defects and mark findings for grinding operations.
Follow traveler paperwork to assess correct sup-up operations.
Grinder Operator:
Use grinding equipment to remove surface defects such as laps, seams, pits, and cracks as identified by in-process inspection.
Check materials for dimensional accuracy.
Visually inspect material for surface defects and mark findings for cut-off operations.
Detect and report damaged material and improper operation to proper supervision.
Mark and Pack:
Wrap and package order appropriately.
Weigh material and record on shipping tag.
Visually inspect for conformance of product to customer requirements.
Complete packaging of metal to customer per special instructions and customer requirements.
Use computer system to begin and end operations following all mill and technical instructions.
Operate spectrotest alloy identification machine by using proper mode and grade of alloy.
Recalibrate machine with test samples on a routine basis and per quality control procedures.
Saw Operator:
Operate abrasive saw to cut a variety of materials following established methods and procedures.
Work from shop orders and instructions to cut bars, and other materials to specified lengths and/or cut material samples from parts for metallurgical laboratory or other use.
Stamp or mark and identify pieces following established practice.
Set up saw for proper length cuts, and cut samples as required.
Detect and report defective materials.
Must load and unload machine.
Crane Operator:
Operate overhead bridge type cab controlled crane for the lifting, transporting and positioning of materials, parts and supplies.
Use cab controls to operate crane bridge, trolley and hoist to lift, transport and position bars on tables.
Material handling
Follow all safety rules and procedures.
All other duties as assigned or directed by management.
High School diploma or GED.
Requisition Number
Area of Interest
Manufacturing / Production / Operations
Job Type
Richburg Operations-V16

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