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Transfer Press Associate

Company Name:
Malace HR
Education Requirements
> Prefer High school diploma or GED
> Capable of basic math skills
Experience Requirements
> Prefer two years Transfer Press experience
> Prefer tow motor experience
> Capable of using measuring instruments (calipers, micrometers, gauging, etc)
Training Requirements
> PMA Press Training
> New Hire Orientation
> TS-16949
> In-Die Sensoring / Transfer grip Sensing
> OTJ Baseline Training
> Yellow Belt (Six Sigma) as required
Principle Duties and/or Responsibilities
> Operate press and transfer or other equipment as instructed
> Keep all safety curtain/guards in place during operation
> Set-up all dies and auxiliary equipment
> Final visual audit inspection of all parts leaving press area for quality
> Follow associate instructions on inspection instruction sheets
> Change coils and other material handling duties as required
> Fill in all reports properly and completely
> Maintain good housekeeping around presses
> Report all quality, production or safety problems to the production manager
> Maintain all tools in proper places
> Keep die and transfer set-up sheets up to date
> Operate fork trucks as required
> Available for training as required
> Available for overtime as required
> Suggest methods of improvement, (i.e. Continuous Improvement Plan & Performance Award Program)
> Re-work parts as per instructions
> Preventative maintenance as instructed
> Conduct basic maintenance on equipment
> Complete PMA training courses
> Good communications skills
> Capable of lifting 50 pounds
Self
> Be positive.
> Look for ways to improve.
> Work as a team to help others accomplish tasks
> Hard work, job knowledge and honesty will create respect and make you a leader.
> Lead by example.
Safety
> Ensure all employees follow the safety policy.
> Keep the work area clean.
> Follow all safety rules.
> Follow the lockout/tagout procedure.

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