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Tech Center Machine Operator – 1st and 2nd Shift

Andrews, SC | Production | Saferack
Reports to: Technology Center Team Leader

PURPOSE OF THIS POSITION: 

Tends Punch machine that punches and forms various parts.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Learn basics of running a Trumpf Turret Punch utilize measuring equipment and documentation.
  • Operate the Trumpf TruPunch 5000 and other machinery used in the production process, or assist other machine operators
  • Select proper punches and dies based on the material thickness and type
  • Set up tooling, load programs, and set machine parameters to ensure optimal
    performance of the equipment.
  • Determine if tools are undamaged and in safe condition for use
  • Re-sharpen punches and dies as needed
  • Work in a fast paced environment with fast changing priorities
  • Keep work area clean and organized
  • Follow all company rules and policies
  • Follow all safety rules and quality standards
  • Provide a great level of attention to detail and focus on the given task
  • Work with team members to maximize productivity and efficiency
  • Prepare product for shipment
  • Lift raw materials, final products, and items packed for shipment, manually up to 60 pounds
  • Operate machinery used in production process or assist machine operators
  • Uphold all ISO and OSHA standards applicable to the responsibilities above
  • Consistently produce usable product and meets the dimensional specifications of the mechanical engineered drawings
  • Must be able to use ERP/MRP system to clock in/out of work orders
  • While machine is running, the operator is expected to clean parts, organize their area, and do general housekeeping duties

SPECIFICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION: 

  • Should have a background in machine operation or technical school training, however on-the-job training is available for qualified individuals
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. In some cases, trigonometry may be required
  • Must have the ability to read, write, and comprehend written materials
  • Ability to apply “common sense” understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, and diagram form.
  • Candidate would have to have a background in machine operation, manufacturing, and measuring equipment such as micrometer, calipers, and tape measures.

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    • Intellectual Disability (Previously Called Mental Retardation)

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There’s something special about SixAxis. There’s a sense of pride that comes from building brands people love and making the most of ourselves as a company and as individuals. We are on a new journey of growth, building on our most formidable assets: our brands, our financial strength, our global reach, our unrivaled distribution system and the strong commitment of our management and employees worldwide.
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What We Offer

  • Competitive Pay and Salaries
  • Annual Incentives
  • Health Care Benefits

As market dynamics evolve, we regularly assess our benefits programs to ensure employees receive those benefits they value and are provided with diverse options that address the issues of individual and families and promote healthy lifestyles.


SafeRack is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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