The Saw Operator will read blueprints, make adjustments, set stops or guides, and look for defects in parts while operating a metal saw, poly saw, or shear.
- Starts, stops, and sets up machines in a safe manner.
- Operates the machine, keeping an eye out for any defects or issues.
- Uses measurement tools to ensure accuracy.
- Completes quality checks to verify condition of material.
- Verifies type of material before cutting.
- Changes blades, cleans sensors, replenishes coolant, and calibrates machines.
- Operates forklift and crane.
- Helps pack and transport finished pieces as needed.
- Accurately completes paperwork.
- Maintains 6S (sort, set, shine, standardize, sustain, safety) standards in all work stations.
- Completes other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Knowledge of blueprint reading.
- Organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
- Basic math skills (ex. addition, subtraction, multiplication, converting fractions to decimals, converting standard measurements to metric system, etc.).
- Basic computer skills.
- Mechanical inclination.
- Read a tape measure and other measurement tools.
- Function well in a high-paced and at times stressful environment.
- Work well with others on a team.
- Follow instructions and processes.
- Solve problems quickly and efficiently.
- Willingness to be trained by supervisor.
- Ability to multitask.
- Willingness to have performance measured daily.
Preferred Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience operating a saw (1-3 years).
- Uncontrolled environmental conditions: noise, dust, dirt, and mobile equipment.
- Routine, repetitive lifting up to 35 lbs., occasional, heavy lifting, and pushing / pulling 10 lbs. regularly, 1 to 10 hours per day.
- Any combination of standing, bending, climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, handling, feeling, and walking 8 to 10 hours per day.
- Ability to work up to 8-10 hour shifts and overtime as required by the work.
- Use of all limbs, dexterous and steady use of hands and arms for long periods of time.
- Simultaneous mental and muscular coordination, visual and audio awareness of surrounding area.
Note: This position may require working with fiberglass, which can be itchy to some.