Brentwood, New Hampshire, United States
Winder OperatorJob ID 53326
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Plant and Environmental Safety
- Lives the Owens Corning Safety Stand and meets all safety requirements. Safety is a condition of employment.
- Take personal ownership to work safely and hold other team members to the same high standards of safety
- Notify supervisor immediately of any accident, near miss or on- the -job injury when it occurs no matter how insignificant it may seem.
- Participates in the safety, quality, autonomous maintenance, TPM and housekeeping programs as established within the plant; including but not limited to Focused Improvement Events, Safety Committee, Training, etc.
- Performs job tasks to reduce environmental impact and adheres to the environmental regulations and recycling procedures for waste disposal.
- Complies with all plant rules and safety regulations.
- Performs cleanup duties at workstations and/or equipment/machinery.
- Communicates safety concerns and/or equipment problems/abnormalities to appropriate personnel, maintaining strong communication with the appropriate line section operators to ensure immediate action is taken for product out of spec.
- Inspect vehicles before use and throughout shift, keeping all equipment clean and operational.
- Participates in plant TPM initiatives - completing activities associated with TPM tasks (adheres to CILT standard, 5S).
- Continues to use TPM methodology to gain a better understanding of the equipment.
- Identifies and participates proactively in learning opportunities and develops expertise in those areas.
- Utilizes Focus Improvement tools to problem solve.
- Works to achieve zero injuries, zero defects and zero losses.
- During PM days, uses time effectively to bring equipment to optimal condition for zero losses.
- Maintain DM and Step Boards.
- Perform winder, bander, EDL, and conveyor quality checks and documentation at specified intervals.
- Maintain control panel – adjust speed, delays, and other timers if needed.
- Interface with plant employees to provide quality control information.
- Monitor and report unusual or suspect material issues not within specifications.
- Communicate with all coater end operators concerning shift production
- Communicate with all back-end operators concerning quality problems
- Understand and react to upset conditions.
- Evaluate all finished product for proper weight.
- Have a basic understanding of product process.
- Operate both Winders, box makers, Palletizers and EDL.
- Operate stretch/shrink wrappers, wall of flame for all pallets.
- Operate banding equipment.
- Follow IVC inventory processes; print and apply labels
- Weigh and report pallet weights.
- Operate powered industrial vehicles (including forklifts, sweepers).
- Load and stack rewraps.
- Accurately report the amount of scrap and seconds for tracking.
- Adjust guide plates and speed for different products.
- Cover winder end employee outages (to cover vacation, holiday, call-offs, etc.)
- Relieve crew members from duties for breaks.
- Visibly verify completion and submission of all winder operator paperwork (LPA, FAI, Dimension, Pallet Count Sheet).
- Manage seconds, scrap, and trash.
- Monitor equipment.
- Listen for alarms and responds appropriately to the various alarm signals.
- Assist in repair of mat breaks.
- Assist in all lace-up, product change procedures.
- Perform preventive maintenance (PM) on down days.
- Assist the shift mechanic on machine outages.
- Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate.
- Support the training and development of colleagues.
- Demonstrates flexibility to changing priorities as business needs dictate.
- Identifies and participates proactively in learning opportunities, and develops expertise in those areas.
- Follows standard operating procedures and processes.
- Can and is willing to make decisions. Knows the chain of command to get support.
- Regular Attendance on site and the ability to rotate varying shifts.
- All other duties as assigned or needed.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The employee should hold the following skills and abilities:
- Demonstrated desire to impact safety
- Must be able to work independently or in a team atmosphere with minimal direct supervision
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and the ability to troubleshoot
- High attention to detail
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task
- Basic mathematics skills
- Able to effectively communicate (read, write, speak, understand) English
The employee must be able to:
- Work with a computer to perform basic data entry
- Demonstrate basic computer skills such as Microsoft Outlook, IVC, SCADA and SAP.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
- High School Diploma or GED Equivalent required.
- Manufacturing or process related experience preferred.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
- Must remain drug free
- Exposure to dust/dirt/fumes/fiberglass
- Ability to work in wet environments: including head and feet
- Industrial manufacturing environment with extreme temperature variation
- Exposure to sounds or noise levels that maybe uncomfortable (hearing protection is provided)
- Ability to wear applicable PPE for up to 12 hours
- Ability to distinguish colors and shading
- Ability to become certified to operate a forklift (when applicable)
- Prolonged sitting, standing, or walking for 8 – 12 hour shifts
- Bending and twisting; repetitive movements
- Able to do repetitive hand, arm, leg movements for up to 12 hours
- Must be able to squat, bend at the waist and knees freely
- Be able to climb stairs, use full upper body movement for process; stand up to 12 hours with breaks
- Ability to work from heights
- Lift, push and pull 40lbs.repetitively
- Handle, control, feed, or feel objects, tools or product
- Must be able to work flexible rotating shift schedules – mandatory overtime as required