Set Up B
Title / Grade:
Set Up B / Grade III
Location / Department:
Franklin / Production
The role of a Set Up B Technician is to is to load, operate and unload pipe processing and peripheral equipment conduct to maintain required quality and quantity standards. He/she must also conduct the set up, adjustment repair and minor maintenance of assigned equipment, tooling and fixtures during changeovers and downtime. He/she should develop his/her set-up skills to enable movement to Set Up A classification.
The main missions of the role are to:
- Performs the duties of a General Operator during “up” time
- When line is down, performs the changing of tooling, fixturing, guarding, adjustment, repair and minor maintenance of assigned equipment.
- Instructs General Operators on the safe operation of production equipment.
- Obtains sample work-piece(s) to verity its conformance to specification using various instruments.
- Assists maintenance with equipment trouble shooting and repaires
- Maintains the production run.
- Identifies regrind/rework and maintenance of production machinery and tooling in order to maintain the production run
- Adjust sizers within assigned gap
- Performs programming and tooling changes on assigned benders
- Signs-off on the completion of set-up
- Maintains the quality aspects of the product/processes and set up procedures.
- Maintains clean and safe working environment in line with company policies.
- Adheres to and stays abreast of company policies.
- Commits to the corporate goals, mission and vision.
- Implement at least two Continuous Improvement per year.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Active participation in work teams.
- Replaces Set up A Technicians when absent.
- May assist with production reporting paperwork.
- May be assigned to cut up scrap.
- Manually, by hand truck or forklift move materials, supplies, and finished goods to designated places in the facility.
- May be assigned to count parts, write tickets or audit during inventory.
- May be required to perform other job duties as requested.
- Implement at least two improvement ideas per month
Job Knowledge / Skills / Qualifications:
- Demonstrates knowledge of how parts fit in all gauges
- Demonstrates ability to read and understand blueprints
- Ability to read all common measurements tools available (calipers, micrometers, scales, etc.)
- Demonstrates mechanical ability and aptitude
- Demonstrates working knowledge of production tooling
- Demonstrates ability to trouble shoot and perform complex problem-solving processes in the plant
- Able to perform light maintenance (preventive)
- Demonstrates ability to improve on process of pipe
- Strong technical problem solving skills
- Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills
- Satisfactory company work record, including attendance
- Trained in Lockout/Tagout and related OSHA regulations
- Successful completion of Faurecia’s in-house training program
- Ability to follow instruction verbal and written - good math, language and reading skills required
- Good communication skills demonstrated by the ability to communicate with employees of all levels
- Demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team and in a positive manner
- Job involves lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds, exerts 25 to 100 pounds of force occasionally and exerts 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects
- Requires pushing, pulling, reaching, standing, walking, gripping and bending
- High mental and visual effort required
- Work involves considerable bending and twisting
- Able and willing to work overtime when required – up to 12 hours a day / 7 days a week
Safety / Hazards:
- Steel toed shoes required in production area at all times due to physical hazards from moving equipment, machine parts and product
- ANSI Z87.1 standard safety glasses required in production area due to dust, oils and debris
- Ear protection required in production area due to high noise levels from machines
- May be Exposed to flying objects such as weld slag and sparks
- May be exposed to weld fumes and dust
- Exposed to moderate burns, cuts and bruises
- Exposed to significant temperature changes in the facility – (heat in the summer / cold in the winter)