|Job Ref:||204588851||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Hyde||Address:||Post Code:||SP6||Salary:||£7.72 - £8.85/hour||Post Date:||23/10/2016 09:01|
Press Setter/Press Operator |
Hours of Work: 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday
Major Recruitment is working in partnership with a prestigious component manufacturer based in the Hyde area of Manchester. The Ideal candidate will be experienced with a keen eye for detail and be methodical/thorough to keep up with the production process
• To produce Steel Pressings to a Component drawing, utilizing machinery and equipment as effectively and efficiently as possible.
• To provide various departments within the company a consistent supply of Metal and spring brackets.
• To set the several presses and tools to produce quality components efficiently and to the standard laid down in PUWER regulations 1998; ensuring correct working practices are complied with.
• To ensure that the components made within the press shop are to the standard of quality associated to the company
• To monitor the production process throughout the run, in particular paying special attention to the tooling. Help to identify potential issues and offer potential problem solving ideas.
• Carry out regular quality checks using gauges, Callipers, associated plastic parts and drawings.
• Issue First off and last off samples to the Quality Control department
• Fill in daily Quality control, production and Access data bate Job sheets
• To monitor steel stock levels within your department ensuring that steel is always present and available to keep down time to a minimum
• To remove scrap steel from your department and place in the allocated steel scrap bin
• Maintain a clean and organised department
• Correct identification of material / tooling to be used.
• Inspection of guards and safety devices as defined in the PUWER regulations 1998. Daily inspections must be recorded on the relevant sheets attached to each machine and filed
• To carry out the loading and unloading of tools in accordance to "safe working practices" as laid out in the risk assessment manual
• To store all press tool in a safe and tidy manner
• Correct use and setting of press shop equipment used to produce steel pressings to include;
• Atkin Roll Feeders
• Decoiling Equipment
• Hare Power Presses
• Press Tools
• Press tool Trolley
• Correct use and understanding of the 'Press Shop Control Card' ensuring all relevant information is entered, including;
• Part Description
• Part Number
• Batch Number
• Quantity of Components
• Date Produced
• Record batch No on the Plating supplier sheet and issue to GM assist
• Ensure bins awaiting collection have the batch card attached to the bin of work and is placed in the suppliers allocated space
• Report any machine, or tool faults to a member of management.
• Report any quality faults to a member of management / Quality team
• Correct use and understanding of Tool Repair Sheets.
• Ability to employ simple 'fault finding' techniques when necessary.
• Transportation of materials and finished goods within the company.
• Correct storage of raw materials and finished goods.
• Correct use of any tools \ equipment that may be required to assist in carrying out your duties satisfactory, i.e.;
• Steel Rule
• Hand Pliers
• Vernier Caliper
• Tin Snips
• Give a minimum of 1 hours notice for your steel requirements
• Steel not required in the press shop should be allocated a weight and returned to Material stores person
• If required, assist with the loading and unloading of the steel brackets onto suppliers vehicles
• Some physical lifting may be necessary during the course of the working day. Always refer to your manual handling training
• Your work place and working area must be kept clean and tidy. Good housekeeping standards are important, thus, any concerns raised will reflect on the individuals concerned.
• Safety footwear is deemed compulsory in this area and must be worn at all times.
• Ear protection is mandatory when working in this department
• Perform within the requirements of your position and to the companies Health & Safety standards, as defined in the company Health & Safety Policy.
• To carry out any other duties when required. This could involve working in other departments within the factory as and when deemed necessary