Machine Operator II
Duties are listed in order of greatest importance. The incumbent may be asked to perform other function-related activities in addition to the below mentioned responsibilities as reasonably required by business needs.
- Responsible for variable inspections.
- Meets daily production schedules and quality standards by following work and safety instructions and completes all necessary paperwork in order to track, log and monitor production activity; i.e., GMP paperwork, product documentation, inspection data and results .
- Completes machine set ups to prepare for production runs. Assists with equipment changeovers as necessary.
- Completes routine maintenance and upkeep of equipment, including basic troubleshooting, routine and standard repairs that are authorized, and daily and weekly preventive maintenance tasks.
- Consistently follows the escalation process to ensure that equipment issues are diagnosed and repaired in a timely manner to limit downtime.
- Responds to machines faults by observing potential fault causes, reacting problem fault, and recovering machine if fault occurs.
- Starts and stops machines by following correct procedures and sequence of steps according to SOPs (refers to light tower to determine status of machine).
- Visually inspects component parts to insure all are built in compliance with all current quality standard documentation (Manufacturing Instructions - MI; Bills of Materials - BOM; Standard Instructions - SI; Standard Operating Procedures - SOP).
- If applicable, serves as the backup for the Group Lead in their absence.
- Monitors materials levels and replenishes as required to ensure effective operation of automated equipment.
- Wipes down production equipment by using proper techniques and personal protection equipment to ensure effective and efficient operation.
- Provides training and mentoring to new and existing employees in the role of Machine Operator I.
- Works safely to prevent on-the-job injuries by following safety procedures and observing potentially hazardous situations.
- Labels all components and scrap in accordance with applicable SOPs, maintaining a clean and well-organized work area.
- Performs rework inspections on all part by observing specific defects and separating defective parts.