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Wet Test Tech I
West Test Tech I
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Under direct supervision, operate pre-treatment equipment for preparation of testing of elements. Set-up and shut down and prepare material for production loading and unloading onto testing equipment. Maintain a required level of output. Keep accurate records and logs associated with production, quality, quantity and any other necessary record-keeping activities. Work with seawater and non-seawater products. Ensure all documentation accompanies product to final test stage. Work with pounds per square inch up to 200 (PSI).
ESSENTIAL DUTIES and/or RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Performs one or more functions within the Pre-Treat area such as vacuum rinsing, flushing, chlorine treatment, pressure testing and processing product through other various pressurized procedures.
2. Loads/unloads product from manufacturing transport equipment onto appropriate machine or production equipment.
3. Maintains daily, weekly and monthly productivity goals set by production management, including clean-up, rework, core tube preparation or other production activities.
4. Documents product data information such as serial number, defects, rejects, scrap etc. on production logs, reports or summaries as well as any other record keeping activities as they pertain to products throughout shift.
5. Follows all safety, quality, and lean manufacturing policies, processes or procedures including sustaining work station and area in cleanliness in accordance with 5S standards.
6. Informs Production Supervisor and/or Production Lead of increased pattern of defects in products.
7. Other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
1. High school diploma or GED; and 6 months manufacturing experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
2. 6 months of experience in a manufacturing position within the organization, desirable.
The following are desirable:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and/or ABILITIES:
1. Basic to intermediate language skills, including verbal and written proficiency in English; ability to read work instructions in English.
2. Work independently and foster a cooperative spirit within a large and/or small team while maintaining flexibility to changing priorities.
3. Must be detail-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with accurate record-keeping abilities. Outstanding follow-through to meet production requirements.
4. Recognize numbers and millimeters and perform basic mathematical calculations with the aid of a basic hand-held calculator.
5. Deal with standard and basic non-complex issues; basic problem-solving ability; carry out simple verbal work instructions.
The following are preferred:
CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES:
PHYSICAL DEMANDS and/or WORK ENVIRONMENT: (Typical physical demands and the work environment characteristics an employee must meet and encounter while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
1. Must be able stand/walk constantly up to 8 hours a day.
2. Ability to frequently lift and carry items up to 45 pounds. Lifting requirement is approximately 30-40% of the shift at waist to shoulder height to lift elements onto inspection apparatus.
3. Ability to occasionally lift and carry items up to 50 pounds.
4. Ability to frequently lift items overhead up to 45 pounds.
5. Ability to twist and bend at the waist, squat, and climb stairs frequently up to 6 hours a day.
6. Ability to push/pull mechanical lifting devices and pallet jacks with elements frequently up to 6 hours a day.
7. Ability to grasp objects with a force up to 50 pounds.
8. Ability to reach frequently up to 6 hours a day when packaging elements
9. Wrist deviation, and hand/wrist repetition is frequently required, up to 6 hours a day, when cleaning elements.
10. Gross hand manipulation of light-moderate strength is required to grab elements.
11. Fine hand manipulation of light-moderate strength is required to operate buttons on machines.
12. Gross foot manipulation of light-moderate strength is required to operate foot pedals.
13. Must be able to see/focus for close eye work (small figures), discriminate colors, perceive depths.
14. Must be able to speak/hear to fulfill verbal communications and respond to machine alarms/buzzers.
15. Subject to periodic exposures to varying temperatures, occasional exposure to noise levels above 85 decibels, gas/fumes/mists, and chemicals or hazardous materials while using personal protective equipment when required.
16. Must wear safety shoes in required areas.
17. Participation in daily exercise activities is expected.
18. Must be able to work extended hours per the demands of the business.