Construction Specialties

Jr. Operator Material Handler

US-TX-Del Rio
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1

Overview (Text Only)

Performs various manufacturing operations on jobs.  Includes manufacture of sub‑assemblies and final assembly. Operates various types of equipment such as saws, drills, punches, grinders formers, packing machines, material moving equipment and any other equipment in an assigned designated area.
 

Responsibilities (Text Only)

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions, including but not necessarily limited to the following:
 
- Receives general and varied work assignments from department manager.
 
- Completes assigned tasks alone or assists others in various tasks.
 
- Ensures that guards and safety devices are installed on equipment used and are operating properly. Performs required equipment safety inspections.  Reports any discrepancies to department manager
 
- Uses shop equipment as needed such as table saw, hand drill or drill press, punch and die press, fixed router, nut drivers and heat forming equipment.
 
- Performs assembly using materials and parts designated by the work order, production sheet, drawings, or catalog specifications. Follows established procedures and operations prescribed to assemble products.  
 
- Performs manufacture or make up of sub‑assemblies for stock.
 
- Assists in filling pull lists and work orders for assigned production area.
 
- Loads and unloads materials on to pallets, tables, racks and shelving using required equipment such as ballet movers, carts, basket movers, hand trucks in order to perform this function in a safe manner.
 
- Conveys material from storage or work sites to designated areas.
 
- Attaches identifying marks, labels and tags to material, cases, cartons and other containers in order to identify the material and the job it is to be supplied for in production or to shipping.
- Ensures hazardous material and waste handling is conducted within the guidelines of all training and safety programs.
 
- Will assist in helping all areas of production as needed and assigned by supervisor.
 
- Performs on‑going quality control of own work such as using color chips to verify correct color, product (extrusion) samples for correct size and shape, and measuring devices to verify correct lengths/widths.
 
- Assures quality of work through accuracy, neatness, paying attention to details, thorough understanding of information, with minimal amount of rework. Conveys personal commitment to quality by demonstrating good quality behavior.  Identifies and acts upon opportunities to improve quality of material or process.
 
- Follows directions to perform other company related work when time permits or when directed.
 
 
- Maintains work area, equipment and supplies in a neat and orderly condition.
 
- Reports any problems or difficulties to department manager.
 
- Completes work with minimal supervision.
 
- Ensure that hazardous material and waste handling is conducted within the guidelines of the training provided.
 
- May be required to use personal fall protection equipment in certain situations.
 
- Ensures conformance to all aspects of the ISO 14001 standard and Construction Specialties’ Environmental Management System (EMS), including its environmental policy while performing job functions that may have a significant impact on the environment.

Qualifications (Text Only)

CAPABILITIES:
Safety minded
Attention to detail
 
 
EXPERIENCE/ EDUCATION:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and up to twelve months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

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