CNC Set up 2nd shift

Location: Auburn Hills, MI
Job Type: Direct Hire
Salary: $45,760.00 - $54,080.00
Hourly: $22.00 - $26.00
Date: 6/19/2018
Job ID: 02412666
Job Description
The primary purpose of the setup technician is to support the Shift Leader in achieving production targets, safety, environmental, quality and throughput.  The setup technician will use their knowledge of machining and other manufacturing processes to ensure that the production line is producing parts at the required level of quality and volume to meet the targets. They will support the production supervisor in meeting daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly production targets.
  • Set up, start up and if applicable optimize equipment with adherence to the respective process instructions and work instructions
  • Monitor the production process using SAP, the supervisor system, and other visual management tools
  • Instruct production employees in properly performing tasks on the production line
  • Troubleshoot and correct production problems at the line
  • Support other members of the production team when problems arise
  • Work with Maintenance to troubleshoot and assist in repairing equipment
  • Work with Quality and Engineering to troubleshoot and correct issues with parts and processes
  • Make machine offsets and document the changes as required
  • Evaluate and change tools as needed and document the change as required
  • Properly restart processes after interruptions and shutdowns
  • Validate the process is running within required parameters by inspecting parts during pre-production, normal production, after tool changes and other process interruptions
  • Verify and adjust in-process gages and measuring machines as required to ensure the process is running within the defined parameters and producing parts within specification
  • Properly handle and label material including raw parts, work in process parts, finished parts, suspect parts and assembly components
  • Use SAP to manage the proper recording of good parts, suspect, scrap parts, and rework parts
  • Communicate information both verbally and written, to the organization including production reports, inspection requests, machine service requests, tool change reports and additional items as required
  • Perform basic preventive maintenance activities on the line
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area, ex. sweep and mop floors, wipe down equipment, clean out work envelopes within the machines and remove empty pallets, etc
  • Adhere to work regulations, accident prevention regulations, environmental regulations, and OSHA/MIOSHA laws
  • Continuous improvement of the business environment
  • Comply with company Employee Conduct and Work Rules; Safety rules and Employee Handbook
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • High school diploma, GED or vocational school courses in mathematics, blueprint reading, machining, or other manufacturing processes applicable to company
  • Minimum 2 years job-related experience machining in a production environment
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings/blueprints/schematics/operation sheets
  • Read and interpret CMM and other types of inspection reports
  • Use standard machining gauges such as micrometers, calipers and bore gages
  • Lead, train and communicate effectively
  • Proficient in software applications: Word, Excel, and other production tools
  • SAP knowledge preferred, but not required
  • Interpreting SPC charts preferred, but not required
  • Good problem-solving abilities
  • Self-motivated to work under minimal supervision
  • Must have good organizational skills and able to multi-task
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to function in a team based environment
  • Maintain high ethical work standards
  • Dependable, reliable, and punctual
  • Complete job duties with a high percentage of accuracy
  • Use time and skills in an efficient manner and have a responsible attitude
  • None
  • Must become aware and understand Weber’s Business System, including Quality and Environmental Policies
  • Must have a basic understanding of the Quality System with respect to impact of the job
  • Must have knowledge of environmental aspects of their job, within the probationary employment period
  • Employee must be capable of carrying out environmental responsibilities within their work area
  • Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, hear, talk, and use hands and fingers
  • Occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl
  • Must be able to lift, bend, and twist without limitations, and lift 50 pounds unassisted
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
  • Overtime as required
  • Employees must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when on the production floor.  This includes ANSI Z89 safety glasses and hearing protection.  It also includes approved safety footwear if walking outside the marked safety area
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
  • May be required to wear protective gloves
  • This position may require shift work on days (1st), afternoons (2nd) nights (3rd) or a split shift
  • Climate controlled work area
  • The noise level in the production environment is loud, required to be on the production floor
  • Exposed to slippery floors when fluids spill or leak onto the production floor
  • Exposed to mechanical parts, fumes, and airborne particles when on the shop floor