- Set and operate machinery in any cell as directed by supervision;
- Set and operate a cell unsupervised;
- Set machine tooling and jigs in accordance with production engineering and Company quality standards;
- Complete first-off’s and appropriate checks in compliance with Company quality and production engineering standards;
- Load and unload components from machinery;
- Achieve production targets – where variances occur, report to the Cell Leader or Senior Cell Leader;
- Communicate breakdowns or machine abnormalities to the Cell Leader, Senior Cell Leader or a member of the maintenance team;
- Stamp product to verify conformance with the Company quality standards;
- Good house-keeping within your area of work;
- Observe and comply with all Company health, safety, quality and environmental standards;
- Adhere to your shift pattern, break and lunch times.
- Operate and set machinery in accordance with the Company’s production engineering and quality procedures;
- Perform frequency gauge checks in accordance with the Company’s production engineering and quality procedures;
- Report defects to cell leader, this includes scrap and RTS. Setter operator to report work order, part number and reason to the Cell Leader;
- Ensure tooling is fitted correctly and running in accordance with specification sheets;
- Complete daily short interval scheduling sheets clearly, accurately and in a timely manner;
- Complete daily/weekly machine setter operator checklist – coolants, oils and machine health and safety;
- Train operators or setter operators as and when required;
- Dispose all consumable items in accordance with the Company’s ISO 14001 procedures;
- Undertake KPS activities as directed by the Cell Leader;
- Perform TPM as and when required;
- Wear Company issue health and safety personal protective equipment at all times.
- Ensure machinery guarding is in place when machinery is operational.
- Report damaged or faulty guarding or machinery to the Cell Leader immediately.
- Working in accordance with the Company’s health and safety, environmental, product engineering and quality procedures;
- Setting and operating machines as and when required in a safe manner. This may include setting machines for operators on different lines;
- In accordance with the point above, the setter operator is responsible for 1st off’s as well as leaving machinery in a safe and capable state for the operator if setting in a different cell;
- Completing all paperwork as set out above in a timely manner;
- Training operators or setter operators in a safe manner of work;
- Reporting any variances in machining to the Cell Leader;
- Good housekeeping within your working areas;
- Wearing Company issue PPE at all times.