GPC - Genuine Parts Company Slitter Operator in Kennesaw,, Georgia
Job Id: 212370
Location: Kennesaw, GA
Major Market: GA – Atlanta
Date Posted: July 17, 2017
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Efficiently set up and operate fabrication equipment within specified tolerances and quality standards. Interacts with Production Planner, Shipping associates and Quality Technicians, when appropriate.
Perform all duties necessary to set up, adjust and operate one or more pieces of equipment as listed above and, with some assistance, operate other equipment to convert materials to established specifications.
Select proper job supplies and verify that placed material conforms to order requirements; load onto or off machine or equipment, using care to align properly to prevent waste and best utilize materials.
Report discrepancies to lead person or Converting Supervisor.
Transfer completed materials from the machine to skids, pallets, containers, etc.
Repackage unused bulk stock to ensure proper storage and maintain cleanliness.
Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly fashion.
Package or prepare materials for shipment.
Tag or label materials with required information and complete work orders and records as required.
Assist in the monitoring of required supplies, materials and equipment.
Fill out inventory use slips for stock material used in the performance.
Perform job within rated production standards.
Provide feedback to the Converting Supervisor or lead person when production standards are exceeded.
Follow and comply with rules and regulations of employment as listed in the Associat Handbook, or as amended through memos or other methods of notification.
Ensure that all quality standards are met, tests performed, and data collection / documentation completed as required by the Tekra Quality Program.
May be assigned to perform other duties as required by the Converting Supervisor or lead person.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Basic math, communication skills, mechanical aptitude, problem solving.
Hearing protection is strongly recommended
Safety glasses are required in designated areas
Gloves and other PPE equipment as advised by MSDS sheets.
Uses hands and fingers for small movements and to grasp large objects.
Able to speak to be understood
Ability to hear in normal shop conditions
Frequent Movements involving twisting and turning; and using wrists, hands and fingers
EIS, Inc., (a subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company) is a North American Distribution leader in process materials, production supplies and industrial motor repair products to the major markets it serves. We proudly support our customers in Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM), Electrical Apparatus (Motor) Repair, Electronic Assembly markets, and much more.
We offer a comprehensive network to our customers with nearly 40 strategically placed stocking locations, totaling more than 680,000 square feet of warehouse space across North America, including Canada and Mexico. We also operate in Carolina, Puerto Rico with plans to expand into other Caribbean countries. Our international staff is fluent in the languages of growing economies outside of North America.
As a market leader, EIS focuses on customer needs, empowers its employees, and invests in inventory and process efficiencies that benefit its customers. Our people, products and processes make EIS, Inc., one of the most valued businesses within the Genuine Parts family.
EIS is constantly growing and always looking for diverse, talented individuals seeking a career challenge.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.