LANCER CORPORATION CNC/Laser/Press Brake Operator in SAN ANTONIO, Texas

Reports To: Group Leader / Supervisor / Department Manager Job Summary: Primarily sets up and operates sheet-metal equipment such as CNC Press brake, Laser, Spot Welders, Punch Presses, Drill Presses, Haeger Machines, AEM, Edge Deburr, Disc Sanders, Grinders, etc. to manufacture parts and/or equipment, in accordance with prescribed production methods, schedules, procedures, and standards. Primary Duties: Program, Set-up & run CNC Press Brake and/or Laser Maintains accurate count of processed parts Boxes or Palletizes completed parts Daily housekeeping in assigned work areas Completes work order on work done, hours spent, and number of parts produced Insures that the parts they process are to specification and meet all known quality requirements both before and after they complete their process steps Report any safety, quality, and waste issues to their immediate supervisor Additional Responsibilities: Other duties and assignments as needed and directed by Group Leader / Supervisor or Department Manager Knowledge of Lancer Quality Systems Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: Able to follow verbal and written instructions Able to read blueprints Good mechanical aptitude Basic math skills Able to use and read a decimal tape measure Able to checks parts for correct dimensions using precision measuring tools like calipers, micrometers, cal-extenders, etc Must be willing to cross-train and learn new skills and techniques Must have own basic setup tools (listed below). 10 adjustable wrench Pliers 12 ft. tape measure (decimal inches) Rubber Mallet Set of Allen wrenches 6 Caliper Screwdrivers, common & Phillips Tool Box with Lock Some lifting is required Education & Experience: High School or GED level education is preferred Equivalent experience in assigned trade/vocation can be substituted for educational minimums 2 years experience in a production environment and/or demonstrable skills may suffice Working Conditions: Factory Floor Environment  Ambient temperatures, use of fans for cooling  Light to Heavy Equipment operating, ex.- (plastics, sheetmetal, electronic fabrication), assembly, materials handling  Some areas may require personal protective equipment, ex. hearing protection due to noise levels  Materials used in processes can pose hazards if safety precautions are not followed properly Job Hazards Inherent to Sheetmetal 1. Lifting: Raw materials and finished product when packaged for transport can be heavy. Use a dolly, cart, manual pallet jack, electric pallet jack (if certified), forklift (if certified), or request assistance when required. Observe all lifting rules and wear back belt as required. 2. Chemical Exposure: Cleaners, adhesives, and release agents are used in this area. Take appropriate precautions when handling all chemicals. Wear gloves, safety glasses and/or respirator as required by the MSDS. 3. Lead Exposure: Soldering is used in the brazing process contains lead. Observe all precautions. Wear proper PPE, if in doubt, ask your supervisors. 4. Burns: Torches with open flame are used during the brazing process. Observe all fire safety precautions. Do not use torches without proper training. Wear proper gloves and safety glasses during brazing process. 5. Electrical Shock: Electrical equipment required in this operation. Always check for frayed wires, burns, etc. before using equipment. 6. Repetitive Motion: Assembly requires repetitive motions. If you feel you are getting tired, fatigued or otherwise - take time to stretch your muscles and notify your supervisor. 7. Sharp Objects: Parts may have sharp edges. Caution is required handling these items. Never try to catch, hold or stop an object from falling, sliding, etc. 8. Hand Tools: Apply caution when h