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Tip cell Operator
Ref No.: 18-06095
Location: Petaluma, California
Position Summary:Responsible for visually examining and packaging the products and determining what is acceptable and what is not acceptable per the Defect Classification. Releases acceptable products into inventory, or rejects products that are defective.Key Responsibilities:  Perform visual inspections at the machine. Make decisions for acceptable and defective product.Simple operation of molding/robotic machine. Start and/or stop for inspecting and taking samples.Maintain a working knowledge of the operating system of the molding machine.Perform packaging, labeling and assembly for finished goods.Maintain all supplies needed in cell.Perform dimensional testing for filters.Communicate with necessary departments to ensure production activities and issues are addressed.Maintain files, records and other documents pertaining to the Tip Cell Records.Maintain sample retains.Ensure all daily documentation is completed properly.Report equipment problems to the appropriate department.Education:  High school diploma          Experience:  2 to 3 years experience related to product inspection or preferably in a manufacturing or a quality environment. Other skills and abilities required include:Acute attention to detail.  Experience with manufacturing environment, equipment and safety procedures. Commitment to excellence and high standards.4.   Ability to work an alternative work schedule.Physical/Mental RequirementsThis section must be completed to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  For more detailed definitions of Physical Demands, refer to the Compensation Policies, Guidelines and Procedures manual, under Hourly Job Evaluation.  For additional information regarding physical, mental or visual demands, refer to the job evaluation on file for this job classification.Physical Demands           Light Work  - Lifing of 20 pounds                                Additional comments regarding worker traits, mental/visual demands or other factors relating to selection of job candidates, where workers with one or more disabilities may require accommodation:1. Must have ability to visually detect product defects2. Employees are required to wear smock, steel toe shoes, safety glasses, hair net, covering mask and gloves while working