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Perform the following duties under the guidance and direction of Group Leader, Line Adjuster A, or Supervisor

NOTE: As each part of the job is learned, it should be understood that subsequent work on that phase of the job will not receive the benefit of guidance, direction, and instruction from others.

1. Perform the work of a fully qualified all around Mechanic B. Set up, changeover, operate, adjust, repair and attend fluorescent product line production and lamp-making related equipment, automounts, flare equipment, base fill equipment, and other associated processing equipment to maintain and ensure optimum processing product flow with minimum shrinkage. Work with and assist Engineering, Design and other management groups to debug, modify and improve processing equipment.
2. Set up and adjust fires, tipping torches, feeders, mechanical devices, coating applicators, electrosensing/electromechanical devices, transfer conveyors, etc. Adjust and ensure proper flow of coating application and oven temperatures, adjust and ensure proper flow of gas and liquids such as oxygen, argon, nitrogen, mercury, etc.
3. Maintaining schedule production within established quality and shrinkage limits. Perform operational and quality checks periodically to ensure desired attainment.
4. Continually observe equipment and product at various stages of processing. Determine, analyze, and correct causes of improper forming, feeding, and functioning of processing devices, valves, micro Switches, drive pulleys, etc.
5. Perform preventive maintenance, cleaning, lubricating, and oiling of machines, equipment, and devices.
6.. Perform the work of a fully qualified all-around Machinist B or C. Working from prints, drawings, sketches, sample parts, or instructions, setup and operate standard or specialized machine tools and accessory control devices to make assigned parts. Notify supervisor of dimensional errors in drawings or of obvious design mistakes. Develop, edit, and correct accessory control tapes and programs.
7. Build, assemble, adjust, and try out assemblies, sub assemblies, jigs, or fixtures using standard, special, or made-up parts. Construct new equipment working from prints, drawings, sketches, and samples.
8. Supply materials to production equipment. Load materials to supply feeds and machines.
9. Maintain records relating to parts replacement and other data pertinent to equipment performance and maintenance. Maintain S.PC. and other records. Use data terminal to input and retrieve data.
10. Perform each phase of the operation in full compliance with all company, state, and/or federal safety and environmental regulations.
11. Perform and assume full responsibility for his/her work and service to assure it fully meets the internal and external customer requirements and expectations.
12. Notify designated personnel of any irregularities or unusual occurrences in process, materials, or equipment.
13. Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of assigned area(s) and observe company policies at all times.

1) Provide approved personal tools necessary to perform job. 2) Pass visual, hearing, and physical tests and successfully RATED BY DESC. BY PPR. BY completed Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Course per standard policy (if deemed necessary by management). 3) Math, Blueprint and Instrument Reading, Machine Structure, Fire Setting, S.PC, Machine Shop, Glass Technology and Lamp Technology LM DK MJ training required or has successfully completing a 2 year accredited trade school program (or equivalent).

Must successfully pass mechanical ability selection tests OR Four (4) years of all around Machinist/Mechanic or Mechanical experience, or 4 years in one of the following progressive jobs (maximum 1 year as grade 6 trainee): Line Adjuster/Mechanic C, Flare Monitor Mechanic, Automount Attendant, Sealer Attendant (Circline), or 4 ears as a Production Attendant A or Base Fill Attendant A. Must successfully pass mechanical ability selection tests.

Successful completion of 2 years of an accredited trade school (excluding correspondence schools), plus 2 years of all around Machinist1Mechanic experience, or 2 years in one of the following: Flare Monitor Mechanic - Machinist B, Flare Monitor Mechanic, Fluorescent Automount Attendant - Machinist, Automount Service A or B, Sealer Attendant A or B Circline, Exhaust/Roller A or B, DTT or TI Product Line Mechanic, Unit Attendant A or B.

LocationVersailles, KY
CountryUnited States of America
Employment AgencyOSRAM Sylvania
Posted Date05/24/2011 22:24:22
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