This position is responsible for fabricating and assembling
plastic parts according to a work order, verbal instructions, or
blueprints in addition to performing all warehouse functions at a
branch operation in a safe, effective, and timely manner. The
Fabricator I will work with moderate supervision.
Communication and Problem Solving - Resolves assembly and
production issues, completes preventative maintenance,
troubleshoots malfunctions, and performs minor repairs as needed.
Communicates errors in product, equipment, and other issues that
may arise in fulfilling orders.Safety and Continuous Improvement -
Participates in continuous improvement activities including
submitting ideas to help drive improvement. Follows company safety
policies and procedures and looks for ways to improve safety in the
facilityFabricates and Assembles Plastics Parts - Designs and
constructs templates and fixtures, assembles tools and materials,
positions parts and subassemblies, and locates and marks bending
and cutting lines onto parts. Sets up and operates machine tools
associated with fabricating shops, such as radial drill presses,
end mills, routers, brakes, rolls, shears, flame cutters, and edge
planners. Ensures all parts are secured properly, alters dimensions
to fit specifications, and packages and labels parts.Reads and
interprets blueprints, sketches, and parts lists - Studies and
interprets assembly instructions, and verifies specifications.
Develops layout and plans sequence of operations, applying
knowledge of trigonometry, stock allowances for thickness, machine
and shrinkage, and physical properties of plastics.Service and
Quality - Provides a high level of customer service for both
internal and external customers, displaying a high sense of
urgency. Verifies conformance of products to specifications by
following quality guidelines including the use of proper measuring
devices, inspection of incoming and outgoing material for quality,
and documentation through the quality processPerforms general
warehouse duties - Fills orders in a timely manner by operating
warehouse equipment and machinery including operating a fork lift,
computing and optimizing yields, and cutting material to size.
Loads and unloads delivery trucks as needed, using SAP to receive
and ship materials. Processes operational activities in SAP through
work orders and prepares proper documentation including transfer
orders, bills of lading, delivery notes, work orders, call tags for
non-conforming material and others as required.
High School Diploma or GED.
One year of fabricating and or warehouse experience preferred.
Previous cutting or carpentry experience preferred.
Job Specific Requirements
- Proficient in SAP, or similar ERP logistics system.
- Blueprint and sketch reading
- Intermediate understanding of warehousing & distribution. Keeps
up to date on warehousing techniques and trends.
- Supplier Knowledge: Able to demonstrate a beginner
-intermediate level understanding
- Ability to multi-task in an intense, fast-paced, high-energy
- Basic to mid-level reading, writing, and arithmetic
- Forklift certification.
- May be required to travel on occasion
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- Market Knowledge: Able to demonstrate a beginner-intermediate
- Product Knowledge: Able to demonstrate a beginner-intermediate
- Ability to perform strenuous physical activities including
extensive standing, walking and bending.
- Ability to use industrial equipment such as mobile stairs,
powered industrial trucks, pallet jacks and panel saws.
- Must be able to lift, carry, push, pull a maximum of 75
- Ability to identify and distinguish between colors.
- Must be able to wear standard personal protective equipment
such as safety glasses, respirators, hearing protection and steel
Innovative. Creative Problem Solving. Entrepreneurial.
Perhaps not the words that spring to mind when thinking about
purchasing plastics, but at Curbell, they are what set us apart
from the competition. Finding solutions to meet our customer's
specific business challenges has made us one of the nation's
premier suppliers of plastic sheet, rod, tube, and related
materials, supplying hundreds of plastic products to serve
commercial businesses across the U.S.
Sure, you can search online or in catalogs for the product you
think you need and hope for the best. Or, you can benefit from
Curbell's expert advice on possible material options for your
application or specific project. For over 76 years, Curbell has
provided a full line of quality plastic materials, related products
and specialized programs whenever and however you need them.
The difference is our people. At Curbell Plastics, we choose
employees who thrive on developing and implementing innovative
approaches for their customers and who delight in finding new ways
to go beyond expectations. They are rewarded with a corporate
culture that values innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit, and
that can provide rewarding career opportunities.
For more information, visit www.curbellplastics.com.
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