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production specialist

  • Drill, flap and clean, holes in parts, using various hand and air tools. 
  • Install bushings after verifying holes are properly cleaned and prepped.
  • Operate hoist to unload large parts off of paint line.
  • Apply touch up paint as needed to ensure company quality standards.
  • Train new hires in paint/unload area to perform job safely and efficiently to meet or exceed Genie standards.

production specialist

  • Measuring, grading and feeding batches of raw materials into production machinery
  • Performing minor machine repairs
  • Assembling paper stock for loading and reloading the printing machine.
  • Reporting equipment faults to maintenance staff
  • Monitoring the production process and carrying out basic testing and quality checks
  • Storing finished printed products and printing equipment that have been used or left overs in the factory or warehouse
  • Using lifting equipment and forklift trucks

production specialist / analyst

  • Monitoring end to end processing using Sybase as a front-end.  
  • Writing basic MSSQL scripts to resolve failures  
  • Monitoring of MQ’s, transferring of files from source to destination  
  • Analyse data and ensuring it’s delivered timeously 
  • Updating Microsoft database tables using SQL 
  • Provide support of all interfaces in AIT (Application Integration Team) 

production specialist

  • To operate the metallization & plasma cleaning machines.
  • To plan and manage production activities based on orders.
  • To coordinate with leader to develop production plan and determine workflow requirements. 
  • To ensure that materials are used and handled appropriately to avoid scraps.
  • To maintain the production facility clean and safe.
  • To make sure the conditions of machines under safety level.

production specialist

  • Inspect, test, and adjust completed units to ensure that units meet specifications, and customer order requirements.
  • Attach, and mark identifying information on parts. 
  • Disassemble units to replace parts according to specifications, and procedures
  • Assemble parts or units, and position, align units to assemblies using hand tools and power tools.
  • Operate soldering equipment.
  • Measure dimensions of products to verify conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments such as rulers, gauges, or micrometers.