Addison, IL 60101 US
Title: Process Technician
- Verifying operating conditions and settings against Process Set-up Sheet and Shop Order.
- Doing appropriate quality checks.
- Auditing the line for cleanliness and orderliness when your takeover from the previous shift.
- Ensuring that safety guards are in place
- Monitoring the downstream auxiliary equipment to make sure it is not damaging bottles and is maintaining a smooth flow.
- Keeping the line clean and organized as your shift progresses.
- Maintain required documentation and read available documentation posted at the line (previous LO’s checklists, Quality Alerts, Line Notes etc.).
- Start-up and Shut down lines (purge out materials)
- Perform color and material changes without supervision and assistance.
- Alert supervisor and appropriate personnel of any deviations from standard or normal operating conditions.
- Perform changeovers when needed.
- Replace without assistance or supervision normal equipment wear parts such as clevis pins, hydra bake, trim tooling, various belts, chains, LR4 valves, molds, etc.
- Troubleshoot most aspects of bottle handling problems.
- Perform a complete Preventive Maintenance audit on all equipment. Must be able to lubricate, inspect and record conditions of wear and tear.
- Inspect for mold wear.
- Sandblast molds when needed.
- Perform all mechanical and processing aspects of a line set-up and start-up (including setting pin height, pitch circles, verifying tooling against specs, measuring, and inspecting tooling, programming bottle programmer, and setting downstream equipment etc.).
- Troubleshoot all aspects of bottle quality and bottle handling problems.
- Read and interpret bottle specification sheets and all quality data sheets.
- Perform head cleaning, screw cleaning, changing grinder blades, and normal equipment teardown and assembly.
- Assist with new product trials/sampling when needed.
- All other duties as assigned
- Performs all corrective/ preventive actions as well as effectiveness check as needed. These are communicated by the Quality Engineer/ Supervisor anytime there is a complaint.
- Understand and communicate customer complaints to other employees to create awareness of the different defects.
- Analyze dimensional attribute data to identify any trends or non-conformances
- Train other employees in areas of expertise when required
- Assists other job classifications when required
- Performs other related duties as directed by the quality assurance manager, supervisor, or lead.
- High school diploma or equivalent preferred
- Some post-secondary education preferred (i.e., technical or vocational education)
- Must be able to read, write and speak and understand English.
- Most be motivated and possess a high attention to detail.
- Basic math, computer, and organizational skills
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information