This responsibility includes but is not limited to the set up and maintenance of complex production equipment.
A variety of cleaning products including aerosols and liquids are created in the chemical department. Products include floor cleaner, hand sanitizer, waxes, disinfectant and many other cleaning products. These products are used by schools, health care facilities and other businesses throughout the country.
- Set up production equipment under the supervision of a Tech II or Tech III.
- Obtain first piece quality assurance or Laboratory approval.
- Requisition raw materials, components, packaging materials, labels, subassemblies, etc. to support the production schedule
- Assign work to Operators under the direction of supervisors as required.
- Accurately account for finished production and record material consumption.
- Repair production equipment, perform routine maintenance, and assist in the installation or relocation of equipment.
- Perform complex material requirement calculations to insure the proper amount of material is utilized in the manufacturing process.
- Perform construction of piping, fixtures, move equipment, and other construction duties as assigned.
- The complexities of duties performed by a Tech I are those duties for which proficiency would be expected after 18 months of training and hands on experience.
- Being present at work and adhering to assigned work schedule;
- Work overtime and work in multiple departments as directed by supervision.
- Note: This description is not all-inclusive. Other duties requested by supervisor are required.