Plastic Products Finisher
This responsibility includes but is not limited to using equipment and hand power tools to trim and finish molded plastic parts, apply decal stickers, hand assemble plastic parts and package finished products. Tools used are routers, chop saw, mill, drill, and swivel knife.
The Plastic Department includes rotational molding, blow molding and injection molding.
- Use hand tools, power tools and machinery to trim, route, and finish plastic pieces.
- Operate production machinery and equipment, according to work instructions and/or under the direction of supervision or production lead.
- Assemble products according to work instructions, drawings, and specifications or under the direction of supervision.
- Create and package sub-assemblies and component parts.
- Apply labels or other identification to finished products according to specifications.
- Input daily production numbers into Factory Track.
- Perform visual inspection of work performed.
- Being present at work and adhering to assigned work schedule.
- Overtime when required.
- Note: This description is not all-inclusive. Other duties requested by supervisor are required.
Knowledge and Education
Must be able to read, write and speak English, work with simple arithmetic and understand ordinary verbal and written instructions. High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred, some high school education required.
On-the-job training is provided.
Work is performed under generally good conditions with some machine noise, fumes, oil, and dirt present. Adequate lighting, ventilation is present. Extreme outdoor temperatures will influence the temperature in the production area.
Training will be provided to personnel who may occasionally wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Essential functions can require:
- Standing or sitting for extended periods of time;
- Use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls;
- Stoop; kneel; crouch;
- Lifting/handling: exert up to 50 pounds occasionally; up to 20 pounds of force frequently; and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
- Vision: color; close; peripheral vision; depth perception; and, ability to adjust focus.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
SUPERVISION OF OTHERS