- Performance of all operational duties required to produce quality product off of the slitting line, including but not limited to set up, load, and off load slitting line
- Manipulates controls and utilizes various material handling devices to move material into and away from slitting operation
- Observes incoming and finished material and reports apparent defects or equipment malfunction to operator and/or Supervisor
- Bands, bundles, tack welds, etc. to secure and bundle slit coils. Identify same by marking, tagging, etc. per instructions
- Maintains minimum standards of production in position while providing acceptable quality
- Assist in maintaining tooling using care in handling, cleaning and proper storage of same.
- Performs other miscellaneous related duties as assigned by the Supervisor
- Maintains a neat, orderly work area
- Makes daily time, production and material usage reports
- Required to adhere to all safety rules and regulations and participate in safety efforts
- Performs job functions using safe workplace practices
- High School diploma / GED
- 1 – 3 years of industrial experience
- Basic understanding of computer software
- Ability to navigate on a computer
- Basic understanding of the metric system
- Experience making mechanical adjustments to equipment
- Experience reading and interpreting gauges and dials
- Ability to use measuring tape
- Attention to detail
- Ability to plan, organize and prioritize assignments
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- Ability to perform “Root Cause” analysis and possess the skills necessary to troubleshoot any issues efficiently
- Ability to work in a team as well as independently
- Ability to maintain a clean and safe work environment
- Ability to work in extreme weather conditions
- Must be able to combine standing and walking 70 – 100% of a shift; lift up to 50 pounds frequently
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
- Coil processing equipment related to slitter, various material handling devices, bar equipment, burning and welding equipment, hand tools, tooling, measuring devices, etc.
- Coils of steel rod and strip of various gauges and sizes required to manufacture steel grating.
- Vocational school courses in mathematics and geometry, blueprint reading, mechanical drawing, metalworking, drafting, and quality and safety practices.
Harsco Industrial / IKG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
If you have a difficulty applying for any job posted on Harsco Corporation’s website because a disability prevents you from using the online system, Harsco Industrial / IKG offers the following alternate application procedure: Contact Jim Scholes, HR Manager at 281-452-6637, and Harsco will arrange for an alternate method of applying and will consider your application together with all other applications received for the job. Please call only for such application assistance.