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PRODUCTION INSPECTOR

BASIC FUNCTION:
To sort, inspect, count, decorate (if required) and pack plastic parts as directed. Perform quality assurance tasks on the manufactured parts. This position requires shift-work.

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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The principal duties and responsibilities of the Production Inspector consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
• Perform certain quality assurance tasks on the manufactured parts, and count and box the parts.
• Stack boxed parts of usually less than 30 pounds on skid for movement to warehouse.
• Learn how to inspect each part for acceptability per Quality Assurance standards.
• Keep work space clean and neat enough to permit safe operation. Clean space thoroughly at the end of shift.
• Report immediately to supervisor or manager any time the machine or mold seems to be damaged or malfunctioning.
• Report immediately to Team Lead, Process Technician, or Production Manager any time that molded parts in a cycle are unacceptable.
• Assist other team members as indicated by the Team Lead. At times it will be necessary for a Production Inspector to perform various operations to a part after it is manufactured called “secondary operations.”
• Bring all company provided tools to work every day regardless of machine assignment for that week. Production Inspectors will not be allowed to work without personal protection equipment.
• Pass on any information concerning the job they are currently running to the next shift oncoming operator.
• Perform any work assignment requested by the Production Manager or anyone officially in his capacity.
• Perform all activities in conformance with AP policies, procedures and job descriptions.
• Any other various duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION:
Required: High School Diploma. Exceptions to this will be anyone hired before 2014 will be grandfathered in.

SKILLS: Basic hand and eye coordination; Ability to add, subtract, and multiply.
PHYSICAL:
Job includes lifting, sitting, standing, walking, bending, kneeling, and use of hands and arms.
Production Inspectors must have adequate manual dexterity to accomplish trimming with a sharp instrument, good eyesight and hearing.
Job may require heavy lifting (Up to 30 lbs.).
Peripheral vision and depth perception required to operate machinery.
MENTAL: Must be able to read, write and speak English.

Accuracy of +/- 25 Microns

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