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Sheetmetal Fabricator

Job Description:
Looking for a Sheet Metal Operator! Pay rate: $14.
00 p/hr Job
Summary:
Entry level position.
Assists in the preparation, cutting, lasering and shearing of metal components used to construct buildings.
Requires basic math skills, ability to read blueprints and measuring equipment, mechanical aptitude, and basic problem solving ability.
Performs multiple routine or semi-complex tasks requiring limited exercise of judgement.
Performs duties under close supervision.
Assists more advanced employees in mid-level work for developing and training.
Job duties: -Ability to read and understand part blue prints -Follow directions for each set-up and operations -Set up and operate power machines to shear, cut or laser sheets to specified dimensions and angles -Lays out cut/shear/laser lines on metal, using rule, square, or template -Load and unload materials to and from the press brake/laser/shear -Lift workpiece to machine bed or roller table and position it against guides and/or stops -Produce materials within prescribed standards for both quality and timeliness -Position metal on turntable to rotate workpiece for bending opposite side -Inspect completed work, using tape, gauge, template, or caliper to verify dimensions -Perform basic maintenance necessary to maintain safety, output and quality at all times -Use basic hand tools to align, adjust and tighten -Operate ancillary equipment such as hoist and notcher as required -Perform other duties such as receiving, marking and putting away material -Basic cleaning, 5s and scrap removal duties Qualifications: -Follow direction provided by Production Manager, Sheet Metal Crew Leader or Supervisor -Maintain a safe work environment by adhering to, and enforcing, all safety procedures and policies inside and outside the facility, including use or personal protective and company equipment as required -Represent employer in a positive manner both internally and externally while adhering to the organization's core values

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