Process Technician

Job Reference: WM – 2115

Location: Surrey

Salary: £35,000 - £40,000

Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Process Technician

Responsibilities:

  • To Supervise and make accountable the work of assigned operatives
  • To set-up tools, stabilise the process and conduct1st off, patrol and last off inspections
  • To provide technical and all other support to assigned operatives
  • Setting of tool and machine for new works orders, in line with the production plan
  • Ensure that the machine settings are captured for the part being set
  • Making adjustments to the tools/machines as required during production run
  • Following start-up and shutdown procedures after and before periods of the machine not running
  • Conditioning of material as defined by the quality pack/plan
  • Conducting inspections as defined in the quality plan
  • Ensuring that operatives are fully aware of what is expected of them
  • Ensuring that operatives are fully trained in the processes and operations that they are working on
  • Ensuring that operatives follow all requirements of the company’s procedures and policies
  • Ensure that any quality alerts are printed and shared with operatives
  • Ensuring that operatives work in harmony and efficiently at all times
  • Provide operative with all required ancillary equipment and PPE
  • Holding operatives to account for the quality of their work and their conduct
  • Ensuring that operatives report all the work they carry out (production and quality bookings)
  • Ensure that all packed product is correctly labelled including the operator stamp
  • Move completed product to agreed designated area together with completed paperwork, 1st/last off and QCP
  • Weigh count and identify (with GRN) any surplus raw material and place on returns rack in the yard
  • Conduct ‘tool-check’, request maintenance (if required) and move the tool to the correct location at the end of run
  • Report all problems encountered during the shift
  • Discuss and review any problems or issues arising from the prior shift
  • Review the human resources available on the shift
  • Use the whiteboard to identify which technician is managing which machine
  • Direct all operatives in the work that they are expected to do
  • Review and check that all materials and equipment required by the operator are available
  • Set and sign off any tools required
  • Re-assign operatives as required
  • Conduct 1st off/last off quality checks and report these on the system
  • Conduct patrol inspections as defined by the quality control plans
  • Ensure that all paperwork and information is available and being used correctly by all operatives
  • Carryout training and record this as required
  • Report any problems and take necessary actions to minimise its impact on production or quality ensure that any start-up or production scrap is reported and segregated
  • Monitor the conduct and output of all operatives

Job Application:

If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply to send a copy of your full CV – or call us now.

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Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK