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While working under the general direction of the Bindery Department Shift Supervisor or the person in charge, the Bindery Set-up Operator III performs any and all work described under job descriptions for Bindery Assistant I and II, and Bindery Set-up Operator I and II. In addition to setting up and operating the Saddle-stitch machine, the Bindery Set-up Operator III must be able to set-up 3 or more of the following machines: Binder, Trimmer, Cutter, Trimmer-stacker, Tipper, Smythe sewing machine,Tipper, Jacketer, Casepacker, Palletizer, Collator, Drill Shrinkwrapper, or Padding machine. S/he also continues to learn upon assignment to set-up and operate lines of associated equipment in preparation to becoming a more skillful and versatile operator. The Bindery Set-up Operator III performs, but is not limited to, all of the tasks included in the above stated positions.
- Reviewing the schedule board for the next job assigned to the machine or line of equipment being worked on.
- Acquiring the job folder and reviewing it for specifications or special instructions that may impact the operation or setting up of the machine or line of equipment.
- Following routine procedures in the setting-up and in the operation of the machine or line of equipment.
- Reviewing the quality of the product continuously to meet that which is required.
- Maintaining the required records with quantities and/or any other information that may be helpful or required.
- Learning to become a more skilled operator.
- Assisting in the training of lesser skilled workers
- Maintaining both the bindery equipment and the immediate area.
- Inspecting books, deciding to accept or reject books, or parts thereof, in maintaining the quality level required on the job.
- Maintaining quality and production records in a prescribed manner.
- Reporting unusual conditions or circumstances to the supervisor or the person in charge.
- Working on job assignments in other manufacturing areas as instructed.
- Comfort Performing Tedious Tasks-Able to perform repetitive tasks for long periods of time.
- Attendance-Works with supervisor to try to make schedule work and help cover difficult times. Shows up on time when scheduled.
- Conscientiousness-Strictly adheres to all company policies and procedures, complies with safety regulations
- Achievement Orientation-Strives to be successful at tasks and to meet or exceed goals. Accepts targets and goals, and makes certain they are met
- Cooperativeness-Willing to take direction from supervisors and, when appropriate, go along with coworkers' ways of doing things. Willing to follow rules.
- Communication Skills-Has the ability to clearly convey directions, information and/or feedback both verbally and in writing
- Follows Directions-Is able to easily understand instructions and complete tasks with minimal supervision
- Electric Dolly
- Department orientation/New Hire Temp Training
- Perform Mathematical Computations
- Use Measurement Devices
- Record Data
Sit--N (Not Applicable)
Handling / Fingering--C (Constantly)
Reach Outward--C (Constantly)
Reach Above Shoulder--O (Occasionally)
Climb--N (Not Applicable)
Crawl--N (Not Applicable)
Squat or Kneel--O (Occasionally)
12 lbs or less--C (Constantly)
13-25 lbs--F (Frequently)
26-40 lbs--F (Frequently)
41-100 lbs--O (Occasionally)
10 lbs or less--C (Constantly)
11-20 lbs--F (Frequently)
21-50 lbs--F (Frequently)
51-100 lbs--O (Occasionally)
Over 100 lbs--N (Not Applicable)
- Vision (Near, Distance, Color, Peripheral, Depth Perception)
- Sense of Sound
- Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (Safety Glasses, Gloves, Hearing Protection)