Brake Press Operator

Company Name:
Select Family of Staffing Companies
Brake Press Operator
Weekly paychecks Health Care Other Great Benefits
Typical Duties:
(includes, but not limited to)
Must understand precision sheet metal requirements.
Keeping up with the schedule and notifying supervisor if can not meet the schedule
Shearing backup strips when needed to accomplish above tasks
Light computer skills required
Set-up and operate a Press Brakes (Amada RG 80, 50, and 35 with NC9 Controllers)
Operator machine maintenance
Maintain Brake tooling
Request replacement tooling from supervisor when needed
Responsible for the quality of parts leaving your machine
Skills and Attributes:
Proficient at reading mechanical Blueprints
Able to use proper measurement tools to maintain quality
High attention to detail
Excellent organization skills
Good communicator
Efficient with supplies and time
Collaborative team player
Hard working and dedicated; willing to work through to completion
Able to lift fifty pounds regularly
Good attendance and punctual
Able to cope with busy work schedules while distinguishing and balancing priorities
Able to work overtime including weekends when needed.
Must be able to run and Amada Press Brake with NC 9 controller
Need flexibility in your work schedule?
Crave a high-pay, low-stress job opportunity?
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Potential Select benefits include health insurance, dependent care assistance accounts, referral bonuses, and safety incentives, as well as the best temporary, part-time, and full-time positions available in today's growing job market.
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