Check schedule to determine need for changeover or conversion or if scheduled maintenance is in order. Determine if schedule can be adjusted or permits time for overhaul, repair or readjustments required by equipment.
Check machines and analyse any mechanical or operational issues. Plan for and take corrective actions if necessary to maintain optimal quality and production.
Make changeovers or conversions by setting up assigned equipment for change in material, size or product. Operate equipment to try out. Check, test and measure product for quality specifications. Examine for visual defects.
Make repair or overhaul as required short of machining parts. Replace worn or damaged parts. Retime machine action.
Operate, repair, clean, lubricate equipment as required to maintain production. Clear jams. Check supplies and add or change materials. Request or obtain additional quantities of supplies.
Examine, test and measure product from assigned equipment for quality specifications, using appropriate gauges and instruments and record date.
Read schematics, prints and exploded views of machinery and equipment. Interpret and follow procedural manuals, manufacturer’s guides and operation instructions.
Perform Preventative Maintenance inspection of assigned equipment, report findings and take appropriate action. Perform maintenance work orders as required.
Analyze spoilage as to cause and take corrective action. Analyze and record comments regarding cause of production delays on production report or trouble sheet.
Notify supervisor of any incidences of recurring equipment malfunctions and corrective action taken and of any poor quality material or supplies noted.
Operate equipment and assist production as directed.
Familiar with Personal Protective Equipment
Mechanically inclined; familiar with hand tools
Familiar with proper handling of chemicals/solvents.
Previous mechanical experience in a fast-paced manufacturing setting
Minimum of 2 years previous mechanical experience
High School diploma or GED equivalent required
Experience working with PLC controls and a basic electrical knowledge
Able to stand for a long duration of time in excess of 8 hours a day
Able to bend over and rotate body repeatedly
Able to lift up to 35 pounds
Exposure to heat, cold, vibrations, odors/fumes, and loud noise
Able to perform fine manipulations with hands
Willing and able to work overtime and night shifts
About Ardagh Metal Packaging
Ardagh Metal Packaging (AMP) is a leading supplier of sustainable and infinitely recyclable beverage cans to brand owners globally. A subsidiary of sustainable packaging business Ardagh Group, AMP is an industry player across Europe and the Americas with innovative production capabilities. AMP operates 24 production facilities in nine countries, employing more than 6,300 employees with sales of approximately $4.7 billion.
AMP is 75%-owned by Ardagh Group and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker AMBP.
About Ardagh Group
Ardagh Group operates 65 metal and glass production facilities in 16 countries, employing more than 21,000 people with sales of approximately $10 billion. Ardagh Group produces:
· many of the cans and bottles that contain your favourite beverages.
· packaging made from metal and glass – permanent materials that can be infinitely recycled without any loss of quality.
· more than 160 million containers per day.
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