Oshkosh Corporation 1st Shift - Fabrication Operator in Garner, Iowa
About IMT, an Oshkosh company
It takes many different people, skills and talents to keep Iowa Mold Tooling on the leading edge of our markets. IMT has evolved into a leading manufacturer of service vehicles and material handling systems. Our reputation for quality, value, and performance is evident in our products, which reach a worldwide market in the mining, construction, tire service, railroad, and utility industries. IMT products can be found practically everywhere, from Romanian coal mines to Indonesian oil fields to your local Goodyear dealer. Equipped with the latest in manufacturing technology and equipment and teams that are continually striving for new developments and refinements, IMT will continue to set a standard of excellence in the design, manufacturing, performance, and delivery of high-quality products.
Responsible for setting up, operating and supplying parts to the shot blast machine, ensuring dust collector is operational and running the beveling torch.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Follow startup, operation and shut down procedures for the shot blast machine, dust collector and Oxy/acetylene torch.
Must obtain a forklift license for movement of material in and out of the area.
Lifting is required for loading and unloading material at the machine. (minimum lifting ability) Must be able to operate an overhead hoist and maneuver the jib crane on the load and unload side of the machine.
Must obtain the ability to operate an Oxy/acetylene torch as part of a beveling operation for certain parts prior to shot blasting.
Every employee is expected to: - Complete all required paperwork including labor reporting and documentation of quality
control and material movement. - Work safely and maintain the work area with high standards of housekeeping. - Perform self-inspection and other required quality control functions at the employee's work
station. - Perform required Preventive Maintenance activities on machinery and/or equipment
operated. - Train and/or assist in the development of personnel. - Perform other duties as assigned by Supervision.
Other duties as assigned.
Basic blueprint reading ability
Lifting requirements: Frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Lifting devices are available and recommended.
High school diploma or GED
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