Automated Equipment Operator-531/B

Johnson Controls

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Norman, OK

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Unitary Products Group




Production Area

To be completed by Human Resources






11 (Non-Exempt)


Neil Wachter


Joni Kearns


Plant Manager


UPG- Automated Equipment Operator


UPG- Production Supervisor




Set-up equipment and tooling as specified to maintain close tolerances. Perform minor repairs and preventative maintenance on the equipment and tooling as required. Maintain a continuous flow of work.


In addition to the duties and responsibilities of Machine Operators, I, II, III, perform the following:

Work Safe! Basic computer operating skills. Work from blue prints and schedule in MES and or verbal instructions from Supervisor. Determine correct starting points and sequence of bends for indicated operations. (Auto RAZ) Determine from the blue print and program, length of dies needed for type of bend, and position dies in the machine. Check all tooling for proper identification and construction or form. Correct tooling problems as needed. Perform necessary operations of set-up and adjustments as described in work instruction and MES. Check every twentieth piece of work for dimension, squareness, and angular dimensions. Check controls and equipment functions such as air pressure, oil, grease, and safety functions. Instruct material handlers of needed material and container. Maintain tooling and machine parts and an orderly tooling storage area. Perform preventative maintenance and make minor machine repairs periodically. Record any records as required by Supervisor. Yield in MES. Inform next shift operator of production activities and problems.


To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High school diploma or equivalent. Ability to read and interpret blueprints. Knowledge of all press machines and detailed knowledge in several. Use of decimals, fractions, scales, addition and multiplication. Familiar with and understanding sheet metal stretches related to material thickness and angular dimensions. Certified in forklift operations. Computer knowledgeable and be able to make adjustments to the program to accommodate slight changes in material. Understand the operating system for the machine as well as file maintenance. Understand how to adjust the schedule for the equipment as well as call down and load programs.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Non-repetitive work. Standing approximately 80% of time. Pushing, pulling, lifting and carrying of heavy and/or bulky parts required. Weight amounts may vary from 5 pounds to 50 pounds, any amount over 50 pounds requires physical or mechanical help. Hand and arm strength required in handling dies and equipment. May require repetitive motions of hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders, when required to perform duties of sheet metal operators. Rotating/twisting of upper body to lift, move and position dies in machine and return to storage. Ability to reach overhead, above shoulder and/or chest level to position parts and dies. Concentrated mental/visual attention required to perform accurate machine set-ups. Requires visual attention to position, position parts safely and efficiently. Must be able to recognize machine difficulties quickly and take action to stop machine if necessary.

Practice safe work and environmentally friendly behavior and participate actively in safety and environmental training. Maintain and use as required all personal protective equipment (PPE)and other safety equipment provided. Follow environmentally sound practices to help reduce pollution and conserve natural resources. Understand hazards associated with job assignments and alert supervisor/management of any unsafe conditions or environmental concerns immediately.”.

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