Slitter Operator

First American Resources was established in 1975 as a specialty coater producing pre-painted aluminum, carbon and stainless steel in widths ranging from 0.50-29" using two-coat, single coat, thin film and striped coatings for all markets. Spooling, lacing, stamping and slitting are also performed in our integrated facility. Today our business is still coil coating which is applying organic coatings onto rolled metal strip. Coils of steel and aluminum weighing up to 10,000lbs and 28 wide are continuously cleaned, pretreated and painted on the paint line. These materials are subsequently used by customers for everything from architectural panels to appliances to automotive parts. Coil coating is the most precise, efficient and environmentally friendly method of painting metals. Integrated into our coil coating technology is slitting, spooling, stamping and lancing, which further solidifies our state-of-the-art niche capability.
The Slitter Operator operates and directs in the set up of operations on the slitter machine. This position also functions as the data entry clerk to properly label and tag identify all slit material and is responsible for the overall quality of the slit product.
Review scheduled orders with supervisor in order to determine production priorities.
Perform set up of slitter per slit width requirements.
Check and verify slit widths with calipers to ensure accuracy.
Maintain tooling, spacing materials and slitter knives in proper storage areas.
Assist in the training of new Associates.
Participate in safety and other training programs as required.
Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Minimum 1 year experience in a slitter environment
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
Strong analytical and reading skills
Working knowledge of micrometers and calipers
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to maintain a positive presence in the workplace

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