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Tie In Draw

Tie In Draw
Description
PURPOSE: The ContiTech employee participates in any improvement that is necessary to achieve customer satisfaction. Total commitment to ContiTech's Quality Management System is a part of every employee's responsibility in order to achieve and exceed ContiTech's Quality Objectives.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
1. Communicate with the off-going shift.
2. Receive instructions from Supervisor.
3. Installing lease rods: Check warp board, find the oldest date that has been leased.
Always go with the oldest date.
4. Tie-In: Same as leasing, the oldest date on the board that is ready to tie is
the one that is next in line.
5. Installing lease rods, Sulzer Loom Type TW11, Sulzer Loom Type PU, Sulzer Loom Type P7100, PGW Loom.
6. Tie Sulzer and PGW Looms.
7. Tying style "Z & S"-twist.
8. Pull knots on Sulzer looms.
9. Put in lease string and rod.
10. Pull lease rod up and around rollers to dropwire.
11. To air splice, take one end off dropwire and one end off lease and air splice the two together.
12. Pick leases and pull through dropwires, harness, and reed. Check Notice of Loom Change (ref. Form WEA030)
for number of ends per reed.
13. Put selvage yarn in and draw yarn up.
SFC-HRS-003-0030 Rev.5 Release Date: 9/27/16
14. When a loom is finished running a style and the fabric is doffed and the same style is scheduled for that loom,
operator splices yarn behind eyeboard.
15. Sweep area and maintain good housekeeping.
16. Other duties may be assigned.
Qualifications
QUALIFICATIONS: Understand and follow written and/or verbal instructions.
Must be able to do basic math and read
Lift, move and position materials, use tools, equipment, etc.
quickly and effectively.
Knowledge of good shop practices.
Knowledge of weaving area and machinery in house
Operate lift trucks and other material moving equipment. Must
possess a valid lift truck operator license.
Training required: Lift Truck Operator License
ISO overview
Safety overview
Yearly job evaluation
TYPICAL TOOLS, INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT:
Hand or Power:
Hand Tools
Electric hoists
Electric drill
Power wrenches
Paint spray cans, etc.
Lift truck
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Standing- 100%
Climbing 80%
Crawling- 75%
Sitting- N/A
Moving Material- 100%
Hearing Speaking- Able to hear and speak with supervision, section leaders and co-workers to perform job properly.
Reaching- 80%
Visual Acuity- Color Vision required with normal vision to perform job properly.
Bending Stooping- 80% of time
EEO Statement
EEO / AA / Disabled / Protected Veteran Employer. Continental offers equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to unlawful consideration to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability
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With sales of ?40.5 billion in 2016, Continental is among the leading automotive suppliers worldwide and currently employs more than 230.000 employees in 56 countries. As a division in the Continental Corporation, ContiTech is one of the world's leading industrial specialists. Its customers can be found in key industries such as machine and plant engineering, mining, the agricultural industry, and the automotive industry. With around 46,000 employees in 44 countries, the company uses its development and material expertise for products and systems made of rubber, polyamide, metal, textile, and electronic components to combine these with individual services. ContiTech also offers functional and design-oriented living solutions and is always searching for customer-friendly and environmentally-friendly answers ? going well and truly beyond its roots as a producer of rubber products. With sales of approximately ?5.5 billion (2016), this international technology partner is active with core branches in Europe, Asia, North and South America.



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