The Back EndMaintainers work 12-hour shifts on for four days and off for four days. They ensure that all back end equipment from the end of the washer/dryer through the pallet staging area is maintained and operating to produce cans which meet quality specifications.
Duties And Responsibilities:
Perform set-up and maintenance and ensure efficient operation of the flangers, beaders, light testers, lacquer spray machines, IBOs, palletizer and strappers.
Responsible for the maintenance and set up of all back end conveying, which includes all single filers and can transfer apparatus.
At scheduled intervals, inspect, monitor and document in the computer the following can specifications:
- Flanged can height - Factory finished can height
- Flange width - Flange angle
- Axial load - Panel resistance
- Bead depth - Rolling bead diameter and placement
- Plug diameter - Oven temperature checks
Perform visual checks of cans to ensure entire process is in compliance and take appropriate measures to correct the process when deficiencies are found.
Complete required paperwork and documentation such as process check sheets, log books, and maintenance check sheets.
Perform Equipment Set-up Evaluations (ESE) and make proper adjustments as required.
Assist in other areas as needed to maintain a smooth flow of cans through the plant.
Maintain cleanliness of all work areas and follow all safety procedures and work practices.
Performs other job-related duties as required or assigned
High School Education/GED
Advanced mechanical skills (including working knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics) and ability to use precision measuring devices (calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, etc.).
Thorough knowledge and understanding of can and end manufacturing process, equipment, and quality specifications.
Ability to demonstrate strong mechanical aptitude on all can and end making equipment in the plant, depending on the primary area of responsibility assigned.
Demonstrated involvement in safety and knowledge of safety regulations which apply to work functions.
Basic knowledge of computer systems, gauges, tools and equipment.
Ability to safely operate production forklift.
High School Education/GED
TOTAL COMPENSATION PACKAGE:
Competitive salaries with bi-annual plant gainsharing plan
Paid vacation and holidays
Comprehensive healthcare where Crown pays 100% of the cost for employee coverage.
401K with company match, active Pension Plan and Stock Purchase Plan
Company paid life insurance and short-term disability with optional long-term disability
Crown is an equal opportunity employer. Crown does not discriminate against any candidate or employee on the basis of race, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.