The Pulse Operator is responsible for the overall quality, output and efficiency of the inserting equipment. the Pulse Operator will focus on machine operation and as well as focuses on material movement. The Pulse Operator is ultimately accountable for the quality of all materials produced and for following all standard work procedures.Responsibilities:
Follow Standard Work procedures
Make ready, operate, maintain and have ability to trouble shoot the inserting process as needed.
Follow QC Procedures and complete all logs, paperwork, check list and Computer functions (MRDF, DCS, etc.) in accordance with Standard Processes.
Work with the Assistant Operator as able to ensure all finished materials are processes appropriately
Understand the capabilities of the machine to achieve optimum print quality
Maintain workflow efficiency by evaluating processes at each stage of production
Operator is responsible for creating a predictable process through:
Correctly performing preventative maintenance routines
Ensuring that each job is properly set up
Performing routine inserting procedures, most of which require specific skills and aptitudes
Inspecting for adherence to procedures using, visual discrimination, quality analysis, and judgment
Recognizing when routine adjustments are necessary and identifying errors at the earliest possible stage to minimize production rework
Perform adjustments accurately, efficiently and according to procedures, minimizing unexpected downtime and maintenance calls
Interact closely with other departments outside of inserting (Pressroom/ Mail Dispatch/ Warehouse/ Shipping/ Technicians).
Ensure associates maintain safety and OSHA standards.
Responsible for cleanliness of area and maintaining 5S standards, while driving continuous improvements.
All other tasks as assigned by Lead, Manager, or Senior Management.
Will comply with all current and future security and compliance requirements.
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDSEducation/Experience: High School Diploma or G.E.D., vocational or technical school diploma or certificate.Experience in similar mail facility with working knowledge of Inserting Machines desired.Read and write English, passing of WorkKeys Assessment Testing, PCI Group Assessment testing.Knowledge and Skills: Working knowledge of Pitney Bowes and Bell and Howell inserting machines or other similar high-volume/high speed inserting machines with regard to operation, minor set-up adjustment and safety preferred. Must have computer skills; understand work flows, comprehensive of job tickets, have attention to detail, positive attitude and a team player.Physical Requirements: Ability to lift heavy boxes and trays of mail up to 30 lbs. Ability to stand for long periods of time, bending at the waist and knees.Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and every other Sunday | Thur-Sat 7AM-7PM & Sunday 8-12 hour shift depending on volumeFull-time