Papermaker - Process Operator
We have been instructed to find a number of Papermakers for our Client based in Hampshire. This is a rare and fantastic opportunity to join a very well known business at a very exciting time on the Business history.
To operate and be responsible for running a Paper Machine. Responsible for controlling the machinery from holding chests to machine finished reel, with maximum efficiency and quality demanded. Responsible for controlling the duties and efficiency of all members of the crew associated with the efficient running of his Paper Machine.
The job holder will liaise with the Cell Leader on the forward programme details for the machine and will action them. They will also liaise with the Mould Making Department, the Maintenance department, the Security Thread Department and the Stock Preparation department.
Key Responsibilities & Experience
To run the Paper Machine at maximum output commensurate with maintaining quality and specification. To carry out all quality checks as specified and demanded by the Company. The papermaker takes full responsibility for achieving quality standards against the information supplied on the making docket and included samples. The job holder will directly execute or supervise such testing as may be carried out in the machine house and where testing is carried out in the central testing laboratory, this information will be relayed directly to the papermaker.
To operate the machine for optimum performance. This will involve monitoring the usage of raw materials, chemicals and energy against agreed standards. To make, or instruct to be made, any adjustments necessary to carry out (a) or (b) and to monitor changes whilst doing so. To ensure that the correct security devices, according to the making docket, are included in the paper.
To ensure that down time is kept to a minimum, this ensuring that wastage of prepared stock and spoiled paper is kept to a minimum.
The paper maker will normally selected from experienced Papermakers Assistants. Papermakers Assistants are normally selected from experienced operators and undergo a 3-6 month training period, some of which is off the job under a training instructor. Additional training will involve internal and/or external training on computerised systems as they are developed. A high degree of judgement and initiative will be expected from the experience developed.
The Training period of 3-6 months will be given, combining on and off the job training, progressing to a fully signed off competency by the Training Officer and FLM.
Computer literate to enable use of Microsoft Office, IFS, PI, QIS etc If you feel motivated for a challenge like this then please send your application through to Lee Narraway at ProCore Solutions Ltd.
ProCore Solutions Limited act as an Employment Agency on behalf of our Clients. We provide permanent services and this vacancy is advertised with the permission of the Client.