The Marker Maker is responsible Laying the pieces in and verifying markers to ensure that they are accurate to the customer order.
Essential duties and accountabilities
Responsible for checking and verifying markers to ensure that they are accurate to the customer order. Make certain that all markers for all commercial and military orders are complete on-time according to the production schedule. Verifies markers against customer order by confirming size, quantity, color, fabric, width and working sample. Lay pieces in on a Gerber Accumark system to make the most efficient marker possible. Ensures all mini-markers (maps) have all of the required information that the cutting room requires to spread and cut the work orders. Sends makers to plotters to be plotted. Exports data cut files to the Cutting Room for cutting. Responsible for working according to the company’s safety and quality standards. Maintains a safe and clean work area. Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
Managing Work: Managing work to achieve results on time. Understanding and supporting the organization’s vision, purpose and strategies. Understanding our products and services.
Communicating: Communicating clearly and candidly; avoiding vagueness, ambiguity, and mixed messages. Contributing to an enthusiastic, positive work climate; energizing others.
Learning & Adapting: Demonstrating a willingness to take on new challenges, responsibilities, and assignments. Taking the initiative as problems or opportunities arise; being action oriented, willing to take risks.
Maximizing Resources: Working collaboratively with people in our group and in other parts of the organization; supporting others when requested. Working effectively with people who have diverse ideas, perspectives and values.
§ High School Diploma or its Equivalent.
§ Must read, write and understand Basic English.
§ Proficient in Microsoft Office Software.
§ Attention to detail.
§ Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function for this position.
§ Team working ability.
§ Must be authorized to work in the USA.
Sitting for long periods. Dexterity and coordination to handle files and single pieces of paper; occasional lifting of items weighing up to (50) fifty pounds such as files, stacks of paper, stacks of fabric, and other materials. Moving from place to place within the manufacturing floor; minimum reaching for items above and below desk level. Strength, dexterity, coordination and vision to use keyboard and video display terminal for prolonged periods.