Sr Specialist-AP Machine/Wire Straight and Cut/Auto Point-2nd shift

Company Name:
Geneva Pharmaceuticals/Sandoz
# Job Description
Note: Internal Posting 3/11/14-3/18/14
2nd shift (hours-3PM-11PM)
Perform a series of repetitive operations requiring manual dexterity and visual acuity at AP Machines. Also responsible for operation of the wire straight and cut operation and auto pointer in the department as business conditions dictate.
Labor Grade-28N/E
Min-$660 AT-$825 Max-$990
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# Minimum requirements
High school diploma or equivalent plus 2 years trade school Fluent in English Three (3) or more years of experience in AP machiney (working with tight tolerances, tooling die sets, cams, linkage, drive chains, and clutch motors) set-up and troubleshooting 2 of which must be internal experience in Specialist function.
Job ID: 138822BR
Posting Title: Sr Specialist-AP Machine/Wire Straight and Cut/Auto Point-2nd shift
Division: Alcon
Business Unit: Alcon - Manufacturing / Technical Operations
Country: USA
Work Location: Sinking Spring, PA
Company/Legal Entity: Alcon Research, Ltd.
Functional Area: Production
Job Type: Full Time
Employment Type: Regular

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