Summary/Objective:A vision operator is responsible for operating and maintaining equipment used in the inspection and quality control of products. Their main objective is to ensure that products meet the required quality standards and specifications by using vision systems to identify any defects or deviations in the production process. The role requires a keen attention to detail and the ability to interpret and analyze data obtained from the vision systems. The vision operator also plays a crucial role in troubleshooting any issues with the equipment and performing routine maintenance to ensure that the systems are functioning at optimal levels. Overall, the vision operator’s goal is to ensure the quality and consistency of the products being produced while maximizing efficiency and minimizing waste.
Operate and monitor computer-controlled vision inspection systems to ensure products meet quality standards and specifications
Identify and document product defects, communicate with production team members, and recommend corrective actions
Perform routine maintenance and cleaning of vision inspection equipment to ensure optimal performance
Calibrate vision inspection systems according to manufacturer specifications and quality control procedures
Participate in continuous improvement initiatives and recommend process improvements to enhance product quality and efficiency
Accurately record inspection data and complete necessary paperwork or computer-based documentation
Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams to troubleshoot and resolve product quality issues
Participate in new product development and launch activities, including developing and testing new inspection protocols
Stay current with emerging trends and technologies in vision inspection systems and recommend updates or upgrades to equipment as necessary
Follow all safety protocols and maintain a clean and organized work area
High school diploma or equivalent
Strong attention to detail and ability to follow instructions
Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced production environment
Ability to interpret technical drawings and specifications
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work in a physically demanding environment, including standing for long periods and lifting up to 50 pounds
Ability to work flexible hours, including overtime and weekends, as needed
$17.50 – $18.00 per hour
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