Responsible for all aspects of production process, including equipment set-up and maintenance, production/fabrication, test, production training, and machine/tool making. Operator Job Category (Prototype Assembler): Performs a wide variety of electronic or electro-mechanical assembly tasks in support of developmental requirements in pre-production projects. Works from rough schematics, blueprints and oral instructions to construct developmental assemblies, sub-assemblies and components. May perform rework and quality testing. Work typically includes interaction with development and/or manufacturing engineering personnel.Operator Job Category (Inspector): Performs inspection of manufacturing goods during the manufacturing process. Conducts dimensional and electrical inspection of sub-assemblies or final systems assemblies. Interprets prints, manufacturing drawings, diagrams, wire cards and lists in approving or rejecting in-process or final assemblies.Mgmt Job Category: Prioritizes Directs the development and implementation of activities in production area(s) to meet production goals, quality, and cost objectives. Prioritizes production schedules based on product introduction, equipment efficiency, and materials supply. Plans and administers procedures and budgets. Makes budgetary recommendations regarding and, at higher levels, controls capital expenditures and direct/indirect labor. Develops schedules and manpower requirements for assigned areas. Operates machinery or computer devices to produce a product or service.
Job Level Guide: http://hr.seagate.com/manager/comp/job_leveling_chart_operator.pdfJob Family: Operators