Cypress Employment has a client in West Mobile, AL looking for a Plate Roll Operator.

Plate Roll Operators are responsible for the forming of metal products as specified by layout, blueprints, diagrams, work orders/travelers, or oral/written instructions using plate rolling equipment.

The Plate Roll Operator is responsible for bonding, rolling, and forming projects.
Operates cranes to load, unload, and position materials in equipment.
Operates control panels and monitors materials to achieve desired product.
Performs hand grinding to prepare materials when needed.
Performs tack welding on products when required.
Forms product within specified tolerance or standard flatness for given product.
Willing to learn and use modern CNC controlled plate and angle rolls.
Constantly checks the quality of own work to ensure work meets or exceeds quality standards.
Will often work in tandem with Fitters and Welders.
Works safely and maintains work area and equipment with high standards of housekeeping.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Regular and prompt attendance in person.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and ability required.)

High school diploma or GED, preferred.
Training from a vocation school or previous employer in the use of the application tools and in the application techniques, preferred.
The ability to successfully complete training programs provided by MYER after recruitment.
Minimum of 1 year in a steel processing role.

Special Knowledge/Skills
Basic FCAW welding experience for tack-welding of formed product when required.
Heating and Cutting – OFC (oxy-fuel).
Ability to read blueprints, drawings, and specifications.
Basic knowledge of mathematics.
Experience working in a physically demanding environment.
Familiarity with OSHA regulations and good safety practices.
Physical Requirements
Vision: adequate to enter and read printed material. Able to identify markings and digital outputs on calibrated tools. Able to identify individuals to initiate greetings, the giving of directions and other business interactions.
Hearing: able to hear sufficiently to engage in conversation. Able to hear safety alerts and warning signals.
Speaking: able to engage in conversations in person and deliver information to groups of varying size with or without amplification.
Equipment Operation: Able to operate a wide range of tools and equipment including but not limited to arc welding equipment, oxy-fuel cutting equipment, angle grinder, die grinder, plate rolls, angle rolls, overhead crane, jib crane.
Carrying: able to occasionally carry up to 50lbs while engaging in training, addressing production issues.
Confined Space: able to enter and exit a within a confined space for various lengths of time.
Heights: able to work at heights of approximately up to 15 feet on various types of platforms and lifts for various lengths of time
Lifting: able to occasionally lift up to 50lbs.
Pushing/Pulling: able to push/pull items on shop floor.
Sitting: able to sit for extended periods of time.
Squatting/Kneeling: able to occasionally squat or kneel to retrieve or handle items.
Standing: able to stand for extended periods of time.
Walking: able to walk through production areas, around machinery and equipment sometimes on uneven indoor or outdoor surfaces.