Card Operator – 3rd shift

Pharr High Performance • I-85 Plant •3rd shift ( 11 pm- 7am)

The Card Operator will be responsible for operating cards by supplying fiber and re-workable fiber to hoppers whose purpose is to open fibers and blend fibers together. The Card Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check I.D. before starting each shift, do not run without a proper signature on I.D.
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Make laydowns behind hoppers, remove bale ticket (turn tickets into Receiving Clerk), bailing wires/ ropes and protective covering from bales
  • Open bales of raw materials as necessary to run current lot
  • Open any re-workable fiber to be ran
  • All fiber and re-workable fiber should be torn apart before putting into hoppers to ensure a proper blend of fibers
  • Separate wires, ropes, plastic etc. to dispose of in the proper containers
  • Patrol job keeping hoppers filled by evenly distributing all bales to ensure all bales are completed at the same time
  • Patrol job to creel, repairing end downs and doffing cans
  • Keep cans available for the next doff
  • Push doff cans to storage area
  • Perform SPC sizing as needed, using proper SPC chart
  • Empty pneumafil boxes as needed
  • Sweep and keep work are neat and clean
  • Properly handle any used cardboard, plastic and clean ropes, place all damaged ropes in appropriate container
  • At the end of each blend lot, stop and clean thoroughly
  • Use air hose to clean machine
  • Box unused raw materials
  • Properly handle any waste generated, place in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outlined by the Job Safety Analysis for this position
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing for 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Feed fiber into hoppers with force of 15-20lbs
  • Move 100lbs cans from carding to drawing
  • Must be able to communicate with fixers and supervisors
  • Must have color vision with minimum near vision to distinguish quality defects
  • Must be able to read printed materials and see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must be able to lift approximately 10lb bags of re-workable fibers
  • Must be capable of understanding SPC training
  • Must be 21 years of age

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

 

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Roving Operator – 3rd Shift

Pharr HP • 1-85 • 3rd Shift (11PM-7AM)

The Roving Operator is responsible for supplying cans of stock to the back of Roving Frames whose purpose is to stretch and twist fibers together. The Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check ID’s before starting shift, Do not run without a proper signature on ID.
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Move draw cans behind Rovematic
  • Creel full drawing sliver cans as needed and push clean empty cans back to the finisher drawing area.
  • Obtain empty roving bobbins (.5 lbs. each) and doff boxes
  • Patrol job to creel, repairing ends down, and doffing roving bobbins.
  • Patrol job to remove small laps from rolls.
  • Clean clearers and flyers on roving frames as directed.
  • Flag roving ends that require a fixers attention
  • Identify roving bobbins with chalk marks (when needed)
  • Gather empty roving bobbins / boxes for the next doff.
  • Stack empty roving bobbins in bins.
  • Push boxes of full roving bobbins to the proper storage area.
  • Perform SPC sizing as needed, using proper SPC Chart
  • Empty pneumafil boxes as needed.
  • Sweep and keep work are neat and clean
  • At the end of each blend lot, stop and clean thoroughly.
  • Use air hose to clean machine
  • Bag unused raw material, all soft waste must be torn up before putting into bags and identified.
  • Properly handle any waste generated , place in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outlined by the Job Safety Analysis for this position

 

Key Competencies

  • Must be able to stand for 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Must be able to move doff boxes weighing 183lbs to the roving storage area and then move empty roving bobbins to storage bins.
  • Must be able to communicate and understand fixers and supervisors
  • Must be able to use an electronic digital scale
  • Must not be color blind with minimum near sited vision to see quality and mechanical problems

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.
  • Capable of understanding SPC training
  • Must be 21 years old

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Doffer

Pharr HP • 1-85 • 3rd Shift (11PM-7AM)

The Doffer must doff and transport yarn to designated areas while maintaining an organized working environment.  The Doffer must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Load bobbins in bobbin magazines for Zinzer frames for every doff
  • Ensure bobbins are being loaded on track and service any alarms
  • Locate and place empty doff boxes at each conveyor for each frame
  • Make ID’s for each spinning doff
  • Transport each spinning doff to spinning doff staging area
  • Assist spinner in taking down empty roving bobbins when full frame creels
  • Take empty roving bobbins to proper stagin area
  • Sweep entire Zinzer spinning area often enough that area appears clean at all times
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor
  • Service H&W conditioner:
  • Load full buggies of yarn into H&W conditioner cabinet
  • Remove yarn from conditioner cabinet
  • Transport conditioned yarn to doubler yarn area and/or elevator for transport

 

Key Competencies

  • Must be able to stand for 7.5 hours on a concrete floor
  • Must be able to push full boxes of yarn between 90-125lbs to the staging area
  • Must be able to communicate and understand fixers and supervisors
  • Must not be color blind with a minimum near sited vision to see the quality and mechanical problems
  • Must be able to lift full containers of bobbins weighing between 30 – 40 lbs.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

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Spinner Operator – 3rd Shift

Pharr HP • 1-85 • 3rd Shift (11PM-7AM)

The Spinning Operator is responsible for operating spinning frames by creeling roving stock in frames whose purpose is to stretch and twist fibers together. All duties are to be performed in a safe manner, utilizing all required personal protection equipment while on the manufacturing floor. The Spinning Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for maintaining excellent customer service

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check ID’s before starting shift; do not run without proper signature on ID
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Obtain full doff boxes of roving from staging area
  • Pushes doff boxes around frame while creeling frames/ends
  • Creel full roving bobbins as needed
  • Patrol job to creel, repairing ends down
  • Patrol job to remove small laps from rolls
  • Clean head, end rods and rails
  • Flag ends that require a fixers attention
  • Remove empty roving bobbins from the creel
  • Take empty roving bobbins to designated areas
  • Empty pneumafil boxes as needed
  • Keep work area neat and clean
  • Properly place any waste generated in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outline by the Job Safety Analysis for this positon
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Moving doff boxes weighing 183 lbs. around frames to creel in roving
  • Must be able to read and understand printed material
  • Must be able to see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must have color vision

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

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Spinner Operator – 2nd Shift

Pharr HP • 1-85 • 3rd Shift (11PM-7AM)

The Spinning Operator is responsible for operating spinning frames by creeling roving stock in frames whose purpose is to stretch and twist fibers together. All duties are to be performed in a safe manner, utilizing all required personal protection equipment while on the manufacturing floor. The Spinning Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for maintaining excellent customer service

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check ID’s before starting shift; do not run without proper signature on ID
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Obtain full doff boxes of roving from staging area
  • Pushes doff boxes around frame while creeling frames/ends
  • Creel full roving bobbins as needed
  • Patrol job to creel, repairing ends down
  • Patrol job to remove small laps from rolls
  • Clean head, end rods and rails
  • Flag ends that require a fixers attention
  • Remove empty roving bobbins from the creel
  • Take empty roving bobbins to designated areas
  • Empty pneumafil boxes as needed
  • Keep work area neat and clean
  • Properly place any waste generated in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outline by the Job Safety Analysis for this positon
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Moving doff boxes weighing 183 lbs. around frames to creel in roving
  • Must be able to read and understand printed material
  • Must be able to see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must have color vision

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

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Link Winder Operator – 3rd Shift

Pharr HP • 1-85 • 3rd Shift (11PM-7AM)

The Link Winder Operator is responsible for following all job instructions and procedures to reduce error and insure a quality product. All duties are to be performed in a safe manner, utilizing all required personal protection equipment while on the manufacturing floor. The Link Winder Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check ID’s before starting shift; do not run without a proper signature on ID
  • Patrol job consistently creeling, doffing, repairing ends down and cleaning machine
  • Moves full bobbin boxes along the length of the winder while filling the magazines
  • Keep electronic clearing devices clean and free of lint and wild yarn
  • Strip piece bobbins and tangled cones as needed
  • Use apron to keep reworkable fiber waste, place a waste in properly marked container as available
  • Remove small labs from arbor
  • Keep knotter suction mouth clean
  • Empty bobbin trays
  • Move full doffs of yarn to twisting
  • Retrieve empty cones and boxes from twisting
  • Remove winder pneumafil waste as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Moving doff boxes weighing 183 lbs. around frames to creel in roving
  • Must be able to read and understand printed material
  • Must be able to see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must have color vision

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

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Air Jet Spinning Operator

Pharr High Performance • I-85 • 3rd shift ( 11 pm-7 am)

The Air Jet Spinning Operator will be responsible for operating the Air Jet Spinning Frames by creeling Roving stock in frames whose purpose is to stretch and twist fibers together. All duties are to be performed in a safe manner, utilizing all required personal protection equipment while on the manufacturing floor. The Air Jet Spinning Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check ID’s before starting shift; do not run without proper signature on ID
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Patrol job consistently repairing ends down and all creek breaks
  • Change bad top rollers and top aprons as needed
  • Follow proper procedure for removing laps from top aprons and rollers
  • Clean head, ends, rods and rails
  • Flag ends that require a fixers attention
  • Change wax as needed during cycling
  • Turn black boxes every two hours
  • Keep doff cradle free of thread
  • Keep work area neat and clean
  • Brush machines twice during each shift
  • Remove pneumafil waste during each shift
  • Put reworkable fiber in properly identified container
  • Keep waste off floor; use apron. Properly place any waste generated in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outlined by the Job Safety Analysis for this position
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervision

Key Competencies

  • Standing 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Moving doff boxes weighing 183 lbs. around frames to creel in roving
  • Must be able to read and understand printed material
  • Must be able to see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must have color vision

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

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Card Operator- 2nd shift

Pharr High Performance • I-85 Plant • 2nd Shift (3pm – 11pm)

The Card Operator will be responsible for operating cards by supplying fiber and re-workable fiber to hoppers whose purpose is to open fibers and blend fibers together. The Card Operator must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Check I.D. before starting each shift, do not run without a proper signature on I.D.
  • Check all machinery and equipment to ensure safe operations before starting machine
  • Make laydowns behind hoppers, remove bale ticket (turn tickets into Receiving Clerk), bailing wires/ ropes and protective covering from bales
  • Open bales of raw materials as necessary to run current lot
  • Open any re-workable fiber to be ran
  • All fiber and re-workable fiber should be torn apart before putting into hoppers to ensure a proper blend of fibers
  • Separate wires, ropes, plastic etc. to dispose of in the proper containers
  • Patrol job keeping hoppers filled by evenly distributing all bales to ensure all bales are completed at the same time
  • Patrol job to creel, repairing end downs and doffing cans
  • Keep cans available for the next doff
  • Push doff cans to storage area
  • Perform SPC sizing as needed, using proper SPC chart
  • Empty pneumafil boxes as needed
  • Sweep and keep work are neat and clean
  • Properly handle any used cardboard, plastic and clean ropes, place all damaged ropes in appropriate container
  • At the end of each blend lot, stop and clean thoroughly
  • Use air hose to clean machine
  • Box unused raw materials
  • Properly handle any waste generated, place in appropriate container
  • Adhere to all safety guidelines as outlined by the Job Safety Analysis for this position
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing for 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Feed fiber into hoppers with force of 15-20lbs
  • Move 100lbs cans from carding to drawing
  • Must be able to communicate with fixers and supervisors
  • Must have color vision with minimum near vision to distinguish quality defects
  • Must be able to read printed materials and see Quality and Mechanical problems
  • Must be able to lift approximately 10lb bags of re-workable fibers
  • Must be capable of understanding SPC training
  • Must be 21 years of age

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D.

Apply Now

Zinzer Utility

Pharr High Performance • I-85 • 3rd shift ( 11 pm- 7 am)

The Zinzer Utility person must doff, and transport yarn to areas as instructed by the instruction sheet. The Zinzer Utility person must exhibit quality awareness while continuing to perform job responsibilities in an efficient manner, meeting or exceeding expectations. They must be able to be present and on time for scheduled workdays for the purpose of maintaining excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate must personify Pharr, A Family of Companies Core Values, FIRST: Family, Innovative, Responsive, Strong Relationships and Trustworthy.


Job Requirements

  • Load bobbins in bobbin magazines for Zinzer frames for every doff
  • Ensure bobbins are being loaded on track and service any alarms
  • Locate and place empty doff boxes at each conveyor for each frame
  • Make I.D.s for each spinning doff
  • Transport each spinning doff to spinning doff stating area
  • Assist spinner in taking down empty roving bobbins when full frame creels
  • Take empty roving bobbins to proper staging area
  • Sweep entire Zinzer spinning area often enough that it appears clean at all times
  • Service H&W conditioner:
    • Load full buggies of yarn into H&W conditioner cabinet
    • Remove yarn from conditioner cabinet
    • Transport conditioned yarn to doubler yarn area and/or to elevator for transport
  • Perform any duties assigned by supervisor

 

Key Competencies

  • Standing 7.5 hours on concrete floor
  • Must be able to push full boxes of yarn approximately 125lbs. to staging areas
  • Must be able to communicate with operators, fixers and supervisors
  • Must not be color blind with minimum near sited vision to be able to see quality and mechanical problems
  • Lift bobbin containers weighing approximately 40lbs.

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D

Apply Now