Listed below are the essential job functions for the primary responsibilities that a Knitter will perform, however, at any time manufacturing demands may require the Knitter to work on a different product line which would require him/her to perform any or all of the listed additional job functions.
- Machine Operator – responsible for operating warp knitting machines, both single needle and double needle bar, up to 14 guide bars.
- Fabric damage repair – responsible for replacing broken ends and repairing minor damages in the knitted fabric in gauges up to 64 gauge.
- Records – Responsible for recording accurately every damage. Also responsible for recording all webs doffed from machines.
- Responsible for maintaining specifications for each product, check and respond to changes as called for within written specification.
- Beam Loading – responsible for hanging beams on knitting machines with the assistance of a knitter
Follow manufacturing procedures and Quality System requirements.
Effectively communicate any manufacturing and quality concerns to the supervisor.
Train other employees on new/revised procedures when required.
- The ability to work overtime.
- Perform other related duties as required