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Print Binding And Finishing Workers Job Description / Hala EOIeIOUIeXAOOON A paha

Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and Tenders Job Description / Hana a me nā kuleana UAAIIeIA

Perform or tend equipment clean or to scrub products, such as for instance drums or kegs items, tin plate, ʻai, pulp cheap, ole mea pīlali, to eliminate impurities.

Ioba mākau mau hea hana
  • Work or tend machines remove and to scrub pollutants from goods such as for instance coal glass products, tin-plate materials pulp boxes articles, nike, or rubber.
  • Incorporate specified amounts at expected times of chemicals to tools to keep answer quantities and concentrations.
  • Empty, tanks or cleanse, and refill models at designated durations, using cleanup water or solutions.
  • Loiloi i, noonoo, or combine cleansing answers, using calculating tanks, calibrated rods or suck pipes.
  • Draw samples regarding lab examination, or exam answers regarding conformance to requirements, such as for instance acid or unique gravity.
  • Observe appliance operations, ka loiloi 'ana, or thermometers, and modify conditions that are specified to be maintained by controls.
  • Established controls to regulate temp and amount of rounds, and start pushes, conveyors, agitators.
  • Study and check devices to recognize malfunctions.
  • File determine numbers, processing moments, resources used, or examination results in production logs.
  • Alter and lubricate physical parts of machines, utilizing hand tools and oil guns.
  • Weight devices using materials to become refined and unload these after washing, putting them on conveyors or racks.

Ioba eyoey makahiki paha
  • Reading Comprehension-Knowledge prepared paragraphs and lines in work paperwork that are related.
  • Active Listening-To what other folks say presenting entire attention, getting time to realize the items being made, ninau'ōlelo āna i pono, and not interrupting at situations that are unacceptable.
  • Creating-On paper not as inappropriate for the wants of the crowd speaking successfully.
  • Speaking-Conversing with others to share facts successfully.
  • Makemakika-E ho ohana i ka makemakika, e koho nīnūnē.
  • Science-Applying scientific policies and methods to fix difficulties.
  • Critical Thinking-Using reason and thought to recognize the talents and weaknesses of alternate remedies, mea, ua ulu a mau aoao i ka hihia e.
  • Active Learning-Comprehending fresh information’s significance for each upcoming and existing problemsolving and decision-making.
  • Learning Methods-Selecting and applying instruction/instructional approaches and procedures befitting the problem when studying or instructing new issues.
  • Checking-CheckingANDDiscovering efficiency of yourself, hou kanaka, or corporations to make advancements or take corrective action.
  • Social Perceptiveness-Being aware of othersA reactions and comprehension why they reply because they do.
  • Dexterity-Altering actions in terms of othersI actions.
  • Marketing-Effective others to alter behaviour or their heads.
  • Settlement-Taking others collectively and wanting to reconcile differences.
  • Teaching-Training others how-to make a move.
  • Service Orientation-Positively seeking approaches to support people.
  • Advanced Problem-Solving-Distinguishing advanced problems and researching linked data to produce and evaluate options and apply answers.
  • Businesses Evaluation-Examining solution needs and needs to create a style.
  • Engineering Design-Generating or adapting equipment and engineering to serve consumer desires.
  • Tools Selection-Deciding the sort of equipment and tools had a need to perform a task.
  • Mea hoʻonoho-a hāpai hana, Ke Ana ho'ohālike, cabling, paha pūʻolo helu, e hooko pono.
  • Iaaiey-kākau kamepiula pūʻolo helu e pili ana i kekahi mau hana.
  • Operations Tracking-Seeing calls tests, or additional signs signals to be sure there is a device performing properly.
  • Functioning and Control-Controlling functions of tools or methods.
  • Equipment Maintenance-Accomplishing routine upkeep on gear and determining when and what type of upkeep is necessary.
  • Troubleshooting-Determining causes of errors that are working and choosing what direction to go about this.
  • Fixing-Mending equipment or systems using the tools that are necessary.
  • Quality Control Research-Conducting exams and assessments of products, lawelawe, 'ole' ana i kūpono i nā moʻokūʻikena maikaʻi loa paha functionality.
  • Ruling and Decisionmaking-Taking into consideration the relative costs and advantages of actions that are prospective to find the most suitable one.
  • Systems Analysis-Deciding how a technique should function and how changes in the atmosphere, kaʻina hana, as well as conditions will impact benefits.
  • Methods Analysis-Identifying procedures or symptoms of system performance along with the steps had a need to improve or proper efficiency, i pili i nā Pahuhopu o ka'ōnaehana.
  • Time-Management-Handling the moment of others and also one’s personal period.
  • Administration of Financial Resources-Identifying how income will be spent to have the work performed, a me ka bookkeeping e pili ana i kēia mau lilo.
  • Management of Substance Sources-Receiving and discovering to the ideal usage of devices, nā mea lawelawe, a me nā mea i ka pono, e hana i kekahi hana.
  • Supervision of Workers Resources-Creating, e hookuke, a kuhikuhi kanaka ana e hana, pinpointing ka loa ka hoʻokō mā no ia 'oihana.
aʻo koi Experience koi
  • Pāhana High School palapala puka (a GED a Pāhana School Equivalence palapala)
  • Ālai 'emi ma mua o ka Top School degere
  • He nui'āuna kumu aʻo
  • Over 1 mahina, mai-i a me ka hookomo pu 3 mahina
Ioba Authority Hawaiʻi elue
  • E piʻi like / Energy – 80.92%
  • Perseverance – 85.55%
  • ke kākoʻo 'ana – 88.48%
  • E kauoha aku – 73.54%
  • ke alu like – 85.56%
  • Mea no ka Others – 88.89%
  • Pili I Ka hoʻopololei – 84.58%
  • Selfcontrol – 90.02%
  • puʻe paepae – 87.92%
  • CustomizationORMobility – 80.73%
  • pono – 90.18%
  • Noonoo ana i ka Hohonu – 90.80%
  • pono – 84.45%
  • Liberty – 84.85%
  • hana mea hou i hana muaʻole – 81.12%
  • mākau noʻonoʻoloi – 88.09%

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