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Building Operator Rubber to Metal Bonding

Aliases: Rubber-to-Metal Bonding Building Operator

Industry/Sector(s): Rubber Industry


JOB DESCRIPTION 1
The tasks a Building Operator: Rubber to Metal Bonding is expected to perform include: 
  • Preparing raw materials, tools and machine for building 
  • Keeping the metal plate where rubber needs to be bonded on the working table clean  
  • Keeping adhesion chemicals and brush ready 
  • Applying thin layer of the adhesive chemical uniformly using brush 
  • Following the specified time for drying 
  • Applying the second laying of other chemical uniformly and allowing it to dry  
  • Applying the specified rubber sheet appropriately by hand/method as per company, pressing it uniformly and removing air void, if any  
  • Monitoring the pressuring properly during the building up operation 
  • Sending the ready product for the next stage of operation
  • Carrying out housekeeping, reporting, documentation, and quality checks
 
WORK ENVIRONMENT 1
  • It needs one to be on their toes
  • Need not handle a team
  • Local travelling is not a part of this job role
  • Part-time work and contractual jobs maybe available in some cities
  • Work from home option is not available
 
Working hours
  • Working hours are 10/12 hours everyday for 5/6 days a week. This may vary from factory to factory
  • Shift system maybe available
 
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

Maybe

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING 1
  • Minimum – Class X/ITI
  • Certified training for Building Operator: Rubber to Metal Bonding (programme aligned to RSC/Q1206 released by Rubber Skill Development Council)
 
KEY COMPETENCIES 1
  • Knowledge of selecting the right tool based on the component size
  • In-depth knowledge of setting the parameters for finishing the metal surface
  • Well-versed with using equipment and tools such as knives, stitcher, scale, measuring tape, etc.
  • Proficiency in maintaining and using dies
  • Well-versed with methods of proper adhesion of rubber sheer on metal
  • Knowledge of various types of defects leading to rejections and their indicators, reasons and possible solutions
 
DESIRABLE COMPETENCIES 1

Training in operation of building of component for making rubber to metal bond  

AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING AND LEARNING INSTITUTES 3
  • Rubber Training Institute, Kerala
  • Indian Rubber Institute, Kolkata
  • Hasetri, Rajasthan
 
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING SCHEMES/SCHOLARSHIPS 

http://www.vnsgu.ac.in/pg/pg/scolarship/05%20Post%20Matric%20Scholarship%20Scheme%20for%20Minority%20Communities.pdf 

SAMPLE OF TRAINING AND LEARNING COURSES 

Coming soon

CAREER PROGRESSION PATH 1
Supervisor 
    ↑
Building Operator: Rubber to Metal Bonding
   ↑
Helper
 
Transfer option
  • India: Rarely
  • Abroad: Rarely
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EXPECTED EARNINGS 

Coming soon

REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE 1

Worked as a semi-skilled helper for 3-6 months in the same role

PROBABLE EMPLOYERS 4

Rubber companies across India

KEYWORDS 1

Rubber-to-Metal Bonding Building Operator

OCCUPATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS 
Standard Code Description
NCO 2015 8141.2801 Building Operator: Rubber to Metal Bonding
ISCO 2008 8141 Rubber Products Machine Operators 
NIC 2008 22199 Manufacture of other rubber products n.e.c.
QP Reference RSC/Q1206 Building Operator –Rubber to Metal Bonding
NSQF 4 -

 

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