Bobbin Cleaning Machine Operator Job Description Sample
Equipment Operator And Lot Porter Cleaning
Our Inland Empire Street cleaning company is hiring a lot porter and equipment operator. Our company is over 25 years old and established in the community. We are seeking a hardworking, reliable person to join our operation.
The successful candidate will report directly to the Lead Operator. This is a long term position. Our schedule varies but is usually 6AM-2PM Monday through Friday. This is a 24-hour business, so some night work and weekend work may be required. This is a labor type job requiring outdoor work 12-months a year, in all weather conditions.
Salary is dependent upon experience, ranging from $12-17 per hour. Benefits include 401K plan, and paid vacation.
This position has the following requirements:
· A valid Class C California Drivers License
· A clean 10-year driving record. No alcohol related convictions within the past 10-years.
· Must be able to read, write and understand English.
· Must be able to follow written and oral directions
· Must be able to lift 50-lbs
· Must be at least 23-years old
· Must pass insurance check, pre-employment physical, drug test, and background check.
· Must be able to climb in and out of vehicles up to 100 times per day
· Must possess general mechanical knowledge. Our equipment has many moving parts and may require adjustment in the field.
Applicants should provide a resume with a brief work history and include salary history. Also provide a current (less than 60-days old) DMV 10-year print out, DMV Form H6.
Applications may be completed in person Monday thru Wednesday 9:00AM to 1:00PM Only
1884 Woodlawn Street, Upland, CA 91786
CDL Driver Class B - Cleaning Truck Operator
The Cleaning Truck Operator position works as lead with a sewer cleaning team. The successful candidate will operate the cleaning truck within sewer systems and will assist with set-up of specialized equipment associated with the cleaning, inspection or maintenance of storm water and sanitary sewer collection systems. Duties involve the collection of data and working in and around sanitary and storm sewers and work is often physically demanding and sometimes hazardous conditions exist.
All candidates must possess a CDL Class B (with tanker endorsement) Ohio driver license, and a high school diploma. A minimum of two years of experience operating a cleaning truck used for sewer systems cleaning, inspection, and/or maintenance is preferred. Training may be considered and/or available for a CDL Class B holder. Hourly rate will be determined by experience and will range from $16.00 to $20.00 hour
Key competencies include: Punctuality, dependability, and hold the highest integrity. A team oriented individual will succeed in this collaborative organization and will work as a member of a small team. Must be able to follow verbal or written directions. Ability to be thorough, read and interpret sewer system maps and plans, accurately read and record data. Candidate must recognize and react quickly and appropriately to unusual or threatening conditions in work environment.
Must be able to utilize small hand tools and power tools, such as a hammer drill. Use of electronic office equipment, bending and twisting and manual dexterity to enter confined spaces and to exit quickly in the event of an emergency. Must be able to lift 100 lbs. and carry equipment up and down 6-10 feel via a manhole.
Must be able to work out of town overnight during the workweek and work long hours during the workday. Typically back home for weekends. Must have a superb driving record.
EMH&T is a multi-disciplined consulting firm offering the full-spectrum of civil engineering, surveying, planning, and environmental management services from project inception to completion since 1926. Our more than 300 employees have been dedicated to a genuine partnership with our clients, a passion for our work, and a commitment to value engineering and cost effective solutions. EMH&T is licensed in 23 states across the Midwest and Southeast. In addition to its office in Columbus, Ohio, EMH&T maintains offices in Charlotte, North Carolina; and Indianapolis, Indiana. Through the collaborative, innovative, and quality people that comprise EMH&T, the legacy of delivered value to clients continues.
EMH&T offers a generous benefit package to all full-time employees that includes medical, dental, vision, pharmacy, accrued paid time off, paid sick time, 401(k) with match, company paid life, long-term disability, short term disability and AD&D insurance, and wellness program. Annually, based on yearend business results, an employee’s eligibility for a merit increase and/or bonus is reviewed taking into account the individual’s performance and contributions. To learn more about worklife at EMH&T go to http://www.emht.com/careers
EMH&T is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Industrial Cleaning Operator
Industrial Cleaning Operator
Reports to the job crewleader and is responsible to follow directions and adhering to all company policies. Will be performing various cleaning duties such as vacuuming and hydroblasting (similar to pressure washing) at our customers locations. Will drive and operate vacuum trucks and hydroblasters.
Applicants will need to:
· Be on time and prepared for work
· Be drug free and subject to random testing
· Be a citizen or legal resident.
· Have a current class B CDL driver’s license in good standing
· Pass background check and have no felonies
· Work at heights (in man-lifts and on scaffolding)
· Work in confined spaces (tanks, boilers, pits)
· Work in noisy, wet, dusty, hot, cold and chemical environments
· Work outside and or inside
· Be able to lift 80 lbs
· Be able to use respiratory protection (must pass pulmonary function testing)
· Be able to drive manual transmission
· Be able to drive 44,000 lb. GVW straight truck
· Be available to work overtime as needed
· Be available to work out of town and stay overnight as needed
· Be available to work nights, weekends and holidays as needed
Machine Operator / Production Operator
Now hiring 1st and 2nd shift at $11 hr to start
The Company offers a competitive hourly wage and comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, 401k), 10 paid holidays, paid vacation and personal days. Manufacture of silicone-based sealants, adhesives and lubrication products, plus PVC foam materials, for a wide range of applications.. Currently, we are experiencing growth in our PVC Foam and Silicone Sealants and Adhesives divisions. Openings exist for experienced talent for 1st and 2nd shift production opportunities.
- Experienced Mixers (5+ years’ experience)
- Machine Operators
- Packaging Operators
- Quality Control Technician (5+ years ‘experience)
- Set up machines (calibration, cleaning etc.) to start a production cycle
- Control and adjust machine settings (e.g. speed)
- Feed raw material or parts to semi-automated machines
- Inspect parts with precision and measuring tools
- Test operation of machines periodically
- Fix issues that might occur during the shift
- Check output to spot any machine-related mistakes or flaws
- Keep records of approved and defective units or final products
- Maintain activity logs
- Proven experience as a machine operator
- Working knowledge of diverse high-speed machinery and measurement tools (caliper, micrometer etc.)
- Understanding of production procedures
- Adherence to health and safety regulations (e.g. constant use of protective gear)
- Ability to read blueprints, schematics and manuals
- Analytical skills
- Attention to detail
- Teamwork and communication skills
- Physical stamina and strength 15 lbs to 40 lbs lifting
- High school diploma or equivalent; technical degree is a plus
Interview Today/Hired Today - Machine Operator - Clean Room
Imagine working on state-of-the-art machines that can produce thousands of chips no bigger than the tip of a pencil. Do you like working with industry leading technology in a fast paced environment? Then WE WANT YOU!
SHIFTS AVAILABLE -
- 6:30am-6:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and every other Thursday!
- 6:30am-6:30pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every other Thursday!
The Machine Operator:
• Follows SOPs to construct hard drive disc chips in a clean room environment.
• Operates a variety of automatic or semi-automatic machines used in the hard drive build process.
• Learns and applies different areas of the wafer manufacturing process to support cross training and helping out your teammates.
This is a temp-to-hire opportunity with lots of room for advancement and to grow your career.
• -HS Diploma or GED
• -1- 2 years manufacturing experience
• -Reliable work history, stellar work ethic, and a great attendance record
• -Clean room experience preferred, but not required
• -Candidate must consent to a criminal background check.
Randstad North America is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Randstad Holding NV, a 20.7 billion global provider of HR services. Through its unique approach of delivering HR innovation with human interaction at the center, Randstad secures and manages a workforce of more than 100,000 people for thousands of clients each week. As a trusted partner in the post-digital world of talent, Randstad advances the careers and business success of our candidates and clients through a combination of the best of high-tech and high-touch processes.
Multi-Grain Cleaning Line Operator
Who We Are: InHarvest is the premier U.S. producer and procurer of some of the world’s most distinctive grains, beans and legumes for foodservice. Our company provides chefs and operators with meaningful menu solutions featuring heirloom, exotic varieties as well as distinctive blends. Our quality, uniqueness and purity of product is a standard within the industry, something about which we are extremely proud! Looking for a place to make a difference? Strong players who can lead with strength & moxy should apply. We are a hardworking and close-knit team that tackles challenges head on. There will never be a dull moment! If you have the personality to jump in and contribute with ambition, the dynamics of our team may be just the opportunity you've been looking for!
The Multi-Grain Cleaning Line Operator for the Processing Department will work under the direction of the Production Shift Lead. The Multi-Grain Cleaning Line Operator will be responsible for the re-cleaning of incoming raw ingredients, wild rice, and scarifying for production runs. Any safety concerns and/or production improvements will be presented to the Production Supervisor. As a member of the InHarvest team, the ability to foster an environment of accountability, excellence, collaboration and innovation is required. The Multi-Grain Cleaning Line Operator will partner with his or her peers or achieve the goals of the company while honoring the core values of InHarvest. These core values include:
Embrace and drive continuous improvement
Pursue growth and learning
Honor our commitments
Create honest relationships
Build a positive team Duties and
Perform all work following InHarvest safety rules, must report all incidents, near misses, hits, and accidents to supervisor or HR person immediately. Report accidents, near misses, or hits using the Incident Report Form located by the employee time clock
Fill out Work Order with correct dates, lot codes, quantity of product consumed, quantity of product produced, summary of production, down time, and set up time.
Make sure all lot codes match on Tote Tags, Work Order, Bagout sheet, CCPs, sample bags, and pallet sheets.
Make sure proper weight is recorded on tote tags, bagout sheet, and sample bags. Summarize production after completion and reconcile consumed and produced product.
Run product in the line following HACCP procedures, complete CCP records in a timely manner, turned in completed CCP paperwork at the end of the shift to production supervisor for review. Any deviation of the line must be reported immediately to the Production Supervisor or Quality Assurance personnel.
Perform preoperational checks before the start of line, adjust equipment according to manufacturing recommendations, and perform line inspections during operation to ensure maximum performance operation of the equipment with minimum waste.
Clean all equipment in the line or area when changing products in the line following the Written Cleaning Procedures for the specific line, fill out Master Sanitation Form once cleaning has been complete, obtain the signature of the supervisor or Quality Assurance person prior to putting product in the line. When cleaning a gluten product it is necessary to verify the cleaning by swabbing the line for gluten, the operator must notify the QA department when the line is ready to be swab.
Drive forklift to bring and take away product from the line and to the storage warehouse, properly setting single and double stacked totes to prevent bags from falling to the floor. Report and correct any forklift damage to totes immediately using the Incident Report From.
Ensure work is performed based on daily/weekly/monthly/annually work schedules within your department. Processing is a 24/7 activity during the harvest season.
Respond in an appropriate manner to any quality issues which may be brought up by mill supervisor or quality assurance personnel.
Know and understand all processing equipment from receiving, and mini mill #2.
Must make sure different checks on the line are performed according to InHarvest programs, pull samples from line, take samples to lab for analysis, know the warehouse locations, properly sample finished totes and any other activities related to operating mini mill line #1.
Correct any quality issues which come up as soon as possible and in a way to minimize product loss.
Isolate any product which will not meet InHarvest quality or food safety. Notify mill supervisor and quality assurance department of any such problem and record on paperwork
Keep all product going through the cleaning system within process parameters for hydrations, width and length grading, maintain grades separate without any mixing of grades, bag out each grade with appropriate inventory number with correct label information.
Following GMP’s, keep your area clean at all times, tools picked up.
Perform all work in accordance with company standards and established safety procedures.
Demonstrates positive and a can-do attitude, confidence, endurance and constructively handle conflicts.
Must be available off-schedule at times, available to work overtime, and work well with the schedule demands of a seasonal food processing facility.
Other duties as assigned.
This position requires a person experienced and/or ability in the following:
Experience in food manufacturing.
Good communication skills relating to employees
Basic reading, writing, and math skills.
Knowledge of the manufacturing processes, procedures, and machinery.
Have knowledge to perform basic maintenance of mill equipment. i.e. replace drive belts, spice conveyor belts, change bearings, and change electric motors.
Must perform all other duties which are associated with mill work.
Forklift experience and safely operate forklift.
Knowledge of HACCP, GMP’, Allergen Control Program, Food Plant Security, Glass and Hard Plastic, Quality related policies, and Safety programs..
Dependable and flexible to rotate shifts work overtime.
Disciplined work style towards tasks; a flexible style towards people
Can follow instructions or lead others. Benefits Our competitive package is offered as part of the direct hire opportunity with InHarvest. We are happy to offer:
Competitive Rate + (9) Paid Holidays
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Health Savings Account + 401k with Company Match + ...and more! Our hiring model is designed in such a way to ensure WE are the best fit for you - as well as giving you the opportunity to determine if InHarvest is the right fit for YOU! At our option we may offer a 2-3 week trial for the position. Our goal is to set you up for success in your new role, and we do that by transparency of expectations and regular communication. If that sounds like a challenge you are up for... we look forward to seeing your resume!
Machine Operator - Finish Blade Operator
Albuquerque Asphalt is accepting applications for a Finish Blade Operator
Must be capable of finishing subgrade & base course for parking lots, roadways, and highways.
Minimum 2 years experience is required.
Hourly Rate D.O.E
Machine Operator / CNC Mill And Lathe Operator
1. CNC MILL AND LATHE OPERATOR
Responsible for operating machine tools to produce precision metal parts. Produces small batches or large quantities of metal parts. Ensure products meet precise specifications.Primary responsibilities
- Operate machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders to produce metal parts.
- Review electronic or written blueprints or specifications for a job.
- Calculate where to cut or bore.
- Shape steel, aluminum, titanium, plastic, silicon and other materials.
- Determine how fast or slow workpiece is fed into machine.
- Determine how much material to remove.
- Select tools and materials for the job.
- Plan the sequence of cutting and finishing operations.
- Mark the workpiece to show where cuts should be made.
- Position workpiece on the drill press, lathe, or milling machine.
- Monitor and control feed rate and speed.
- Ensure workpiece is properly lubricated and/or cooled.
- Regulate temperature of workpiece.
- Detect problems by listening for specific sounds.
- Adjust cutting speed to compensate for harmonic vibrations.
- Monitor the accuracy of cuts.
- Replace dull cutting tools.
- Check accuracy of work against blueprints and specifications.
- Produce large quantities of parts.
- Determine how automated equipment will cut a part.
- Determine cutting path.
- Concert path, speed, and feed information into set of instructions for machine tool.
- Use manual and computer-controlled machinery.
- Write basic programs.
- Modify programs in response to problems.
Positions available to start immediately.
Apply in person:
5415 N 5th St Philadelphia PA 19120
If interested and meet qualifications CALL OUR RECRUITERS AT 215-224-9700 for more information.
Type: Full-timeJob Type:
Salary: $16.00 to $20.00 /hour
2. MACHINE OPERATOR
On Site Personnel, LLC is seeking for experienced CNC machine operator to work with our gear manufacturing client located near Ivyland, PA
Pay: $12/hr. Hours Mon- Fri. 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Overtime is available
Responsible for operating CNC machine
Deburring parts with grinding wheel
Light assembly and packaging.
2 years of experience working in warehouse environment and operate machine.
Operating CNC experience is a plus
Mechanically inclined and good problem solving ability.
Good Math skills.
Attention to detail and fast learner
High school diploma
Apply in person:
5415 N 5th St Philadelphia PA 19120
If interested and meet qualifications CALL OUR RECRUITERS AT 215-224-9700 for more information.
Salary: $12.00 /hour
At Onsite Personnel, we consistently deliver quality, cost-effective staffing services with a comprehensive screening and training system to provide highly qualified workers for your business. Onsite Personnel takes pride in going the extra step to assure satisfaction of our customers. Our ever-growing client base is a testament to our dedication and hard work.
Concrete Pump Operator / Machine Operator
• Recommend measures to improve productivity/quality
• Requisition materials and supplies
• Resolve work problems
• Set up, loads and unloads machines and equipment
• Train staff in safety consciousness, and policies
• Maintains tools and equipment associated with concrete pumps mounted on trucks, platforms, or separate placing booms
• Experience as a construction worker an asset
• Good communication skills
• Great leadership ability
• Solves problems effectively
• Well organized
$16 - $20 /HR
Since 1975, Central Broward Construction is a full service commercial masonry contractor. CBC works in Dade, Broward, and West Palm Beach counties. CBC owns and operates all of our equipment. We are in need of a dedicated mechanic to keep all equipment SAFE and Fully Functional.
Machine Operator II
CNC machines are machines that are controlled by Computer Numerical Control. They can perform a wide variety of operations derived from the specific commands that are given in their programs.
The Machine Operator II is responsible for selecting the appropriate program setting to run parts on the automated machine. They are to load and unload the proper material based of the program they are running according to repetitive standard operating procedures. After the parts have been machined the machine operator must perform different quality checks before sending the parts down the production line. The operator is responsible for basic daily upkeep and maintenance of machinery and tooling. When necessary, the operator will assist maintenance in troubleshooting and in performing more extensive maintenance procedures. If there are any problems with programming, tooling, fixtures, or quality of work in process, the operator must immediately inform the Production Supervisor. The Machine Operator II is responsible for consistently reaching full machine capacity and efficiency. The key factor in accomplishing full machine capacity and efficiency is to reduce the amount of time the machine is idle and to keep the machine continuously running as much as possible during shift. Ways to accomplish this may include: providing suggestions on better utilization of the machine during breaks, lunches and meetings, providing feedback on machine performance and utilization, and providing suggestions about programming. If the machine is ever idle it is the operator’s top priority to get the machine to process parts again as quickly as possible. While the Production Supervisor is ultimately responsible for training, the Machine Operator II may be asked to help train or orient other operators by maintenance.
The Machine Operator II is not authorized to ever write, modify, edit, or delete any programs unless he/she has received the necessary trainings and express authorization from the Engineering Manager and Director of Operations. Otherwise, the operator is only responsible for selecting the appropriate program and variable settings to run parts on the automated machine according to repetitive standard operating procedures.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Safety: All employees are to properly use all required person protective equipment, follow all
safety guidelines and instructions and work to maintain and improve a safe work environment.
Quality: Perform consistent visual inspection of all parts for defects or problems. The Machine Operator II will need to be able to understand the difference between a good and bad part and what makes them. The Machine Operator II should be seeking out ways for continually improve quality processes while being able to pass monthly standard operating procedure audits.
Productivity: Production is ran based off of time standards, The Machine Operator II will be expected to hit and maintain these time standards while giving appropriate time and focus to tasks according to priority and demand. The Machine Operator should follow all standard operating procedures and correctly record and report daily and weekly tasks.
Kanban: The production floor runs off the Kanban system. The Machine Operator II must understand the Kanban system. Produce the right parts, in the right quantity, at the right time. Give appropriate time and focus to tasks according to priority and demands. Also must be able to pass Kanban audits
Cleanliness: A clean work place is a safe work place all employees are to complete of a daily cleaning assignment, maintain a clean and well organized work station with tools cleaned and out in designated are at the end of every shift and be able to pass month 5S and cleaning audits.
Attendance: All employees are to arrive on time for regular shift (6:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Thursday) They are expected to stay on task and at work station during the entire shift, arrive to meetings on time and returning from breaks and lunch at appointed time.
- Complete tasks as assigned by Production Supervisor
- Remove burs, sharp edges, mill scale, weld splatter, grease and any other dirt or grime from parts
- Rework welds or parts with quality issues – do not pass bad parts to the next work station
- Measure parts and compare to established tolerance ranges (when applicable)
- Prepare and setup all parts for fabrication in automated machinery
o The saw operator is responsible for operating the overhead crane and bringing in raw material
o The saw operator is responsible for running the manual saw
o Bundle preparation at the saws requires some basic MIG welding
o The operator may need to use a forklift (training will be provided)
- Transport completed parts to next work station
o The operator may need to use a forklift (training will be provided)
- Perform tool changeover and fixture setup
- Avoiding any operator machine down time
- CNC machines are running during break
- Productivity numbers must be above 90%
- Two-Tier Training Compliant
- Passing Scores 5s, Kanban, & SOP audits
- Ability to run several machines
Machine and Equipment to be used:
- Doosan Vertical Milling Center (VMC)
- Haas EC400
- Haas VF2
- Hyd-Mech Automatic Saws
o Hyd-Mech Manual Saw
o Overhead crane (where applicable)
- Forklift (if applicable)
- Belt sanders
- Pallet jack
- Variety of hand tools and measuring devices
Typical Physical Demands: Requires standing for the majority of a 10-hour shift, also requires bending, or placing items in bins May require lifting over 50 lbs. requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard manufacturing machines. This position requires normal range of hearing and vision.
Typical Mental Demands: Ability to give and receive instructions and formulate work plans. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them. Must have the ability to pay attention to detail.
Anticipated Work Hours: 10 hours is considered a normal workday. Expected to arrive on time every day. The job sometimes requires variable work hours including, early morning, evening, weekend, or on-call hours.
- The noise level is generally loud
- Requires wearing safety glasses, steel toe boots, and ear protection
- Most jobs get hands and clothes dirty or greasy
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to stand; sit; or use hands and fingers to, handle, write, or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, and talk or hear. Vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. The employee may be exposed to outside weather conditions and including extreme cold and extreme heat. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
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