Centrifugal Casting Machine Operator Ii Job Description Sample
Machine Operator II
Machine Operator – Level 2
Capsa Healthcare…come join our growing team of professionals passionate about the delivery of modern healthcare.
Capsa is a market leader whose team members continuously strive to deliver reliable, cutting-edge health IT and medication management solutions to customers worldwide.
Our manufacturing locations are growing and we are seeking a talented Machine Operator to help build a positive, yet hardworking culture that meets company quality standards for our Portland, Oregon manufacturing facility.
Capsa’s Portland manufacturing facility is an ISO 9001 certified facility and works hard to maintain its quality management system standards. You will play a positive role in this initiative.
Your job will involve the following:
- Performs machine set-up and operation of equipment such as press brake, punch press, etc.
- Inspect and measure machined work pieces to verify conformance to specifications
- Provide hands-on job function training to co-workers
- Replace worn machine tools and accessories
- Maintain inventory transfer processes; responsible for company’s inventory
- Support and be compliant to ISO 9001 Quality System
- Portray a positive, team-player attitude with the ability to lead as a positive role model.
What we ask of you:
- High school or GED required
- 2+ years’ experience in production manufacturing role
- Amada sheet metal equipment experience preferred
- Blueprint reading capable– ordinate and GD&T preferred
- Ability to read and interpret Bills of Material (BOM’s) required
- Strong team work and communication skills
- Knowledge of basic measurement tools (calipers, micrometers, etc.) preferred
- Excel spreadsheet capabilities
Capsa Healthcare offers an exciting growth opportunity and provides a solid pay and benefits package which includes paid time off, medical, dental and vision insurance, as well as 401(k) with matching contributions, life, long-term and short-term disability insurance.
Starting pay for this position is between $14 – $18 per hour commensurate with work experience and skills.
How to apply: Please copy and paste the link below into a web browser, to go directly to our posting for the Machine Operator:
You can also go to our website - www.capasahealthcare.com and click on the Careers tab, then apply to the Machine Operator position.
Capsa is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/Vets/Disabled.
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.
Machine Operator II
Works as one of a group of employees in a cellular environment charged with manufacture, assembly of a particular product or products classified as “Small Fittings”. Uses Lean Manufacturing principles. 1. Working from blueprints, sketches, specifications and oral instructions, makes set-ups and operates assigned machines and tools to create products in accordance with demand.
Utilizes lifting devices and fixturing to limit physical lifting efforts. 2. Uses automated welding machines, oven, press, shotblaster, saw, parts washer, numbering machine, welding positioners, overhead cranes and assorted hand tools to produce TDW parts in accordance with blueprint specifications. 3. Produces parts from raw materials in round or flat form, finished or particlly finished components, filler wire, rod and braze material, and cutting and shielding gasses.
Fits component parts to print tolerances. Makes stringer or root passes, fillers and covers. 4. Assembles, tests and processes assigned products to drawing tolerances, working from blueprints, sketches and procedures.
When required, ensures parts/products are painted in accordance with TDW standards. 5. Maintains raw, in-process and finished goods inventory at approved levels. 6. Completes necessary forms such as job orders and tool records, standard work documents, NCR's. 7.
Performs first part inspection on all jobs and periodic inspection on jobs until completed. Conducts final inspection of all parts, products and processes, ensuring TDW and customer standards ae met. 8. Prepares finished product for movement into x-ray.
Ensures all necessary documentation is completed for shipping requirements. When appropriate ensures information is forwarded to Quality Control regarding material test reports and certificates, lab test results, heat codes, etc. 9. Maintains clean, orderly cell area ensuring that TDW HSE standards are maintained.
Performs preventative maintenance functions on equipment. Enters the cell program with the following qualifications, or gains the qualifications through on-the-job training: 1. Ability to read blueprints, sketches and specifications.
Knowledge of a variety of tools, equipment and processes as they relate to hot forming, welding, shot blasting, sawing, parts marking, assembly and painting.. Ability to perform own set-ups and work to drawing tolerances in a cellular. 2. Thorough knowledge of welding machines, torches, positioners, cranes and assorted hand tools. Qualified, or becomes qualified, by ASME Section IX, postion as required. 3.
Knowledge of shop mathematical computations, charts, tables, standard data and equipment manuals. 4. Familiarity with TDW order entry, material flow, BOM, Inventory and Shipping systems. 5. May be required to lift medium to heavy weight products, to be performed in accordance with TDW safety regulations.
Posting Title: Machine Operator II Position ID: Position-16220 External Company Name:
T. D. Williamson, Inc. External Company URL: http://www.tdwilliamson.com/en/
Machine Operator II 3Rd Shift
Manufacturing Facility Job Description I. Position Data JOB CODE TITLE Bindery Operator DATE 8/28/15 DIVISION Jeffersonville, IN DEPARTMENT Manufacturing SUPERVISOR Manufacturing Supervisor FLSA: Non-Exempt Mfg I
General Summary Operates various machines and equipment used in binding documents (statements, invoices, books, etc.) as well as hand assembles related printed materials by performing the following duties.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Operates equipment such as punches, round corner, collator, foliotronic, and other bindery equipment to punch holes, fasten sheets together, or to perform other document binding functions such as collating, trimming, folding, stapling, and gluing operations.
Examines collated, bound, and unbound documents to ensure that pages are bound in numerical or folio order according to sample copy, and for such defects as imperfect bindings, ink spots, torn, loose, and uneven pages, and loose or uncut threads.
Performs various hand operations such as; inserting illustrated pages, extra sheets, and collated sets into kits, catalogs, periodicals, etc. as well as inserts sheets and applies labels to various products.
Wraps product in plastic, using shrink wrapping machine, packs products in boxes, and tapes lids of boxes shut appropriately for proper shipping.
Removes, stacks, packs, and transports printed materials in various stages of completion on pallets as it accumulates on delivery tables of specific equipment.
Maintain attendance according to facility guidelines as well as be able to work constructively with co-workers, supervisors, vendors, etc. in performing daily responsibilities.
This position has no supervisory responsibilities. V. Minimum Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. VI. Education and/or Experience
High School Diploma or equivalent is necessary. No other formal education or prior experience is needed. VII. Language Skills
Ability to read, interpret, and decipher general written instructions from documents such as work orders, safety regulations, operating procedures, or other job specific written documents. Ability to speak and communicate effectively with fellow employees. VIII. Mathematical Skills
Ability to perform basic mathematical functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimal. Ability to read and utilize a ruler.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form
Physical Abilities Required
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Regularly required to stand and use hands to handle or feel various objects.
Frequently required to walk, reach with hands and arms, and climb or balance.
Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Machine Operator II
MACHINE OPERATOR II Job Locations US-PA-Hatfield Requisition ID 2017-10193 of Openings Remaining 1 Employment Status Regular Full-Time Shift 1st Shift OVERVIEW Build your career. Challenge the process.
Collaborate & Engage. Build your career with Clemens Food Group and be a part of an exciting, collaborative, team environment. At Clemens Food Group, we want you to constructively challenge and have your ideas heard.
We are looking for diverse individuals who push the limits and think outside the box Clemens Food Group realizes that our team members are the key to our success. Come be a part of our team and see your ideas in action RESPONSIBILITIES The Machine Operator II position is responsible for the safe operation of production machinery to ensure continued and efficient production runs. Incumbents of the Machine Operator II position must be certified in lock out / tag out procedures and must possess some mechanical aptitude and problem solving skills.
Machine Operator II incumbents are responsible for routine machine maintenance such as changing blades, set up, cleaning and take down of equipment. Examples of jobs within this position category include, but are not limited to; Ham Skinner, Box Machine, Cryovac, Dixie Machine, Peeler, Slicer Operator, V-Mag, Slurry Operator, Stuffer and T-Sizer. QUALIFICATIONS
Must be able to read, comprehend and enter data in English.
Able to lift 30 Lbs. consistently in a motion. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here - http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
Machine Operator II - 1St Shift
Thermo Fisher Scientific Career Fair Tuesday, October 17th, 3 – 6pm 275 Aiken Road , Asheville, NC Please visit us at our upcoming Career Fair. Hiring Managers will be onsite to talk with you! Be sure to bring a copy of your resume with you to the Career Fair. When you are part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you will do important work, and you will be valued and recognized for your performance. With talented managers and inspiring coworkers to support you, you will find the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
Position Summary : Will spend 50% of time as a material handler, putting items into supermarket. Delivering parts to the line. Enters inventory transactions into BaaN ERP system, understands the impact of the various transactions on inventory accuracy. Maintains the fabrication finished parts market, pulls parts to be delivered and stocks the shelves with new inventory. Runs reports and creates charts for the fabrication cells. up Helps department meet production needs by running various types of fabrication machines (spot welder, timesaver, press brake, turret, stud press, etc) or other duties as required by Supervisor
Job Duties and
At work on time every day and in your work area when scheduled. Works overtime and weekends when needed to accomplish production goals.
Coordinates record keeping by maintain related documents, logs, and files for the department.
Performs pay point transactions in BaaN.
Accurately processes parts orders, maintains transactions and troubleshoots problem transactions to insure inventory accuracy.
Opens fabrication production orders.
Creates press shop order packets.
Closes press shop orders, in Press Tracking and in Baan.
Reorders raw materials and finished parts using the Kanban inventory system. Maintains Supermarket racks and inventory accuracy using the correct part numbers and bin locations.
Maintains steel bay inventory and orders steel for press shop consumption.
Makes accurate inventory transfers between departments.
Pulls parts from market shelves, loads tugger carts and processes Kanban cards.
Moves parts, components, finished goods manually or with work aids including hand jacks, hoists or fork trucks (once certified.)
Performs other duties, provides support and coverage on all operations in fabrication. Cross training and flexibility required.
References work instructions and reviews print specifications to determine proper materials and set-up to accomplish production requirements.
Reads and interprets specifications and drawings.
Visually inspects assembly for quality standards.
Verifies dimensions and makes adjustments as needed to ensure proper fit and specified tolerances are maintained.
Advises supervisor of quality problems and the status of jobs. Works with production personnel, other operators, Supervisor and/or the engineering staff to troubleshoot problems.
Properly tracks and disposes of scrap and completes non-conforming tickets. Directly responsible for all scrap/rework that is created by his/her cell.
Verifies and completes job routing by signing router sheet, submitting orders to be closed and parts to be posted to inventory.
Uses a wide range of small hand tools such as hammer, wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, sockets, Allen wrenches, etc.
Trains and mentors new employees or transitioning workers in the area.
Receives verbal instructions, reads production board or confers with Supervisor or Coordinators for instructions and priorities.
Maintains clean and organized work area that supports co-workers as well as safety, efficiency, quality and customer demands.
Communicates effectively within cell or with other departments to relay key information. Open to and asks for suggestions and opinions of others regarding production issues and goals.
Performs all job duties within ISO standards
Performs all duties using required safety procedures and equipment according to company policies and practices.
Performs all job duties consistent with the Code of Ethics and the 4-I Values, serves as a role model in the workplace.
Fully engaged, initiates activities that support department and team goals, suggests improvements in work methods and is actively involved with all of the team activities within the department.
Participates on teams using Microsoft software for data analysis or presentations. Utilizes computer systems to check e-mail, complete on line training and complete PMDs.
Supports Continuous Improvement PPI, and Lean manufacturing initiatives. Minimum Requirements/
Education – Minimum of a high school diploma or GED
Experience - 6 - 12 months data entry, inventory control and/or metal fabrication is preferred.
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, experience with Baan is a plus. The ability to troubleshoot inventory transactions and make corrections with previous experience in metal fabrication and lean manufacturing environments preferred.
Frequent and continuous light to moderate lifting, repetitive handling and maneuvering of awkward metal pieces is required. Walking, reaching, bending, and good eye, hand, foot coordination is all necessary. Occasional lifting of heavy dies is required.
Exposed to possible severe hazards, multiple pinch points and general safety issues associates with sheet metal fabrication. Works in hot, cold, dusty, elevated and noisy area. At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 55,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. This position has not been approved for relocation assistance. Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Machine Operator II
Amcor Rigid Plastics
Machine Operator II
Blow Mold and Injection
Amcor is the world's largest publicly traded packaging company; a market and innovation leader adding value to the worlds most recognizable brands.
- Headquartered in Melbourne Australia Amcor is a global leader in responsible global packaging solutions supplying a broad range of rigid & flexible packaging products into the food, beverage, healthcare, home and personal care and tobacco packaging industries.
- As the world's largest packaging company, Amcor offers exclusive and innovative solutions that are at the forefront of the packaging industry.
- Today, Amcor has more than 27,000 co-workers working together across more then 180 sites in over 40 countries.
- We are: Global, Customer-driven, Innovative, Responsible and Talented.
- Visit www.Amcor.com to learn more.
• Essential Duties and
• Responsible for working and operating in a safe manner consistent with company safety procedures
• Perform process adjustments to achieve desired container attributes
• Demonstrate ability to complete a mold change and Set up processes
• Demonstrate the ability to work on a pm.
• Perform all required tests and checks on preforms and containers
• Understand start up and shut down procedures necessary to minimize downtime and equipment wear and tear
• Properly complete all shift paperwork
• Keep work areas neat, clean and in an orderly manner consistent with company housekeeping policies
• Willingly and analytically, troubleshoot and improve daily operations through ownership.
• Scrap and sort aborted preforms and bottles
• Assist in training new employees.
• Perform other duties assigned by lead and / or shift supervisor
• High School Diploma or Equivalent
• PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations must be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, or walk and is frequently required to reach with hands and arms, stoop and kneel, and climb stairs. The employee is regularly required to communicate with other employees and be aware of sounds in the plant. Employee is required to be awake and alert during all work hours. The employee must also occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Machine Operator II - 2Nd Shift
Machine Operator II
Alamo Industrial® is one of the world's largest manufacturers of tractor-mounted mowers, brush-cutters, and land-clearing equipment that is looking for a Machine Operator II. JOB SUMMARY: Sets up and operates machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, boring machines, and grinders to machine metal work pieces according to specifications, tooling instructions and standard charts applying knowledge of machining methods. Sets up and operates conventional or CNC equipment and offsets. Lays out metal stock or work pieces such as plates, angles, etc. to indicate location, dimension and tolerance necessary for further processing such as shearing, burning and /or punching. Also analyzes specifications and computes dimensions according to knowledge of product, subsequent processing, shop mathematics and layout procedures. Processes work orders and determines when to change out consumables. Performs operations on work pieces using assigned machine(s). ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: * Reads blueprints, study drawings, sketches, or job orders for product specifications such as dimensions and tolerances and tooling instructions such as fixtures, feed rates, cutting speeds, depth of cut, and determines sequence of operations, and plans layouts.
Selects, positions and secures tool in tool holder (chuck, collet, tool post, etc). Positions and secures work pieces in holding device, machine table, chuck, centers or fixtures, using clamps or wrenches.
Operates machines such as shears, cut off saws (vertical and horizontal), brakes, punch presses and form roll to cut and shape components to specified dimension.
Operates controls to position tool and work piece in relation to each other and sets specified feeds, speeds and depth of cut; examines work pieces and verifies such requirements as dimensions and proper square measurements, using rule, square and straight edge.
Sets up fixture or feeding device, starts machine and turns hand wheel to feed tool or work piece or vice versa, and engages feed.
Observes operation of machine and verifies conformance of machine work piece to specifications using measuring instruments.
Multi-machining, editing and simple programming required in some areas (CNC machines).
Some machine maintenance required.
Trains other employees in set up and operation of machines.
Lifts and positions work pieces in the machine manually or with a hoist.
Verifies position with measuring instruments and determines reference points and computes layout dimension.
Completes all necessary documentation accurately.
Understands machines and tooling. Monitors tool condition writes up maintenance request for timely repairs on general tool maintenance. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: * Ability to use fixed gauges, calipers and micro meters.
Good shop math skills: practical application of fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions.
Knowledge and ability to set and program various machine shop machines.
Ability to read safety rules; instructions in the use of maintenance of shop tools and equipment; methods and procedures in mechanical drawings and layout work. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: * High school diploma or GED required.
Three years of experience in operation of shop machines. WORKING CONDITIONS: * Ability to lift, push or pull up to 35 pounds alone and greater than 35 pounds with assistance.
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time (up to 8+ hours) as required by tasks being completed.
Ability to wear appropriate PPE, including hearing/eye protection, gloves and safety shoes.
Must be able to work overtime as needed to complete job assignments.
Ability to work in a non-climate controlled manufacturing plant environment.
Must be able to work in confined spaces.
Must be able to tolerate heights.
Frequent walking, bending, stooping, reaching and climbing as required by tasks being completed. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Machine Operator II
Machine Operator II The Machine Operator II operates assigned stations and all other associated work including preventative maintenance, machine changeovers, making minor adjustments to maintain greatest operational efficiency, assist other mechanics, etc. Join the team at Dr Pepper Snapple Group and make a difference by pursuing everything that you do with the determination that sets us apart from our competitors. Driving for results leads to recognition and personal growth within the company, helping us to achieve our goal to “Be the Best Beverage Business in the
Americas”. The success that comes from within each of us is recognized, and creates opportunities for your growth in the organization. *Shift and Schedule
This is a full time permanent position working on 1st shift. Position Responsibilities 1.
Operate and monitor high speed bottling, labeling and packaging equipment as assigned. 2. Ensuring the correct product and amount goes into each bottle. 3. Replenish production materials and utilize material handling equipment as needed. 4.
Handle empty cases and solve other line issues. 5. Assist maintenance staff while setting up machinery and performing preventative maintenance and mechanical repairs. 6. Train other operators on use of machinery. 7.
Monitor line for defective materials and perform best practice quality checks on line and equipment as well as any other related work in accordance with line quality. 8. Record all data as required (i.e. charts, necessary process adjustments based on data findings, etc.). 9. Clean and sanitize all equipment and facility as required. 10.
Clearly communicate any potential problems or issues. Total Rewards We take great pride in offering our people benefits that are competitive. We appreciate hard work, innovative ideas and unending passion, which is why we provide a comprehensive set of benefits and options designed to fit the unique lifestyles of our employees from day one based on eligibility requirements. Qualifications
High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) * 3 years prior experience with operation of high-speed production machinery and monitoring of product quality
Lift, push and pull a minimum of 50lbs repeatedly Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (NYSE: DPS) is one of North America’s leading refreshment beverage companies, manufacturing, bottling and distributing more than 50 brands of carbonated soft drinks, juices, teas, mixers, waters and other premium beverages.
With a brand heritage spanning more than 200 years, the DPS portfolio includes some of the most recognized beverages in the Americas. More than 75 percent of the company’s overall volume is from brands that are either #1 or #2 in their flavor categories. In addition to its flagship Dr Pepper and Snapple brands, the DPS portfolio includes 7UP, Mott’s, A&W, Sunkist soda, Hawaiian Punch, Canada Dry, Schweppes, RC Cola, Diet Rite, Squirt, Peñafiel, Yoo-hoo, Rose’s, Clamato, Mr & Mrs T and other well-known consumer favorites.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. Dr Pepper Snapple Group recruits qualified applicants and advances in employment its employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, ethnic or national origin, marital status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/ Females/ Protected Veterans/ Disabled
Title:Machine Operator II
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