Our client in Kent is seeking a Machine Operator. 1st shift 7:00 am-3:30pm and 2nd shift 3:00pm-11:00pm, half-hour lunch.
Pay rate would be $16/hr based on skills.
1. Understand the conditions of employment and expectations given to you by the Director of Human Resources during your initial Probation Period.
2. Be fully trained on all aspects of Safety/PPE during and after your initial Safety Training and adhere to them at all times, including location of MSDS reference books. Be aware of necessary Safety Logs and how/when they are to be updated at all required machines.
3. Follow all company rules per the Employee Manual, given to you by HR, Supervisor and Management during and after New Employee Orientation.
4. Be always willing to accept change and challenges at all times. Work well with others around you to build a teamwork atmosphere,
5. Learn from and understand appropriate Training Videos, i.e. Good Manufacturing, etc.
6. Learn safe operation and maintenance of all hand tools necessary to do the job.
7. Keep machine area clean and organized (tools/bolts, etc.) and free of obstructions at all times.
8. Ensure your work area is ready for a smooth transition for the shift before or after you so that there is no loss of production and time locating tools and materials.
9. Strive to learn machine and parts processes and procedures, as indicated in Operator Trainee Duties below. Work with the assistance of Supervisors, other designated Lead Operator employees, taking notes and using our computer system to access the Company Body of Knowledge (BOK) as a resource. Show the ability to learn more than your current job and the Trainee level. Complete Walk-Behind Training.
10. Learn and understand appropriate paperwork associated with production reporting.
1. Fully understand the care of molds/implications of damage, etc.
2. Fully understand and apply the correct weighing of charge powder/scale knowledge.
3. Fully understand the use of Temperature Guns.
4. Understand the care and cleaning of Parting Lines, bolts, receivers and clamps.
5. Learn how to apply mold release graphics and inserts.
6. Learn the proper removing and handling of all parts.
7. Learn Vent Tube length and use/Batting Applications.
8. Learn how to fully identify warp, contamination, color, weight and cleanliness.
9. Learn how to select and use the proper powder for all parts.
10. Learn the care of Teflon coated molds.
11. Continually learn and work to comply with all responsibilities and to upgrade skills and knowledge in order to be toward the next Operator level.
12. Perform any other duty or assignment as may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor.
If interested please call Mark at 330-923-9243 or email email@example.com