Machine Operator

Local manufacturing company has an opening for a Machine Operator.
Interested candidates must be at least 18 years of age, be able to provide proof of at least a high school diploma or GED, must be willing to submit to a background check and drug screen, work 12 hour shifts (36 hours one week; 48 the next) and be able to perform the following job duties:
Maintain a working knowledge of the sequential Control Logic that oversees the operation of the line Coordinating the activities of others placed on the line.
Ensuring PPE requirements and other safety guidelines are met by all personnel working in the area Administering of breaks.
Starting Up the machine Coordinating and performing housekeeping rework functions.
Overseeing the general staffing requirements on a day to day basis.
Must have good knowledge of computers as job entails data entry reports.
Know quality standards and perform and document quality checks.
Perform routine maintenance procedures.
Perform required steps to complete size and product changeovers.
Perform proper procedure to safely clear jams in all equipment.
Cleanup work area and help others clean their areas if needed.
Perform other related duties as determined by management.
Complete Operator Training, assist with updating Operator training and assist with training others.
Attendance is an essential function of the job.
Must be at the workstation at the beginning of the shift.
Must continuously follow all safety policies and procedures on the job.
Plastics production line multistory machine Job requires climbing stairs, machine readings, machine maintenance Occasionally there may be lifting up to 50lbs Job requires use of computers and access to emails at all times Twelve hour shifts 36hr wk.
and 48hr wk.
Full Time Position with 6 month trial period All interested candidates need to apply at www.
com and then contact the Select Staffing office 24 hours after application submittal at (931) 552-1102.
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