Molding Machine Operator I

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Job Details

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Communicate effectively with preceding and succeeding Machine Operators to understand production needs or problems that require resolution.
  • Learn basic inspection and packaging principles necessary to operate all jobs
  • Produce, inspect, and pack, acceptable product per work instructions and approved samples for shipment to customers
  • Daily review of part information books for accuracy
  • Assist in organizing supplies and purchased goods to keep production flowing. Provide notification when critical supplies need to be ordered.
  • Assist Molding Shift Leaders, Set-Up Technicians, and Process Technicians/Engineers when needed
  • Maintain the overall cleanliness of the molding manufacturing areas on a daily basis, including proper storage of all equipment and supplies
  • Learn about, understand, and follow ISO-9001 and ISO-13485 procedures, as well as company policies and safety procedures
  • Support and adhere to corporate mission, values, and policies
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Organizational Relationships:

  • The Molding Machine Operator I reports directly to the Shift Supervisor. They will take direction from Molding Machine Operators III and II to learn the skills required to be successful in the position.

Experience and/or Educational Requirements:

  • High school diploma or GED required
  • Ability to lift 25lbs required
  • Ability to perform repetitive hand and arm movement required
  • Ability to work standing or walking for an extended period of time required
  • Ability to see colors (i.e absence of color blindness) required

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to work a standard 40 hour work week with occasional overtime including weekends as a possibility.
  • Sitting and/or standing for an extended period of time as well as some walking within the facility.
  • Must be able to see with or without corrective lenses and distinguish color differences and depth perception for product and safety issues.
  • Hearing ability should be sufficient to hear and react to audible alarms from distances up to 100 feet.
  • The ability to lift and carry various items up to 25 pounds.
  • Pass drug and physical screenings.

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