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Machine Operator 2 - 2nd Shift

The Machine Operator 2 is responsible for operating production equipment and meeting area production goals.
Duties and Responsibilities
Set up and operate assigned equipment
May use computer to load printer software
Load/unload sealing and printing equipment with product and packaging material
Recognize and react to problems with equipment, make adjustments as required
Inspect and verify product according to quality standards
Work with Set Up Technician to resolve problems with equipment
Clean equipment as required to ensure proper operation
Break down scrap packages
Able to work effectively within small teams
Accurately complete scrap tickets
Accurately complete daily production sheet
Accurately update hourly goal board
Maintain production pace and standards
Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
Practice 5Ss
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Understand and follow verbal and written instructions
Basic math skills
Basic mechanical skills
Basic computer skills
Education and Experience Requirements
High school diploma or equivalent
1-2 years of machine operation experience
Physical and Weight Lifting Demands
The physical and weight lifting 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 may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Frequency
Letter Code
Defined as
Never
N
Infrequent
I
Up to 1 hour per day
Occasionally
O
1 to 2 hours per day
Frequently
F
2 to 5 hours per day
Continuously
C
6+ hours per day
Physical Task
Frequency
Reason for Physical Actions
Stand
C
Standing work
Sit
N
Walk
F
To walk between stations
Bend/Twist
F
To pick up assembly debris and waste
Push / Pull
F
To move debris and waste
Climb (stairs, ladders)
F
To access upper level of facility
Reach
C
To access debris and waste
Lift
C
To move debris and waste to different locations
Carry
F
To carry debris and waste
Grasp/Grip
C
To hold debris and waste
Repetitive Motions
F
To pick up and remove debris and waste
Kneel/Crawl
N
Run
N
Jump
N
Rapid work speed
F
To meet takt/cycle time
Filing
N
Finger movement
C
Manual dexterity to pick up debris and waste
Keyboard use
I
Close vision
C
Color vision
C
Depth perception
C
Far vision
C
Hear
C
To communicate with individuals in cell
Talk
C
To communicate with individuals in cell
Smell
I
Touch
C
Temperatures
C
Able to work in various temperatures
Amount of Weight
Frequency
Reason for Action
Up to 30 pounds
C
To move parts
Personal Protective Equipment
Equipment
Frequency
Reason
Safety glasses
C
To protect eyes
Leather shoes
C
To protect feet
Gloves
F
To protect hands
Ear Plugs
C
To protect hearing
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