Posted: Sep 20, 2019
A great machine operator is reliable and able to work with attention to detail and safety standards. On-the-job training is a good way to discover how to do the job better, so you should have the willingness to learn and improve. Being a team player is essential since all tasks will require close collaboration with co-workers.
The goal will be to ensure that production procedures will be carried on smoothly to maximize efficiency and profits.
· Set up machines (calibration, cleaning etc.) to start a production cycle
· Control and adjust machine settings (e.g. speed)
· Feed raw material or parts to semi-automated machines
· Inspect parts with precision and measuring tools
· Test operation of machines periodically
· Fix issues that might occur during the shift
· Check output to spot any machine-related mistakes or flaws
· Keep records of approved and defective units or final products
· Maintain activity logs
· Proven experience as a machine operator
· Working knowledge of diverse high-speed machinery and measurement tools (caliper, micrometer etc.)
· Understanding of production procedures
· Adherence to health and safety regulations (e.g. constant use of protective gear)
· Ability to read blueprints, schematics, and manuals
· Analytical skills
· Attention to detail
· Teamwork and communication skills
· Physical stamina and strength
· High school diploma or equivalent; technical degree is a plus
$15 - $17 Can lead to a permanent salaried position with benefits
Star One Staffing of Madison, LLC is a staffing agency that works in the greater Madison area for the health care, hospitality, light industrial and clerical industries.