Manufacturing

Machine Operator I/II/III

Direct Hire

MACHINE OPERATORS IN RENO NEVADA WITH FILLER, VERTIFCAL FORM FILLER, BAGGING OR PACKAGING FOOD MANUFACTURING EXP IS WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR. NEED 3 ON EACH SHIFT :
1ST SHIFT : 5AM-2PM M-F
2nd SHIFT : 2PM -11PM 

PAY RANGE IS 18-30HR DEPENDING ON HOW WELL YOU INTERVIEW!!!

JOB DESCRIPTION:  MACHINE OPERATOR I

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Responsible for the set up and operation of the machine within accepted safety practices and the allotted time frame.
Properly perform necessary setting adjustments.
Properly perform film changes and ribbon changes including changeover from one dye to another. 
Ensure the products have the correct components before packing them.
Continuously check the label, seals and date placement throughout the shift to ensure that every package label and date is correct.
Fill out and sign all required documentation before each run.
Monitor equipment operation to prevent unscheduled downtime.
Communicate effectively with Production Supervisors, Production Leads and other Packaging Technicians on any situations arising during their shift.
Other duties as assigned.
Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.

REQUIREMENTS:

High School Diploma or equivalent; Certificate from accredited college or technical school in Mechanical studies is preferred. Minimum of 6 months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

Ability to read electrical and mechanical drawings.   
Read equipment manuals and diagrams. 
Understand and be able to practice basic troubleshooting skills.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Machine Operator II

SUMMARY
Operates and troubleshoots production machinery. Responsible for coaching and training Packaging Technicians I & II on safety practices, quality procedures and equipment operations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

All Packaging Technician I & II Responsibilities:

• Responsible for the set up and operation of the machine within accepted safety practices and 
the allotted time frame.
• Properly perform necessary setting adjustments.
• Properly perform film changes and ribbon changes including changeover from one dye to another. 
• Ensure the products have the correct components before packing them.
• Continuously check the label, seals and date placement throughout the shift to ensure that every package label and date is correct.
• Fill out and sign all required documentation before each run.
• Monitor equipment operation to prevent unscheduled downtime.
• Communicate effectively with the production supervisor and leads on any situations arising during their shift.
• Responsible for the coordination of complex events within production/manufacturing machinery.
• Communicate effectively with technicians to explain any machine related problems.
• Start the shift in RedZone on assigned line.
• Properly assign problem codes that cause downtime
• Understand how to send RedZone “Chats” to include photos to outline issues.
• Perform mild equipment trouble shooting tasks with minimal supervision.
• Describe the wrapping process in detail.
• Perform mechanical and temperature adjustments to create ideal package.
• Differentiate between mechanical and operator problems.

Additional Responsibilities:
• Strategically assign Packaging Technicians to lines to assure success with team line-up.
• Monitor RedZone and coach technicians who are not following protocol (assigning problem codes).
• Monitor equipment operation and implement solutions to equipment issues.
• Troubleshoot complex equipment problems with minimal supervision.
• Navigate and troubleshoot through the video jet system and describe functionality in detail.
• Describe and utilize all machine functions in terms of 360-degree cycle.
• Define and utilize function of every adjustment within the machine.
• Operate over-wrapper in adverse conditions (failing sensor, inadequate film size).
• Other duties as assigned.

JOB DESCRIPTION: MACHINE OPERATOR III

SUMMARY
Operates and troubleshoots production machinery. Responsible for coaching and training Packaging Technicians I & II on safety practices, quality procedures and equipment operations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
All Packaging Technician I & II Responsibilities:
• Responsible for the set up and operation of the machine within accepted safety practices and the allotted time frame.
• Properly perform necessary setting adjustments.
• Properly perform film changes and ribbon changes including changeover from one dye to another. 
• Ensure the products have the correct components before packing them.
• Continuously check the label, seals and date placement throughout the shift to ensure that every package label and date is correct.
• Fill out and sign all required documentation before each run.
• Monitor equipment operation to prevent unscheduled downtime.
• Communicate effectively with the production supervisor and leads on any situations arising during their shift.
• Responsible for the coordination of complex events within production/manufacturing machinery.
• Communicate effectively with technicians to explain any machine related problems.
• Start the shift in RedZone on assigned line.
• Properly assign problem codes that cause downtime
• Understand how to send RedZone “Chats” to include photos to outline issues.
• Perform mild equipment trouble shooting tasks with minimal supervision.
• Describe the wrapping process in detail.
• Perform mechanical and temperature adjustments to create ideal package.
• Differentiate between mechanical and operator problems.

Additional Responsibilities:
• Strategically assign Packaging Technicians to lines to assure success with team line-up.
• Monitor RedZone and coach technicians who are not following protocol (assigning problem 
codes).
• Monitor equipment operation and implement solutions to equipment issues.
• Troubleshoot complex equipment problems with minimal supervision.
• Navigate and troubleshoot through the video jet system and describe functionality in detail.
• Describe and utilize all machine functions in terms of 360-degree cycle.
• Define and utilize function of every adjustment within the machine.
• Operate over-wrapper in adverse conditions (failing sensor, inadequate film size).
• Other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
This position has no supervisory responsibilities. 

QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or equivalent; Certificate from accredited college or technical school in Mechanical Studies is preferred. Minimum of 3 years of professional experience operating and troubleshooting packaging and/or other mechanical machinery; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS
None required. 
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
• Proficient at reading equipment operator’s manuals and diagrams.
• Good understanding and ability to practice basic troubleshooting skills.
• Proficient at using hand tools.
• Able to work in a fast pace production environment.
• Able to set-up a R&D-type product; set all parameters on overwrap and printer efficiently. 
• Proficient at reading mechanical drawings.
• Advanced knowledge of mathematics, geometry and metric system.
• Strong communication and organization skills.
• Must have an intermediate to advanced understanding of mechanical principles.
WORKING CONDITIONS
PHYSICAL DEMANDS 
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to stand; talk or hear; use hand to finger, handle or feel, grip, grasp, and/or pinch. The associate is regularly required walk; reach with hands and arms. The associate is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The associate must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and regularly up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Frequency Chart
Occasional Frequent Regularly
0-3 Hours 3-5 Hours 5-8+ Hours

WORK ENVIRONMENT 
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is working in a warehouse environment and is frequently exposed to working near moving mechanical parts and extreme cold (non-weather). The 
associate is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock and wet, humid conditions (non-weather). 
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

REQUIRED TRAINING
This position requires training on Good Manufacturing Practices critical to the effective implementation of the Food Safety Plan and the maintenance of food safety, quality and process efficiency. Training is 
also required on how to identify food safety issues such as temperature control, cross-contamination, sanitation and cleanliness of the lines, etc., critical to the effective implementation of the Food Safety 
Plan and the maintenance of food safety, quality and process efficiency.

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