Production Operator

US-IN-Indianapolis
3 months ago
Job ID
2016-1056
# of Openings
1
Category
Production/Manufacturing
Shift
1st Shift, 2nd Shift, 3rd Shift

Overview

The Production Operator is capable of contributing to all phases of the production process. Included is the operation of automated production equipment, preliminary diagnosis/identification of equipment issues, aiding with preventive maintenance and packaging of final product.  

 

Incumbents are expected to demonstrate competency in making production decisions concerning the pre-flight and operation of equipment. Must be flexible to rotate job assignments throughout production. We have variable work scheduldes. 

 

The pay is $14.00/hr for Level 1 and $16.00/hr for Level 2 Production Operator. Pay is based upon previous experience.

 

A typical work week will be either:

 

Monday through Saturday, with a rotating day off each week.  Occassional Sundays may be required. 

or

12 hr shifts - 6 a.m to 6 p.m. or 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. with rotating days off.

Responsibilities

  1. Ensure that machinery is running properly
  2. Maintain quality standards
  3. Comply with GMPs
  4. Partner with team members to maintain consistent line operation
  5. Input required information into the ERP system
  6. Report mechanical problems to supervisor and Maintenance
  7. Work safely
  8. Maintain up to date knowledge of machinery in assigned work area
  9. Keep work are clean and without debris
  10. Other duties as assigned

Qualifications


Required

High School Diploma or GED

Basic math skills

Must be able to read, write, understand and speak English to ensure effective training, coaching and safety

Capable of working on a computer and navigating through multiple screens
Ability to lift 50 pounds on a regular basis
Ability to stand a minimum of 8 hours to a maximum of 12 hours on a daily basis

 

Preferred

Two (2) years related food production experience preferred

Experience operating PLC controlled equipment desired

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