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Packaging Operator I - 3rd shift

Сфера деятельности: Operations

Тип должности: Permanent

Тип занятости: Full - Time

Место расположения: Florence, KY

Страна: United States

Job Title: Machine Operator

Shift: 3rd shift

FLSA status: Non-Exempt

Division: Manufacturing

Location:  L’Oreal USA North America

 

Job Summary:

Machine Operators are responsible for the operation of packaging lines.  This includes start-up and shut down, monitoring, identification of line issues, troubleshooting and making minor adjustments and repairs.  A Machine Operator must have working knowledge of the production process, items produced, and equipment utilized in maintaining production within specific norms and standards.  At all times, Machine Operators must maintain a safe work environment, follow all safety procedures, and complete all physical demands listed in the “Physical Demands” section using safe ergonomic techniques.  A Machine Operator must ensure that all production meets our quality standards and is completed in a safe manner aligned with our Quality and Safety Policies. Machine Operators are line owners and must make independent decisions on line operation daily, knowing when to involve others.  They are responsible for executing TPM methodologies on their lines and must be willing to use hand tools to address maintenance needs.  Machine operators must be willing to support the mechanic assigned to their lines with changeovers and other minor machine repairs. Machine operators must follow all inventory control procedures and ensure accurate inventory levels are maintained.

 

Job Requirements:

Prior experience working in a manufacturing/packaging environment;

High School Diploma, technical education / certificates preferred;

Technical aptitude to diagnose operation of equipment;

Problem solving skills;

Computer knowledge to operate manufacturing systems;

Manual dexterity and control of movement to work with tools;

Have the visual/auditory acuity required to read invoice I.D. #s on product labels, and hear warning alarm;

Read and comprehend written instructions and reports;

Complete written and computer-generated reports;

Work flexible hours/shifts, including overtime;

Able to use tools in the proper manner

 

Essential Physical Requirements:

Prolonged Standing

Continuous Movement in and around packaging line

Frequent Bending and Stooping

Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs.

Pushing and pulling up to 25 lbs

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Tasks, Duties & Responsibilities

% of time spent.

Total should = 100%

 

Ensure high standard of quality control and follow all quality and GMP procedures;   Visually inspect product for quality assurance, verify product labels and I.D. numbers correspond to products being produced, and perform quality assurance tests (such as weight and torque);

 

25%

 

 

 

 

Work independently, make decisions, and use adequate organizational and time management skills; Maintain open communication (verbal and written) with supervisors, mechanics, other employees, and complete paper and computer work (refer to specific department duties); Document Work Order information (batch numbers, etc.) requiring direct contact with processors

 

 

20%

Conduct tooling changes on machinery and make minor adjustments to machinery; Work to ensure production equipment is ready for use;

 

 

10%

 

Perform normal/routine equipment maintenance and conduct/document productive/preventative maintenance procedures; Perform preventative maintenance on equipment as assigned;

 

10%

Plan in advance for a “change over” and coordinate services with the mechanics to adjust, clean, or replace equipment efficiently to minimize the downtime on the production line;

 

5%

Track labor and equipment downtime in labor system;

 

5%

 

 

Clean equipment and perform other custodial responsibilities

 

 

5%

 

Assist Line Mechanics with equipment trouble shooting, major equipment repairs, equipment installations and test runs;

 

5%

 

Participate in TPM methodologies from inception to completion.

 

5%

 

Assist in training of assigned personnel in technical and operating procedures Train temporary staff in the areas of Safety and Quality.  Provide work instruction for temporaries.

 

5%

 

Maintain adequate component supply levels using inventory control procedures and best practices;

 

5%

 



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