Mechanic/Machine Operator Class A

Performs job duties with direction of Production Supervisor. Basic duties include Machine Operator/Mechanic Class A. Performs, observes the performance of the classification with a goal of reaching Production Supervisor performance level within 1 year.
-Must have standard/metric mechanical tool set.
-Must complete 3-5 training classes, pertaining to job classification, within 90 days arranged by the company.
-Requires constant visual attention; ability to discern flaws in containers.
-Must know and be able to assist in the training of employees on the in house computer inventory systems for production entries.
-Perform all job duties in a safe manner (utilizing proper PPE)
-Complete QC procedures outlined for this position.
-Makes complete machine changeovers without any set-up aids
-Maintains proper paperwork, logs and records (work orders, machine problems, settings and changes) as required.
-Troubleshoot equipment problems (electrical, mechanical, hydraulics)
- May need to complete set-ups/changeovers as required on equipment.
-Assist co-workers as needed.

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