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Job

Machine Operator – Overmold

  • Location:

    Shelton

  • Sector:

    Commercial

  • Salary:

    $15.50 - $16/hour

  • Contact:

    Angel Romero

  • Email:

    angel.romero@monroestaffing.com

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Duration:

    Temp to Perm

  • Start date:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

    Angel Romero

Machine operators are generally responsible for properly setting up, running, loading and unloading and maintaining Lex operation machines while following company safety standards.  The Machine Operator – Overmold operates overmold equipment and materials.

  • Work with production supervisor to meet daily / weekly / monthly production goals.
  • Handle and assemble polyurethane products.
  • Daily set up, operation and maintenance of Overmold equipment.
  • Ensure raw material quantity is on hand to meet production needs and inform supervisor when there are inadequate quantities.
  • Pour product into molds and remove cured product from molds.
  • Monitor the ongoing production process and know how to handle situations as they arise.
  • Use hand tools to eliminate excess material from final product.
  • Inspect product for defects and to ensure final product meets production and quality standards.
  • Correct production defects as possible and report issues to supervisors.
  • Perform tasks while complying with company safety policies.
  • Provide daily production updates to the shop floor manager by entering electronic labor and job order information. 
  • Maintain an attendance in good standing so that production is as efficient as possible.
  • Safely store and handle chemicals and waste throughout the production area.
  • Follow OSHA guidelines and company safety practices.
  • 2+ years of machine operator experience or the equivalent manual work experience preferred.
  • High school diploma or GED or any other equivalent diploma.
  • 2 or more years of experience working in a production department (Electrical parts experience is preferable).
  • Knowledge of machines and tools including their design, use and maintenance.