[Close] 

Machine Operator ( Dye Cutter, Laminator and Collator)

We are looking for experienced machine operators: laminators, shear and die cutters.
DUTIES AND Responsibilities:
1. Ability to effective feed and operate the following machines: Collators and Tape Layer,
2. Follow all applicable sop's (standard operating procedures).
3. Receive job ticket and examine proof.
4. Locate job.
5. Receives sign off or approval from Machine Tech or Finishing Supervisor before running the job.
6. Run job. Inspect sheets while the job is running to ensure job specifications are and quality requirements are being met.
7. Stop the job in the event of a major technical problem or if the job is outside the required specifications.
8. Follow good ergonomic practices. Take care when lifting, fanning and moving sheets. Avoid dragging sheets, which cause scratches and other defects.
9. Move finished job to next department after clearing the job out of the area in accordance with security rules.
10. Accurately enters required information into the data gathering system.
11. Keep staging areas organized and ensure paperwork is in place to properly identify all jobs.
12. Meet the expected outputs and quality requirements for the machine.
13. Maintain established Machine Safety Requirements.
14. Performs other duties as required by shift supervisor.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
1. Ability to withstand long periods of standing and lifting, and not be distressed by the environment of the working area (hot area, noisy, etc.).
2. Continual lifting of approximately 50 lbs.
3. Must have good communication skills (reasonably proficient at reading and speaking english).
4. Good mathematical skills.
5. Works Overtime as necessary
SHIFTS AVAILABLE
1st Shift- 5A-330P (M-Th) Sometimes needs to Extend to 5A-5P. Overtime (At least available for one day)
2nd Shift 330P-2A (M-Th) Sometimes needs to Extend to 5P-5A. Overtime (At least available for one day)
3rd Shift 5A-5P (Fr-Sun) (Work 36- Paid for 40) Overtime (At least available for one day)



Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.