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Manufacturing - Machine Operator-us Job In Minnetonka, Minnesota, Axelon Services Corporation

Published 2022-09-23
Expires 2022-10-23
ID #1181639509
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Manufacturing - Machine Operator-us Job In Minnetonka, Minnesota, Axelon Services Corporation
United States, Minnesota, Minnetonka,
Published September 23, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Manufacturing - machine operator-us


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Manufacturing - Machine Operator - Minnetonka, MN - 8 Months



Shift timings: Day shift: 4am to 4pm.



This is a 2-2-3 schedule, Work Tu, We, Off Th, Fri, Work Sa, Su, Mo, Off Tu, We Work Th, Fri Off Sa, Su, Mo



Another Shift Timings: Tuesday to Friday 5am to 3pm or Mon to Thursday 5am to 3pm



Night Shift Extrusion: 4pm to 4am this is a 2-2-3 schedule, Work Tu, We, Off Th, Fri, Work Sa, Su, Mo, Off Tu, We Work Th, Fri Off Sa, Su, Mo



Essential Responsibilities



As the Extrusion Machine Operator, you will:



" Observe all Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) rules, including housekeeping practices



" Participate in EHS meetings, investigations, and audits



" Proactively communicate and address safety concerns



" Set-up and monitor machine operations according to standard operating instructions



" Understand department safety, quality and regulatory requirements, and production goals; actively engage in meeting these goals



" Inspect raw materials and products to ensure there are no visual defects; take corrective action as needed



" Perform checks to ensure accuracy per product specifications, ensure overall product quality, and tracks in manual logs or computer system to capture deviations and quality traceability data



" Perform material disposition on all work-in-processes (WIP) parts as assigned



" Perform advanced machine adjustments to ensure that proper construction specifications are being met



" Interrupt machine operation as necessary to correct operating problems



" Minimize the production of products that do not meet specifications by quickly taking action and using investigative, troubleshooting, and mechanical skills



" Accurately measure work in process (WIP) and finished goods in inches or centimeters



" Communicate technical issues in a timely manner to all levels (managers, co-workers, maintenance, engineers, etc.)



" Assist in training of other operators



" Assist with failure and perform regular minor preventive maintenance



" Perform troubleshooting to solve equipment malfunction



" Perform complete setup, adjustments, startup, and shutdown of all equipment in the area



" Keep accurate records and explain any discrepancies, if necessary



" Perform any additional duties as assigned by supervisor, facilitator, or lead

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