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Machine Operator

Advantage Resourcing Marion Contractor
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This position is offered on both the first and second shift, is responsible for entry level non-skilled general labor while maintaining a safe work environment and adhering to company policies and procedures.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

•     The Production Worker is responsible for performing a variety of tasks involved in the production of products while following standard work methods and practicing safe work habits to ensure production is as efficient and safe as possible. Production Workers are expected to be available to work in all areas of production.

•     Examine products to verify conformance to quality standards (examine and place lids onto product).

•     Observe equipment operations so that malfunctions can be detected, and notify Supervisor of any malfunctions.

•      Lift raw materials, finished products, and pack/stack items manually.

•       Set up, adjust, and operate all basic machine tools.

•       Maintain a clean and safe work area.

•      Read and interpret work instructions, then execute work per instructions.

•      Maintain required Production paperwork and documentation of all work performed on equipment as outlined in preventative maintenance program


PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE:

•       Production experience preferred but not required


TECHNICAL SKILLS

•       N/A


SAFETY SKILLS

•       Follow Standard Operating Procedures and adhere to safety requirements

•       Must wear required PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

•       PPE required but subject to change: Hairnet, smock, gloves, hand guards, arm guards.


PHYSICAL
REQUIREMENTS:

•       Ability to work in a warm environment (65-85 degrees Fahrenheit)

•       Ability to stand for a 10 hour shift

•       Ability to repetitively lift up to 50 pounds

•       Will be exposed to moving production

 

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Advantage Resourcing is a member of a family of staffing companies owned by parent Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd., based in Tokyo Japan. Advantage Resourcing has offices in the U.S., Canada, UK and Sydney, Australia. The Advantage Resourcing service delivery model is “local market focus”, meaning that Advantage Resourcing learns client requirements for primary skill sets in every local market we serve.

Through our local market intelligence, we acquire resumes, screen and qualify candidates and prepare to deliver talent and solutions to our clients locally. Because of our vast global network, we also service clients who live and work in multiple geographies and countries as needed. It is not uncommon for Advantage Resourcing to manage human resource and staffing solutions for one client in multiple cities, states, and even countries. We are able to find the perfect candidate for a job one mile away, but we can respond to our clients needs whether they be 400 or 4,000 miles away while managing all of the international employment challenges, such as immigration and worker mobility issues, cultural anomalies, and currency conversions.

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