Machine Coating Operator

Company Name:
Decision PathHR
To operate production machines in order to achieve daily, weekly, monthly, and annual output targets.
? Operate a coating machine and produce the correctly coated ink ribbon.
- Operate production machines according to the appropriate machine operators manual under direction of the Group Leader and Technical staff.
- Perform product changeovers to the coating machine. Activities not limited to roll exchanges, roll cleaning, doctor blade exchanges, threading, filter changes, parts cleaning and material handling. Some activities requiring periods of physical exertion. Coordinating with maintenance, operation, management and other as necessary.
- Obtain a full knowledge of the mixing, coating and ink supply system in order to be proficient in troubleshooting basic equipment and process problems.
- Charge ink raw materials and organic solvents into an ink production device in a measured & controlled manner thus producing a coat-able solution per established specification.
- Lead in basic maintenance activities by having input and explanation to what needs to be done. Then assist as possible, making sure activities are scheduled and completed in a timely manner.
- Strongly participate in productivity improvement plans and cost reduction plans (Total Productive Maintenance activity). Investigate and analyze causes for defective product or production inefficacies.
? Perform Quality Control testing and judging product quality.
- Verify the quality of the product with visual and machine inspections, reacting with machine inputs and adjustments as necessary to maintain product quality.
? Operate forklifts to transport liquid ink, base film rolls, raw materials and finished goods in a manner that is safe to self and others.
? Assist in the training of other machine operators.
? Facilitate internal communication and working relationships within areas of responsibility.
? Perform all duties in accordance with established safety rules and regulations.
Job Requirements / Qualifications
Required: High school diploma or equivalent experience. Associate degree in technical field preferred.
Experience in chemicals mixing/blending operations preferred.
Prior product manufacturing experience required.
Operator must be able to bend, stoop, squat, twist and work in cramped spaces to thread machines. Must be able to lift 50 pounds, operate a roll cart with weight in excess of 500 pounds and must be able to occasionally work in confined spaces. Repetitive arm and shoulder motion when cleaning rolls.
Must have the ability to interface and communicate effectively, write legibly and read/comprehend sufficiently to perform the duties required.
Must be able to operate appropriate test equipment and react to the readings generated or displayed on monitors, gauges, panels or sensors. Must be able to use and read instruments including micrometers, microscope, light table, hand tools and other specialized equipment used in Print Media coating.
Perform mathematical calculations including percentages, multiplication and division.
Operate a personal computer (PC) and software relevant to the job.
Must be able to work in close proximity with organic solvents and able to wear air-purifying respiratory protection equipment as needed.
Must be able to work in a team based, high stress production environment.
Must have adequate vision to inspect product for small defects and take appropriate corrective actions.
Must be able to handle multiple tasks at one time and prioritize appropriately.
Perform all duties in a safe and efficient manner.

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