Machine Operator / Assembler

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The most essential functions of the Machine Operator position:
- Handle change over's as required (in other words, changing blades on the machines from the small blade to medium blade and large blade).
- Set up and run machines while monitoring their output.
- Assemble materials according to the prints and documentation.
- Certain inspections may be needed.
- Pulling required materials from inventory and creating labels.
- Keep the assortment of inventory accurate and clean.
Requirement
Basic qualifications for the Machine Operator position:
- High School Diploma or GED is a must.
- Ability to use verniers, calipers and a wide range of the other measuring devices as required.
- 1 year of experience in Manufacturing area.
- Excellent hand to eye coordination as well as exceptional manual dexterity.
- Perfect trouble shooting ability, mechanical skills and a core awareness of blue print reading basics.
- Awareness of lean manufacturing process desired.
- Willingness to be crossed in various fields and flexibility in constantly changing routines.
- Outstanding communication (written and verbal) skills.
Education
High School Diploma or GED is a must.
Client
Our company is providing the widest range of motion and control components and systems all over the globe. With annual sales that go far beyond $12 billion, our company is capable to provide precision engineered and systematic solutions for a great range of mobile, commercial, aerospace and industrial markets. Our organization has more than 50 000 qualified employees, who passionately work in more than 48 countries around the planet. We are happy to provide equal opportunities and career growth for our employees.

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