Machine Operator

  • Location
    Hillsboro, Oregon
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Salary
    $16.00/Hour
  • Category
    Industrial & Manufacturing - Machine Operator

SUMMARY:
Function: To safely and efficiently manufacture product strictly adhering to established standard
operating procedures and company policies.
Scope: Responsible for executing established procedures for blending, formulating and filling containers.
Additional responsibilities included inventory control, maintenance for equipment, housekeeping activities and
strong focus on chemical safety and hazardous waste management.
DUTIES:
Typical
1. Handling of chemicals using dispense systems for both bulk and hand, including hazardous wastes.
2. Inspection of containers and completion of required documentation for specified materials, including
hazardous waste containers and the collection system.
3. Adherence to corporate, State and Federal regulations and guidelines when handling hazardous materials
or when exposed to hazardous situations. Must adhere to departmental and corporate standard operating
procedures, including the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
4. Maintenance of process equipment and emergency equipment where applicable.
5. Preparation and staging of new and/or returned product containers. May require assembly of boxes and
application of labels.
6. Filling of finished product containers in a clean room environment.
7. Packaging of finished product and hazardous waste containers.
8. Interpretation of process data.
9. Move raw materials and/or finished goods using folklift.
10. Performance of other related duties as required, including cleaning and general housekeeping.
Periodical
Attending annual and/or quarterly refresher courses related to hazardous waste management and handling, general
safety, quality management, and environmental management. Operator may also be required to drive a forklift.
SUPERVISION:
Receives:
Direct supervision is provided by the department supervisory personnel. (Lead, Supervisor, Assistant Manager,
Manger and Deputy General Manager). Completed work is reviewed for accuracy, completeness and compliance
with the established guidelines.
Given:
Does not apply
EDUCATION:
Operator should have a High School Diploma, G.E.D, or be a candidate for completion of either of these
certifications.

EXPERIENCE:
With a High School Diploma, or G.E.D, no experience is necessary, though previous manufacturing experience of
demonstrated understanding of concepts related to manufacturing is highly desirable. As a candidate without
completion of either certification, a minimum of five years of verifiable work experience in a manufacturing
environment is required.
REQUIRED PERSONAL SKILLS:
1. Must be comfortable working with chemicals including, but not limited to, corrosives and organic
solvents.
2. Ability to effectively communicate in English (both oral and written).
3. Have skills in basic mathematics (algebra is highly desirable).
4. Have stable, verifiable work history with excellent attendance record.
5. Be mechanically inclined.
6. Poises demonstrated attention to detail.
7. Ability to follow instructions in both verbal and written form.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
There is a potential for exposure to hazardous conditions and/or materials. Operator must be capable of
performing duties while wearing steel-toed shoes, safety glasses and/or goggles, and other personal protective
equipment that may include clean room apparel.
May involve strenuous activities such as walking, bending, lifting and moving of material; must demonstrate
ability to lift up to 50 lbs. at chest height.
OTHER:
Personnel must successfully complete a program of on-site classroom instruction or on-the-job training that teaches
them to perform their duties in a way that ensures compliance with all job requirements. Prior experience and/or
certification that can be verified will be considered in evaluating training requirements.
Additional tasks, as assigned related to smooth facility operations.
FURTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Operator need to be able to work overtime as directed by supervisory staff.
Operator need to be able to work various shifts as directed by supervisory staff.
Operator must have a reliable means of transportation to and from the work site.



Shift flexibility is a requirement for us, I need to be able to rotate people around and its going to happen again when we go to 24/7 operation. Current hours of operation are 6AM to 2:30PM with OT out to 4:30PM and 4PM to 12:30AM with OT out to 2:30AM as well as a high probability of Saturday or Sunday work

SUMMARY:
Function: To safely and efficiently manufacture product strictly adhering to established standard
operating procedures and company policies.
Scope: Responsible for executing established procedures for blending, formulating and filling containers.
Additional responsibilities included inventory control, maintenance for equipment, housekeeping activities and
strong focus on chemical safety and hazardous waste management.
DUTIES:
Typical
1. Handling of chemicals using dispense systems for both bulk and hand, including hazardous wastes.
2. Inspection of containers and completion of required documentation for specified materials, including
hazardous waste containers and the collection system.
3. Adherence to corporate, State and Federal regulations and guidelines when handling hazardous materials
or when exposed to hazardous situations. Must adhere to departmental and corporate standard operating
procedures, including the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
4. Maintenance of process equipment and emergency equipment where applicable.
5. Preparation and staging of new and/or returned product containers. May require assembly of boxes and
application of labels.
6. Filling of finished product containers in a clean room environment.
7. Packaging of finished product and hazardous waste containers.
8. Interpretation of process data.
9. Move raw materials and/or finished goods using folklift.
10. Performance of other related duties as required, including cleaning and general housekeeping.
Periodical
Attending annual and/or quarterly refresher courses related to hazardous waste management and handling, general
safety, quality management, and environmental management. Operator may also be required to drive a forklift.
SUPERVISION:
Receives:
Direct supervision is provided by the department supervisory personnel. (Lead, Supervisor, Assistant Manager,
Manger and Deputy General Manager). Completed work is reviewed for accuracy, completeness and compliance
with the established guidelines.
Given:
Does not apply
EDUCATION:
Operator should have a High School Diploma, G.E.D, or be a candidate for completion of either of these
certifications.

EXPERIENCE:
With a High School Diploma, or G.E.D, no experience is necessary, though previous manufacturing experience of
demonstrated understanding of concepts related to manufacturing is highly desirable. As a candidate without
completion of either certification, a minimum of five years of verifiable work experience in a manufacturing
environment is required.
REQUIRED PERSONAL SKILLS:
1. Must be comfortable working with chemicals including, but not limited to, corrosives and organic
solvents.
2. Ability to effectively communicate in English (both oral and written).
3. Have skills in basic mathematics (algebra is highly desirable).
4. Have stable, verifiable work history with excellent attendance record.
5. Be mechanically inclined.
6. Poises demonstrated attention to detail.
7. Ability to follow instructions in both verbal and written form.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
There is a potential for exposure to hazardous conditions and/or materials. Operator must be capable of
performing duties while wearing steel-toed shoes, safety glasses and/or goggles, and other personal protective
equipment that may include clean room apparel.
May involve strenuous activities such as walking, bending, lifting and moving of material; must demonstrate
ability to lift up to 50 lbs. at chest height.
OTHER:
Personnel must successfully complete a program of on-site classroom instruction or on-the-job training that teaches
them to perform their duties in a way that ensures compliance with all job requirements. Prior experience and/or
certification that can be verified will be considered in evaluating training requirements.
Additional tasks, as assigned related to smooth facility operations.
FURTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Operator need to be able to work overtime as directed by supervisory staff.
Operator need to be able to work various shifts as directed by supervisory staff.
Operator must have a reliable means of transportation to and from the work site.



Shift flexibility is a requirement for us, I need to be able to rotate people around and its going to happen again when we go to 24/7 operation. Current hours of operation are 6AM to 2:30PM with OT out to 4:30PM and 4PM to 12:30AM with OT out to 2:30AM as well as a high probability of Saturday or Sunday work

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