Extruder Operator or Trainee 2nd Shift 3pm to 11pm Mon - Fri NC

The extruder operator is responsible for set up and efficient machine operation in our extrusion process in order to produce quality roll goods in desired quantities. Pay rate is $17.56 with differential for second shift. This opening is for our Oxford, NC plant. The schedule for this role is 3pm to 11pm Mon-Fri.
Completes machine start-up, making needed adjustments for temperature and die opening, and monitors finished product to be certain quality is acceptable.
Periodically checks product and various machining gauges, making necessary
adjustments as required to be sure color, dimensions and uniformity are acceptable.
When necessary, changes rolls of finished product, weighs roll and records net
weight on roll and production record, puts finished roll on skid and bands finished skid together.
Makes changeovers when going from one product run to another.
This may require changing dies, polish rolls or setting up dryer for hydroscopic materials.
May at times operate grinder to prepare scrap for re-use.
Uses care and caution in the operation of all machines to allow for safety of self as well as other operators and helpers.
Reports any machine problems that can not readily be repaired to Extrusion Manager for assistance.
Operates forklift for moving materials and equipment (forklift license required).
Directs operator helper in obtaining needed materials before and during runs and before changing over.
Reads and understands operators manual and updates individual manual with operating conditions as well as repair information.
Keeps machinery and work area neat and clean and completes required machine lubrication.
Notifies Extrusion Manager of any machine problems and may assist in their resolution.
Notifies general manager of low inventories of materials, packaging materials and repair parts.
Assists operator trainee in receiving necessary information and skills to become an operator--This will require times when trainee will be allowed to take over operation under operators supervision.

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