Robotic Machine Operator
Robotic machine operator
Observes robotic operation, and monitors screen of machine controller for malfunctions and error messages.
Reads work order and specifications to determine prescribed setup and operation.
Deposits materials into bins manually or using hoist.
May be required to become certified and operate a variety of forklifts.
May perform simple machine maintenance, such as cleaning or changing filters.
Performs prescribed quality control inspections.
NIGHT shift; rotating 12 hour shifts, resulting in 36 hours one week, 48 hours the next week; every other weekend. Work is required on most holidays.
***$13hr. After 90 days training, potential to go to $14hr and if completes full year of training, could go to $15.00. All that contingent on job performance
**Company offers a FULL line of benefits
**Written and oral communications.
**Mechanical and technical aptitude aimed at controlling and operating complex machinery.
**Time management and critical thinking skills.