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Calender Operator­ 3rd Shift in Halstead, KS at Continental

Date Posted: 9/24/2018

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Job Description

To extensively document and control the calendering processes as instructed to improve the cost and quality of our products. This is the first step in our Production process and has the most influence on the cost of our products. Continuous improvement is a must for all personnel in this area.

To change over the calender machines and look for the most effective way to keep the machines running at all times.

Operate the machines that you are instructed to and report any problems or issues immediately to your Department Head or Supervisor using the proper channels and methods of communication.

To complete daily production reporting accurately. This includes all reports relating to Productivity, QC Holds, Material Usage, Material Movements, etc.

Follow all safety, corporate, and internal policies and procedures and to ask your Department Head or Supervisor using the proper channels and methods of communication when needing clarification.

Contribute daily to the continuous improvement of yourself, your department, and your company as a whole. This can relate to increasing your knowledge on work orders, products, and processes. Contributing to your work area by improving Safety, Quality, Productivity, the cost of our products, etc. Proactively getting involved in trainings both internally and externally.

Basic Qualifications:

HS Diploma or GED
Basic computer skills
Ability to read and follow instructions & checklists written in Standard English
Ability to work occasional overtime

*Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship.

Preferred Qualifications:
1+ year of manufacturing or production experience

Physical Requirements:

Standing (for sustained periods of time), kneeling, crouching, reaching. This position requires the ability to lift up to 50 pounds (infrequent).

Subject to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions, proximity to moving mechanical parts, moving vehicles, electrical current, and exposure to high heat.


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