SkillSetGroup Machine Operator in Santa Ana, California

MACHINE OPERATORJob Summary: The machine operator uses equipment to assist with manufacturing, packaging, and other steps along a production line. While the exact duties may vary from machine to machine, the machine operator may be expected to have experience working on machinery within a food manufacturing environment.Job Requirements:Math Skills: Good math skills to help the machine operators understand complex instructions, how schematics work and make sure items are designed and built correctly.Problem Solving Skills: Machine operators will need to know why machines are not at peak performance, how to increase output and how to fix errors.Attention to Detail: Machine operators will work with precision equipment. Being off by millimeters could be a critical error. Keen attention to detail is required.Mechanical and Technical Skills: Some machines are controlled by computers and others are highly mechanical and operators will need to know how and why they work.Stamina: Machine operators often work long hours doing repetitive movements.Analytical Skills: Machine operators may need to read and understand blueprints, schematics, models and other specifications.Operators will carry out production schedules, inspection, set-ups and ensure that all needed materials are readily available and effectively monitor production equipment.Operators must understand the concept of yields, throughputs, efficiencies, and safety.Qualifications:3+ years of machine operator experienceStrong knowledge of manufacturing machines (High Speed Packaging such as Tiromat and Multivac machines, Blenders, Grinders, Ovens, Injectors, Stuffers, etc.)Able to work in a cold environment of @ 40 degreesMust be a team player and have good communication skillsBilingual (Spanish) a plus