Herman Miller, Inc Machine Operator 2nd shift in Zeeland, Michigan
About this OpportunityOur Operations Teams are responsible for all aspects of manufacturing high quality products in a timely manner to delight our customers. Operations team members play an important role in Herman Miller's success and prepare us to help people do great things. All of our team members work in clean, bright environments that make use of Lean manufacturing principles. These teams share a passion for quality and hold safety as a number one priority.As a Machine Operator, you'll perform multiple processes using a variety of equipment in a manufacturing setting, depending upon department processes. You will produce a high quality product delivered in a timely manner to satisfy customers. You'll solve problems with the assistance of other team members and seek continuous improvement. All of your work will be completed with a high regard for the safety of others and yourself. You'll also learn via cross-training in other departments.What You\'ll DoYou'll have opportunities to speak up, solve problems, lead others, and be an owner every day as you... * Calculate and derive dimensional information from all types of dimensional drawings. * Commit to meeting overtime requirements. * Complete required paperwork correctly to ensure record accuracy. * Consistently perform Statistical Process Control (SPC)/quality checks by utilizing measurement tools and devices. * Consistently perform to Standard Work Instructions at each process and request changes when needed. * Employ flexibility to meet team, department, and plant goals. * Know and practice corporate, plant, and department safety guidelines. * Know and practice quality requirements according to specified quality criteria. * Maintain a clean, safe working environment according to 5S and department safety guidelines. * Participate in Herman Miller Performance System (HMPS) improvement activities within current department or other departments. * Perform a minimum of 75 percent of the jobs in the department at the required rate (cycle time). * Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives. * Perform multiple activities using various processes and equipment, routinely or when called upon, according to department needs. * Read and understand routings and drawings to produce parts to quality expectations. * Rotate through department work stations based on business need. * Set up, load, and operate manufacturing equipment. Sound Like You?You might be just who we re looking for if you have... * A high school diploma or equivalent (GED), or work experience which demonstrates performance competency. * Experience operating machinery in a manufacturing environment. * The ability to access and use information system databases. * Competency in basic math skills, such as adding and subtracting. Additional math skills may be needed depending on department processes, such as GDT (Geometric Dimensional Tolerances).