Machine Operator – Nights

Closure Systems International

Crawfordsville, IN

Job Details

Job Location:    Crawfordsville North Plant - Crawfordsville, IN
Position Type:    Full Time
Salary Range:    Undisclosed
Travel Percentage:    None
Job Shift:    Nights
Job Category:    Manufacturing

Duties and Responsibilities

Lead by example supporting company values and ABS principles.

Have a high level of safety standards for self and others.

Maintain and drive good 5S practices.

Consult the Help Chain with quality issues.

Perform daily housekeeping duties.

Ability to setup, adjust, perform preventative maintenance, and troubleshoot manufacturing machinery, including HC-8A, HC-20, HC-11, PSG Slitters, HC-14, HC-16, HC-17, Desco top printers, Kase top printers, and all auxiliary equipment to process materials or products that meet quality, quantity, and timing requirements by customers. 

Utilization of all quality tools including, quality checks, attribute data, SPC, pareto charts, graphs, performance data, and calculations to monitor manufacturing process performance, and make proper adjustments as required.

Work effectively as a member of a process team, filling in for others as needed, adjusting quickly to changes and providing support and assistance to other team members.

Perform changeovers, clean-outs, and order verifications in flow lines.

Communicate with Rapid Problem Solvers in your area at shift change.

Be able to perform all other tasks as assigned by the supervisor.

Essential Job Functions

  1. Communicate clearly in English both verbally and written
  2. Wear appropriate required safety gear
  3. Attend work regularly and reliably
  4. Work flexible shifts and overtime as scheduled or directed
  5. Conformance to company performance rules such as work instructions, working standards, policies, etc.
  6. Conformance to behavioral rules, expectations, and company policies.
  7. Respond to process breakdowns, quality problems and logistic problems
  8. Follow the help chain when unable to resolve problems in the pre-determined time frame
  9. identify problems and record on problem solving boards
  10. Perform ICC audits and respond to the reaction plans making adjustments to the process, as necessary
  11. Make necessary adjustments and minor repairs to manufacturing and auxiliary equipment, including blender, regrinder, material handling equipment, etc
  12. Maintain accurate records, such as scrap/hold labels, shift productions summary, tool tagging, Gaylord labels, etc
  13. Provide appropriate communications and feedback to other RPS, support personnel, maintenance, process specialists, cycle personnel and supervisors
  14. Maintain and improve standardized work practices
  15. Support productivity improvements by team members
  16. Utilize root cause analysis to solve problems
  17. Manage problem countermeasure sheets
  18. Evaluate and test improvement ideas
  19. Assist in mistake proofing
  20. Identify improvements to eliminate waste
  21. Maintain and suggest improvement to housekeeping and 5s systems
  22. Maintain and improve manufacturing process performance to target such areas as quality, downtime, scrap, output, utilization, process monitoring, data recording, safety and housekeeping
  23. Train new RPS’s on the job
  24. Demonstrate awareness of and compliance with all pertinent safety policies and procedures
  25. Maintain a professional, clean and organized work environment