Manufacturing Operator

  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #76814

A chemicals/manufacturing client is looking for an onsite Manufacturing Operator that will perform rounds and readings of equipment, tank sampling and product transfers as needed, and preventive maintenance as required on all equipment.

LOCATION: Indianapolis, IN 46241, ONSITE
POSITION: Manufacturing Operator
CONTRACT: 3 months
PAY RATE: $19.64/hr.
SHIFT: Ability to work rotating shifts – day and/or nights at either the Company site

JOB SUMMARY

  • Our Cylinder Prep Technicians work to prep our cylinders and perform the work with the utmost regard for the safety and health of all involved. They understand and comply with all safety regulations and guidelines while on company or customer property. The Technician works in a team environment where collaboration and teamwork are critical to meeting the goals of the business.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Safely and efficiently operates their assigned processes to meet the day-to-day quality, production and productivity goals of the Company.
  • Understand and comply with the established Quality System and report any deficiencies and stop any plant operation if it is compromising the quality process
  • Effectively prioritizes their daily tasks working with the Production Leads and Production Supervisors.
  • Participate in monthly safety meetings and promote a safe work environment
  • Actively participate on the Company emergency response (ER) team including as an ER entry team member which requires wearing of a tight fitting full face respirator
  • Set-up, operate and monitor (pressure, temperature, weight) product transfill systems for the purpose of filing single or multiple containers with:
    • Pure atmospheric gases
    • Toxic or non-toxic liquid or gas phase products
    • Gas mixtures with two or more components
  • Reviews and suggest updates to the Standard Operating Procedures
  • Reviews and suggest updates to the Learning Resources for the processes
  • Completes their annual personal goals to achieve the plant goals and their own personal development goals
  • Perform the necessary fill calculations for weight and pressure additions.
  • Record all required product fill data on the appropriate production data forms and/or by computer entries.
  • Assembles and disassembles production equipment
  • Drives a culture of “”Do It Safe, Do It Right the First Time”” with their actions and their words on a daily basis
  • Successfully completes all assigned training
  • Cross-trains peers on approved functions

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  •  High School Diploma or GED.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Industrial/Manufacturing experience 1-3 years history.
  • Prior forklift experience is ideal. No requirement of forklift certifications
  • Outdoor and indoor work.
  • Fitness for duty, including but not limited to: ability to lift 50 pounds and have the ability to climb ladders.
  • Must be and remain clean shaven and able to wear a full face tight fitting respirator and a fully encapsulated (Level A) ER suit.
  • Ability to work rotating shifts – day and/or nights at either the Company site
  • Demonstrated positive attitude and safety-first attitude
  • Demonstrate ability to obtain proper assistance when confronted with problem situations
  • Ability to learn technical chemical processes quickly in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
  • Ability to interact effectively with others to accomplish daily tasks and achieve the plant’s goals
  • Ability to communicate concisely and effectively in written and verbal formats with stakeholders at multiple levels in the business
  • Ability to perform technical troubleshooting to resolve process issues
  • Self-starter with the ability to perform well under pressure and changing priorities
  • Steel toed shoes required.

About our Client:
Our client is a multinational company who aims to deliver innovative gas solutions and technologies to their customers in various industries, driving their performance and helping them reduce their environmental impact.

About APR:
Since 1980 APR Consulting, Inc. has provided professional recruiting and contingent workforce solutions to a diverse mix of clients, industries, and skill sets nationwide.

We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! If you feel your experience is the matched for this position, apply today and join our team. We look forward to working with you!

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About APR Consulting
APR Consulting, Inc., is one of the most trusted talent acquisition and workforce solutions providers in the United States. Known for exceptional responsiveness, agile strategies, and consistently high-level talent, the firm has become a go-to for organizations and managed services providers navigating complex change and urgent challenges. Since its founding in 1980, APR has transformed from a California IT-focused staffing firm to a full-service solutions provider filling a wide range of positions and serving over eight industries — including aerospace and defense, healthcare, IT, telecom, hospitality/gaming, sports/entertainment, government, and utilities –– in all 50 states, with a loyal roster of more than 850 specialized professionals.