7 am - 7:15 pm Weekends / Sunday, Friday, Saturday
Hours: full-time position.
Competitive pay & benefits: paid overtime, health, dental, vision, paid time off, 401k with match…and more!
“Come Build your Career in our Growing, Fast-Paced, Customer-Focused Company that fosters Training & Professional Development!”
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
“Quality & Safety are Top Comar Priorities”
Learning to and with supervision can set up molds and establish process parameters in various molding machines using established documentation, tools, quality, and production concepts in accordance with established safety procedures.
Learning to and with supervision can start up machines to produce quality product within validated molding processes.
Learning to and with supervision can operate Injection Molding machines and auxiliary equipment to manufacture product which conforms to quality specifications, at the rated output.
Learning to and with supervision can perform and maintain safe and efficient tool and machine set-up, operation, and process capabilities to meet customer on-time delivery and quality expectations.
Learning to and with supervision can perform startups including completion of all required quality management system documentation.
For end-to-end molding through secondary packaging equipment: learning to and with supervision can troubleshoot quality/part issues by confirming plastic conditions and performing root cause analysis to determine true root cause solutions.
Learning to and with supervision can verify process parameters prior to start up and assure process is running to validated parameters.
Learning to and with supervision can identify machine problems and communicate to maintenance as required.
Learning to and with supervision can resolve basic mold issues and/or secondary packing equipment issues.
Learning to and with supervision can work with other molding team members to keep equipment running during breaks and callouts.
Learning to and with supervision can perform thorough product inspections and make appropriate decisions relative to product quality requirements.
Work flexible shifts and overtime as needed and maintain reliable attendance.
Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
Adhere to and communicate to others all plant Health, Safety and Quality guidelines and GMP.
Safety and Cleanliness
“We have put in place Covid-19 practices for our employees’ safety”
Adhere to safety policies.
Maintain a clean and safe work area and report any unsafe conditions to supervisor.
Wear company issued personal protective equipment (PPE) such as uniforms, gloves, masks, hairnets.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
“A Comar employee who will represent the customer and be the consumer’s advocate”
A High school or equivalent graduate with a minimum of 2 years of related experience as a Manufacturing Production Operator III or Set Up Mechanic.
Proficient in basic computer use with the ability to learn new systems quickly and efficiently.
Knowledge of raw materials and product quality specifications.
Proficient producing product with molds, mold, and packaging equipment.
Proficient with controlled documents (Work Instructions, Forms, Standard Operating Procedures, Safety & Quality specifications, etc.), preventative maintenance task lists and equipment manuals which pertain to operation of equipment.
An understanding of continuous improvement, six sigma or lean manufacturing concepts.
Vocational or trade school in related trade.
Pursuing RJG certification
Two (2) years of experience working in a manufacturing environment using Injection or Extrusion Blow Molding mold machines.
Good time management, organizational and communication skills to work independently and also in a team environment.
Self-motivated, conscientious, with a results-oriented mindset.
Ability to read and follow verbal and written instructions; write simple correspondence.
Proficient with computers – Can log into the Enterprise Resource Planning software, IQMS and accurately enter production data and complete production forms (batch record).
Basic math skills with the ability add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, percentages, and decimals.
Ability to use measuring devices such as Comparator, Dial indicator, Go/No Go gauges.
Use Quality Control instruments such as calipers, gram scales and magna mike.
Ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with demonstrated ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks and demands.
Strong technical aptitude, as well as analytical and problem-solving skills.
Possess sound judgment and ability to work efficiently with many competing demands.
Effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
Do you Enjoy Physical Work where you will…?
Stand for most of the work shift.
Use hands and fingers to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, crouch, bend, twist, and only occasionally sit.
Lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Heavier amounts can be moved with assistance of equipment.