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Chemical Operator l


Summary: This responsibility includes being a member of the Fuller Maintenance team, as well as Chemical Department, no two days are the same because Chemical operators make hundreds of products on 9 different lines. Chemical Operator help put floor cleaners, waxes, hand sanitizers, disinfectants, and many other cleaning products into gallons, quarts, bags and variety of other containers. These products are used in schools, health care, food grade manufacturing and other business. Operator II and III – Responsibilities includes but is not limited to the operations of the various production equipment, hand assembly, packing, and loading material in machines, reworks, etc. Essential  Duties:  Work in various departments following the applicable Skill Set Grouping (SSG) Operate production machinery and equipment, according to work instructions and/or under the direction of supervision Assemble products according to work instructions, drawings, and specifications or under the direction of supervision Load raw material, subassemblies, components or packing material into production or processing equipment Pack subassemblies or finished product in totes, cartons, etc Apply labels or other identification to finished products according to specifications Perform visual inspection of work performed Perform routine in-process and finished product quality checks using gauges, fixtures, templates, scales, etc Accurately count and record completed work and material consumption Repair or rework defective products or subassemblies Perform minor machine set up and adjustments Perform routine Preventative Maintenance (lubrication, cleaning, etc.) on machines and production equipment Operate manual material handling equipment Being present at work and adhering to assigned work schedule Overtime when required

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, or Experience

Qualifications: Candidates must have the ability to carry out instructions provided in written, oral, or diagrammatic form. Ability to learn new tasks as assigned required. Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance desired. Industry specific on-the-job training provided. Language Skills: Must be able to read, write and speak English, bilingual a plus. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid driver’s license required. High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred; some high school education required. Physical Demands: Essential functions can require: - Stand, sit, or walk for extended periods of time. - Use hands to touch, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls. - Reach with hands and arms. - Talking or hearing. - Occasional walking; - Stoop; kneel; crouch. - Lifting/handling: exert up to 50 pounds occasionally; up to 20 pounds of force frequently; and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. - Vision: color; close; peripheral vision; depth perception; and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment: Work is performed under generally good conditions with some machine noise, fumes, oil, and dirt present. Adequate lighting, ventilation is present.  Extreme outdoor temperatures will influence the temperature in the production area.  Exposure to usual minor shop injuries such as cuts bruises, burns and sprains are inherent in the job.  Some exposure to more serious hazards; however, probability of serious injury will be minimized by adherence to established safety regulations. Training will be provided to personnel who may occasionally wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. He or she will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his or her supervisor.

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