Machine Operator II in Franklin, WI at Carlisle Interconnect Technologies

Date Posted: 9/9/2017

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Job Description


Under general supervision, the Machine Operator II has the ability to program and operate various machines and work centers in Fabrication. Maintains production runs and visually inspects parts to ensure quality and consistency, performs preventative maintenance on assigned machines and performs secondary operations on parts as assigned


* Operates and programs various machines and machine shop equipment under general supervision and makes direct supervisor aware of any problems as they occur.
* Maintains continuous and repetitive production runs to meet manufacturing requirements.
* Advanced interpretation and understanding of blueprints and shop orders to meet part specifications.
* Measures dimensions of finished work piece to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures.
* Maintains machines and removes and replaces broken or worn tools.
* Makes sure that workstation is clean, organized and free of hazardous materials.
* Is familiar with all factory safety procedures and guidelines.
* This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary

*Other duties may be assigned*


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

* High school diploma or equivalent
* 3 years related machine operator experience preferred
* Programming experience with Stryker Systems or related software is preferred
* Complete Machine Operator II training with a score of 80% or higher


Carlisle IT Franklin is a clean facility housing different kinds of machinery, equipment, processes and chemicals which produce potential hazards in the work environment such as: ergonomic, chemical, machine point of operation, and powered industrial vehicle traffic. These hazards are controlled through means of engineering controls, such as machine guarding, and administrative controls, such as safety policies and programs. In certain areas of the facility,

employees are required to wear Personal Protective equipment such as Hearing Protection, Safety Glasses, Safety Toe Shoes, and hand protection.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled


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