Machine Operator

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Select Family of Staffing Companies
Weekly paychecks Health Care Other Great Benefits
Currently seeking an experienced machine operator that will be responsible for operating machines and equipment related to the lamination of flexible materials using pressure sensitive adhesives.
Working hours: 3:30pm - 2:00am Monday - Thursday
Pay Rate: $14 - $15/hr DOQ
Location: Chaska, MN
Required Skills
Issue materials based off yield calculations that are estimated on the job traveler
Perform inspection using calipers and/or a visual inspection of the product before, during, and after lamination
Ability to read and understand blueprints
Comply with work & safety rules
Ability to perform basic computer data entry using specific software
Ability to perform basic math computations
Required Experience
Minimum of 3 years operating machinery/equipment in a manufacturing environment (preferably in the field of lamination, die cutting, or kiss cutting
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Potential Select benefits include health insurance, dependent care assistance accounts, referral bonuses, and safety incentives, as well as the best temporary, part-time, and full-time positions available in today's growing job market.
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