Machine Operator III (Monday-Friday - 6am-2pm)

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Employer is looking for Machine Operator III (Monday-Friday - 6am-2pm) in Roseville, MN. This local job opportunity with ID 731975 is live since 10/19/2017.

Company Overview:

Come be a part of Employer, the principal provider in payment card production and related services. Our Minnesota team is one of the largest prepaid providers in North America, specializing in industry-leading prepaid products such as debit and gift cards. From gas to groceries, these cards fuel the payment industry making it easy to purchase all of the things you and your family need for your busy lives. Work within a state of the art facility with a variety of best-in-class machines that keep us focused on meeting our customers’ needs and make everyday payments as easy as 1-2-3.

Position Summary:  AZ Operator (Secure): The average shift length for an Imaging Operator is 10 hours. Operators in imaging must be on their feet for the entire length of their shift. Their job involves continuous walking, and reaching at, above and below shoulders. Frequently the must bend, stoop, crouch, twist or turn. This job requires continuous repetitive motion. Equipment that Imaging Operators are required to operate includes imaging machines, pallet jacks, conveyor systems, tape dispensers and compressed air. They are also required to adjust and replace rolls of scratch off material that is applied to each card. They continually pick up stacks of cards and insert them into the machine for scanning and scratch off applications. This position requires the operator to focus on the running pace of the machine as well as the workflow of their assistant. The job sometimes requires the lifting of card containers weighing 30 lbs max. When card containers are loaded into boxes, a full box may weigh up to 60 lbs depending on the card stock.  The normal temperature of the work area is 70 degrees F, with 45% humidity. It is essential that Imaging Operators workers have good vision, including the ability to properly distinguish color. They are responsible for monitoring the operation of the machine and regulating the flow of their work and the assistant working with them.

 This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an entire list of all activities, tasks, and skills required of people in this position. 

Qualifications:

  • Good manual dexterity & Hand/Eye coordination
  • Good attention to detail
  • Effective verbal communication skills
  • Understand, speak and read English
  • Ability and willingness to lead small work groups of machine assistants
  • Respond to changing conditions
  • Meet physical requirements:
  • Stand or sit for long periods of time
  • Lift up to 50 pounds

Preferred Skills:

  • Computer experience
  • High mechanical aptitude
  • Strong troubleshooting skills
  • Printing or graphics experience
  • Manufacturing experience with a strong technology base
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