Job BriefYamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. For over 37 years, has manufactured high quality rotationally molded plastic products for national and international markets with parts for the recreational marine, industrial, agricultural, waste, lawn and garden, medical and others.Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. The Assembler will support secondary operations. Main responsibilities include trimming, assembly, and testing of product received from the presses, ensuring all product is packed according to Yamaha-Kracor quality standards.Specific duties include, but are not limited to:Demonstrate support of the Yamaha-Kracor Vision and Culture through verbal and physical actions of the Yamaha-Kracor Heritage, Traditions, Shared Values, Process Elements, Traits and Behaviors.Responsible for Safety, Quality, Production Efficiency and Continuous Improvements in production.Actively work to minimize Quality Returns, Quality Holds, and Powder Loss.Accurately read, understand and follow production schedule and set-up sheets.Accurately complete daily production paperwork and press documentationInspect parts and products for potential defects or suspicious qualityPackage parts at pressPromote and enforce a tour-ready safe work environment, every day.Ensure proper operation of all molds by checking clamps, plugs and parting lines per each rotation.Partner with all shifts ensuring effective communication is established and shift hand-offs are proactive in nature.Work as a Team MemberAuthority to shutdown machines for repairs, quality, or safety concerns.Build knowledge and skill base as an Operator in training.May be required to perform other tasks as needed.Requirements:Tools: Hand tool experience, such as drilling, wrenching, and using a hand routerCommunication:Verbal: Expresses self clearly and effectively when talking/listening to individuals and groups.Reading: Must be able to understand written English language.Cooperation: Works well with and Positively supports others.Flexibility: Positively reacts to a constantly changing environment.Independence: Takes actions based on personal convictions. Does not rely solely on the opinions of others. Interdependence: Participates well as both Employee and Team Member.Integrity: Maintains the normal standards of ethics, conduct and organizational policies in job-related activities.Interpersonal Relationships: Maintains effective relationships with others.Learning ability: Has the ability and desire to learn new information.Above average problem solving skillsDriven by one’s own need to succeedSix months factory experience preferred, but not required.
Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Milwaukee, U.S.
Polykon Manufacturing LLC is seeking a Chemical Operator to join their team in the Sandston, VA area. As a valued member of the team, you can expect: · Excellent Compensation! – Starting at $19 up to $22/hr with $1.00 shift differential with an annual paid bonus· 100% paid health insurance benefits with and HRA account funded– Including medical, dental, vision, 401k matching up to 6%· Advancement opportunities – If desired, there will be opportunities for you to advance to higher level roles · Best of Both Worlds – Enjoy working for a smaller manufacturer with the backing of Air Liquide, a multinational leader in industrial gases.· New Facility– Polykon just opened their facility in Sandston in 2020 where you will be able to enjoy working with the latest equipment and technologies.· Supportive team culture – This is a company that wants to provide you with the support you need to be successful in your role. From the management staff to your production coworkers, everyone is eager and willing to help each other be the best they can be. Qualifications:· Experience in industrial environment.· Experience with chemical handling or processingEssential Functions: · Work in a team environment and execute manufacturing procedures and work instructions to produce cosmetic ingredients according to the manufacturing schedule.· Attention and adherence to safety and quality standards are requirements of this position, as this person will be in (indirect) contact with process chemicals and final product.· Execute instructions on batch records as written· Complete documentation according to Good Documentation Practices (GDP)· Operate manufacturing equipment according to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)· Execute equipment cleaning according to approved cleaning procedures· Take in-process samples from manufacturing equipment and performs analysis· Understand manufacturing processes and equipment operation· Understand manufacturing processes and equipment operation· Monitor equipment performance during batch processing· Report deviations (non-conformance) to management· Report near-miss incidents or accidents in a timely manner· Perform housekeeping and inform maintenance of equipment concerns· Recommends improvements to manufacturing methods· May participate in root cause investigations and participate in 5S studies· A cents EUR 1 COMPETENCY / SKILLS· Basic understanding of chemical manufacturing processes· Good understanding of industrial safety practices· Good understanding of basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)· Understanding of Good Documentation and Manufacturing Practices· Good ability to read and understand company procedures (SOP's)· Ability to read and understand technical drawings, use computers, and company software· Good communication skills· Ability to drive forklift· Self-starter and motivated to complete work in a safe manner with high quality level
Careerbuilder • Richmond, U.S.