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Chemical Operator
Ref No.: 18-11622
Location: Salisbury, North Carolina
Hours: While in training, employees generally work day shift (6:30-3pm or 7am-7pm). Once trained, he/she will begin rotating on the 12 hours. The schedule is a 2, 3 pattern. Example: Tuesday, Wednesday 7am - 7pm Thursday, Friday off Saturday, Sunday, Monday 7pm – 7am Tuesday, Wednesday off Thursday, Friday 7am – 7pm Saturday, Sunday, Monday off
Qualifications:
This position is responsible for the production of chemical adhesives in a manufacturing environment. Once trained, our Chemical Operators generally use the forklift daily. Although not continuous. • Must possess a moderate level of knowledge of handling and safety characteristics of routinely used raw materials and finished goods. • Chemical handling experience preferred or 3-5 years related experience in a production environment. • Demonstrated ability to work with others in a respectful manner and as a member of the team, working with all to achieve all goals set forth in the department. • Must be self-motivated and a strong team player. • High school diploma, technical school graduate or general education diploma (GED). • Strong commitment to safety systems and OSHA required standards. While in training, employees generally work day shift (6:30-3pm or 7am-7pm). Once trained, he/she will begin rotating on the 12 hours. The schedule is a 2, 3 pattern. Example: Tuesday, Wednesday 7am - 7pm Thursday, Friday off Saturday, Sunday, Monday 7pm – 7am Tuesday, Wednesday off Thursday, Friday 7am – 7pm Saturday, Sunday, Monday off If an employee is working the 1st/2nd rotation, the schedule is one week first shift (6:30am – 3:00pm) and then 2nd shift (2:30 – 11:00pm) the following week. All candidates will go through Light Industrial testing first, given the work environment they will be in. After candidates test, they will be called back at a later date for interview. All candidates must be specific and detailed on their Resume submissions, explaining any gaps in employment.

Responsibilities:
Operation of process equipment to make products in the department with minimal supervision. Must be able to follow written instruction to the letter and notify management if written instruction could be improved ie: safety, efficiency or quality. Ability to maintain data logs which include time, weights, temperatures, pressure, all legibly and timely. Troubleshooting of process and equipment to identify potential problems. Ability to follow all SHE requirements implemented by Henkel as well as state and federal mandates that apply to our product and raw material inventory. Willing to cross-train on all manufacturing equipment on the AE plant system. Provide operator training to other plant 98 employees as appropriate. Provide emergency services and general direction to other employees in the event of a plant emergency. Computer proficiency (lotus notes, excel, internet, windows, SAP) Complete compliance with all site safety procedures and equipment operation