Equipment Operator I (2nd shift) (2012227)

Company Name:
Anaren Microwave
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Equipment Operator I (2nd shift)
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Job Description
This is an entry level position, which will work under close supervision and follow detailed instructions.
Ability to load and unload material from automated equipment with little set-up.
Maintain clean, safe and orderly work environment.
Ability to interpret and follow verbal and written work orders.
Run various machines throughout the day.
Clean and de-burr various product groups as needed.
Use various measuring tools as required.
Offer suggestions to improve/enhance processes.
Report any problems, defective materials, questionable conditions or unsafe conditions to supervisor or leader
Provide high quality and timely service to all internal customers.
Comply with and support company policies and programs regarding safety, security, ISO, EEO, OSHA and Continuous Improvement activities.
Work to develop customer relationships through collaboration, respect, professionalism, trust and integrity.
Listen to and understand customer requirements and take prompt, appropriate action that exceeds expectation.
Take personal ownership of internal and external customer issues.
Perform all other related duties as assigned.
Required Skills
Requires the ability to operate simple computer programs to run the equipment
Require the ability to read, perform simple calculations and basic computer skills
Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
Demonstrate the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced work environment.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
Required Experience
Education: High school diploma/GED
Experience: 0 - 1 years of related experience

Job Location
East Syracuse, New York, United States
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