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Mid Oregon Personnel

Machine Operator

Business: Mid Oregon Personnel
Weekly Hours: Full-time
Hourly/Salary Range: 20$ per hour up to $22 an hour
Posting Date: 06/18/2024

Job Description:


20$ per hour up to $22 an hour dependent on experience. 5:30am to 4pm Monday to Thursday. Some overtime work on Fridays.


Team player
Maintain a safe & clean work area
Operating a steel door machine, table saw, & other power tools
Machining steel doors to specific specifications & assembling pre-hung units.
Use air tools, drills and drill press among other tools.
There will be assembling of units and other manual labor.
Occasionally picking doors & hardware for the shop.
Occasionally picking shelf items, manually wrapping them & staging them in the truck bays
Reading & comprehending specifications, templates, etc.
Follow safety procedures to prevent injuries while lifting and moving of materials
Performs miscellaneous related duties as assigned
Willing to work over-time as needed
Must always adhere to all PPE requirements
The Machine Operator will work in a high performance work organization on a cross functional team that utilizes a peer review performance process to develop multiple skills in several different areas of the operation. The position is based on a pay for skills measurement of the operator’s ability to perform multiple tasks and work within a team environment to apply those skills as best fits the needs at hand. Operators need to be cooperative and willing to apply their skills and rotate positions on a regular basis to make the team successful.

· Read, understand and follow production schedules. Process transactions. Set up and adjust equipment.

· Gather materials as needed. Perform quality checks.

· Operate motorized equipment (ie forklift, KVAL lifts, etc.) as needed. Perform minor preventative maintenance and operator care as required.

· Assist Management, Maintenance and Quality personnel when troubleshooting equipment, process or material issues.

· Communicate effectively for flow of product through the mill.

· Maintain downtime records and production information as appropriate.

· Perform housekeeping duties.

· Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned.

· Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.

· Work safely and follow safety rules and procedures.

· Work on a computer. Use a Tape Measure, Caliper.

· Use Hand and power tools. Use Table Saw, Grinders. Drive Fork Truck, use push carts.

· Basic reading and writing skills.

· Ability to add and subtract fractions and whole numbers, convert fractions to decimals.

· Chemicals/adhesives.

Lift up to 30 lbs frequently (up to 50 percent in an 8 hour day). Lift 30-60lbs regularly (up to 30 percent in an 8 hour day). Lift 60+ lbs occasionally (up to 25 percent in an 8 hour day). Push/Pull 100lbs with assistance seldom (up to 13percent in an 8 hour day). Kneel occasionally (up to 25percent in an 8 hour day). Squat occasionally (up to 25percent in an 8 hour day). Stoop frequently (up to 25percent in an 8 hour day). Work with extended arms seldom (up to 13percent in an 8 hour day). Stand in one spot for long periods.


Interested in other Central Oregon jobs? Check out our website: www.midoregonpersonnel.com

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $20.00 – $22.00 per hour

Expected hours: 40 per week


Paid time off

10 hour shift
Ability to Commute:

Prineville, OR 97754 (Required)
Ability to Relocate:

Prineville, OR 97754: Relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: In person


Application Instructions:

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