Machine Process Operator (3rd Shift)

  • Full Time
  • Company: Lexmark
  • Boulder, CO, USA
  • $19/hr - $28/hr USD / Hour


Position Summary:

Process operators will be responsible for the manufacture of Lexmark supply products from base raw materials to finished goods according to established procedures. This position is also responsible for collecting samples, recording, and keeping track of the product produced. These roles must have some flexibility to work weekends based on demand and production need. Positions are available on all shifts(1st,2nd,3rd). Shift work is non-rotational.

Experience Options Available

Level I: No experience necessary, just a willingness to learn manufacturing techniques and follow safety procedures.
Level II: Minimum 1 year of production/manufacturing experience with basic manufacturing processes preferred. Willingness to learn key Lean concepts and start to engage in process/product improvement roles.
Level III: Minimum 3 years of production/manufacturing experience with high quality manufacturing processes. Proven capability to be self-directed and engage in process/product improvement initiatives.
Level IV (Autonomous maintenance / team lead): Minimum 5 years of experience in a manufacturing setting with capability to perform routine/preventative mechanical maintenance tasks (TPM) as well as experience working in quality labs around sensitive equipment.
Level V (Technical Operator Lead): Minimum 10 years of experience in a chemical manufacturing setting, trained in multiple areas and willing to lead TPM and process improvement projects.

Education: Minimum High School diploma or GED required

Salary Range

$19.00 to $28.00, plus shift differential as applicable (10.0% for 2nd shift & 12.5% for 3rd shift). All employees provided uniforms, PPE and tools as required. (Salary to be determined by the applicant’s education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities as well as internal equity and alignment with market data.)

Essential Duties And Responsibilities

Conduct all tasks in a safe and accurate manner
Flexibility to work in multiple areas as business needs change
Produce quality products according to company procedure and policies
Use a variety of personnel protective equipment as required by position
Adhere to all safety requirements throughout the shift and perform daily safety and maintenance checks on equipment
Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of production equipment, work surfaces, and tools
Ability to stand, crouch, lift, push and pull items and equipment of varying weights and sizes.
Ensure work areas are set for oncoming shifts and properly document daily shift notes for communication to oncoming employees
Assist in maintaining accurate inventory counts of supplies and materials for the manufacturing areas
Stand-Up and Sit-Down Fork Truck Operation Required for Toner and portions of Photoconductor
Check email and corporate communications daily.

Company Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision
Life and Disability insurances
Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
401K retirement savings plan
Parental Leave
Voluntary Life Insurance for employees, spouses, and children
Voluntary Critical Care and Accident Insurances for employees, spouses, and children
Career development opportunities and training available
Referral reward bonuses
Corporate discounts

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