Production Operator - Washingtonville
For more than 110 years, Chicago-based USG has been a leader in producing innovative, award-winning products and systems to build everything from major commercial developments and residential housing to home improvements. USG's nearly 9,000 employees are committed to the highest levels of customer satisfaction and quality in everything we do. Our steadfast commitment to the company's core business values – innovation, quality, integrity, service, diversity, efficiency and safety – have helped us become the company we are today.
Our employees believe strongly in what we do – in fact, 92% of our manufacturing employees surveyed anonymously said that they would recommend USG products to a friend. And we take care of our employees. We offer benefits on Day 1, including medical and dental, paid sick days, and paid vacation and holidays. Plus, providing competitive pay and separate investment and retirement plans help secure our employees’ futures. Each year, we have hundreds of employees who celebrate their 25th, 35th, and even 45th service anniversaries with us, providing a family atmosphere for those who make a career with us. Find out how you can join the team and build your career: http://www.usg.com/content/usgcom/en/about-usg/careers.html.
We are currently opening a new shift and have openings for Production Operators.
Responsible for making equipment adjustments to ensure proper specifications are met
Responsible for performing quality checks and recording results
Responsible for changing settings on equipment during changeovers
Responsible for properly recording all production numbers into MDIS system
- Responsible for performing some routine maintenance on equipment
- Able to work in a manufacturing setting in a safe manner and follow all plant safety rules and practices. Maintain a high standard for housekeeping within the work area.
Computer skills needed for data entry and reporting. Process will involve quality data or require comments related to the production/loading operation.
Read and complete documented inspection procedures. Follow instructions on printed work orders to complete assigned tasks.
Familiar with common hand tools and how to properly use them (hammer, wrench, screwdrivers, pliers, putty knife, etc.)
Demonstrate the ability to cooperate with co-workers in areas of safety, quality, production/maintenance, and understand importance of completing assigned tasks and their relationship to other requirements.
Trained or have the ability to be trained in the safe operation of a forklift and all equipment associated with driving a forklift