Due to growth at Sterling Industries, we have openings for Machine Operators Monday through Thursday on first shift (6:30am-4:30pm) and second shift (2pm – 12am). The Machine Operator will use of company resources (materials and equipment) to produce products to specification, on time, and complete to meet or exceed the expectations of our customers.
- Set up and operating of production equipment in accordance with work instructions and process parameters by utilizing metrology equipment
- Completion of production documentation (work orders, TPM’s, control plans) in accordance with the quality management system
- Identification of non-conforming product
- Keeps equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements.
- Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
- Conserves resources by optimizing use of equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.
- Movement of materials within the production work space
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
- Ability to work in a safe manor in accordance with safety policies within the production environment
- Must have basic math skills (decimal systems, subtraction, addition)
- Attention to detail and the ability to follow work instructions
- Experience in manufacturing and quality systems
- Previous machine operating experience
- Ability to keep a positive attitude
- Excellent communication skills
- High School Diploma
- Technical analysis and problem solving ability
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule
- Team Player
- Physical ability to lift 50 lbs
Full time employees are offered a comprehensive benefit package including:
- Health care through United Health Care
- $1,000 deductible plan,
- $6,000 deductible plan
- Dental through Delta Dental
- Vision through Eyemed
- Long term disability and $20k life insurance through Mutual of Omaha
- 401K (90 days)
- 1:1 match up to 5% of annual income
- 2 weeks paid vacation
- Goes to 3 weeks after 5 years
- Goes to 4 weeks after 10 years