Posted 2 weeks ago

Operator

Company: Blistex Inc
Category: Manufacturing

 Oak Brook

Type: Full Time

Blistex is seeking an Operator to join their team. This position operates all designated production lines in an efficient manner, with adherence to quality, safety, and material specification sheet guidelines. The incumbent is responsible for the setup, calibration, and operation of machining equipment used to produce or modify products. Works from written specifications, inspects machining operations, documents line performance, and compares finished product against specified quality tolerances. Some essential job functions are the following below. Click on Apply Now to see full details.

  • Checks items per Specification Sheet.
  • Completes In-Process Forms (for product, item, temperature, mixing speed, change in codes, or new items).
  • Ensures proper documentation, double-checks, and signs-off on all Quality Assurance, Line Release, Pick-Ticket paperwork, etc.
  • Uses assigned lot code certification to production order.
  • Ensures the proper set-up of the lot code for primary, secondary, and tertiary packaging (e.g., sticks, tubes, jar labels, cartons, blister cards, shipper labels, or bar code labels).
  • Ensures proper equipment set-ups (e.g., temperature, speed, mixing weights, seals, functionality of the packaging, correct count for WIP cases, proper skid configuration per specification sheet).
  • Ensures proper line clearances (i.e., keeping the area clear of any components other than order running on the line, log sheets, etc.).
  • Checks lot codes and expiration dates (e.g., ineligible codes, incorrect lot codes per SOP Lot Coding System, partial codes, unclear codes, and missing characters).
  • Checks the physical property of the product and finished product (e.g., bubbles, scraps on surfaces, foreign matter, color is within specification, no un-melted wax, aerated product, or inconsistent viscosity).
  • Checks for proper documentation while running the Line (e.g., Quality Assurance paperwork, hourly checks, SPC, Material Accountability, scrap reporting, proper product yield calculation, etc.).