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Luxfer Magtech is Hiring!!! 

Who is Luxfer Magtech?  Glad you asked.  Luxfer Magtech is one of our country's premier government manufacturing contractors.  Some of our products are designed to safeguard and protect our nations military and first responders.  While others are used to meet people in their hour of need through the disaster recovery efforts of the Red Cross and other government agencies around the world.  But we need people who want to join us in our mission to support, safeguard and protect the people in these agencies and their noble work.  

One of our areas of need is for Machine Operators.  The Machine Operator position is responsible for setting up, maintaining and operating machinery used to create our products.   Specific job responsibilities include: 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure the machine is in proper working order prior to the beginning of each shift.
  • Works safely following all Company and OSHA safety protocols, including proper use of PPE
  • Maintains clean work area including requirements for tools and equipment
  • Trouble shoot minor machine adjustments to control product quality. 
  • Strictly adhere to client job specification and ensure good quality work.
  • Ensure timely preparation and availability of all production materials to avoid shortage during production. 
  • Demonstrates a positive attitude, willing to train in multiple jobs and participates in continuous improvement initiatives
  • Report to supervisor(s) regularly, keeping them updated on production activities and progress.
  • Meets daily production requirements set for machine while maintaining efficiency and quality standards

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Proven experience as a machine operator, preferably with high-speed machinery and measurement tools
  • General understanding of production procedures
  • Analytical skills, with high attention to detail
  • Strong work ethic and attendance record, with availability for overtime (as needed)
  • Teamwork and communication skills
  • Physical stamina and strength.  Standing, stooping, bending and occasional lifting to 30lbs daily.
  • High school diploma or equivalent; technical degree is a plus

In addition to a competitive hourly wage, Luxfer Magtech offers competitive benefits including: 

  • Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurances
  • Benefit eligibility on first full month from hire date
  • 12 Paid Holidays
  • Shift Differential for 2nd Shift
  • 401k match, up to 6% & Employee Stock Purchase Program
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Career advancement opportunities 

Luxfer Magtech is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

 

 

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