Plastic Machine Operator - Air MI

As our Plastic Machine Operator I (PMO I), you'll provide technical assistance and support needed to operate machinery within Nike Air Manufacturing Innovation. You'll set-up, run and adjust manufacturing equipment per specialized standards. You'll fill out production documentation, perform raw material management, conduct mixing and blending of raw material components, manage finished goods packaging, and conduct the grinding of production scrap, in addition to supporting Lean Manufacturing principles.

We currently have the following shifts:

  • A Shift: Monday - Thursday: 5:12 am to 5:12 pm (Days)
  • B Shift: Monday - Thursday: 5:12 pm to 5:12 am (Nights)
  • C Shift: Friday - Sunday: 5:12 am to 5:12 pm (Days)
  • D Shift: Friday - Sunday: 5:12 pm to 5:12 am (Nights)


Qualifications


  • High School diploma or GED
  • 1-3 years' experience within a manufacturing, military, or a technical trade
  • Experience within a plastics manufacturing environment is highly preferred
  • Machine set-up and troubleshooting experience highly preferred
  • Proven mechanical aptitude and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to remove molds and tooling weighing between 30 to 70 lbs.
  • Ability to utilize torque wrenches and various other hand tools while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment
  • Ability to calculate basic math problems including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, using fractions and decimals and an understanding of weight and measurement
  • Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less and at 20 feet or more
  • Ability to identify and distinguish product clarity and apparent defects while monitoring the product process
  • Knowledge of general manufacturing principles of mechanical, electrical, electronics, hydraulics and pneumatics
  • Experience working in a team environment to meet production goals
  • Proven ability to handle multiple requests and competing priorities in order to meet production deadlines


  • High School diploma or GED
  • 1-3 years' experience within a manufacturing, military, or a technical trade
  • Experience within a plastics manufacturing environment is highly preferred
  • Machine set-up and troubleshooting experience highly preferred
  • Proven mechanical aptitude and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to remove molds and tooling weighing between 30 to 70 lbs.
  • Ability to utilize torque wrenches and various other hand tools while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment
  • Ability to calculate basic math problems including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, using fractions and decimals and an understanding of weight and measurement
  • Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less and at 20 feet or more
  • Ability to identify and distinguish product clarity and apparent defects while monitoring the product process
  • Knowledge of general manufacturing principles of mechanical, electrical, electronics, hydraulics and pneumatics
  • Experience working in a team environment to meet production goals
  • Proven ability to handle multiple requests and competing priorities in order to meet production deadlines



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