Machine Operator 1st shift

Key Accountabilities

To prepare and operate machines in a safe, efficient, and clean manner.


  • Responsible for the production of a quality product that meets all customer and regulatory requirements.

  • Effectively communicates as required with supervisor.

  • Assures that the necessary tools, settings and supplies are ready prior to production.

  • Maintains constant attendance to the machines and prevents other employees that are not trained on that machine from improper use.

  • Records and accounts for all materials used on the line for assigned shift.

  • Assists supervisor in maintaining the work areas in a clean and safe manner.

  • Makes minor machine adjustment, and informs the supervisor and the maintenance department when major repairs are required.

  • Records all down time due to machine malfunctions and reports them to the supervisor at the end of the shift.

Food Safety / Quality:

  • Adhere to all GMP's (Good Manufacturing Practices), such as good hand washing practices and adhering to the employee hygiene plan.

  • Follow all USDA guidelines

  • Report any issues regarding food safety or quality to supervision and/or quality assurance

  • Comply with customer requirements when applicable

Required Skills

Skills, Experience & Qualifications

  • Good communications skills, hard working, dependable, safety conscious

  • Read, write English and know basic math.

  • Minimum 6 months of production experience.

  • Able to operate mechanical and electrical machines.

  • Work Schedule:1st shift 5:45 AM - 3:00PM Some Weekends

  • High School Diploma/Equivalent preferred.

ARYZTA is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (AA/EOE)

Required Experience
Job Location
Romeoville, IL

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