Colonial Coffee Roasters, Inc.

Miami , FL

Production Machine Operator

Colonial Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Miami, FL Full time
Posted on February 1, 2018

Job Purpose: To complete scheduled production by machine operation. Duties: - To load and unload items from pallets. - Adjust valves to regulate flow of gas. - Perform troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and sanitation procedures. - Inform appropriate manufacturing personnel and/or supervisor of machine performance irregularities to minimize the impact of production downtime. - Minimize production scrap, including materials and product. - Maintain a safe, clean and organized work environment. Operate equipment with safety devices in place, and follow all safety procedures and regulations. Skills/Qualifications: 1. Mechanical aptitude to troubleshoot minor machine failures, and make minor adjustments. 2. Ability to work in a team environment. 3. Must be able to sit/stand for extended periods of time. 4. Must be able to lift 65 pounds. 5. Dependable with a desire to learn and grow with the company. Entry Salary 12/hour. Please email resume to:




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