Machine Operator

Machine Operator

job details:

  • location:Lockport, IL

  • salary:$14. 36 per hour

  • date posted:Friday, October 26, 2018

  • experience:Entry Level

  • job type:Temp to Perm

  • reference:S_698890

  • questions:shirley. guardia@randstadusa. com630-972-4283

job description

Machine Operator

A production warehouse in Lockport area is looking for machine operators to join their team!

Machine Operator

  • Located in Lockport

  • Temp to perm

  • A lot of manditory overtime, 56 hour work week

  • $14. 36

  • Inspecting product

  • Physical handling of product, materials, supplies


Mon 8pm-8am

Tues Off

Wed 12am-8am

Thur 12am-12pm

Fri 12am-8am

Sat 12am-8am

Sun 12am-8am


Job duties:

  • Taking final product out of the molding machine

  • loading and unloading plastic drums

  • Inspecting and trimming access plastic peices

  • Moving product around on pallets via manual pallet jack

Working hours: 12:00 AM - 8:00 AM



  • MUST have 6 months of RECENT warehouse experience

  • Able to stand on feet all day

  • Customer product can be heavy, must be able to lift 50 pounds consistently

  • Constant bending and stacking

  • Willingness to consent to background check and drug screen


No Degree Required


Entry Level


For immediate consideration please apply online or email Shirley. guardia@randstadusa. com

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