Equipment Operator – Manufacturing

Equipment Operator – Manufacturing

Accepting Applications

SCHEDULES: 2:45pm-11pm and 10:45pm-7am


  • Health, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability, and voluntary life after 30 days of employment. Company pays 65% of health premium for employees and their family.
  • Company paid Life insurance equivalent to 1 year salary
  • 401k participation after 90 days ($1:$1 company match up to 4.5%)
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Tuition Assistance and Education discounts
  • Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays
  • Company uniform and protective footwear allowance
  • Recognition program, quarterly bonus program, skilled based increases, shift differentials and more!


  • Execute production line operations, (Blow mold/filler, labeler, packer machines) while maintaining safety, quality and making equipment adjustments as necessary to ensure product is produced within specifications.
  • Reject and remove products that are outside specifications.
  • Turn off and lock out equipment prior to changeover or repair.



  • Basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills required. This is normally acquired through a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Experience in a production operations environment preferred.
  • Experience using RFD or RFID scanners preferred.
  • Sit down double forklift experience preferred.
  • Manual dexterity required for operating machinery and computers.
  • Proficiency in operating a computer and navigating through various programs required.
  • Fluency in English language required.



Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. Work involves long periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, pulling, pushing and reaching for the duration of the shift.  Work may involve lifting of materials and product up to 50 pounds. Work may involve exposure to chemicals.  Working in this environment requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to: seatbelt use, eye safety glasses, hearing protectors, protective footwear, and hardhats. Clothing must be free of any frays, tears, strings, or embellishments.  For safety reasons, clothing should not be oversized or extremely loose fitting and shorts, if worn, should be a modest length.  Employees are required to wear USH company logo shirts and protective footwear.  Sleeveless shirts, open toe shoes, and jewelry are not permitted.