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Machine Operator

Company: Economy Forms Corp
Location: Columbus
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

We believe in rising to a challenge, creating a vision, and providing a solution. We believe in dedication, hard work, and a job well done. We believe in superior service, strong relationships and building lasting impressions. Who are we? We are---EFCO.

At EFCO, we believe in helping those responsible for the construction of the world's concrete structures with a safe, reliable, and cost-efficient concrete formwork solution. We do this by engineering, designing, manufacturing, supplying and field servicing formwork and elevated slab shoring systems for concrete construction

The following list of job tasks and machine tools and equipment used is intended to be a representative example of the classification and may not include all of the functions of the classification.

Some of the job duties include:

* Operate punch press.
* Operate brake presses, hydraulic and mechanical.
* Operate O.B.I.'s and cycle Dyne heater.
* Operate bevelers.
* Operate material handling equipment.
* Assist A operators as assigned.
* Record labor accurately on work orders and timecards.
* Complete Quality Audit process.
* Clean and maintain work area daily.
* Perform routine preventative maintenance.
* Perform other tasks as assigned by supervision.


Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to read blueprints and read both metric and imperial dimensions accurately on tape. Must be able to meet the physical demands of the job.

Final candidates will be required to pass a post-offer pre-employment physical and drug screen.


We participate in E-Verify.

Keywords: Economy Forms Corp, Columbus , Machine Operator, Other , Columbus, Ohio

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