Kodak Chemical (SPT - NTP) Operator in Columbus, Georgia
19377BRPosition Title:Chemical (SPT - NTP) OperatorPosition Description:
Kodak is hiring!
We are looking for an NTP/SPT Operator, this is a dual role that combines Chemical production and internal distribution.
Safety: Perform all job functions within the safety guidelines and regulations.
Production: With emphasis on Safety, Environmental Impact and Quality, while maintaining high Company standard, and while working as a team within the SPT/NTP department, communicate to supply internal customers with consistent service.
NTP: To safely process all production chemicals, solids and effluents within established permits and environmental and regulatory requirements to prevent loss of production.
SPT: To supply internal customers with consistent sensitized mixes in a timely fashion and in the correct quantity. To safely process all production chemicals, solids and hazardous materials, exceeding environmental and regulatory requirements. Work to assure that inventory and product flow are maintained through SAP system.
Product/Process Development: Work with Team Lead and internal and external sources in development - to production/marketing approval - new and re-formulated products and assure process capabilities within strict guidelines for safety and quality. (Work where directed or needed, internally or externally, to support fellow employees and Company policies/principles, assuring continuous improvement in all aspects of the operation.
Regulatory/Environmental: Assure all regulatory and environmental aspects of the operation are maintained as prescribed by company procedures and good work practice.
Operations/Financials: Assure areas under responsibility are maintained within high standard expected and personally operate with emphasis to control cost.
Knowledge and Skills required (entry level):
Understanding of the metric system for chemical dispensing.
Basic math skills, working with metric system.
Working knowledge of personal computers and related software.
Communications skills (verbal, written) including willingly sharing skills and knowledge and following detailed instructions.
Ability to adapt to changing priorities and meet deadlines.
Must be able to work using a respirator.
Preferred: Certified/experience with a sit-down fork truck. (Required, will train.)
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or GED.
Preferred: 1 to 3 years of experience as a Chemical Operator, Process Line Operator or dealing with product quality
Able to lift up to 50 pounds (occasionally) and up to 10 pounds (frequently)
Works in close proximity to heavy, hazardous industrial manufacturing equipment and process/coating chemicals.
Frequent bending, stooping, twisting, reaching away from body and above shoulders; pushing, pulling, lifting, repetitive use of hands and walking and standing for majority of shift.
Able to work a 12-hour rotating shift.
Work in areas outside, and inside where air conditioning and heat control is not provided.
Critical Success Factors:
Personal Integrity - Applies common sense and good judgment in all business dealings. Understands and obeys all laws and regulations as they pertain to our business and takes great care to protect organization from exposure to liability. Is widely trusted. Enhances reputation of the organization through the consistent application of the highest standards of business conduct.
Computer Competence - Experience using word processing, graphics, and desktop publishing software to produce training support materials, job-aids, and correspondence. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, SAP and E-mail systems.
Customer Commitment - Puts the customer first in all aspects of work. Understands who his/her customers are and focuses all work process toward the achievement of total customer satisfaction. Communicates commitments and meets or exceeds them every time. Demonstrates in both words and actions that meeting customer needs is a priority. Communicates this to others. Drives this value throughout the organization by developing others and being a champion for customer satisfaction.
Verbal/Written Communication - Demonstration of exceptional verbal skills in interpersonal interactions and so that intended purpose is achieved. Preparing written material that follows generally accepted rules of style and form, is appropriate for the audience, is creative, and accomplishes the intended purpose.
Insight and Judgment - Uses common sense, maintains confidentiality, readily admits to errors, and effectively uses the culture and politics of the organization.
Flexibility - Open to change and new information; adapts behavior and work methods in response to new information, changing conditions, or unexpected obstacles; adjusts rapidly to new situations warranting attention and resolution; willing to champion new ideas and methods, despite opposition, when the organizational benefits outweigh the costs.
Position Number:19377BRCareer Area:ManufacturingMinimum Education Level:High School Diploma or GEDPosition Type:Full TimeGeographic Location:USA - GA - ColumbusExperience Level:3-6 Years EOE Policy Statement:Kodak is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applicants are free to apply without regard to race, color, religion, sex/gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, national origin, age, disability or veteran status or any other Federal or State legally protected classes. Read our EOE Policy Statement.Employment Sponsorship Notification:Any candidate/applicant requiring sponsorship now or in the future for employment visa status will not be considered for this position. Kodak as an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage you to look for jobs where sponsorship will be provided.