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How Does One Become A Machine Operator

In all industries of the industrial sector, there is always the need for a machine operator. In industries like food processing, automobile or vehicle production, construction and electronic manufacturing, there should be a professional to operate and maintain various industrial machines, tool and equipment effectively and efficiently. A machine operator's job functions vary in the production environment they work in.

How does one become a machine operator? It does not take for you to have a college degree to be come one as a high school diploma or GED should be sufficient. After obtaining your diploma or passing your GED, you will need to enroll at a vocational or technical college to take up the appropriate technical or mechanical courses. Most technical or mechanical courses can take up to a few months to 3-4 years.

At the course of your schooling, you will improve your math skills and learn to analyze complex schematics, blueprints, diagrams and graphs and solve problems that hound all machines. It is important for the operator to know how machines work, how to increase the performance, repair errors or know why they do not work. Most importantly, they will also learn how to use and manipulate machine tools, including computer technologies (the CAD/CAM technology, for instance).

But the most important part of the education is to undergo an on-the-job training. Such is the requisite to receiving your certification. After receiving your certification, you can then apply for work at any manufacturing or production company, beginning at apprentice positions.

The job of a machine operator can be a high risk job. Much has been reported about operators injuring themselves from operating dangerous tools. It is important for operators to observe the highest level of safety and workmanship.

Machine operators are still in demand in many industries despite the prevalence of computer-assisted production methods.
 

Hot Machine Operator Jobs in NC

Operator I, Machine Operator
CareFusion - Creedmoor, NC
Job Title: Operator I, Machine Opr Job Family Group (Function): Manufacturing Job Family: Machine... Job Family Summary Machine Operation sets up and...
Posted 22 days ago (2014-07-09)
Metal Machine Operator Laser Operator Assembly Person
Triad Employment - High Point, NC
Description: 3 open positions 1. An experienced laser Operator, 1st shift 2. A machine operator, experienced with metal fab macines such as punch brake press...
Posted 10 days ago (2014-07-21)
Machine/Assembly Operator
IMI Staffing, LLC - Burlington, NC
injection molding industry. Job Description: MACHINE OPERATOR CCP is a minority owned (QS9000 / ISO9002... secondary services. Machine Operator Job Description...
Posted 10 days ago (2014-07-21)
Machine Operator I
Eaton Corporation - North Carolina
Job DescriptionEaton's Lagrange facility has an opening for a Machine Operator I. SUMMARY OF POSITION: This position is accountable to operate injection molds...
Posted 7 days ago (2014-07-24)
SUPV I PRODUCTION
TE Connectivity - Greensboro, NC
evaluations, and discipline.Provides reports such as production, scrap and machine/operator/set up rates.Directs production activities according to established...
Posted 7 days ago (2014-07-24)