As a Production Operator at Coca-Cola, you play a vital role in ensuring the smooth and efficient production of Coca-Cola beverages.
You work closely with a team of skilled professionals to operate and maintain the production equipment, monitor the production process, and uphold quality standards. Your contributions directly impact the availability and consistency of Coca-Cola products enjoyed by millions worldwide.
Key Responsibilities of a Production Operator at Coca-Cola
Working as a Production Operator at Coca-Cola involves a range of responsibilities that require precision, attention to detail, and a strong focus on safety. Some of the key responsibilities include:
1. Operating Production Equipment
As a Production Operator, you will be responsible for operating and controlling various production equipment such as filling machines, labeling machines, and packaging equipment. You must ensure the equipment operates smoothly, troubleshoot any issues that arise, and perform routine maintenance tasks.
2. Monitoring Production Process
Maintaining optimal production conditions is crucial to ensure the highest quality standards are met. As a Production Operator, you will closely monitor the production process, including temperature, pressure, and flow rates, to identify any deviations and take corrective measures promptly.
3. Quality Control
Ensuring the quality and consistency of Coca-Cola products is of utmost importance. As a Production Operator, you will conduct regular quality checks throughout the production process, adhering to strict quality control guidelines.
You will also be responsible for sampling products, performing tests, and recording data to maintain the highest product standards.
4. Maintaining Safety Standards
Safety is a top priority in Coca-Cola’s production facilities. Production Operators are responsible for following safety protocols, wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and ensuring a safe working environment for themselves and their colleagues. You will also receive training on emergency procedures and be prepared to respond effectively in case of any unforeseen incidents.
5. Troubleshooting and Problem-solving
In a fast-paced production environment, unexpected challenges may arise. As a Production Operator, you must possess excellent problem-solving skills to identify issues, troubleshoot equipment malfunctions, and implement solutions promptly. Your ability to think critically and make quick decisions is essential for maintaining uninterrupted production.
6. Collaboration and Communication
Collaboration and effective communication are vital for success as a Production Operator at Coca-Cola. You will work closely with cross-functional teams, including maintenance technicians, quality control personnel, and supervisors. Clear communication ensures smooth coordination and efficient problem resolution, contributing to overall productivity
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- Job Type: Full Time
- Qualification: BA/BSc/HND
- Experience: 2 years
- Location: Not specified
- Job Field: Engineering / Technical , Manufacturing
About the Job
- The Technical Operator reports to the Shift Team Leader and is responsible for ensuring shift/line production plan execution by optimizing performance.
- He/She is also responsible for ensuring Operational Health and Safety, Production Output and Product Quality while minimizing the impact on the environment.
- Operate and Maintain Manufacturing Equipment and Utilities.
- Deploy Engineering Technical Skills to Ensure Equipment Availability at all times and Operate at OEM’s Rated capacity.
- Deliver output associated with a production line for maximum effectiveness and efficiency.
- Executes machine start-up, continuous operation, shut down, and changeover following the standard operating procedure in a safe way to avoid risks of damage or waste.
- Controls relevant standard process parameters by means of reference tables.
- Reads and interprets values on screens, monitors, and other relevant measuring instruments/devices.
- Follows standard cleaning and sanitizing procedures – Operating with the usage and methodologies of the proper tool.
- Makes certain that shift reports for own area of responsibility are prepared on time and according to agreed requirements.
Educational Qualification and Experience
- Higher National Diploma or equivalent qualification in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.
- Minimum of two (2) years of experience in high-speed production equipment.
Are these your secret ingredients?
- Prior high-speed production machine maintenance or operating experience, especially on Bottling machines will be an advantage.
- Computer Literate.
- Ability to demonstrate basic Technical, troubleshooting, and Problem-solving skills.
- Sound understanding of bottling line machine/tool technology and operation.
- Sound understanding and appreciation of maintenance and process operations.