General Electric - Regeneration Operator

Company Name:
Kelly Services
Job Overview
The Regeneration Operator regenerates resin, prepares mobile equipment for use in the field, performs quality control checks on mobile equipment before dispatch and is generally responsible for tasks performed by Plant Operations.
Job Duties:
Regenerates ion exchange resins and other media utilizing established procedures.
Prepares mobile units to specification, which includes proper resin loading, equipment checks, supplying/outfitting, the unit with tools, test kits, meters, pumps and other required materials.
Responsible for general housekeeping in work area, facility and mobile units.
Performs quality control checks of the mobile units prior to dispatch.
Completes appropriate shift and unit paperwork.
Operates forklift.
Handles chemicals as part of the regeneration process as well as oversees chemical vendor off-loading to tanks and transfers. Chemicals typically are NaOH, HCL, NaCL and others as required.
Plant Operation assignments as assigned by Plant Manager, Regeneration Manager or Shift Leads.
Required Qualifications:
High School Diploma or equivalent such as G.E.D.
One year of mechanical assembly experience. - Desired
Experience working in a factory setting that is not-climate controlled environment. - Desired
Ability and willingness to perform physical duties such as lifting, climbing, and manual dexterity.
Ability and willingness to use electric impact tools and other hand tools such as cordless drills, impact wrenches, ratchets, pipe wrench, etc.

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