Operator Technician - 1st Shift
Revlon, Inc.
 Oxford, NC


Independently operate production lines; making technical decisions impacting safety, quality and financial Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).


  • Operate equipment in accordance to Safety, Quality, cGMP and Standard Work guidelines
  • Conduct in-process quality checks; take necessary actions for non-compliance
  • Conduct changeover activities per daily schedule to include: geometric, shade and cleaning and sanitization. Continuously improve the process.
  • Conducts daily Autonomous Maintenance (AM) activities including cleaning, inspection and lubrication (CIL)
  • Ensure 5S standards are achieved for equipment and line area
  • Complete root cause problem solving and action planning as required
  • Take ownership of KPIs and process, drive improvement within, and coordinate activities within/across line teams
  • Actively eliminate Lean (8 forms) waste; develop standard work instructions and OPLs as required
  • Conduct systematic troubleshooting and basic maintenance on packaging line to maximize uptime
  • Document work requests in the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to facilitate short and medium range maintenance plans
  • Complete all documentation per requirements


  • Safety - Zero unsafe acts and conditions
  • 5S Compliance (Daily Checklist, Weekly Audit)
  • In-Process Scrap/MU (%)
  • Defects (ppm)
  • First Pass Yield (%)
  • Changeover Time Targets (Shade and Format - min)
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF - min)
  • Overall Equipment Effectiveness (%)
  • Schedule Compliance (%)


  • Ability to coach/train other employees
  • Ability to work in a team-based environment (shared ownership and responsibility)
  • Ability to take ownership of critical KPIs and develop action plans to improve
  • Ability to stand/walk for 8 hours a day and regularly lift/carry up to 50 lbs
  • Ability to climb a ladder and/or steps
  • Ability to push/pull objects weighting up to 50 lbs, and maneuver bulk drums weighing up to 400 lbs
  • Ability to understand Statistical Process Control – translating product specifications to finished goods
  • Process ownership as defined by department (i.e. Safety, OEE, AM). Interpretation of equipment and product data (i.e. run charts, bar charts, paretos)


  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Minimum 5 years of manufacturing experience in hands on mechanical positions, or a combination of experience with education
  • Strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills (time and physical area)
  • Solid root cause problem solving capability (identify to root cause)
  • Knowledge of basic Lean principles and tools including 5S, Standard Work and AM Steps 1-3
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Able to follow written processes appropriately
  • Basic equipment/mechanical troubleshooting knowledge and tool usage for changeovers, minor adjustments, and minor repairs
  • Must pass Mechanical Aptitude Test
  • Must meet vision requirements

Shift Hours: 7:00 pm to 3:30 pm