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Production Apprentice




The Chemical Operator Apprentice will work with a trained Operator IV or above to learn control equipment units or systems that process chemical substances into specified industrial or consumer products, according to knowledge of operating procedures, chemical reactions, laboratory test results, and correlation of process instrumentation. Participate in Performance Dialogs including (but not limited to): completing the daily 5S checklist, identifying and resolving action items, providing data for performance indicators, and maintaining work area effectiveness. Adhere to all safety rules and initiatives. Move raw materials and finished product utilizing appropriate lifting equipment (must be able to obtain forklift license).


Excellent mechanical and spatial aptitude. Excellent attendance, performance and safety. Proficient personal computer skills, including electronic mail, word processing, spreadsheet, etc. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Ability to learn to analyze process and quality data and take appropriate action. Ability to learn how to maintain process orders in an accurate and timely manner including issues, receipts, scrap and rework generation, and productivity. Ability to learn how to troubleshoot process equipment and make appropriate adjustments. Ability to follow written and oral instructions.


Full-time and/or Part-time

Work Schedule

Set Hours




Full benefits, 401k.

Required Education

High School Diploma — Willing to enroll in training program. ACT Science and Composite score of 19 or higher or equivalent SAT score. Acceptance at JCTC. High School Chemistry

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