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Become A Control Operator

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Working As A Control Operator

  • Controlling Machines and Processes
  • Getting Information
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $37,030

    Average Salary

What Does A Control Operator Do At Exelon

* Responsible for the safe and efficient operational activities for the Mystic 7 generating facility.
* The facility is a nominal 565 MW oil/natural gas fueled facility.
* Featuring 1
* CE Controlled Circulation Boiler @ 4,200,000 lbs/hr, 1 G
* E. Tandem Compound Double Flow Turbine
* Generator, 1
* Auxiliary Package Boiler and 1
* MW Rolls Royce Avon Simple Cycle Gas Turbine.
* Specific responsibilities and duties include:
* Under general supervision, operates boilers and turbines and their respective auxiliaries and performs all functions of an operating nature required for the safe and efficient operation of said boilers turbines and auxiliaries; is responsible for red tagging and observing and reporting to the Shift Manager upon the activities and work performed by maintenance men, employees of other departments and other companies in and around that part if steam-electric stations under the jurisdiction of the Steam Section.
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What Does A Control Operator Do At Compass Group, North America

* Responsible for all cash handling procedures
* Perform reconciliation and analysis for several balance sheet accounts
* Analyze financial results for both internal and external use
* Track and maintain monthly P/L and balance sheet activity
* Develop forecasts and budgets, identifying risks and opportunities
* Review of general ledger and balance sheet
* Resolving various accounting/reconciliation issues
* Financial reports: monthly, quarterly and annual reports, including but not limited to monthly and fiscal close, internal and external audit reporting, report preparation and distribution
* Maintain inventory and cost control procedures
* Payroll and Human Resources administration
* Performs related duties and special projects as assigned

What Does A Control Operator Do At National Oilwell Varco

* Position will be Muscat based on a 5 day work week as required to support ongoing operations.
* As the driver's role is a support function of our ongoing field operations, the driver must be able to maintain a flexible schedule in order to properly support our operations.
* The driver must be willing to work weekends and holidays as needed. · The driver will be responsible for safe operation of 1 ton and 3 ton vehicles as well as occasional duty as a fork lift driver as needed and light passenger bus driver. · The driver will need to be familiar with operating under the journey management program, and following the directions given under the same. · The driver must be able to obtain or possess a PDO approved graded road driving license for 1 ton and 3 ton vehicles as well as a light passenger bus certification.
* Any loss of this license or failure to obtain will void any employment with the company.
* It is the driver's responsibility to see that these licenses are maintained current.
* The company will cover the costs associated with these licenses, but it is the driver's responsibility to see that they are obtained and do not expire. · The driver will be responsible to see that the vehicles receive proper service at the scheduled intervals, and all inspections are carried out prior to operating any vehicle. · The driver will be responsible for the safe loading and unloading of the cargo entrusted to their care.
* This also includes the securing of the cargo into the vehicle in a safe manner that prevents damage to the vehicle, its occupants, others on the road, or the cargo itself.
* Manual loading of items will often be required as part of the job.
* The driver must be willing to actively partake in all training offered within the organization. · The driver must be willing to offer up suggestions as it concerns the safe operations of the vehicle and journey management procedures. · Ensure all work is carried out in a safe manner in compliance with FluidControl HSE guidelines and no risks are taken which might cause injury to personnel or damage to company / client property

What Does A Control Operator Do At Arconic

* Expected to assist in the implementation of EHS Values and policy statements and accompanying principals.
* Comply with all department, facility, corporate and regulatory EHS regulations.
* Wear all required personal protective equipment (PPE).
* Report all job related illness and injuries (Per Employee Handbook).
* Report all safety, health and environmental concerns to your supervisor in a timely manner.
* Attend all EHS training.
* ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
* Finish bar stock to meet customer specification.
* Crop, cut out defects, surface grind using various machines to eliminate casting defects to produce ingots of proper surface finish, size and composition.
* Perform needed duties on Innovex detector.
* Perform Process Team member duties as needed.
* Pack ingots for shipment to customer.
* Re weigh shipments as per shipping requirements.
* Assures that all shipments meet customer requirements (proper packing, markings, bar stock size, hopper color, etc.)
* Update computer systems as needed.
* Any other duties as assigned by Team Leader or Supervisor

What Does A Control Operator Do At MIT Lincoln Laboratory

* Monitor and operate the security alarm system
* Turn off/on security alarms and record all information
* Monitor and react to the Facilities Management Systems
* Monitor and react to Network Communications Center
* Dispatch security personnel to respond to alarms
* Record all unexpected alarms received
* Operate Laboratory two-way radios
* Respond to all fire and gas alarms at the alarm control level.
* Provide updates to emergency responders as they become available.
* Notify appropriate personnel regarding alarms within the Laboratory as required
* Keep track of Security Officers locations at all times to maintain safety.
* Assure that all alarm systems are returned to normal at the end of an alarm period.
* Respond to all emergency "911" calls
* Monitor the CCTV systems and its related equipment.
* Monitor high-security areas with special security requirements.
* Be knowledgeable with the operation of all equipment in alarm control.
* Test all "Ring Down" phones to the Alarm Control Center.
* Operate and test public address systems and panic buttons.
* Receive calls from the Hanscom Base Secondary Crash Net

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How To Become A Control Operator

A few months of on-the-job training is enough for most workers to learn basic machine operations, but 1 year or more is required to become proficient. Computer-controlled machine workers may need more training.

Education

Employers prefer metal and plastic machine workers who have a high school diploma. Prospective workers can improve their employment opportunities by completing high school courses in computer programming and vocational technology, and by gaining a working knowledge of the properties of metals and plastics. Having a sturdy math background, including taking courses in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and basic statistics, is also useful.

Some community colleges and other schools offer courses and certificate programs in operating metal and plastics machines.

Training

Machine operator trainees usually begin by watching and helping experienced workers on the job. Under supervision, they may start by supplying materials, starting and stopping the machines, or by removing finished products. Then they advance to more difficult tasks that operators perform, such as adjusting feed speeds, changing cutting tools, and inspecting a finished product for defects. Eventually, some develop the skills and experience to set up machines and help newer operators.

The complexity of the equipment usually determines the time required to become an operator. Some operators and tenders learn basic machine operations and functions in a few months, but other workers, such as computer-controlled machine tool operators, may need a year or more to become proficient.

Some employers prefer to hire workers who either have completed or are enrolled in a training program.

As the manufacturing process continues to utilize more computerized machinery, knowledge of computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines can be helpful.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Certification can show competence and professionalism and can be helpful for advancement. The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) offers certification in numerous metalworking specializations.

Advancement

Advancement usually includes higher pay and more responsibilities. With experience and expertise, workers can become trainees for more advanced positions. It is common for machine operators to move into setup or machinery maintenance positions. Setup workers may become industrial machinery mechanics and maintenance workers, or machinists or tool and die makers.

Experienced workers with good communication and analytical skills may move into supervisory positions.

Important Qualities

Computer skills. Metal and plastic machine workers must often be able to use programmable devices, computers, and robots on the factory floor.

Dexterity. Metal and plastic machine workers who work in metal and plastic machined goods manufacturing use precise hand movements to make the necessary shapes, cuts, and edges that designs require.

Mechanical skills. Metal and plastic machine workers set up and operate machinery. They must be comfortable working with machines and have a good understanding of how the machines and all their parts work.

Physical stamina. Metal and plastic machine workers must be able to stand for long periods and perform repetitive work.

Physical strength. Metal and plastic machine workers must be strong enough to guide and load heavy and bulky parts and materials into machines.

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Real Control Operator Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Controller-Operations & Financial Reporting Aristocrat Technologies, Inc. Las Vegas, NV Jul 03, 2016 $208,633
Controller-China Operations TJCC Services, Inc. Deerfield, IL Aug 19, 2011 $165,000
Assistant Controller, Operations/Regulatory GE Capital Corporation Stamford, CT Sep 30, 2014 $160,000 -
$170,000
Operational Controller General Electric Company Stamford, CT May 05, 2011 $130,000
Controller, Operations Gate Gourmet, Inc. San Francisco, CA Feb 01, 2010 $110,000
Operations Controller Dakkota Integrated Systems LLC Rochester Hills, MI Sep 15, 2016 $104,000 -
$110,000
Controller, OPS Finance and Strategic Planning American Airlines, Inc. Fort Worth, TX Nov 19, 2010 $104,000
Operations Controller Dakkota Integrated Systems LLC Holt, MI Sep 09, 2015 $98,000 -
$105,000
Controller, Operations Gate Gourmet, Inc. Las Vegas, NV Oct 01, 2009 $85,000
Controller, Financial Operations Prime Healthcare Management, Inc. Ontario, CA May 14, 2015 $69,992
Technical Support Control Operator Worldnet International Couriers Inc. Springfield, NY Jul 22, 2015 $69,243

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Top Skills for A Control Operator

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Top Control Operator Skills

  1. Monthly Financial Statements
  2. Safety Procedures
  3. Ensure Compliance
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Assist with the preparation and presentation of monthly financial statements, corporate 10K and 10Q reports.
  • Perform excellent customer service Perform all safety procedures for selected venues Work in groups/teams and on own on a daily basis
  • Work closely with legal team and consultants to ensure compliance to the terms of the contract.
  • Oversee work order processing for manufacturing facility, provide analysis on variances.
  • Maintained and controlled all Payroll functions.

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