Some of the skills we found on lead operator/machine operator resumes included "safety procedures," "machine operators," and "quality standards." We have detailed the most important lead operator/machine operator responsibilities below.
See the full list of lead operator/machine operator skills.
Those lead operator/machine operators who do attend college, typically earn either business degrees or general studies degrees. Less commonly earned degrees for lead operator/machine operators include electrical engineering degrees or criminal justice degrees.
Once you're ready to become a lead operator/machine operator, you should explore the companies that typically hire lead operator/machine operators. According to lead operator/machine operator resumes that we searched through, lead operator/machine operators are hired the most by Humana, Novolex, and Honeywell. Currently, Humana has 21 lead operator/machine operator job openings, while there are 11 at Novolex and 10 at Honeywell.
If you're interested in companies where lead operator/machine operators make the most money, you'll want to apply for positions at Google, Broadridge, and Virtusa. We found that at Google, the average lead operator/machine operator salary is $119,293. Whereas at Broadridge, lead operator/machine operators earn roughly $80,988. And at Virtusa, they make an average salary of $75,747.
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We also looked into companies who hire lead operator/machine operators from the top 100 educational institutions in the U.S. The top three companies that hire the most from these institutions include General Electric, Bank of America, and ManpowerGroup.