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Job Title: Machine Operator

Business Name: Kelly Services - Ethicon J&J

Job Location: Cornelia, Georgia

Closing Date: 

Job Description: 

What’s a typical day as a Machine Operator- We have Urgent hiring opportunities for this position. You’ll be:

  • Operates production equipment to produce subassemblies or finished products.
  •  Assists with set up of equipment.
  •  Assists with quality control inspections of products on assembly line.
  • Cleans equipment as needed.
  • Notifies supervisor of maintenance and/or repairs needed on equipment.
  • Prepares accurate records/documentation related to work in progress.
  • Reports production problems.

Shift Schedule

  • Shifts: 12 hour Rotating Night
     (3 days on, 2 days off, 2 days on, 3 days off. 3-day weekend every other week! )


  • $500.00 Sign on Bonus - Paid after 30 days.
  • $250 Retention Bonus - Paid at 60-days
  • $250 Retention Bonus - Paid at 90-days
  • $100 Referral Bonus – Paid after 30 days

Desired/Required Skills: 

  • Basic Computer skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills


  • High School diploma or GED
  • Generally, requires 0-2 years of work experience

Salary: {Salary:18} / Per Hour

Hours: Full Time

How to Apply: 

Contact Larissa Pineda at or call 706-229-6192 to begin the application process

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