Most commonly an individual who works a Production job supports a company’s manufacturing operations by pulling parts, handling assembly line jobs and cleaning equipment. They may rotate functions or replicate particular actions related to fabrication. They may cut, solder and align materials to create components.
While manufacturing workers can work for a vast array of organizations, the job itself usually involves some element of the manufacturing procedure. Whether working in construction or packaging, a production operator maintains the machinery needed to perform a specialized task. Additionally, production workers have to have an understanding of industry standards and regulations to safely and efficiently operate the machines. A production worker might also be asked to keep records of the output and compare it with a production schedule.