Profession perfume production machine operator

Perfume production machine operators tend machinery for the manufacturing of perfumes by setting up the machines and tools, cleaning and maintaining the equipment and abiding by the production schedule.

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Personality Type

Knowledge

  • Perfume and cosmetic products

    The offered perfume and cosmetic products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.

Skills

  • Verify product specifications

    Check heights, colour and other attributes of finished product against specifications.

  • Follow production schedule

    Follow production schedule taking into account all requirements, times and needs. This schedule outlines what individual commodities must be produced in each time period and encapsulates various concerns like production, staffing, inventory, etc. It is usually linked to manufacturing where the plan indicates when and how much of each product will be demanded. Utilise all the information in the actual implementation of the plan.

  • Wear appropriate protective gear

    Wear relevant and necessary protective gear, such as protective goggles or other eye protection, hard hats, safety gloves.

  • Prepare raw materials

    Prepare and measure the basic materials that are needed to produce goods and finished products.

  • Set up machine controls

    Set up or adjust machine controls to regulate conditions such as material flow, temperature, or pressure.

  • Create fragrances formulae

    Create chemical formulae for the already researched new fragrances.

  • Conform with production requirements

    Conform with production requirements by reading the production schedule and adjusting temperature to the actual humidity, size and type of the products which will be dried.

  • Ensure conformity to specifications

    Ensure that the assembled products are conform to the specifications given.

  • Weigh materials

    Weigh materials and products, record weight and other relevant data on tags or labels.

  • Check quality of raw materials

    Check the quality of basic materials used for the production of semi-finished and finished goods by assessing some of its characteristics and, if needed, select samples to be analysed.

  • Check the production schedule

    Check the daily and long term schedules for rehearsal, training, performances, season, tour, etc., taking into account the project timeline and all the preparations required by the production.

Optional knowledge and skills

keep records of work progress validate raw materials using adequate equipment test fragrances against customer satisfaction conduct cleaning in place operate distilling equipment manage manufacturing documentation good manufacturing practices perform blending operations chemistry perfume raw materials clean industrial containers allergies adjust manufacturing equipment inspect quality of products calculate concentrations