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Machine operators are responsible for setting up, operating and maintaining various types of heavy machinery. They are also known as tool and die makers or machinists. Depending on the workplace and the products being manufactured, a machine operator may work with mechanical heavy machinery or with computer-controlled machines. As part of their job, machine operators make sure that their machines are well-maintained and functioning efficiently. Before starting any operation, they have to ensure that the machine is set up correctly and stocked with the appropriate materials.
You can gain the skills required to become a machine operator by attending the appropriate technical program, community college or vocational school. Most employers will give preference to a machine operator who has completed an internship. Attention to detail, and good problem-solving, mechanical, technical and analytical skills are essential attributes for this role.
At the interview, your interviewer will ask questions that aim to find out if you know exactly what the job entails. Can you execute a job independently, from beginning to end? Do you know how to set up the machines used in their particular business? Why did you choose to become a machine operator? Preparing answers to these and other commonly asked questions, will give you the edge amongst the other applicants. Go to Mock Questions to see the list of potential interview questions and hints on how to answer them.