Machine Operator

Insulfoam, a division of Carlisle Construction Materials, a worldwide leading diversified manufacturer of premium building products and related technology, has MULTIPLE immediate openings for Machine Operators. Come join us in our facility in Dixon, CA to learn more about the building productions and related technology industry. We offer our employees the opportunity to learn and grow their careers simultaneously!
Machine Operators are responsible for operating and tending the machines that are used to produce and shape Insulfoam's expanded polystyrene (EPS) blocks. Multiple positions are currently available for both Day and Swing shifts. Responsibilities include one or more of the following, depending up machine assignment:

  • Molding/Expanding: Operate or tend machines designed to mold and expand bead into EPS blocks according to exacting standards of work orders.

  • Cutting: Operate or tend machines designed cut EPS blocks according to exacting standards of work orders.

  • Fabrication: Operate or tend machines designed to fabricate EPS blocks according to exacting standards of work orders.


  • High School Diploma/GED equivalent is REQUIRED

  • Mechanical background preferred

  • Ability to use measuring gauges such as a measuring tape

  • Ability to complete assigned tasks under strict deadlines

  • Reliable means of transportation required


  • Day Shift: Monday thru Friday 5:00 a.m. €“ 3:30 p.m., Saturday 5:00 a.m. €“ 1:30 p.m.

  • Swing Shift: Monday thru Friday 3:30 p.m. €“2:00 a.m., Saturday 1:30 p.m. €“ 10:00 p.m.

  • Ability to reliably work 50-60 hours per week, Monday €“ Saturday is required.


  • Competitive starting wages with GENEROUS Swing Shift pay differential

  • $500 sign on bonus

  • Competitive benefits package including medical/dental/vision, life insurance, flex spending account (FSA) available to you upon your date of hire

  • Participation in company's 401(k) plan

  • Educational assistance (reimbursement)

  • Paid Holidays and Vacation

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