Set up, operate, or tend machines to mix or blend materials, such as chemicals, tobacco, liquids, color pigments, or explosive ingredients.
Batch Attendant, Batch Maker, Batch Room Technician, Blender, Blender Operator, Blending Technician, Chemical Mixer, Chemical Operator, Coater Associate, Coater Operator, Compound Specialist, Compounder, Formulator, Ink Blender, Ink Maker, Issuing Operator, Laboratory Technician, Machine Operator, Manufacturing Technician, Marinator, Mixer, Mixer Operator, Mixing Operator, Paint Maker, Plant Operator, Process Operator, Production Operator, Stock Preparation Operator (Stock Prep Operator)
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