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Work as a team to achieve production, quality, and safety goals
• Assemble handmade products that are made from recycled material (e.g. FIS, FF Panels)
• Operate production equipment including; mixers, production presses, cylinder press, peeling machines,
rewinding machines, convoluted, laminators, regrind and screening line
• Strive for creating the highest quality products
• Review products for quality and conformance standards and reporting issues to supervisor
• Reduce and/or eliminate scrap and inefficiencies by identifying problems and possible corrective measures
• Operate forklift safely upon successful completion of training
• Operate overhead bridge crane safely upon successful completion of training
• Complete required documentation (e.g., production reports, forklift inspections, crane inspections, etc.)
• Ensure work areas are clean, organized, and safe from any hazards
• Participate in accident investigations and work refusals
• Attend work-related training
• Ensure the efficiency of the machine by organizing and disseminating expectations for production and
• Troubleshoot common production issues pertaining to the machines
• Report production activities in the ERP system
• Report production quantities, durations, material usage, material determination into NetSuite
• Provide “on the job training”, including training on Netsuite to new employees
• Follow human resources, environmental health and safety, and company policy
• Complete “hand-off” to the subsequent shift, with a focus on production concerns, crucial work
instructions, and communication
• Label all material used and produced
• Place products into designated inventory bins both physically as well as in NetSuite software
• Wrap, strap and correctly label all materials used and produced
• Investigate, read, and understand all work instructions and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for
product being run
• Any other tasks as required

What we are looking for:

• Secondary Education or equivalent experience
• At least one year of manufacturing experience or equivalent
• Work a 12-hour continental shift (one of the 30-minute breaks is unpaid)
• Lift up to 50 lbs on a repetitive basis
• Work every other weekend
• Stand for 12-hour shifts
• Overtime is after 84 hours in our two-week averaging period (it is not after 44 hours weekly)
• Follow work instructions and take initiative
• Have your own protective footwear
• Clear criminal record check required

Wage is: $18.25

$0.50/hr premium for day shift

$1.00/hr premium for night shift.

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