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    Production Operator  

    - East Providence

    We are Covestro. We are curious. We are courageous. We are colorful. We refine chemical material solutions with game-changing products. Let us empower you to push boundaries. Join us and our 18,150 colleagues now and together we will make the world a brighter place.WHAT WE OFFERPosition is for 12pm-8:30pm shift with starting pay of $25.00 per hourThe purpose of the Production Operator role is to operate and troubleshoot plant equipment, machines and lines. You will receive training to perform the daily activities and systems associated with processing and monitoring batches, documenting activities associated with batch sheets, and responding to urgent and critical issues that arise.You must follow standard operating procedures and ensure that health, safety and compliance is your highest priority. This role allows you to learn more about our plant operations and can open the door to career opportunities with increased responsibilities.This is a full time role that includes competitive pay, annual bonus potential, generous paid time off, 401K with company match, retirement contribution, tuition reimbursement, parental leave and medical, dental and vision coverage (no waiting period).Major Responsibilities:Learn reaction processStart up and shut down process equipmentPrepare, weigh, and add raw materials to various vesselsCommunicate process mechanical and quality problems to appropriate staff members and assist with investigating, troubleshooting and corrective actionPerform data entry including entering quality information and maintenance work orders into various systemsAssist with writing operating proceduresWork safely, participate in all safety related initiatives and be an active participant in maintaining a “safety first” culture at the plant.WHAT YOU OFFERBasic Qualifications:High School Diploma or GED1 year of experience in manufacturingAbility to lift 60 pounds and move 55 gallon drums with drum moving equipmentAbility to work in hot and cold environments and wear personal protective equipment including wearing a respirator, chemical suit and hearing protection, when neededPreferred Qualifications:3 years of experience in manufacturingBasic understanding of computers including e-mail, Microsoft Word, ExcelExperience in using SAPExperience in loading and unloading of hazardous chemicalsExperience in driving forkliftsExperience in using controls systems#LI-KW1#IND123YOUR APPLICATIONAre you as curious, courageous and colorful as we are? If so, we can offer you an exciting career opportunity. We look forward to receiving your application and resume. Become part of our team apply now!Equal Employment Opportunity: Hiring and advancement are based on job-related requirements and on an individual's qualifications to perform a job. All aspects of employment are carried out free of discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disabilities, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression or any unlawful criterion, existing under applicable federal, state, or local law.Contact UsInfo-Hotline: +1 844-522-6775If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you may request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access this site as a result of your disability. To make a request, please call (412) 413-2736.

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    2nd Shift Production Supervisor  

    - Cleveland

    Company Overview:With 50 years of industry experience and facilities in North America and Europe, Arrow provides the highest quality gaming products and the most reliable service in the industry. This professional support enables the social and charitable gaming organizations we work with to focus on fun, competition and profitability. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Arrow is comprised of over 1,000 skilled employees worldwide.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Supervising hourly associates and overseeing daily production schedule on a high volume printed product production line.Organizing, assigning, instructing and directing the daily tasks of production employees and ensuring those tasks are completed efficiently and with great attention to quality.Ensuring that production areas are properly staged, inventory is stocked, and notifies the proper department when stock reaches designated minimum levels.Maintaining and enforcing department standards including safety and regulations, supporting continuous improvement, teaching productivity techniques and monitoring progress.Assist with the performance management of line associates (performance appraisals and reviews, discipline, training, recommendations, etc.).Work closely with HR Department to interview, hire, and cross-train new reports.Responsible for the cleanliness and orderliness of work areas to a 5S standard.Responsible for the enforcement of company safety policies and compliance with OSHA standards and regulations.Other duties as assigned by Management.Requirements:BS/BA in a technical or manufacturing related field is highly preferred.5+ years of experience supervising 20+ direct reports in a high volume, labor intensive, packaging, or light assembly environment.Understanding of production planning and process flow in a manufacturing environment.High attention to detail, quality control, and continuous improvement.Prior leadership training, mentoring, or coaching training is a plus.Strong communications and leadership skills.Highly organizedOther Pluses:ISO 9001 experience or trainingContinuous Improvement/ Six SigmaIND1Arrow International, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Arrow International, Inc. and all of its subsidiary companies and affiliates to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, national origin, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. Arrow International prohibits any such discrimination or harassment.Qualified MILITARY VETERANS are welcome and strongly encouraged to apply.XqHRERulOv

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    Production Planner Ii  

    - Fort Lupton

    Have you ever worked for Best Company to Work For in Colorado winner? Do you enjoy working for a company that is growing with big company benefits and small company feel?The hiring range for this position is $22.00 to $25.00 depending on experience.The Production Planner II position is for timely release, schedule and maintenance of shop work orders and work center labor loading. This position will also include entry level quoting, bill of materials (BOM) development and part number logic.Why Merritt Aluminum Products?In 2019, Merritt Aluminum Products was awarded the honor of winning the Best Companies to Work for in Colorado by CoBiz. We pride ourselves in being the best for our employees, our customers, and each other. Along with having amazing co-workers by your side, We offer a total compensation package that includes:PTOPaid HolidaysGenerous Employer Contributions to Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insuranceCompany paid life insurance and additional voluntary life availableVoluntary long term & short term disabilityQuarterly profit sharing bonus potential401(k) with company matchWhat will you be doing for us?Production Planning 50%? Utilize system requirement reports to release schedule work orders? Continuously communicates changes and updates to accommodate customer needs? Responds timely to sales and shop floor requests? Plan, release, and manage work orders for fabrication, cab racks.? Takes on and effectively schedules for more complex products as skills develop.ERP System Integrity 30%? Manipulates the plan to fit short term and long term needs.? Demonstrates basic understanding of ERP system functionality.? Strong understanding of structures and routings for quoting.Relationship Management 15%? Sponsor effective communication between departments? Communicates and maintains good working relationships with all internal staff? Volunteers readilyProcess Improvement 5%Suggest opportunities for process improvements and cost reductionDisplays confidence in utilizing ERP system to improve job efficiency

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    Production Supervisor- Afternoon & Nights  

    - Asheville

    Supervisor, ProductionThe Production Supervisor will be responsible for the coordination and supervision of production personnel in a fast-paced manufacturing environment. This position will include training, scheduling, monitoring production targets and effective utilization of plant resources.Powering Vehicles, Motion, Work, and Lives since 1966.Performance ExpectationsManage, initiate, and direct the activities of employee’s and equipment.Allocating work to employees, setting production targets and communicating precise instructions.Effective employee relations.Respond to employee concerns promptly and work with HR to resolve.Monitor and initiate training activities in their department and all related documentation.Works and ensures that all employees work in a safe manner, in a safe environment.Conduct employee meetings.Complete performance evaluations for their department as required.Perform weekly safety inspections, 5s inspections and layered audits.Complete tasks as assigned from Monthly Workplace Inspections.Participate in the corrective action process.Must be able to troubleshoot equipment.Plan employee’s days, schedule appointments and adjust schedules.Review turnaround times for repairs and installations.Review diverse skills to ensure tasks are assigned to appropriate workers.Change work assignments and schedules to maintain and improve efficiency.Other duties assigned as needed.CredentialsHigh School Diploma or equivalent general education.Journeyman woman trade certification in related field is considered an asset.Minimum of three years of machine shop experience, and supervision experience is considered an asset.Possess excellent comprehension skills to read completed inspection forms.Ensure all maintenance, repair and inspection tasks have been adequately completed by workers.Ability to identify structures and locate dimensions in scale drawings.Demonstrate communication skills to advise managers and supervisors on progress of jobs and obtain instructions and tasks.Possess coaching skills to train employees on equipment procedures, maintenance tasks and troubleshooting faults.Organize and lead meetings with employees.Assume a wide variety of roles to coordinate job tasks with workers and subcontractors.Work accordingly to company mandates for communication, meetings and projects.Ability to operate and troubleshoot machines and equipment.Knowledge in basic computer applications and software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.Ability to continuously learn about new technologies, new products and new information within changing industries.Participate in seminars, courses, and other learning opportunities through the organization.Knowledge of application, employment and safety legislation.What Linamar Has To OfferOpportunities for career advancement.Community based outreach supporting both local and global initiatives and charities.Social committees and sports teams.Discounts for local vendors and events, including auto supplier discounts.About UsLinamar Corporation is a Canadian diversified global manufacturing company of highly engineered products across global industries and markets. From the entrepreneurial seeds planted by our dynamic founder, to the support provided along the way, all Linamar employees are poised for success in this fast-paced and rapidly growing environment. With access to the tools you need to succeed, you will make an impact along with other motivated and engaged people.Linamar Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity in the workplace without regard to any basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Linamar Corporation encourages applications from all qualified individuals and will reasonably accommodate applicants throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process upon request.LNC3795831747

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    The production cook is responsible for prepping, stocking station to par levels based on volume, and cooking and properly storing assigned station’s food items. Each production cook is responsible for cooking food of superior quality according to the company's standards of excellence. The individual should accomplish his/her job by contributing to a teamenvironment, including positive communication and interaction with other cooks, sous chefs, and chef as well as employees and managers in other departments. A high sense of urgency is required to perform this job. Production cooks are to uphold food safety standards and maintain a clean and sanitary workstation before, during and after service, including equipment, floors, reach-in coolers, and food contact surfaces.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Inspect and clean food preparation areas, including tools, equipment, work surfaces, and serving areas to ensure safe and sanitary food handling practices.Maintain a clean and sanitized workstation before, throughout, and after the shift.Follow food safety and sanitation guidelines including proper time and temperature controls, preventing cross contamination, practicing frequent hand-washing and personal hygiene, proper cleaning and sanitizing, and reporting illnesses to management.Prep, stock, and organize work station at the beginning of each shift.Remain organized throughout shift to ensure timeliness and accuracy of all food orders.Cook, prepare, and present items according to proper recipes, portion sizes, and chef’s specifications.Check for superior quality, preparation, cooking times, correct doneness, consistency, firmness, temperatures, and presentation of every food item.Check freshness of food and ingredients before cooking.Track and report any food waste.Use proper knife handling techniques to ensure safety.Prepare a variety of food items using broilers, ovens, grills, fryers and other kitchen equipment.Practice proper food storage practices by labeling, dating, and rotating product.Receive and follow all verbal instruction from the chef, sous chef, and kitchen manager concerning orders, special requests, and adjustments needed to efficiently flow products to assure a smooth service period.Exhibit creativity and enthusiasm for food.Maintain an awareness at all times of the effect of all actions upon the guests’ dining experience and making all decisions based on the impact of the guest.Work productively with minimal supervision with a desire to learn and grow.Ability to work well with others and commit to the success of a team, including taking direction and accepting constructive feedback in a positive way.Able to work in a team-oriented environment and under considerable stress and/or pressure.Constant communication with all other team members and management, including calling back all orders to the chef, sous chef, or kitchen manager to achieve accuracy and clarity of orders placed.Comply with company safety rules and regulations, including the proper handling of all relevant equipment.Report any equipment failure, damage, hazardous conditions, or injury to the chef, sous chef, or kitchen manager immediately to ensure safety.Work efficiently and complete required tasks within assigned time frame.Attend all scheduled employee meetings and participate in a meaningful way.Perform side duties including cleaning and food production as requested.Other duties as assigned.REQUIREMENTS:High school graduate or GED; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Degree from a post-secondary culinary arts training program is desirable.ServSafe or other food safety management certification helpful.Knowledge of foodstuffs and food safety is essential.Good math skills helpful.Ability to read, count, and write to accurately complete all documentation, including weights and measurements.Ability to communicate and understand directions and instructions in English (written and verbal), including basic cooking directions and recipes.Knowledge of the use of kitchen utensils, tools and equipment, including knife safety and working skills (cutting, chopping, slicing, etc.)Manual dexterity is essential. Must possess finger dexterity to use utensils, knives and equipment adeptly.Frequently required to taste and/or smell food being prepared utilizing sanitary means.Subject to wet or slippery floors, temperature extremes/frequent changes in temperature, and excessive noise. Able to work in hot temperatures and freezer/cooler areas for extended periods of time.Must be able to stand for long periods of time, bend, stoop, reach, crouch, kneel, lift, push and pull. Properly lift up to 50 75 pounds; push, pull or move items weighing up to 100 pounds.Ability to work varied hours/days in a fast-paced environment in accordance with restaurant operations and adhere to the attendance requirements of the restaurant.Must adhere to the established appearance, hygiene, and uniform guidelines.Ability to adhere to and comply with all rules and regulations of the company, including in particular the rules for safe handling of food as contained in the Line Cook Manual.General Comments: This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and their requirements. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and/or requirements of the position. Other functions may be assigned and management retains the right to add to or revise this job description at any time, with or without prior notice. Employment is at-will and this job description does not imply an employment contract.We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-free Workplace. Dickie Brennan & Company participates inE-Verify, a federal program verifying each employee’s right to work in the Unites States.About Dickie Brennan & CompanyDickie Brennan & Company was establishedin 1991 to continue the rich history of New Orleans cuisine through locally inspired and nationally recognized cuisine. Today, Dickie Brennan's restaurant group includes four restaurants located in New Orleans' picturesque French Quarter: Palace Cafe, Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse, Bourbon House, and Tableau. We also own & operate Acorn Cafe (Located in New Orleans' City Park adjacent to the Louisiana Children's Museum) and The Commissary Kitchen + Market in New Orleans' Garden District.Pay: $12 $16 / hourBenefits:Health insuranceDental insuranceVision insuranceLife insuranceDisability insurance401(k) matchingPaid time offFlexible scheduleReferral programEmployee discountPaid trainingJob types: Full-time, Part-timeSchedule:8 hour shiftWeekend availabilityMonday to FridayHolidaysDay shiftEducation: No education requiredWork location: On-site

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    Production Supervisor  

    - America

    Kemps is a farmer-owned brand of Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a diary marketing cooperative owned by more than 12,500 family farmers. Since 1914, Kemps has provided families with fresh, delicious dairy products, fresh milk, frozen yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and frozen novelty treats.By joining Kemps, you can help us continue to make a difference that matters. We care deeply about the well-being of our neighbors and friends, and we celebrate the diversity of our company and our world. It takes an incredible team to deliver the goodness of dairy and enrich our communities – come join us!We are currently seeking a Production Supervisor for our location in Le Mars, IA. In this essential role, you will monitor operations activities (milk receiving, standardizing, pasteurization, separating, freezing, cooling, filling, mixing, packaging, storing, etc.) to ensure that plant production goals and quality standards are metShift available: 3rd shift: 9:00 pm 5:30 amResponsibilities include, but are not limited to:Schedule, assign work, and provide clear direction to production employees. Ensure that the production process flows smoothly, and daily production goals are metMonitor the equipment used in production processes to ensure that equipment is functioning efficiently and is properly cleaned and sanitized. Arrange for timely repair/resolution of equipment failuresActively promote safe work behaviors and hold self and direct reports accountable for following safety rules and regulations. Conduct accident/injury investigations and send reports of injury to HR in a timely manner to meet rapid reporting standards. May coordinate and/or facilitate plant safety meetings and trainingUnderstand and fulfill the requirements and regulations for food safety and quality. Administer policies, procedures and programs related to operationsSupervise production scheduling so appropriate quantities and varieties of product are produced to fill orders, meet demand, meet productivity goals, etc. Ensure materials (e.G., ingredients, packaging) are appropriately staged for next production runsWork effectively with employees to promote positive and productive working relationships. Effectively apply work rules, union contract provisions (if applicable), and employment policies. Administer discipline consistently and fairly. Work with Human Resources and plant management to resolve employee grievancesComplete supervisory activities such as administering employee promotions and transfers; reviewing and editing employee timekeeping; completing performance evaluations; mentoring, training, and coaching employeesFollow all DFA good manufacturing practices (GMP) and work in a manner consistent with all company regulatory, food safety, quality, and sanitation requirementsRequirements:Bachelor of Science in Food Science, Dairy Science, Business Administration. Will consider a minimum of 5 years of work experience in dairy or food industry manufacturing in lieu of a degree3+ years of food manufacturing experience and 1+ year of supervisory experience in a food manufacturing environmentKnowledge of and skill with MS Office Suite and company computer systemsKnowledge of continuous improvement modelsBenefits:Comprehensive Benefits Package available 1st of the month after start date401(k) with company contribution – 100% vested on day one of eligibilityCompetitive payPaid vacation and holidaysCareer growth opportunities – we promote from within!Service recognition and employee rewardsEmployee referral programTuition reimbursementWork for dairy farm familiesAn Equal Opportunity Employer

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    Production Supervisor -2nd Shift  

    - Cleveland

    Company Overview:With 50 years of industry experience and facilities in North America and Europe, Arrow provides the highest quality gaming products and the most reliable service in the industry. This professional support enables the social and charitable gaming organizations we work with to focus on fun, competition and profitability. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Arrow is comprised of over 1,000 skilled employees worldwide.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Supervising hourly associates and overseeing daily production schedule on a high volume printed product production line.Organizing, assigning, instructing and directing the daily tasks of production employees and ensuring those tasks are completed efficiently and with great attention to quality.Ensuring that production areas are properly staged, inventory is stocked, and notifies the proper department when stock reaches designated minimum levels.Maintaining and enforcing department standards including safety and regulations, supporting continuous improvement, teaching productivity techniques and monitoring progress.Assist with the performance management of line associates (performance appraisals and reviews, discipline, training, recommendations, etc.).Work closely with HR Department to interview, hire, and cross-train new reports.Responsible for the cleanliness and orderliness of work areas to a 5S standard.Responsible for the enforcement of company safety policies and compliance with OSHA standards and regulations.Other duties as assigned by Management.Requirements:BS/BA in a technical or manufacturing related field is highly preferred.5+ years of experience supervising 20+ direct reports in a high volume, labor intensive, packaging, or light assembly environment.Understanding of production planning and process flow in a manufacturing environment.High attention to detail, quality control, and continuous improvement.Prior leadership training, mentoring, or coaching training is a plus.Strong communications and leadership skills.Highly organizedOther Pluses:ISO 9001 experience or trainingContinuous Improvement/ Six SigmaIND1Arrow International, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Arrow International, Inc. and all of its subsidiary companies and affiliates to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, national origin, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. Arrow International prohibits any such discrimination or harassment.Qualified MILITARY VETERANS are welcome and strongly encouraged to apply.XNQ41kYoin

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    Production Operator Iii - Cnc  

    - Louisville

    CNC Machine OperatorsHMI Glass is a rapidly growing glass fabricator who is expanding their workforce due to demand. HMI Glass fabricates glass shower enclosures, commercial glazing systems, artisan glass and specialty glass products. We are seeking CNC operators on our second and third shifts with the company.Job Requirements:Milling, drilling, cutting and notching holes in glass products, accurate tape measure readings and use of measuring tools like calipers and micrometers. Ability to handle and lift up to 70 pounds of glass and stand for 8 hour shifts. We are willing to train employees who possess manufacturing machine operator experience or has proven mechanical aptitude skills (auto mechanic, Carpenter, etc.).We Offer:Competitive payMedical/Dental/Life/DisabilityGenerous PTO401K with company match and much moreBenefits start 1st of the month following 30 days of employment!

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    Production Supervisor (1st & 2nd Shift)  

    - Owatonna

    Lakeside Foods is a family-owned company providing wholesome foods to enrich people’s lives through food. We are a culture that pursues our vision of growth and innovation with passion, confidence and commitment. We are strongest together – valuing collaborative contribution, transparency and new ideas to enable change and growth. We are committed to an inclusive and respectful environment that promotes a healthy work-life balance. And there’s a seat at the table for you.Become One Of Our Valued Production Team Members:Here at Lakeside Foods, our production team is the backbone of our operations. Production Supervisors are respected team members, providing support, guidance, and work direction to execute daily plans. If you are a creative, positive, self-motivated individual with strong attention to detail, we want to talk with you.What You’ll Get:Competitive wages based on experienceMonday-Thursday (12 Hour Shifts, Fridays as needed)Stable work environment with a growing companySchedules to maintain work/life balanceExcellent market-leading medical insurance, dental and vision insurance, with medical premiums starting at just $53/month!Paid vacation and personal upon beginning employmentRetirement plan with company match of 50% up to 6% of payAdvancement OpportunitiesVaried tasks from day-to dayAn Employer that works hard to ensure your safety on the jobPositive work environment with family spirit What You’ll Do:Day-to-Day Job Duties & ResponsibilitiesOperate the production areas under good manufacturing practices.Responsible for job orientation and hands on training.Ensure all food processing equipment and areas are clean and ready for the next day’s production.Maintain an open line of communication with all employees.Supervise and maintain appropriate records for all phases of production, assuring accurate records.Document Process deviations and QA hold products.Assess procedures to improve yields and reduce wasteAdhere to all Lakeside Foods policies and proceduresMay perform other duties as assigned by management What You’ll Bring:Knowledge of Food Safety/SQF regulations (Preferred)Knowledge of food manufacturing operations and equipment (Preferred)Bilingual (Spanish preferred)Leadership experience (Preferred)High school diploma or general education degree (GED) requiredPositive attitudeStrong work ethicSafety mindsetWhere You’ll Work:WELCOME TO OWATONNALocated one hour south of Minneapolis, Owatonna is rich in history. From Historic Downtown shops, restaurants and outdoor concerts, to over 700 acres of parklands and walkways, there is something for everyone in OwatonnaIND3Lakeside Foods welcomes people of all backgrounds and the varied ideas they bring to the workplace. Being an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer is part of our heritage and culture. We recruit, hire and promote employees based on qualifications and merit, without regard to race, religion, age, gender, disability, marital or veteran status.M/F/D/V

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    Production Operator  

    - Northlake

    Who We Are:Challenge Manufacturing is a leading Tier 1 automotive supplier to a growing portfolio of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) customers. Since 1981, Challenge Manufacturing has grown from a very small shop in Walker, Michigan to 12 locations across North America with 4,000 team members supported by 1,500 industrial robots.What Makes Us Different?Challenge Manufacturing is an employee-owned company and is currently ranked in the top 50 largest employee-owned companies in North America. Being an employee-owned company enables the Company to maintain a collaborative and teamwork-oriented work culture. Additionally, over time as the company grows, employees will share in that upside financially through ESOP retirement benefits.Challenge is #PeoplePowered!Position Summary:Production Operators perform the following duties in a manufacturing setting:Load, unload, inspect, and pack parts in assembly cells or stamping presses following customer approved specificationsFollow written procedures (JES), monitor quality and communicate production and quality issues to the Team Leader or SupervisorEnsure health, safety and 5S policies and standards are followed. Report any unsafe conditions to Supervisor immediately.Move or transfer components and parts to workstations from racks, boxes, carousels, etc.Requirements:High School Graduate or equivalent preferredMust be 18 years of age or olderAble to stand for 8-10 hours a day and be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the position, with our without reasonable accommodation.Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.Benefits We Offer:We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, Health Savings Account with annual employer contributions, Flexible Spending Accounts, Company-Paid Short-Term Disability and Basic Life, Voluntary Life and LTD, Employer 401k Match, ESOP shares, tuition reimbursement, and paid time off.


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