We are looking for motivated individuals to join our team as Production Operators. We offer great pay, health and welfare benefits, retirement benefits and the opportunity to impact the lives of millions.
Average hourly rate is $26.80/hour Quarterly bonus program Full healthcare benefit package with 3 different medical plan level options, dental and vision plans 401(k) with a 4% company match Pension Vacation Short and Long-term disability Life and AD&D Insurance Flexible Spending Accounts Tuition Reimbursement Identity theft protection Legal Company Store
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The 1200 Nestle Ave. Eau Claire, WI medical nutrition production plant will be adding operators in a variety of areas on 12 hour overnight or 12 hour variable shifts as we take steps to increase production!
POSITION SUMMARY: At Nestlé, basic duties and responsibilities for a production operator can include operating various pieces of production equipment; monitoring production processes and line operations; preparing and maintaining batch records and charts; sanitizing and cleaning equipment; performing inspections on products and preventative maintenance activities on equipment; operating material control equipment (e.g., palletizer, forklift and automated guided vehicles (AGV’s)); loading and unloading materials; weighing up and staging ingredients for processing; and using a computer system (SAP) to track production-related information. Operators apply the principles of continuous improvement in the workplace by leading shift hand over meetings and participating on problem solving teams.
While performing all duties, employees are expected to: Follow the plant safety rules (LOTO procedures, PPE, etc.) report incidents & unsafe conditions immediately. Follow factory safety & environmental objectives & targets. Follow factory food safety, quality objectives & targets. Follow Nestle Good Manufacturing Practices; report food safety and quality issues immediately. Maintain compliance with regulations, and refer to Nestle Quality Management System on all related procedures and programs. Understand the food safety and quality aspects of the position as indicated in the Quality Management System, on-the-job training, and standard operating procedures that apply. Understand and apply the principles of continuous improvement in the work area. Maintain a clean and 5S compliant work area
Successful Production applicants must have the following:
High school degree or equivalent
Minimum of 1 year of verifiable work experience
Consistently reliable attendance
Experience in manufacturing
Demonstrated leadership skills & ability to multi-task
Computer skills acquired through work experience
Willingness to work 12-hour off shifts and/or variable shifts (there are no day shift positions anticipated to be available)
Problem solving/critical thinking abilities
Good oral and written communication skills
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
Please apply directly to http://www.nestlejobs.com to be considered for employment.
Please fill in the work experience section of the application as completely as possible, making sure to include all applicable experiences to the position for which you are applying.
Please attach a resume to your application.
Please provide a valid e-mail address as we do use e-mail to communicate with applicants.
Nestlé offers a competitive wage and benefits package, including health/vision/dental/life insurance, 401K and incentive bonus program.
The Nestlé Companies are an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer seeking diversity in qualified applicants for employment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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