To provide ingredients to the tote and bag dumping stations, insuring a constant and proper supply to the converter lines. Also to provide and set up totes of finished product to the packaging lines where this support is needed.
DUTIES (List most difficult to perform first, etc.) 1. Driving Lift Truck: a) To secure totes, skids and super sacks of ingredients from warehouse and positioning of these totes and skids at dumping stations and super sack stations. b) To return empty skids and totes to proper storage in warehouse or to tote wash area for cleaning. Neatly stack super sacks for recyling. c) To remove trash from area and deposit it either in trash compactor, trash truck or recycle bin. d) Transfer powder from super sacks to totes as needed. e) Sample, inventory, sort and align bulk ingredient inventory. f) Performing safety and mechanical inspection of lift truck prior to start of each shift. 2. Maintaining records of ingredients used. Insure that these ingredients are correct and properly cleaned before used. Take any routine samples of product or other special samples as needed. 3. Regulating and maintaining adequate rate of ingredient flow to the convertors. 4. Dumping of all bagged, boxed or barrelled ingredients according to batch card instructions, including reprocess to the convertor lines. 5. Coordinating with convertor operator to insure proper supply of ingredients at the respective stations that they will be located and minimize changeover time. 6. Assisting with building cleaning in the work area and weekend clean up. 7. Be proficient and knowledgeable in MES/SAP. Use MES/SAP to maintain accurate inventory and usage of ingredients by item and location. 8. Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.
**This is a 3rd shift position: 12 am-8 am
$500 sign on bonus after 90 days of employment
High school diploma or equivalent required. Previous lift truck certification and experience highly desired. Previous experience in a food manufacturing environment strongly preferred. Ability to communicate written and orally in English. Willing and able to stand on a frequent basis. Willing and able to work overtime. Willing and able to work various shifts. Able to lift up to 50 pounds.
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