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3rd Shift Supervisor – Warehouse

Housekeeping – At the beginning of each shift, employees will receive their aisle assignments. Supervisors will be responsible for ensuring all assignments are complete and meet client expectations. Trailer and Work Assignments – Supervisors are responsible for properly spotting trailers. Inbound Put-away – Hourly employees are responsible for bay-locating freight geographically. In turn, the Supervisors are responsible for ensuring this process is adhered to. Supervisors must check all completed inbound checklist to ensure procedures are followed. Outbound Process –outbound loads must be inspected by a Supervisor/Lead and accompanied by a load quality form. Accountability – All employee issues/disciplinary action must be addressed immediately. Supervisors will be responsible for these actions. In addition, all issues must be reported to the Facility/Operations Managers. Supervisor/Lead-Man Presence on the Dock – Supervisors are responsible for the actions/productivity of their Lead FLO’s. The main responsibility of the lead-dock man is to monitor employee production, safety, and availability to assist dock employees. In the same respect, Supervisors must monitor the dock on a regular basis. This includes walking/inspecting all areas of the operation. Employee Training – All employees are to be trained in all aspects of the job (inbound, outbound, inventory, etc.). Supervisors are responsible for insuring every employee is capable of every job function. Compensation and hours: Varying hours between 4pm – 4:30am, Thursday – Sunday; must be able to train on 1st shift (7am – 3:30pm, $15.25/hour. Submit your resume here

Machine Maintenance Tech

The General Maintenance position will be required to perform machine and building repairs, as well as acquiring and supervising outside contractors where applicable. This position is a keystone of our facility safety program; and, will be expected to adhere to all safety policies and lock-out/tag-out procedures. Responsibilities and Duties: Create and perform preventative maintenance programs for machine work centers. Troubleshoot and repair any and all facility machine mechanical failures. Fabricate and install machine guarding. Maintain spare parts stock for facility machinery. Perform minor building and electrical repairs as needed. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Some trade school or higher education preferred. 2-5 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment required, maintenance or mechanical background preferred. Welding/Fabricating, Electrical, PLC knowledge, general handyman skills preferred. Self-motivated, independent worker, well organized, willing to learn new skills. Must be able to routinely lift 80-100 lbs. Hours and Compensation: Monday – Friday: 7am – 3pm, temp-hire, $20/hour. Submit your resume here