This role pays $19-$30 an hour depending on experience. Duties include servicing vehicles to maintain functionality. Adjust equipment to ensure optimal performance. Adjust vehicle components according to specifications. Align equipment or machinery. Dismantle heavy equipment or machinery. Grind parts to required dimensions. Inspect mechanical components of vehicles to identify problems. Install vehicle parts or accessories. Lubricate equipment to allow proper functioning. Rebuild parts or components. Repair defective non-engine and engines components. Rewire electrical or electronic systems.
While this role is part janitorial, the majority of the duties will require a mechanical aptitude related more to industrial sanitation. The duties include disassembling, cleaning, sanitizing and properly reassemble all items of the manufacturing equipment used for production in accordance with standard operating procedures. Clean and sanitize all designated production areas. Properly utilize all cleaning and sanitizing equipment and chemicals, reporting any equipment malfunctions. Monitors and completes SSOP and Master Cleaning Schedule (MSS) in a safe manner. Maintains cleanliness of the facility (including production area, warehouse, office, restrooms, break rooms, and outside grounds). Coordinate team members to fulfill daily, weekly, and other routine tasks per SBB Sanitation Programs. Reports attendance of team members, performance, safety practices to sanitation Management.
This is a salaried union role starting at $62,000 and paying up to $68,000 depending on experience. The Assistant Branch Manager reports directly to the Branch Manager and has the overall responsibility for ensuring operations in the warehouse is being maintained in accordance with company policy and guidelines. In addition, the Assistant Manager will be responsible for the entire operations of the warehouse in the absence of the Branch Manager. Depending on the size and volume of the warehouse, a warehouse may utilize one or two Assistants. The duties of the Assistant include overseeing major departments in the warehouse; front end, receiving, perishables area, dry goods floor, equipment and small-wares, reception, inventory control & cash room. In addition, Branch Assistants may also oversee administrative functions, merchandising, safety issues, HACCP, in-store audits, physical inventory preparation, as well as participating in external store audits for the company. The Assistant Branch Manager provides leadership and guidance to all store employees and department Managers and ensures he/she is communicating all pertinent issues to the Branch Manager. The Assistant Manager should also provide continuous feedback to employees to ensure optimum productivity and that customer service/satisfaction is always at its peak.
Duties include driving to customer locations and exchanging boxes of scrap metal. Assisting customers with loading/unloading material safely and accurately. Transporting scrap metals back to scrap yard.
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