Warehouse Worker We are currently seeking a Warehouse Laborer in our branch to receive, store, and distribute material, equipment, and products within warehouse and branch by performing the following duties. The Responsibilities Include: -Provide quality service to customers using clear communication skills. -Be knowledgeable regarding all Company products and services. -Count, verify and manually unload incoming orders and shipments. -Utilize a forklift for moving inventory -Verify and manually load orders on outgoing trucks. -Verify and manually load outgoing orders onto customer vehicles. -General yard and office maintenance to include cleaning and painting. -Maintain neatness and cleanliness of warehouse. -Maintain inventory in appropriate/designated storage areas in warehouse. -Perform other duties as assigned by management. The Ideal Candidate Will Have: -Must have some experience with warehouse, forklift, or other machinery -Prefer high school graduate or GED -Ability to lift up to 100 pounds. -Operation of forklift. -Team player with good customer service skills. -Ability to read, speak and write the English language. -Must have reliable transportation to work each day. -Must be able to physically and safely deliver products on roof.
Starting pay is $22.95 - $27.00/hour depending on experience. Duties include assisting in the loading and unloading of hazardous and non-hazardous waste, operating vehicles including tractor trailers, tankers, vacuum/vactor trucks, box vans and performing fieldwork including manual labor tasks such as disconnecting hoses, shoveling/sweeping, lifting and moving materials.
As a member of the Maintenance team and working closely with Production Supervisors, Operators and the Quality team, this experienced LME Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for supporting production by keeping the equipment running at optimum efficiency and responding to and repairing “line down” issues. Key priorities include maintaining and improving machine reliability to achieve production scheduled attainment, finished product acceptability, safe plant operations, and facility food safety and security. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Perform scheduled and regular preventative maintenance. • Diagnose and repair equipment failures typically under “line-down” pressure. • Install and setup new and used equipment. • Interpret and modify PLC programs – use laptop/ladder logic to troubleshoot. • Read blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures, to assemble, dismantle and overhaul machinery and equipment. • Troubleshoot electrical systems using meters and schematics • Follow work assignments as specified and detailed on work orders or from the direction of the team lead or Maintenance Manager; includes the documentation of that work. • Requisition necessary parts and materials for repairs within appropriate timeframes. • Comply with OSHA and other government regulations in regards to equipment safety and machine safeguarding. • Provide reliable and accurate information to ensure line efficiency and communicate end of shift pass downs. • Work to ensure minimum downtime is experienced through effective organization and time management. • Perform basic fabrication, such as cutting, layout, welding, fitting, machining for the purpose of upgrading/customizing the repair of production equipment. • Complete shift documentation accurately and adhere to all daily standard work. • Comply and adhere to GMP (good manufacturing practice) guidelines, safety protocols, and company policies. • Follow all appropriate standard operating procedures (SOP's). • Responsible for the health and safety of self and co-workers. • Perform routine housekeeping of assigned work area and adjacent areas.
This position is starting in Portland Oregon but moving to Ridgefield Washington within 6 months. The CNC Machinist operates CNC Lathes and Mills to create parts within a tight tolerance according to blueprints and schematics. Utilizes Lean Manufacturing techniques to continuously improve quality and processes through suggestions and observations. Understand blueprints, specification, and instructions. Identify size, dimensions, finish, and functionality of the finished product. Verify all fractions, angles, and dimensions on the blueprint for accuracy. Set up and layout own work. Set angles, mount cutting tools, and set jaws and collets. Perform progressive machining, cutting and shaping of metal to precise dimension. Conduct routine daily maintenance on machines. Pay range is $20-$25 based on skills and experience.
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