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Production Associate III
Ref No.: 18-05124
Location: Logan, Utah
Shift - 3rd shift, 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM (starting to 10:00 PM on Sunday Night
Position has a possibility of conversion to full time client; however, there is no guarantee.

Candidates will need to have a HS Diploma or equivalent

Role Summary/Purpose
The production technician may have responsibilities including manufacturing, assembly, basic
testing, packaging and shipping of products. All technicians carry out the production process by
closely following the standard operating procedures as they relate to materials handling,
equipment operation, & finished goods packaging.
Essential Responsibilities
•Reads and follows work procedures and schematics or receives verbal instructions regarding
duties to be performed
•Performs manufacturing/assembly operations and various tasks following procedures, bills of
materials, work instructions, and process aid sheets
•Maintains daily production output
•Inspects in-process & finished product
•Follows all EHS and Quality policies and procedures
•May participate in quality control inspections
•Works with team lead, engineers, supervisors, and managers to improve quality and process
•Other duties as assigned, and may be asked to be included in quality activities, training sessions,
and employee activity teams

•High School Diploma/GED or local equivalent
•Ability to work the schedule, some overtime as required
•Ability to communicate, receive and understand complex instructions regarding duties to be
•Adherence to Good Manufacturing Principles
•Demonstrated ability to detail and quality-minded work habits
•Demonstrated ability to communicate with co-workers and leadership
Physical Requirements:
•Frequently move, lift, carry, push or pull weights up to 50 lbs unassisted and occasionally
lift/move weights greater than 50 lbs with assistance.
•Frequently climb stairs and ladders
•Frequently squat, stoop, kneel, crouch, turn, pivot and reach
•Frequently use fingers or hands to grasp, clamp, move, finger, handle and feel small objects
•Ability to continuously stand or walk
•Ability to work in a dusty environment and be exposed to nuisance levels of dust
•Ability to work in a noisy environment
•Ability to wear protective equipment including clean room gowning, chemical resistant clothing,
safety glasses/goggles, hearing protection, respirator
•Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision,
depth perception and ability to adjust and focus on objects