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Warehouse Operator
Ref No.: 18-00889
Location: HILLIARD, Ohio
Position Type:Contract
Experience Level: 2 Years
Pay Rate : $ 13.50 - 13.50 /Hour
Shift:First, Second, Third
Shift Comments:
Must be flexible to be placed on any shift listed below. 3rd shift Sun-Friday 11pm - 7am 1st Monday-Friday 7am - 3:30pn 2nd Monday-Friday 3pm -11:30pm We will work with the shift they prefer as much as possible Willing to work overtime as needed.
Job Category:General Labor/Warehouse
Benefits:Dental Insurance, Medical Insurance, Vision Insurance
 On-Board Services Hiring Warehouse General Operator 

On-Board Services, a Family-Owned U.S. Based Professional Staffing and Search Firm, is assisting one of the largest chemical companies with a search for Warehouse General Operators

Please reivew the job details below.
3 Operators Needed ASAP
Work Location:  Hilliard, OH
Reports to:  Production Manager
Must be flexible to be placed on any shift listed below.  Must be willing to work overtime as needed


1st Monday-Friday 7am - 3:30pm
2nd Monday-Friday 3pm -11:30pm 
3rd  Sun-Friday 11pm - 7am 

1.0  POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • This position is responsible for working in at least one (1) production area to ensure customer requirements are met.  
  • This person will also follow all safety procedures and assist fellow co-workers as needed.  
  • This person will work with moderate supervision, and will receive most direction from the Shift Leader or Supervisor.

2.0  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES will include the following:
  • Additional duties are described in the Quality System Procedures Manual, Work Instructions, and/or Job Training Checklist as applicable.  
  • Other duties may be assigned as required to fulfill the objectives of the department and the Company.

GENERAL:
  • Maintains a clean, safe work areas and minimizes material spillage
  • Strives to achieve all production and quality goals.
  • Assists maintenance when directed by Shift Leader.
  • Communicates with all employees, particularly those from a proceeding/following shift to ensure everyone understands the status of products, equipment, quality, etc.
  • Provides representative samples to Quality Control in a timely manner, and responds to QC's inquiries in a timely manner.
  • Maintains accurate an appropriate logs, records and/or reports.
  • Follows all Company policies, practices, and procedures.
  • Responsible for evaluating equipment for proper working conditions and completes work orders for maintenance if needed
  • Immediately alerts Shift Leader when a problem (equipment, product, personnel issue) is encountered.
  • Empties process dust collectors, nuisance dust collectors and central vacuum systems and ensures area is in compliance with environmental permits
  • Cleans equipment between products to ensure there is no cross contamination from product to product.   

BOWL LOADING / MIXING AREA:
  • Coordinates work schedule with systems, materials, and manufacturing services to ensure timely delivery of information and materials.
  • Loads pre-weighed raw materials into mixing bowls
  • Mixes batch per instructions
  • Maintains material feed to keep extruder running.

BONDING/BLENDING AREA:
  • Loads pre-weighed base material into a mixer per batch ticket instructions
  • Adds additional raw material to mixer per batch ticket instructions
  • Presets conditions for each individual batch per batch ticket or Shift Leader's instructions
  • Monitors/adjusts the process as needed to meet customer specifications
  • Ensures accurate fill of finished goods.
  • Transfer raws materials in the computer system and keeps accurate inventory of their raw materials
  • Follows all aluminum safe handling procedures

EXTRUSION AREA:
  • Sets conditions for each individual batch per instructions from batch ticket.
  • Monitors/adjusts the process per Shift Leader's instructions.
  • Monitors/adjusts the cooling belt to insure appropriate chip size and thickness.
  • Ensures there is no cross contamination of products through efficient cleaning and appropriate use of dust collection equipment.
  • Ensures spare screws are clean and ready for next run

GRINDING/PACKAGING AREA:
  • Sets conditions for each individual batch per instructions from batch ticket   
  • Monitors/adjusts the process per Shift Leader's instructions with specific attention to particle size
  • Ensures accurate fill of finished goods containers.
  • Ensures product clears alpine check
  • Wraps skids of finished goods

30 and 40 Room:
  • Presets conditions for each individual batch per instructions from batch ticket.
  • Monitors/adjusts the process per Shift Leader's insructions with specific attention to particle size
  • Monitors/adjusts the cooling belt to insure appropriate chip size and thickness.
  • Ensures there is no cross contamination of products through efficient cleaning and appropriate use of dust collection equipment.
  • Ensures spare screws are clean and ready for next run.
  • Ensures accurate fill of finished goods containers.
  • Ensures product clears alpine check
  • Wraps skids of finished goods

3.0  SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

4.0  POSITION ACCOUNTABILITY
  • Once trained on equipment and company procedures this position is supervised at moderate levels depending on the individual's ability to work independently and with confidence.
 
  • The work done in this position may originate outside of the individual's work group and as such maybe indirectly supervised by others.
 
  • Existing policy and standard practices govern the use certain equipment and materials, some process conditions and safety practices.

5.0  WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
  • The Operator reports directly to the Production Supervisor.
  • The Operator works closely with his peers and lead person.  
  • Work on many projects at different stages must be coordinated for equipment availability.  This requires the use of tact and understanding of company objectives and priorities.

6.0  PERFORMANCE MEASURES  
  • The individual will be reviewed for his or her ability to perform the functions of the job at the end of the introductory period and annually thereafter as specified in the Employee Handbook.

7.0  QUALIFICATIONS  
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

7.1  EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or three months related experience and/or training; or any combination of education and experience at the Supervisor's discretion.

8.0  TRAINING NEEDS  
8.1  Quality System Familiarization                                      
  • Departmental management shall assure that personnel receive appropriate familiarization as defined in the Quality System Procedures Manual, Section 18.0, and the applicable Departmental Work Instructions.

8.2  Technical Training - N/A
8.3  Safety & Hazardous Materials Training
  • Must attend safety meetings and training offered by the site as require by OSHA.

8.4  On-the-Job Training
  • As needed to learn appropriate departmental work procedures. An Operator must be certified by a Shift Leader as being able to run and train new employees in one (1) of the functional areas.

9.0  MAINTENANCE OF QUALIFICATIONS  
  • This position requires the following training to remain qualified:
  • Meets or exceeds requirements in job performance review

10.0  PHYSICAL DEMANDS
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel.  
  • The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms and talk or hear.  
  • The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.  
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 55 pounds.  
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and push or pull items.  
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  
  • Must be able to wear all applicable Personal Protective Equipment.      

11.0  WORK ENVIRONMENT
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, and vibration.  
  • The employee is occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock and outside weather conditions.  
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually very loud.

WHAT'S NEXT?

APPLY NOW!!!!!


To Apply for consideration please apply through this job board or send your resume toLeslie Brannon at leslie.brannon@onboardusa.com  and reference job #18-00889 in the Subject Line.  If you meet the requirements above then I will likely contact you to assist you in becoming a candidate.

The On-Board Family of Companies conducts operations through its Corporate Headquarters located in East Windsor, New Jersey along with Regional Offices in New Castle, Delaware, and Raleigh, North Carolina.

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On-Board Services provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.