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\tTo make/produce high quality Treats with minimal yield loss at lowest possible cost to factory. Rotating Shifts, possibly 7 days a week and 12 hour shifts. Standing, Walking, Hot environment year round.
Essential Functions of the Job:
- Make Emulsions
- Make dye
- Make Coating
- Adding hand-adds to dry mixes.
- Responsible for running and monitoring system on a continuous basis
- Responsible for weekly start-ups, shut-downs and clean-ups.
- Responsible for minor maintenance of department equipment.
- Sanitation is a constant and critical issue - keep production and preparation areas clean
- Operation of forklift, pallet jack and hand truck
- Must be prepared to do what is manually required to keep system running
- Work Rotating Shifts
- Work up to 12 hour shifts
- Work up to 7 days a week Skills and Knowledge:
- Ability to work alone/unsupervised (make decisions, correct problems, complete tasks, etc.)
- Knowledge to be prepared for changeovers (have equipment and ingredients, etc ready)
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Good utilization of time and initiative
- Knowledge and experience in use of tools
- Ability to learn and adapt quickly to changes
- Basic knowledge of diagrams and schematics - know how to follow and read
- Basic safety knowledge
- Basic computer skills
- Ability to complete task assigned by team leader without question
- Ability to work quickly and efficiently under pressure
- High level of awareness to be able to run two systems at the same time
- Strong mechanical aptitude
- Basic knowledge of VFD#39;s, forklift battery charger, electric motors, gearboxes, drive shafts, chain and belt drives, various types of pumps, screw conveyors, airlocks, breaker boxes, lockout/tag-out switches, scales, micro-motions.
- Advanced knowledge of products (ingredients, processes, etc.)
- Advanced knowledge of smart screens and their proper uses.
- Good communication skills Physical Requirements:
- Standing: 6 hours out of 8 hours a day (4 hours overtime) max of 10 hours in a 12 hr. day
- Sitting: Changing formulas and doing paperwork (minimal time) usually take breaks and eat lunch in the TINA office.
- Lifting: Up to 50lb maximum limit. Capability of lifting 50lb bags to hand stations. 20 lb. Buckets of ingredients for emulsion batches - dumped into breddo and batch tanks.
- Lift / Pull: Operate hand jack to lift pallets and barrels.
- Push / Pull: Push totes with hand jack, mop and broom for clean up
- Carry: 50lb bags of ingredients from TINA dries room to TINA emulsion prep area (30 - 35 ft.)
- Climbing: Up and down stairs to Emulsion Hopper 5-8 times per shift. Up and down on fork truck 20-30 times per shift
- Balancing: Climbing stairs and ladders.
- Walking: To work area, around machines, out of storveyor area, checking gauges and setting on equipment, and to break areas.
- Stooping: To pick up ingredient bags and carry over to emulsion prep area - picking up ingredient buckets to dump into Breddo and Emulsion batch tank.
- Kneeling: To clean under conveyors and Dryer/Coolers
- Squatting: To pick up hand adds, to clean under conveyors and Dryer/Coolers
- Reaching: Machinery that has been locked out and in need of repair or maintenance, and cleaning
- Handling: Tools, valves, turning machines on and off, ingredient bags, buckets, hoses, water guns, paper work and computer usage.
- Feeling: Checking product texture and consistency
- Twisting: Head and neck rotation while driving fork lift
- Talking: Communicate with co-workers, Packaging operators, Bones Premix operators, Lab workers and Team Leaders.
- Hearing: Machine running, operate forklift, co-workers and alarms.
- Noise: Hearing protection required in all production and packaging areas
- Sight: Operating machinery, complete paper work and monitor production - 100% of time. Education:
High School Diploma or GED required
Working Environment / Physical Surroundings:
Low conveyors, standing/walking on concrete, tight work spaces, extreme temperatures (32 to 120F) hot in the summer and cold in the winter.
Personal Protective Equipment:
Hearing protection, bump cap for head protection, safety glasses, steel toe shoes and high heat gloves.
Automatic equipment, pressurized air hoses, high pressure hoses, strahman water hoses (hot-steam injected water) and very hot piping
The following questions are asked of all internal candidates. Your answers will not exclude you from applying. All internal candidates are required to discuss their interest in a new position with their manager prior to applying.