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Experience / Education Required
# of Openings
18 years and older
Full Time – 6:30 am – 3 pm
Drug test and 7-year background check required
This company manufactures eco-friendly cleaning products which requires the employee to safely handle various chemicals in a warehouse setting. This position is responsible for ensuring the safe, consistent, and quality mixing of all production batches based on orders received and stock levels.
Essential Job Duties:
Following batch making schedule and making all liquids necessary to fulfill orders
Taking all batch samples with corresponding batch sheet to Chemist for quality control
Reporting all problems and concerns with new and existing formulas to Chemist
Keeping all raw materials properly labeled and stored and in their proper location
Ensuring that all batch tanks, drums, pails, and lab samples are properly identified and labeled
Providing Purchasing with a weekly requisition for raw materials to be ordered
Ensures housekeeping including a clean, organized batch area, in compliance with all safety regulations
Relocates chemicals received
Handling other special projects and requests as needed
Skills Learned During On-the-Job Training:
How to use Quality Management System
Hazardous communication – Hazardous chemical inventory procedures, Safety Data Sheets, proper labeling procedure, hazardous clean-up, employee access to hazardous chemical information, GHS labels, safe handling procedure, Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations (FRO) training and certification
Forklift training and certification
Sampling of raw materials and water supply – Understand process and observe testing by lab associates
Cleansing and sanitation process (Batch) – Learn cleaning and sanitation process to help ensure equipment used for manufacturing and/or anything that contacts the product is sanitary, hygienic, and will not negatively impact product quality by introducing contamination
Batch process for various products
Inventory move process – Learn to utilize scanner to input into Deacom, steps required to maintain accurate inventory level of liquid materials, follow order of addition, premix, in formula sheet
Batch material issue – Learn process related to material issue / proper inventory transactions, methods, and guidelines for performing inventory “issue” transactions in Deacom, steps to input batch QC data, input production details and approve the liquid to be filled
Receiving raw materials – How to receive and inspect all incoming materials for correct quantity, the quality of materials, and accuracy of shipment by reviewing if any discrepancies occurred when compared against the PO, BOL/packing slip, and any other carrier delivery paperwork
Non-conforming material process – How to identify, segregate, control, and dispose of material identified as non-conforming
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Ability to safely lift bottles, boxes, tools, equipment, and other necessary items (Up to 50lbs.)
Ability to multi-task
Ability to manage time effectively
Detail oriented with the ability to read, comprehend, and follow instructions
Basic math skills
Certifications Gained During OJT:
Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations (FRO)
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