Line Operator 3rd shift

Company Name:
Nestle
POSITION SUMMARY
To ensure continuous and proper flow of product in a safe and efficient manner to meet maximum production; strip, quarter, inspect, and tote Canadian bacon; and relieve people for breaks. This entails setting up a process whereby people get as timely a break as possible. This is done in order to: ensure continuous product flow with least amount of downtime and provide quality product to the lines.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Top Service Position: Fluff crust, put crust on table, rotate stock, fill circle dispenser, and complete audit sheets.
Crust Placing: Put crust on circle, will put crust and circle on belt when machine fails.
Meat Dumper: Set up work area, supply meat to meat dumper, record audit information, and monitor machine settings and hopper levels.
Pep-O-Matic: Keep machines full of pep sticks, record audit trail information, and work as pep inspector fixing pizzas.
Garnish Applicator: Keep applicator full of garnish, record audit trail information.
Waste Removal and General Cleaning: Sweep floors and put waste in proper container.
Relieve for breaks.
REQUIREMENTS and MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL
- High School Diploma/GED
- Ability to read, write, and perform simple math calculations
- Inspect raw materials per requirements
- Inspect finished product per requirements
- Perform line duties efficiently to prevent line shutdowns
- Ability to lift up to 40-50 lbs
The Nestle companies are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran

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