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Line Operator - Bakery 3rd Shift

POSITION SUMMARY:
Stack crusts when toting, correctly place crust stacks into totes and the correct amount for variety being toted, maintain a high level of quality product, do net weights for crusts, notify Sheeting Line Operator of heavy or lightweights, maintain clean work areas, weigh recycle dough and supply to Dough Mixer, take care of waste dough, remove inferior product from line, and monitor billets to ensure proper shape. This is done in order to: Give best possible yield in Bakery to meet efficiencies, assure quality product for Assembly and the consumer, minimize amount of waste in Bakery and Assembly areas, keep the Bakery a safe place to work, and place correct amounts of crusts into totes for inventory.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Monitor scrap return conveyor
Inspect crust before entering spiral freezer
Weigh recycle dough and supply Dough Mixer
Help Conveyor Specialist during downtime
Weigh crusts
Stack crusts for toting
Rotate with crust toters
Place correct amount of stacks/crusts into totes
Help during EC:
Help change out press dies
Check spirals for product on floors
Clean up work areas--general housekeeping
Perform all backup duties as trained and assigned
Qualifications
REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:
High school diploma or equivalent
REQUIRED SKILLS:
Must maintain regular work attendance
Use good manufacturing practices
Must maintain pace with production
Requires a quick eye and good peripheral vision
Must be able to identify a quality and inferior product
Requires muscle coordination and finger dexterity
Must rotate between rework handling, Hertzler/inspection, toting and with Ingredient Persons, if trained
Must have common sense
Must work well with others and have respect for fellow workers
Neatly and correctly document required information
The Nestl Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.
Category: Operations, Nestle USA, Bakery


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