Production Worker - Swing Shift
The swing shift Production Worker is responsible for performing a variety of entry-level tasks as assigned.
- Receives direction from the supervisor or lead.
- Maintains the work area, machinery, and tools in a neat, clean, and orderly fashion.
- Follows all safety procedures, rules, and guidelines; notifies the supervisor or lead of any existing or potential safety issues.
- Follows all standard operating procedures and notifies the supervisor or lead of potential procedural improvements.
- Assists in other work areas when the workload permits or requires.
- Cooperates with and supports co-workers and gets involved as a team player.
- Meets or exceeds the production standards for the position.
- Accurately, thoroughly, and legibly completes all documentation related to this position; i.e., production reports, accurate time keeping, etc.
- Observes closely the operation of tools and machinery and notifies the supervisor or lead immediately of malfunctions or maintenance which may be needed.
- Monitors product constantly to ensure that quality standards are being met and rejects product that does not meet quality standards.
Production Workers frequently work overtime; work environment is in a manufacturing facility, and involves standing for the duration of the shift. While most lifting involves manageable pieces and moderate weights, it is common to handle large, awkward materials weighing up to 40 lbs. Production workers may operate machinery or complete support tasks. Swing shift begins at 5pm, and includes a 12% shift differential.