General Operators / Packout Operators

On-Board PMO, Inc. is hiring for full-time OPERATORS in Washington, West Virginia. On-Board operators may perform a variety of tasks, such as; light production, warehousing, and packaging of finished product.
These particular opportunities are full-time permanent positions working rotating swing shifts (12 hours days and 12 hour nights). All On-Board PMO operators are eligible for benefits after 60 days of employment.
On-Board PMO, Incorporated is an on-site contract service provider for a local manufacturing entity. The operator will operate all equipment associated with the process of producing a quality product. This may require working on many different tasks during a working shift.
Adhere to all basic safety standards is a job requirement.
Operating vehicles, mechanized devices, or powered equipment, such as; forklifts, electric pallet jacks, and passenger vehicles.
Meet production and quality expectations set forth by site management.
Monitor equipment indicators and product specifications to ensure conformance to production, processing, and quality standards.
Inspect materials, products, and equipment to detect for non-conforming materials and/or poor packaging.
Correctly fill and label packages, skids, and boxes.
Perform data entry as required.
And other tasks that may be associated with operations.

HS Diploma or GED required, professional experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
Candidates must be safety oriented and have a general understanding of OSHA requirements.
Excellent communication skills and the ability to follow written work instructions is a must.
Physical requirements include standing, bending, and lifting up to 55 pounds repeatedly.
This position is located in an industrial environment and all employees are expected to follow safety rules, meet production expectations, and uphold quality standards.
Positions work a rotating 12 hour shift schedule that includes days, nights, and weekends.
Operators are expected to work overtime when required.
Candidates cannot begin an assignment without successful drug & background screening clearances.

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