Calender Let Off Operator Job Description Sample
Who We Are and What We Are All About:
Help build a cleaner, safer and more connected world through a career with Rogers Corporation. At Rogers, our innovative materials technologies enable breakthroughs in clean technology, internet connectivity, mass transit and more -- but it's our people that set us apart. Integrity and respect are at the heart of how we work. We excel at building enduring relationships that foster trust with our colleagues and business partners. We work creatively and cross-functionally a rewarding work environment. For a brighter tomorrow, explore Rogers today across the globe to deliver unique solutions to our customers in the United States, Europe and Asia.
The calender operator will function as part of a team to meet production goals. This position will communicate production issues and take direction from the department supervisor on a daily basis.
Set up and monitor all manufacturing parameters relating to the safe, efficient production of solid silicone.
Perform and record all in-process inspection/testing relating to maintaining product traceability and run documentation.
Assure that a sufficient quantity of raw material base is available to meet daily production demands.
Communicate with various departments such as quality, shipping and value added relative to product quality issues and availability of material for further processing or shipping.
Participate in the training of new employees.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Required Education and Experience:
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- 2 years previous calender or extruder experience
Ethics and Values
Integrity and Trust
Preferred Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent
Attention to detail
Excellent mechanical aptitude
Good communication skills
Minimum of 5 years calender or extruder experience (with Rogers or another company)
Must be able to lift 70 pounds
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
This is a full-time position. Hours of work and days vary by shift.
Employees are expected to work 8 - 12 hours per shift, in accordance with their assigned shift. As dictated by business needs, ability to work overtime and maintain flexibility with work schedule may be required.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
The operator must be able to stand on their feet for long periods of time (8 to 12-hour shifts) and be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs. routinely. This position involves bending, stooping, standing and walking on a regular basis throughout the duration of the shift. The employee is frequently required to use hands, arms and fingers to reach, lift, pull, push and move materials with or without use of a material handling cart, as required.
Rogers Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals, as well as other protected groups.
How You Can Apply for this Position:
Visit us at: www.rogerscorp.com/careers to apply!
With an outstanding work environment, vast developmental opportunities, and a top- notch benefit package, it is no wonder a large majority of our employees have been with us longer than 10 years. Come join a winning team!
In addition to a competitive salary package, we offer:
Comprehensive health plans that include medical, dental, vision, and access to complementary and alternative medicine coverage
Wellness program, including fitness membership reimbursements
401(k) with company match
Participation in discretionary bonus plan
Employee stock ownership plan
Generous vacation plan
Strong work/family and employee assistance programs
Tuition reimbursement program
Employee discount program
Excellent training and development opportunities
Rogers Employees Federal Credit Union
About Rogers Corporation:
Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG) is a global leader in engineered materials to power, protect and connect our world. With more than 180 years of materials science and engineering experience, Rogers delivers high performance solutions that enable clean energy, internet connectivity, and safety and protection applications, as well as other technologies where reliability is critical. Rogers delivers Power Electronics Solutions for energy-efficient motor drives, vehicle electrification and alternative energy; Elastomeric Materials Solutions for sealing, vibration management, and impact protection in mobile devices, transportation interiors, industrial equipment and performance apparel; and Advanced Connectivity Solutions for wireless infrastructure, automotive safety and radar systems. Headquartered in Connecticut (USA), Rogers operates manufacturing facilities in the United States, China, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, and South Korea, with joint ventures and sales offices worldwide. For more information, visit www.rogerscorp.com.
Fork Truck Operator
JOB TITLE: Forklift Operator
DIVISION: Engineered Materials
LOCATION: Franklin, KY
JOB CODE: 68HBMF/68HRFD/68HSMT
FLSA STATUS: Hourly
About Berry Global Inc.
We are proud to be a leading global manufacturer of plastic packaging products and protection materials serving multiple markets including food and beverage, personal care, pet care, household chemical, food service, healthcare, and industrial. Serving more than 21,000 customers, including some of the world's largest consumer packaging (CPG) manufacturers, we are strategically expanding internationally to serve the needs of the rapidly growing global markets. With a history of acquisitions, we have grown to account for 131 manufacturing locations and employ over 23,000 individuals around the world.
PURPOSE: To foster an environment of learning and application. Our commitment is to provide you with a real-life, meaningful experience where you will manage projects from start to finish.
- Take raw materials from the warehouse, load onto elevator and send them to the upstairs area.
- Take empty pallets of pans to banbury extruder as required.
- Move rubber from banburys to the warehouse or mass mills.
- Take raw materials to mass mills as required.
- Take adhesives from mass mills to calenders or the warehouse.
- Take raw materials and other supplies to calenders as needed.
- Bring empty boxes and other supplies to the 3D-banbury extruder as needed.
- Move chips/pre-blends from the 3D- banbury extruder to a trailer or the warehouse as needed.
- Keep the warehouse and warehouse racks neat, clean, orderly and organized.
- Ensure that all raw material, adhesive and rubber have proper identification before moving them from a work area or storage area.
- Coordinate activities with machine operators, compounders, material handlers and mass tenders to ensure that all machinery is supplied in a proper and timely manner.
- Inform supervisors of any problems with materials or products such as off color material and misidentified or unidentified material.
- Inform supervisor of material shortages and pan shortages.
- Load and unload material from trailers as needed.
- Set up mass mills (properly "spot" needed materials and supplies).
- Consolidate materials in the warehouse.
- Prioritize tasks to keep all machines operating.
- Move materials or products as needed.
- Follow all fork truck safety rules such as blowing horns at aisle intersection and doorways and look behind before backing up.
- Perform other tasks as required and directed.
Follow all company and departmental rules, regulations, and policies.
Perform other duties as required or directed.
High School Diploma or GED
Previous manufacturing experience preferred
Must have excellent attendance
Maintain a safe work environment
Must be able to work overtime as required
Must be able to perform all duties in a safe and effective manner
PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF JOB:
Operator must be able to operate standing or sitting fork trucks by manually manipulating various hand components on control panel of the fork truck.
Operator must have adequate physical and cognitive attributes to safely operate and navigate fork truck.
Operator must be able to operate fork truck to move pallets to designated areas throughout the plant.
Operator must be able to manually move and manipulate pallets and stray parts to proper position on fork truck for transportation throughout the plant.
Operator must be able to load finished pallets on trailer.
Operator must be able to shrink-wrap finished pallets.
Operator must able to change out shrink-wrap rolls.
Operator must be able to change batteries on standing fork truck.
Operator must be able to remove empty and replace full propane fuel tanks on truck.
Operator must be able to maintain a clean and sanitary work area.
Operator must be able to operate a computer and a scan gun as well as all associated software (JDE, DC Link, etc.)
0% of an 8 hour day
1-33% of an 8 hour day
34-66% of an 8 hour day
67-100% of an 8 hour day
≤ 2.6 hours
³ 2.7 hrs - ≤ 5.2 hrs
≥ 5.3 hours
Standing: (Occasional) Operator must be able to stand to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as operating standing fork truck, placing boxes on pallets, manually adjusting stray parts and pallets on to fork truck, changing batteries, maintaining a clean workspace and removing of empty and replacing of full propane fuel tanks.
Walking: (Occasional) Operator must be able to walk to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets, manually adjusting stray parts and pallets on to fork truck, shrink-wrapping pallets, maintaining a clean workspace, and removing of empty and replacing of full propane fuel tanks.
Sitting: (Constant) Operator must be able to sit to operate sitting fork truck.
Lifting: (Frequent) Operator must be able to lift 40 pounds from floor to waist level of 48 inches to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets. Operator must also be able to lift and lower propane fuel tanks weighing up to 35 pounds from ground to chest level of up to 48 inches (team lift of greater than 50 pounds) to remove of empty and replace full propane tanks from truck.
Carrying: (Occasional) Operator must be able to complete front or side carries of various parts weighing up to 40 pounds for distances up to 20 feet to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets, changing out shrink-wrap rolls and changing propane tanks.
Pushing/Pulling: (Occasional) Operator must be able to generate push force and pull force of ≤ 50 pounds to adjust stray parts and pallets on fork truck, using pallet jack, sliding/moving propane fuel tanks, and operating hand controls on truck.
Forward Bending: (Occasional) Operator must be able to attain/maintain a forward flexed position of up to 60 degrees to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets, adjusting stray parts and pallets on fork truck and changing of propane fuel tanks.
Trunk Rotation: (Frequent) Operator must be able to rotate their trunk/torso left-right in a seated and standing position to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as operating fork trucks and performing cleaning duties.
Reaching: (Constant) Operator must be able to forward reach to a shoulder level to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets, adjusting stray parts and pallets on fork truck, operation of hand controls, changing of batteries and propane fuel tanks.
Manipulating/Handling/Gripping: (Constant) Operator must be able complete gripping, pinching and manipulation of various pieces of equipment to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as operating hand controls, operating steering wheel, placing boxes on pallets and changing of propane tanks. A grip force of ≤ 50pounds is necessary for the completion of tasks.
Climbing: (Occasional) Operator must be able to ascend/descend steps and /or equipment varying from 7 – 12 inches in step heights to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as entering/exiting standing and sitting fork trucks and walking up steps to change propane tanks.
Squatting: (Occasional) Operator must be able to squat to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as placing boxes on pallets and to access filled propane tanks on racks.
Postural Balancing: (Occasional) Operator must be able to maintain both static and dynamic standing balance to complete various duties associated with essential job functions such as operating standing fork truck, placing boxes on pallets, manually adjusting stray parts and pallets on to fork truck, changing batteries, maintaining a clean workspace and removing of empty and replacing of full propane fuel tanks.
Medium Work (Level 3) as defined by the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.
Very Heavy (5)
≤ 10 lbs.
≤ 20 lbs.
≤ 50 lbs.
≤ 100 lbs.
≤ 10 lbs.
≤ 25 lbs.
≤ 50 lbs.
≤ 10 lbs
≤ 20 lbs.
SIGNIFICANT WORKSITE MEASUREMENTS:
Tools:weighing up to 10 pounds.
Materials:weighing up to 40 pounds.
Steps/Ladders: up to 7-12-inch step/rung heights.
TOOLS/EQUIPMENT USED TO PERFORM JOB:
Standing/Sitting Fork Trucks, PPE Equipment, Cutting Knife
January 2015 (Evaluator Jase Pinerola, PT, DPT, Kevin Winn, CSCS; Employee, Todd Crafton)
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative PRN
Medical City Plano
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative
PBX Operator / Communications Operator / Telephone Operator / Call Center Representative / Receptionist / Customer Service Representative processes calls and pages. The Operator takes an active role in communication for emergency codes, conditions, and drills. The Operator also monitors security alarms.
High school diploma/GED preferred
PBX experience preferred
Minimum of two years of heavy multiline phone experience is required
Operator Helper - Equipment Operator
Under supervision, perform semi-skilled manual work in connection with an entry level position in power plant operation. Assist equipment operators while learning the following job duties:
Isolate, clean, open, replace, inspect, close and return to service plant equipment. Isolate equipment and place/remove clearance tags in the plant and switchyard. Operate, regulate, adjust, clean and perform minor maintenance on plant auxiliary systems.
Monitor and inspect all plant equipment for normal operation. Identify and report abnormal conditions to the proper authority and write work orders. Operate, clean, service and lubricate portable power driven tools and equipment.
Maintain tools, equipment and work areas in a clean and orderly condition. Utilize portable meters, analyzers and equipment to conduct tests and monitoring. Lubricate and check lubrication equipment; adjust packing glands as necessary and perform necessary operative maintenance, using appropriate hand tools.
Operate oil filtering equipment. Erect and remove simple scaffolding and rigging. Perform routine cleaning of plant areas and equipment, including outside areas, as assigned.
Load, unload, move and handle materials, supplies and equipment; open boxes, barrels, bags and other materials using material handling equipment.
Monitor water chemistry as required. Maintain water pH and follow EPA guidelines as applicable.
Assist in preparing boilers and auxiliaries for operation and removal from service. If applicable, monitor coal feed to mills and burners and observe conditions of fires and furnaces. Hand lance slag in boilers, hand- operating soot blowers, unplugging ash lines, disposing of clinkers and other similar work.
Use flow diagrams to identify system piping and equipment and revise these prints as required. Make required equipment checks and assist in performing tests and preparing related reports, graphs and curves. Perform duties in accordance with Company's safety rules, operating regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices.
Train for and carry out assignments in firefighting, first aid and other emergency response programs as required. Perform other job duties as assigned.
Operator Tech I - Wireline Operator
Demonstration of wireline operations technical skills and practical applications, including supporting surveying and wireline logging services, conducting rig-up and rig-down of down hole equipment, disassembly of tools, and post-job on-site equipment testing.
Operate heavy equipment such as Wireline Trucks, Manlifts, Bucket trucks and Forklifts. Support other projects at the Geysers such as performing steam well and pipeline maintenance and assisting with Steamfield and Power Plant operations.
Routine maintenance of wireline equipment at jobsite and assembling tools.
Performing rig-up procedures and installations at jobsites.
Performing safe operation of crane and sling loads.
Performing pre-job preparation of wireline equipment, wireline units, survey jobs and ensuring completion of pre-job logistics.
Removing and disassembling tools and equipment in the field.
Carry out post-job shop responsibilities, including cleaning, servicing equipment, office equipment testing, and accurate and timely submission paperwork and related files.
Preparing and maintaining documentation for jobs, daily reporting, and all applicable administrative functions.
Perform general shop duties for tools and equipment.
Comply with applicable safety standards and maintain a safe working environment
Cooperate with management in promoting, developing and maintaining a safe place of work and safe working practices, meeting all applicable health, safety and environmental requirements
High School Diploma and attendance in trade/vocational school, military service, or equivalent.
Entry level; minimum 2 years directly related experience including understanding of health and safety regulations, and previous experience working with and around hazardous energy, chemicals and waste materials including knowledge of safe handling, storage,
Must have experience with machinery repair.
Must have strong mechanical aptitude and basic understanding of chemistry, physics, electricity and mathematics.
Must have a valid California or other state equivalent Class C license and be in the process of obtaining a Class B license.
Preferred Valid Active Commercial Driver’s License (CDL Class B, Minimum)
Preferred Two years previous experience in wireline and/or geothermal/oilfield industry.
Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.
Calpine is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities. If you are interested in applying for employment and need special assistance or an accommodation to use
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Field Operator 2 - Marine Systems Operator
Northrop Grumman's Mission Systems Sector Undersea Systems Division is seeking a self-starting, motivated Field Operator 2 - Marine Systems for an excellent opportunity to join a dedicated team. The team designs, develops, tests, delivers, and operates advanced prototype, unique marine systems.
The qualified candidate will split time working ashore in Southern California and worldwide at-sea aboard commercial work boats. The field site personnel possess a wide variety of engineering disciplines including mechanical, ocean, electrical, and software engineering; drafting; mechanical and electronics assembly; and quality assurance. Candidates for this position are expected to contribute to this broad technical depth with good problem-solving skills and hands-on workmanship abilities. Ashore duties will focus on equipment maintenance and upgrades and operational qualifications and training. At-sea duties will focus on equipment readiness and operations in a high tempo environment.
The Field Operator must be able to work collaboratively in small, technically focused teams; prioritize and adjust tasks simultaneously to accomplish the project result; determine priorities to achieve the required goal on short and long term basis, and make decisions that have an impact on the organization's credibility, operations, and services.
This position is envisioned to be full-time with comprehensive benefits including health and dental insurance, paid time off, and matching contributions to a 401K retirement account. However, qualified candidates who desire part-time/deployment-only employment will be considered and are encouraged to apply. Part-time employees will work at-sea for weeks or months followed by extended time off without pay. Full-time employees will split time between working at-sea for weeks or months followed by working ashore at the Southern California field site.
This position is contingent upon the candidate obtaining a DoD Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access.
High school diploma or GED
Five years of hands-on experience operating and maintaining marine systems, such as remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), or diving systems
Ability to work at-sea aboard a commercial vessel. Each at-sea assignment will typically last 45-60 days and employees are generally expected to support at least two at-sea assignments per calendar year. Annual physical exams are required to verify fitness for sea duty.
The chosen candidate be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access; this requires US citizenship.
Active Top Secret Clearance/eligible for SCI access is desired.
Bachelor Degree in a STEM field such as mechanical, ocean, or electrical engineering
Prior military experience, preferably U.S Navy
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Process Operator II - Preweigh Operator
1st and 2nd shift
Maintain a clean, safe and orderly work environment by properly identifying and storing ingredients, supplies and products as directed by supervisors and efficiently using various hand tools and equipment.
Read and follow the daily production schedule and instructions, prepare packaging materials by retrieving items form storage, applying labels to containers, setting up and loading filling machines, stacking and palletizing products operating various automatic and manual packaging machines, scales and printing devices, industrial lift trucks, pallet jacks and other material handling equipment.
Prepare ingredients according to production schedule and instructions for blending and compounding using various tools and measuring devices, included but not limited to: digital/manual scales, pumps, and hand scoops, buckets, bags, supersacks and pallets. Operate various processing equipment designed to break up, grind, mix, transport, or otherwise prepare ingredients for final processing
Assist other operators as directed.
Bipro Operator Bipro Operator Th-Sat Every Other Sunday Night 5 Am To 5Pm
Agropur is currently looking for a BiPRO Operator at our Jerome, ID location.
Essential Functions Include the Following:
Operate equipment and control processes in the production of high quality/ high value whey products, while applying learned knowledge of processes involved and production methods.
Complete CIP of the equipment used in the production of high quality/ high value whey products.
Complete all documentation in an accurate and timely manner.
Follow all GMP, SOP and HACCP programs.
Follow all safety programs and procedures directly involved with the whey department.
Monitor processes, materials, or surroundings and reviewing information by telephone, in written form or in person.
Identifying information by categorizing, estimating, recognizing changes or deviations in circumstances and or/events.
Perform operator level maintenance as needed when needed.
Assisting other coworkers with tasks and duties that are within the department as assigned.
Train other/new employees.
Ability to pay strong attention to detail and multitask effectively.
Ability to read and understand SOP's.
Understand and troubleshoot product flow's
Able to properly document information legibly.
Understand and obey all Good Manufacturing Practice.
Previous food production is preferred.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Requires the ability to communicate and document work.
Strong organizational skills.
Good to excellent spelling, grammar and written communication skills.
Track and maintain information on a database.
Intermittently be able to lift 60 pounds.
Be able to move up and down stairs.
Able and willing to work safely with chemicals.
Ability to wear hearing protection.
Able to move above about work stations in a manufacturing environment for a 12 hour shift.
Be able to work at floor level, waist level, and shoulder level repetitively.
Be able to work the shift assigned and fill in other shifts as needed.
Be able to work weekends (including Saturday and Sunday) and off shifts if needed or assigned.
AA/EEO Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Machine Operator III - Fin Machine Operator 2Nd Shift
Ensuring Chart's Success…
Chart's manufacturing group is critical to building our products on time and of the highest quality to our customers. The Machine Operator III will work towards our production goals along with peers through the direction of lead man, shift supervisor, and plant manager.
What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…
Candidates will have be running McElroy and Happy fin tube machines
Reads, interprets drawings and written instruction applicable to specific machining process.
Performs set-up and operation as required without supervision.
Performs all required measurements.
Capable of required tool selection for required task.
Trains, or assists in training new employees.
Can safely operate overhead or jib type cranes and rigging.
Performs all non-electrical preventative maintenance as indicated by supervision for specific machinery.
Adhere to all safety guidelines and policies.
Other duties as assigned.
Your Professional Experience Should Be…
- The ability to reading a tape measure as well as blue prints.
Your Education Should Be…
- High School Diploma or Equivalent Work Experience
Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to:
Standing for prolonged periods of time.
Occasional repetitive lifting up to 60 lbs as regular daily activities necessitate.
Handle or feel objects.
Tools or controls and talk or hear.
The employee is occasionally required to walk, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
Chart Industries is an equal opportunity employer.
Compost Loader Operator (Compost Utility Equipment Operator I, II)
NOTICE OF EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT
If you previously applied you do not need to reapply to be considered.
LOCATION: TULARE LAKE COMPOST, KETTLEMAN CITY
Tulare Lake Compost is a new Districts facility near Kettleman City that started operation in January 2016. For more information about this facility and the operations, please visit:
To operate equipment in support of the daily operations and maintenance of a composting facility.
Under general supervision, incumbents will perform varied tasks such as operating utility equipment and using hand tools to perform composting activities, custodial and other processing duties; load and distribute biosolids, bulking agents, feedstocks, compost, amendments and other related materials; use equipment to push, lift, pile, convey, place, mix, grind, screen and spread composting materials as well as finished compost; assist with building heaps in various phases; operate a mobile winder to cover and uncover compost at various stages of the process; assist in manually anchoring and sealing the compost cover system; inspect equipment prior to use and reporting any repair or maintenance needs; fuel vehicles and equipment; assist with the maintenance of equipment and site facilities; keep basic records of tasks performed using computerized and manual recordkeeping systems; and perform related duties as required.
These positions may be filled at either level. COMPOST UTILITY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I is the intermediate level class of the series in which incumbents continue to develop proficiency. COMPOST UTILITY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II is the fully proficient level of the series.
For BOTH CLASSES: A valid California Class C driver license for positions performing on-the-job-driving.
A valid California Class B driver license may be required for positions operating a small motor sweeper if driven on public roads and streets; -AND- for the COMPOST UTILITY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I level: One year of progressively responsible experience operating a variety of utility equipment. For the COMPOST UTILITY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II level: One year as a Compost Utility Equipment Operator I for the County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County or equivalent.
Prior experience operating loaders, skid-steers, dump trucks, or similar utility equipment is highly desirable.
EXAMPLES OF ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
For BOTH CLASSES: Knowledge of:
Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the operation and maintenance of a composting facility; hazards and safety precautions of the work. Ability to: Perform the more difficult and complex tasks of the crew; use various hand tools; safely operate a variety of utility equipment; perform heavy manual labor for extended periods of time; understand verbal and written instructions; understand applicable safety rules and procedures.
The selection process will consist of a Written Test worth 30%, an Interview worth 30%, and a Performance Test worth 40%.
This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled. Please apply online as soon as possible.
Notifications regarding this selection process may be sent via e-mail. You are responsible for monitoring correspondence from this office by checking your e-mail account in a timely manner. To ensure proper delivery, please verify your e-mail address is valid and correct; check your spam folders; and add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list.
Applications and Supplemental Questionnaires will be reviewed and evaluated for relevant experience.
Those candidates considered to have the best qualifications will be invited to the written exam.
Those candidates that score the highest on the written exam will be invited to interview.
Candidates that receive a qualifying score on the interview will be invited to the performance test.
Prior to appointment, a thorough reference check will be conducted. The recommended candidate must undergo a job related pre-employment physical, which includes a drug and alcohol test. Candidates are also subject to a review of their DMV records.
As an equal opportunity employer, the Districts strongly encourage qualified minorities, women and disabled persons to apply.
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