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Retort Operator 2Nd Shift
Retort Operator 2nd Shift
Veolia ES Technical Solutions Electronics Recycling Division (ERD) is a nation wide provider of electronic recycling and mercury recovery services. Retort Technicians participate in sorting and dismantling of mercury bearing equipment and debris. Technicians will load and unload mercury processing vessels.
Operation of basic hand tools and material handling equipment (pallet jack, dolly, forklift) is required on daily basis. 2nd Shift is 3:00 pm to 1:00 am Monday through Friday.
Responsible for performing a variety of routine tasks in the movement and processing of hazardous and non-hazardous materials including disassembly, sorting, packing, re-packing, and loading and unloading. Operates equipment such as lamp processors, distillation ovens, shredders, pallet trucks, forklifts, bailers, compactors, air compressors, hand tools, overhead cranes, and scissor lifts
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains a safe and compliant work environment at all times. Works safely and wears appropriate PPE for task.
Complies with all environmental, health and safety policies and procedures.
Loads and unloads retort processing container from mercury retort ovens.
Constructs packaging/boxes/containers and prepares for shipment.
Uses a variety of hand tools such as impact wrenches, drum carts, and saws.
Moves material within the facility using appropriate equipment such as hand trucks, pallet trucks, forklifts, etc.
Dismantles/sorts mercury bearing materials for retort.
Operates and performs routine inspections on recycling equipment.
Prepares by-product materials for shipment.
Assists in completing paperwork for processing/transportation of materials.
Performs general housekeeping duties and maintains a clean, organized and safe work area.
Follow SOP's for safe, efficient, and compliant operation of equipment
High School Diploma or GED
Successful physical examination and pre-employment screen. Must be physically capable of performing assigned tasks and capable of tolerating varied environmental conditions.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules and standard operating procedures.
Ability to perform simple mathematics such as adding and subtracting by two digit numbers, and multiply and divide by 10's and 100's.
Previous experience in waste recycling helpful, but not required.
Mechanical aptitude is helpful, not required
Must have valid driver's license.
Local candidates preferred.
Veolia is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Retort Operator 1St Shift
Job Essential Functions:
Manually lift boxes or containers up to 75 lbs. so as to transfer the contents of the containers to canisters used on the retort oven.
Inspect the contents of each container to ensure that only materials that are appropriate for retort are transferred to the canisters.
Maintain equipment during operation to assure it is in proper working order.
Report and communicate any mechanical problems with equipment.
Mark, label and maintain accumulation containers.
Utilizes personal protective equipment.
Complete required paperwork to document work performed.
Additional Job Functions:
Operate and use a forklift for movement of materials to transfer the contents of containers with weights exceeding 75 lbs to canisters used in retort ovens and to load and remove canisters from retort ovens.
Operate retort ovens.
Take air sample readings to maintain safe employee exposure limits and air permit compliance for mercury.
Complete daily inspections of processing equipment and air pollution control devices.
- High School Diploma or GED
- . Knowledge of VES-TS standard operating procedures, policies, and regulations
Skilled in the use of electronic equipment including barcoding scanners
Ability to communicate effectively
Ability to safely operate material handling equipment
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Ability to work well in team environment
Heat Treat Operator - Ssbo/107
To thermally process castings in air or vacuum heat treat furnaces in order to change metal microstructure to meet customer specifications.
1.Preparation and Scheduling:
Objective: to accurately and efficiently stage parts for heat treat processing; to schedule loads in order to produce maximum furnace load capabilities.
A. Reviews documentation and tech cards to identify parts, determine temperature and load requirements, and determine test bar requirements.
B. Identifies and consolidates castings with the same processing requirements.
C. Inspects parts for contamination; cleans prior to loading.
D. Loads and seals castings in retort or baskets by hand or with forklift; arranges loads to eliminate warping or distortion.
2.Air Furnace Operations.
Objective: to operate high and low temperature air furnaces at optimal capacity, insuring compliance with customer specifications and proper furnace operating procedures.
A. Inspects furnace systems to ensure proper operations.
B. Loads furnace according to load charts; sets controls and monitors computerized Data Acquisition System.
C. Controls argon flow to achieve proper dewpoint levels throughout the heat treat process.
3.Vacuum Furnace Operations.
Objective: to operate vacuum furnaces at optimal capacity, insuring compliance with customer specifications.
A. Checks pumps and elements in furnace; checks leak rate.
B. Loads/unloads baskets and operates furnaces; controls and adjusts furnace temperatures; operates quench.
C. Monitors all aspects of the process, including dew point, vacuum level and temperature ramp/hold time.
D. Operates and monitors computerized Data Acquisition System.
E. Maintains proper vacuum level and temperature ramp/hold during cycle.
4.Documentation. Completes records, logs, non-conformance reports, and production reports.
Objective: to maintain heat treat equipment, complete minor repairs and assist maintenance with major equipment problems.
A. Locates and repairs vacuum, argon and oil leaks.
B. Troubleshoots furnace problems.
C. Performs minor maintenance on furnaces and equipment.
D. Performs housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean work area.
Objective: to take responsibility for and demonstrate safe work practices.
A. Adheres to plant and department safety rules.
B. Safely operates all equipment and tools.
C. Identifies and reports safety problems.
7.May provide training and work direction as assigned.
8.Performs other tasks as directed.
1.Training is provided on the job.
2.PCC's Forklift Driving Safety Training must be completed.
1.Working knowledge of air and/or vacuum heat treat furnaces is preferred, OR demonstrated ability, as shown by one or more years manufacturing furnace operator experience, to function as an expert furnace operator.
2.Ability to read and follow complex specifications on Tech Cards and Process Control Procedures, perform arithmetic calculations and follow verbal instructions.
3.Ability to work independently.
4.Ability to lift and/or maneuver objects weighing forty to sixty pounds and occasionally up to one hundred pounds.
5.Ability to work in difficult working conditions which may include exposure to noise, dust, chemicals, temperature extremes and other elements for extended periods of time.
MAJOR PLANT DIFFERENCES:
1.LSBO requires basic metallurgy course as a training requirement.
PCC Structurals is committed to a diverse workforce. As Equal Opportunity Employer, VEVRAA Federal Contractor, affirmative action employer we provide equal opportunity to all persons, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability, status as a protected veteran, national origin, color, or any other classification in accordance with federal, state, and local statutes, regulations and ordinances "Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran Status/VEVRAA Federal Contractor". Veterans are encouraged to self-identify as PCC Structurals desires to provide protected veterans priority referrals for open positions. PCC Structurals complies with all laws and regulations associated with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veterans' Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact 503-652-3512 for assistance. PCC Structurals is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor committed to providing priority referrals of protected veterans for its openings.
Veterans are encouraged to self-identify as desires to provide protected veterans priority referrals for open positions. PCC Structurals complies with all laws and regulations associated with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you would like more information about Equal Employment Opportunity as an applicant under the law, please visit www.eeoc.gov
Histotechnician (Per Diem)
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values-integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
Multiple Positions Available
Prepares and processes tissue specimens for microscopic examination. Inputs information into the LIS.
Maintains equipment and prepares special stains and immunostains. Files surgical pathology blocks and slides. Has a working comprehension of the technical and procedural aspects of histopathology.
Comprehends and follows procedure guidelines. Recognizes unexpected results and instrument malfunction and takes appropriate action. Demonstrates laboratory technical skills to other laboratory personnel.
1.Prepares Tissue Specimens for Processing1.1. Adheres to the procedure manual for proper handling of specimens, and quality results in other situations.1.2. Cooperates with office personnel to insure reports are distrubuted in a timely fashion.1.3. Daily checks to insure proper program is being used to process specimens.1.4. Daily sets up water bath with distilled water.1.5. Removes processed tissue from tissue processor and embed in hot paraffin using the proper orientation for the tissue.1.6. Consistently cut paraffin blocks 4 and 5 microns and mount tissue on glass slide. Skilled in adjusting cutting angle of knife.1.7. Stains, coverslips and labels all glass slides for viewing of tissue under the microscope. Skilled in the use of the automatic stainer and coverslipper.1.8. Sorts blocks numerically daily.1.9. Displays ability to identify any mislabeling of blocks.1.10. Reports any and all discrepancies to supervisor promptly.1.11. Files blocks in appropriate filing cabinet.1.12. Files micro slides in appropriate filing cabinet.1.13. Verifies blocks against embedding log. Resolves any discrepancies.1.14. Compiles, checks and edits embedding log.2. Special and Immunohistochemistry Staining2.1. Maintains log of specimens to be decaled. Checks each bone specimen for level of decalcification. Wash in water and place in container for processing.2.2. Checks request book daily for other than routine stains ordered.2.3. Perform special stains and immunostains with excellent results.2.4. Insure procedure to be used is in compliance with pathologist request.2.5. Enters special stains and immunostains into the CoPath computer.2.6. Displays ability to modify and/or change staining procedures as necessary. Relates all changes to the supervisor for approval.2.7. Obtains and test specimens to be used as positive controls.2.8. Enters orders and verifies special stains and immuno stains.2.9. Enters controls, special stains and immunostains on surgical, autopsy and consult cases.2.10. Chooses appropriate workgroup when entering special stains.2.11. Prints logs and labels.2.12. Files logs in appropriate notebooks.3. Equipment Maintenance3.1. Daily rids microtome of paraffin by cleaning exterior with an antiseptic solution.3.2. Always adheres to procedure manual for time intervals for lubricating microtome.3.3. Maintains log of routine maintenance on automatic slide stainer, rotary microtome, embedding stations, coverslipper, and other instruments used in histology.3.4. Cleans out retort of tissue processor daily after cleaning cycle.3.5. Maintains good cutting edge on knives by honing and/or stropping daily or as needed.3.6. Always checks and records temperatures of water baths, ovens, paraffin dispenser, paraffin pitcher, refrigerators, and embedding stations.3.7. Adheres to prescribed safety practices and procedures.3.8. Reviews all written policies yearly.4. Related Responsibilities4.1. Assist in cutting room as needed.4.2. Enters frozen sections into CoPath.4.3. Accessions surgical pathology specimens as needed.4.4. Assist office personnel in locating slides, pulling blocks, etc.4.5. Records date recieved and date opened on reagents.4.6. Demonstrates comprehension of the technical and procedural aspects of histopathology.4.7. Recognizes unexpected results and instrument malfunction, and takes appropriate action.4.8. Demonstrates laboratory technical skills to other laboratory personnel.4.9. Assist with specimen projects as requested.4.10. Carries out assigned tasks in an efficient manner, uses time well, and seeks additional work to utilize free time.4.11. Willingly carries out additional assignments as required.4.12. Recognizes the scope of responsibilities and functions within the limitation of the job description and organization structure.4.13. Responds in a positive manner to constructive criticism.4.14. Good team worker. Exemplifies optimal cooperation and positive attitude towards co-workers and others.4.15. Demonstrates high degree of dependability and reliability under a variety of working conditions.4.16. Displays honesty and sincerity in providing feedback to management concerning ideas for improved organizational efficiency and better patient care.4.17. Is able to work independently, with a high degree of self motivation, requiring minimal supervision.4.18. Maintains and adheres to departmental and hospital policies and procedures regarding patient/department/medial staff, etc., confidentiality standards.5. Continued Medical Education5.1. Takes initiative to update knowledge of and skills in new procedures, equipment, methods, tools, techniques, and so forth.5.2. Plans and carries out activities to update skills in the most efficient and cost-effective manner, prioritizing based on current job needs.5.3. Remains practical in attempting to apply updated skills to department's current routine.5.4. Consistently demonstrates economy and proper usage of supplies and equipment.5.5. Participates in helping department reorganize and maintain a healthy working environment for fellow employees.
High school deploma and completion of two years of clinical laboratory experience in histopathology OR completion of an accredited histotechnology (2 year) program OR associates degree and one year histopathology experience. ASCP certification (HT) required.
One to two years experience as Histotechnician preferred.
ASCP (HT) required unless grandfathered into position.
Extreme manual dexterity required. Excellent attention to detail, hand-eye coordination, technical, communication and organization skills required.
Comprehends and follows procedural guidelines. Recognizes unexpected results and takes appropriate action.
This position requires multiple manual transfer of accession numbers in order to maintain the patient identification. Transposition of numbers could result in erroneous diagnoses and inappropriate medical care/treatment.
The technical skill in floating 4 micron tissue embedded paraffin ribbons onto glass slides and preserving specimen integrity through many dehydration and hydration processes represents the greatest challenge for this position. Specimen samples are often extremely small and cannot be replaced if the tissue is denatured inappropriately. Processes are highly manual.
Position requires steady hands and excellent dexterity. Extended hours sitting at a microtome are required.
R&D Senior Technician
The R&D Senior Technician will be responsible for executing and properly document product formulation work, support New Product Beverage development, brand maintenance and productivity, along with commercialization needs of the NACP (North American Coffee Partnership) product development team.
Performing all activities in a safe manner and within the context of all PepsiCo safety protocols
Support scientists in testing new ingredients and developing beverage models
Accurately prepare beverage and beverage concentrate samples for experimentation by:
Developing a detailed testing plan with timeline
Scheduling production runs in technical center
Acquiring necessary ingredients and packaging
Coordinate the production and storage of samples
Submit samples for analytical or sensory testing
Thoroughly document experimental details in laboratory notebook
Maintain and document laboratory inventory.
Maintain a safe, clean and organized laboratory environment
Effectively work with members of other groups in order to maintain the lab or conduct lab work
Ability to manage and learn a wide variety of products characteristics from cold filled to numerous thermal processed (low acid retort , aseptic and ESL ) beverages
Ability to manage multiple project tasks to support the individuals of the workgroup, manage time and expectations for group needs. Effectively communicate conflict of requests
- Bachelors degree in Scientific field
- 1+ years experience (professional or internship)
Technician and/or Summer Intern experience(s) at a consumer goods company
Laboratory bench work experience in school or industry. (Work in food and beverage industry a plus)
Familiarity with common lab analytical instruments and beverage processing equipment
Must demonstrate relentless commitment to working safely and maintaining a safe work environment
Ability to flawlessly execute bench work
Must be proactive, reliable and self-motivated
Must possess good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to proactively and positively interface with various technical functions
Must be well organized, capture work details and learning and highlight any unexpected learning
Must possess ability to work successful in cross-functional teams
MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and Outlook (email/calendar)
Under general direction from and reporting to the Site Leader(s)/ Field Leader(s), the Solids Control Technicians are responsible for overseeing the mechanical processes which is used to provide enhanced drilling operations and recycle drilling mud through closed loop, and other mud systems. Individuals are responsible for rig- up, rig- down, retort analysis, mud checks for weight, monitoring and maintaining shale shakers, pump(s), centrifuges and centrifuge related equipment and completing all required paperwork as well as the operation of a excavator and forklift duties that are but not limited to mixing cuttings, transferring cuttings, and loading trucks. The work schedule generally consists of 12-hour shifts with normal rotation of 14 days on and 7 days off rotation.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties
- Ensures that all equipment and systems are being operated to Stage 3 Separation standards and policies;
- Operates, monitors and controls process levels, mud weights, pressures and flows for applicable processes and systems in a safe and efficient manner;
- Ensures that all required documentation is collected, accurate and completed on a timely basis;
- Collects and validates all critical data required to complete daily reports;
- Regularly attends and actively participates in safety meetings, identifies any safety issues to supervisor, reports all incidents and assists in investigations;
- Performs routine mechanical equipment maintenance as required and/or needed;
- Maintains safe and clean equipment and work area;
- Ability to perform physical tasks and duties include but not limited to heavy equipment operation, moving equipment, transferring of drill cuttings, equipment cleaning and housekeeping requirements.
Qualifications, Experience & Education
- High school diploma or equivalent is required;
- A valid driver's license, and reliable transportation;
- Previous field experience in the Oil and Gas industry required; dewatering and solids control experience preferred
- PEC or Rig Pass- Safeland, SafeGulf certification would be considered an asset but not required;
- Heavy Equipment certification (excavator, and forklift) would be considered an asset but not required;
- Ability to work 12hr shifts (days, swing, and nights) as well as weekends and holidays (14 days on/7 days off);
- Willingness to work flexible hours;
- Willingness to travel to remote locations across the southern United States.
- Ability to work in all weather conditions including extreme heat or cold depending on location;
- Ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally;
- Experience working with Microsoft Office and other computer systems.
- Strong team player with the ability to work independently;
- Effective organizational skills are required;
- Must be able to; lift 55 pounds and walk up and down stairs/ladders frequently, stand for extended periods, and work in tight spaces.
Operator 1 (North Sioux City, SD, US, 57049)
A mutually rewarding experience.
Work. Realize your ambitions. And realize there's more to being in business than just making a profit. That's the Mars philosophy. And the opportunity we offer every one of our Associates. An opportunity to take what you do and make it mean more for you, for those around you and for the planet. What you get here is challenging, interesting work. You get the tools you need to do a great job and you get to have the best possible people on your side to help you do it. And at the same time as getting to find ways to do business better today than we did it yesterday and driving a great career, you also get to build a more enlightened business and drive sustainability.
Because it's never just about a single person, a single project or a single brand. It's about how you can grab everything that's within your reach here and use it to pursue mutual, long-term gain. It's about having ideas. And ideals. Being prepared to risk failure because the promise of success means we'll all be a little better off. It's that mix of integrity and ambition that makes Mars such a special place to work. And why working here is always about more than just a job.
About Mars, Incorporated
Mars is a family-owned business with more than a century of history making diverse products and offering services for people and the pets people love. With almost $35 billion in sales, the company is a global business that produces some of the world's best-loved brands: M&M's®, SNICKERS®, TWIX®, MILKY WAY®, DOVE®, PEDIGREE®, ROYAL CANIN®, WHISKAS®, EXTRA®, ORBIT®, 5™, SKITTLES®, UNCLE BEN'S®, MARS DRINKS and COCOAVIA®. Mars also provides veterinary health services that include BANFIELD® Pet Hospitals, Blue Pearl®, VCA® and Pet Partners™. Headquartered in McLean, VA, Mars operates in more than 80 countries. The Mars Five Principles – Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom – inspire its more than 100,000 Associates to create value for all its partners and deliver growth they are proud of every day.
Operator I's are system experts in their assigned area, and are highly functional in multiple areas. Operator I's must also ensure efficiency, operational conformance, product quality and continuous improvement. Functions as a member of an area team which is directly responsible for the efficient production of quality products in the required quantities. Operate specified machinery in the assigned area. Operator I's must have the skill set to train and/or perform the tasks of other associates in the area as needed. This job requires Strong Communication, Interpersonal and Team Building skills to support site objectives.
You must be willing to work 12 hour shifts. The majority of our openings will be night shift. The hours are 5:30 PM- 6 AM. The work schedule is 2 on, 2 off, 3 on, 2 off, 2 on, 3 off.
Performs all assigned activities & job tasks within a line or area
Able to perform jobs consisting of but not limited to: Can Supply, Loader, Unloader, Cooler, Dries, Meat Receiving, Mixer Helper, Filler/Seamer, Meat Table, QA Check, Retort Forklift, Caser and Labler.
Operates equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
Takes corrective actions in solving problems to root cause level.
Able to assess equipment operating reliability and perform routine repairs, adjustments and malfunction troubleshooting.
Works with Maintenance to complete equipment PM's.
Able to maintain accurate records of QC checks, production numbers or waste performance.
Keeps detailed log books: Performs all shift support documentation in a quality matter
Performs QC tasks such as metal checks, inspection of date codes, item numbers, dump logs, etc.
Good housekeeping practices shall be followed.
High degree of ownership for product quality: Performs all standard quality checks & other quality related duties. Follow all plan GMP's.
Able to operate a forklift.
Able to operate a computer and utilize the basic standard desktop systems.
Understands principles of inventory control.
Has knowledge of the plant's products and goals.
Understands production schedules, production computer systems, work instructions
Has general knowledge of Mars & the systems used by the business.
Ability to lift at least 50 pounds.
Context and Scope
Demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment, taking initiative with team along with other team members to train, motivate and solve problems.
Demonstrated ability for communication, verbally and written, along with good listening and organizing skills.
Mars is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.
Production Specialist - Casa Grande, AZ Plant 3Rd Shift
At Abbott, we're committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve.
Primary Function / Primary Goals / Objectives:
The Production Specialist is responsible for all tasks associated with retort or aseptically sterilizing, filling and sealing of Infant and Medical Nutritionals. Functions include, but are not limited to the operation of all related filling, processing and sterilizing equipment and sampling responsibilities. The operator will also be responsible for safety, general housekeeping and team support. Operators may also be required to operate finishing equipment (depalletizer, labeler, casepacker, capper, etc.)
Reacts and takes corrective action to any and all deviations.
Monitors charts and performs tests to assure sterility.
Operates CIP/SIP processor/filling equipment including hookups.
Responsible for the accurate completion of the work order and other documentation.
Responsible for maintaining a safe and clean working environment.
Monitors and evaluates hydrogen peroxide levels throughout the filler, making necessary adjustments.
Effectively communicates within the department and plant with all levels of employees.
Reviews and performs calculation for work orders and charts.
Does PMs such as oil, grease and minor machine and process adjustments.
Responsible for maintaining and replenishing production materials.
Completes general housekeeping and sanitation tasks.
Responsible for maintaining accurate records on all inventories.
Accountable for accurate documentation of work orders, production reports, etc., under their area
of responsibility. Accountable for maintaining the cleanliness of the work area.
This position is accountable for complying with applicable FDA (GMP), USDA, OSHA and Abbott Nutrition regulations, policies, procedures or guidelines.
Accountability / Scope/Budget:
Accountable for accurate documentation of work orders, production reports, etc. under their area of responsibility. Accountable for maintaining the cleanliness of the work area.
This position is accountable for complying with applicable FDA (GMP), USDA, OSHA and Abbott Nutrition regulations, policies, procedures or guidelines.
High School Diploma or GED required.
One year production experience required. Must be able to work effectively within a team environment, possess excellent attention to detail and problem solving skills. Must be able to read and understand process and instructions.
DIVISION:ANSC Nutrition Supply Chain
LOCATION:United States > Casa Grande : Plant
SIGNIFICANT WORK ACTIVITIES:Continuous standing for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day), Continuous walking for prolonged periods (more than 2 hours at a time in an 8 hour day)
Abbott is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
EEO is the Law link
- English: http://webstorage.abbott.com/common/External/EEO_English.pdf
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Associate Product Complaint Investigator
Key principals of responsibility of the Associate Product Complaint Investigator is to investigate product complaints by determining the failure cause, and communicate such events in the Complaint Management Database while maintaining compliance with the company's Quality System and Regulations standards for customer complaints.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform product complaint investigations on reported product failures; conduct technical review of reported product complaint information; identify and document the root cause of failure in accordance with company procedure
Review, document, and update the Retorts & Concessions database
Perform a quality check of Customer Complaint records in accordance with the company procedure
Document and maintain company customer product complaint investigations and reporting
Perform general office duties including but not limited to data entry, copying, filing, scanning, and labeling of Customer Complaint and Quality System Records in accordance with company procedure and work instructions
Maintain proper storage of customer complaint investigations by company procedure and/ or departmental needs
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Strong attention to detail required
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal skills
Demonstrated problem-solving skills
Must have the ability to work and communicate effectively with others
Experience with MS Office suite required
High school diploma or certificate required
Associate and/or Bachelor's degree preferred
3+ years general office experience preferred
Please note that any offer of employment made by BioHorizons is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment background investigation to include a pre-employment drug screen.
Solids Control Technician's
Our Solids Control Technician's provide exceptional customer service while operating solids control equipment on client drill sites. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Operating heavy equipment, troubleshooting and repair of minor electrical issues, assisting with the rigging up and rigging out of solids control equipment and completing all required paperwork.
HOURS: 14/7 Day Rotation (14 days on / 7 days off)
Why work for Clean Harbors?
Health and Safety is our #1 priority and we live it 3-6-5!
Competitive wages (Hourly pay + OT)
Comprehensive health benefits coverage after 30 days of full-time employment
Group 401K with company matching component
Generous paid time off, company paid training and tuition reimbursement
Positive and safe work environments
Opportunities for growth and development for all the stages of your career
Ensuring that Health and Safety is the number one priority by complying with all safe work practices, policies, and processes and acting in a safe manner at all times
Completes all required paperwork on a daily basis
Manages the equipment on site and ensures it is not damaged
Ensures equipment is not moved prior to being ready
Collects data (mud weight, retort data, etc.)
Rigs in and rigs out solids control equipment
Services, repairs and maintains solids control equipment (i.e.: GR pump)
Troubleshoots and repairs minor electrical issues as well as any other issues that arise
Completes tasks associated with dewatering
Performs other duties and tasks assigned by management as required by the needs of the Clean Harbors business
What does it take to work for Clean Harbors?
1+ years of Solids Control work experience required
High School Diploma or GED equivalent
Strong computer skills with the ability to use mobile computers
Valid Driver's License with a clean 3-year driving record
Ability to work day and night rotating shifts
Ability to travel for extended periods of time
Join our team today! To learn more about our company, and to apply online for this exciting opportunity, visit us at www.cleanharbors.com/careers
Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Everywhere industry meets environment, Clean Harbors is one-site, providing premier environmental, energy and industrial services. We are solving tough problems through innovation and proven methodology – come be part of the solution with us.
We thank all those interested in joining the Clean Harbors team; however only those that complete the online application and meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role.
Clean Harbors is a Military & Veteran friendly company.
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