Temporary Employee(s)

Company Name:
FMC Corporation
The successful Temporary employee(s) will work for production in finishing, extract, and/or warehouse as needed. The temporary position could have potential for regular employment. This is a 24/7 operation with 10 - 12 hour alternating shifts.The starting wage is $13.35/hour, plus $1.25/hour night shift differential. A willingness to work, learn, and actively participate in a team environment dedicated to continuous improvement is necessary. Safety is a priority in this position. High school diploma or GED is required. Hands-on experience in a manufacturing environment (especially chemical manufacturing) is preferred. Fork truck experience is a plus. Ability to work some overtime is expected.
The successful candidate will have a basic understanding and comply with all safety and environmental procedures.
In an industrial environment the temporary will perform all the routine duties listed on the job training task list. The objective of the position is to generate products to meet customer needs. You will learn, understand and comply with Good Manufacturing Practices and Quality Management System procedures; Lock Tag Try, Hot Work Permit, and Confined Space Entry responsibilities. You will communicate and transfer information as needed to other team members; and, participate in identifying and solving problems in your area.
High school diploma or GED
Qualifications include safe work habits; basic math skills; good communication abilities; some mechanical aptitude; fork truck experience is a plus; and a willingness to work, learn and actively participate in a team environment dedicated to continuous improvement. We have a special interest in individuals who have had a positive experience working varying shifts.
Date: 2014-05-01
Country: US
State: ME
City: Rockland
Category: Temporary
Job Type: Temporary

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