The entry level Operator will be responsible for operating and maintaining machinery in the Containment department. In this position, you will have the opportunity to learn and gain working knowledge of all equipment and machinery within the Containment department.
Supervisor-Fill/Finish-Frederick, MD - 3rd Shift (10:00pm-6:30am)
To support production by supervising daily operations. Local candidates/no relocaiton available
Please be familiar with Formulations
Ability to work overtime as needed including both Saturday and Sunday.
$18/hr + $1 shift differential for 2nd shift hours
2nd Shift Monday- Friday 2:30PM – 11PM
Summary: Welds metal components together with mig and tig gas welding equipment to fabricate or repair products such as machine parts, plant equipment, and production equipment by performing the following duties:
Essential Duties and responsibilities:
Benefits : Eligible after 60 days of direct employment
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