Production Operators perform food production tasks to create crave-able dough products that are distributed and baked daily in our over 2,100 bakery cafes. Production Operators are responsible for ensuring a safe, clean, GMP working environment while following rigorous procedures to ensure a deliciously consistent product. Production Operators will operate a variety of food manufacturing equipment including but not limited to mixers, molders, and dishwashers.
Qualifications and Experience
Essential Physical Requirements
The following physical requirements must be performed with or without reasonable accommodation. The work environment requires tolerance to variations in temperature, wet conditions in dishwashing area, exposure to food products, and manufacturing equipment that includes a variety of controls and mechanisms.
Looking for energetic team members to join a fast growing company! Starting pay rate $16/hr with possibility for raise after 90 days. Minimum 40 hours per week with possibility for overtime.
• Assemble shipping boxes, insert liners and ice packs.
• Palletize completed orders
• Verify sleeve accuracy in each Selection Zone/Bay to match assigned placement.
• Pack, load, and ship outbound orders to meet required timelines for daily departure.
• Audit order accuracy and saleable condition during Packing Operations.
• Operate all equipment safely and per procedure
• Staging areas are to be properly numbered, stocked, staged, and delivered both while organized in the staging area, as well as when delivered for selection.
• Keep floors clean and clear of debris.
• Complete and verify Bill of Lading for outbound shipment
NIGHT SHIFT AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY! (4:30PM TO 3AM)
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Manufacturing Operator is $33,310 per year or $16 per hour. The highest paying Manufacturing Operator jobs have a salary over $41,000 per year while the lowest paying Manufacturing Operator jobs pay $26,000 per year
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