Salad Line

Hanover, PA

Job ID: 36465 Category: General Pay Rate: $10.00

Berks & Beyond Employment Services, Inc. Is a leading staffing firm that specializes in clerical, industrial, technical and managerial placements. At Berks & Beyond, we recognize that you are a uniquely qualified individual and we take the time to carefully match you to one of our excellent job opportunities. Our close consideration of your individual needs is how we have become one of Pennsylvania's largest staffing companies! Currently, we are seeking General Warehouse Associates at a warehouse in Hanover, PA

Name:
Job Title: General Labor
Department: Operations - Salad Production
Reports To: Salad Supervisor
Days and Hours of Work: As Scheduled

1) POSITION SUMMARY:

While general laborers will typically work in one position, they can be moved to another position at leadership's discretion for any period of time. Read all of the essential job functions for each general labor positions. Employees are responsible for knowing their next start time when they leave for the day and are expected to have good attendance.

2) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

1. Processing Feeders
a. Maintain a steady supply of raw product to each slicer
b. Communicate any issues with the slicers to a the lead in a timely manner
c. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
d. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room

2. Barrels/Centrifuge Operators
a. Monitor the salad barrels as they fill up
b. Cover and move the full barrels to the centrifuge area
c. Operate the crane to maneuver the full barrels into the centrifuges, remove the barrels from the centrifuges, and dump them into the hoppers
d. Operate the centrifuges
e. Keep accurate count of barrels run, when necessary
f. Keep the optical sorter out-feed clear
g. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
h. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room

3. Master-pack Feeders
a. Consistently feed the master-pack conveyors to avoid slowing down the baggers
b. Work with employees from the packing area to keep master-packs stocked on the platform
c. Keep an even level of raw product on the scale
d. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
e. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room


4. Packer
a. Place the correct number of bags into the appropriate boxes
b. Inspect the first bag of each run for errors and compare bag information to the box label information
c. Inspect a bag every 5 minutes for proper seals and check print legibility
d. Move filled box (up to 25 lbs) to roller belt
e. Keep the rotating table clear of bags
f. Communicate any bagger-related issues to a machine operator in a timely manner
g. Between product runs: clear the area of extra bags, open rework, and dump raw pro Keep the area clear of trash and cull
product into the hoppers behind the bagger
h. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room

5. Box Maker
a. Fold boxes and make them accessible to the packers
b. Between product runs: tear down unused boxes, remove them from the area, obtain labeled boxes for the next run, and fill the table with folded boxes
c. Keep the area clear of trash
d. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room

6. Stacker
a. Ensure finished cases of product are stacked properly and placed on the correct type of pallet
b. Give the machine operator a timely warning when only 10 more cases are needed for each run
c. Operate a manual pallet jack to move full pallets of product to the drop area
d. Ensure the finished pallet receives a pallet tag before shipping picks it up from the drop zone
e. Supply the master-pack feeders with master-packs
f. Lift up to 60 lbs (pallets)
g. Lift up to 25 lbs above your head
h. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
i. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room

7. Labeler
a. Ensure all labels are properly placed on the correct box, ahead of production's needs
b. Operate a manual pallet jack to move full pallets (finished product and unlabeled boxes)
c. Assist all packing positions when necessary
d. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
e. At the end of the shift - Clock out immediately upon entering the break-room




8. Washers
a. Turn on flex line equipment and chiller
b. Have QA spike the chiller with chlorine and citric acid as well as check the water temperature
c. Pull the kale and brussels sprouts pallets, in FIFO, over to the flex line
d. Pull a gray bin over to dispose of boxes and ice
e. Pull another gray bin over to dispose of cull, any product that hits the floor or is considered inedible
f. At the discharge end of the flex - Put a blue liner in a small bin, for kale, or put down a black or yellow pallet for sprouts
g. Collect the washed product in the small bin for kale and in yellow totes for sprouts
h. Put pallet tags on all of the washed product bins or pallets with yellow totes (stacked 25 to a pallet)
i. Keep the area clear of trash and cull
j. Help other areas and departments as needed
k. At the end of the shift - Turn off the flex line/chiller and clean up area
l. At the end of the shift - Clock-out immediately upon entering the breakroom

3) NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

1. All employees are responsible for keeping their area orderly. This includes, but is not limited to, emptying trash cans, sweeping, doing rework, and assisting other positions that require assistance. These actions will primarily be performed while the baggers are down, but should be performed any time you are caught up on your current task.

4) INTERNAL CONTROLS:

5) SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:


6) PRINCIPAL CONTACTS INTERNALLY/EXTERNALLY:

Bean Production Supervisor

Bean Production Lead

7) KNOWLEDGE and SKILL REQUIREMENTS:

8) EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

9) LANGUAGE SKILLS:

Must be able to effectively communicate with co-workers and supervisor



10) MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

Basic math skills

11) PHYSICIAL DEMANDS:

Perform moderately strenuous physical tasks. Ability to move throughout multi-levels of plant using stairs and/or ladders, sufficient mobility to perform duties in small spaces by crouching, stooping or kneeling, and physical ability to perform tasks requiring physical strength and finger dexterity. Work with moving conveyors and equipment while in operation. Must be able to stand for up to 3 hours between breaks.

12) WORKING CONDITIONS:

Warehouse is between 36-42 degrees, wet, and noisy

13) GENERAL: Describe anything else of significance, which is important to the position and not covered elsewhere. For example, special assignments, travel, etc.

14) and All other duties and responsibilities that are reasonably assigned from time to time by the employer or its designated representative.


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1146 W. Elm Ave.
Hanover, PA 17331
717-698-3858
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Email resumes to: hanover@berksandbeyond.Com

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