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GRINDER/GENERAL LABOR

Little Canada, MN

Job ID: 65395 Industry: Light Industrial

Position Title: Grinder/Deburr/General Labor

Location: Little Canada

Schedule: Friday-Sunday

Hours: 5: 00am-5: 00pm

Pay rate: $14.00

Position Description:

A Grinder is responsible for finishing and packaging parts according to customer specifications. This includes but is not limited to hand grinding, use of belt sander, Dynafile, die grinder, etc.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Locates material and if necessary moves the material to the appropriate area using equipment such as a forklift or overhead crane. Must be able to push, pull or lift up to 50 pounds of material. Product in excess of 50 pounds must be moved either via team lift or use of appropriate device(s). Ask your supervisor if there are any questions.

Weighs material to determine proper packaging method and to ensure that material will reach the customer destination in a safe and presentable manner.

Counts out the number of parts in order to fill the customer s order accurately.

Grinds parts according to customer specifications and company procedures using the hand grinders, belt sander, Dynafile, die grinders, etc.

Completes associated paperwork in accordance with company guidelines. Completes the order on the mainframe computer system by wanding the order and accurately entering required information.

Prepares shipping tags using the department computer or by completing the tag manually if necessary.

Communicates with previous/proceeding shifts as to work in process, priority of work orders to be completed during the next shift and any other pertinent information to ensure the smooth flow of production between shifts.

Notifies the supervisor and/or maintenance department when department equipment is not running correctly or when assistance with preventive maintenance is needed.

Completes assigned duties in accordance with safety policies and practices. This includes regard to individual safety, the safety of other employees, and the safe use of equipment in the workplace.

Wears approved personal protective equipment such as safety shoes, gloves, safety glasses, etc.

Performs other duties as assigned by a supervisor, lead person or management.

Working Conditions: Working conditions may consist of loud noise, vibratory tools, and repetitive motions, airborne particles such as metal dust and chips and exposure to chemicals such as soaps, oils and detergents. Physical requirements include continual standing, walking, lifting, and twisting with periodic bending, climbing, stooping, crawling and crouching.

Knowledge, Abilities, Skills:

Previous work experience with grinding hand tools is preferred.

Ability to safely operate overhead cranes with related equipment and forklifts.

Ability to perform simple math including addition and subtraction.

Ability to read basic blueprints (Bay 900)

Knowledge of general shop procedures and rules including safety precautions.

Ability and willingness to cooperate with co-workers and work as part of a production team.

For grinders, their job will be in an inside environment that will consist of a dusty, noisy atmosphere. They will need to be able to lift, pull, push, stand, bend, grasp, reach and twist while standing on a regular basis. Some of the risk factors for their job will include repetitive motions, static and awkward postures, reaching above the shoulder, and moving heavy objects. Their main hazard but not limited to will be their hands, after that some other hazards will include eye, foot, body, fall and noise hazards. Along with the body hazards, some hazards that come from the job will be: improper bending/twisting, spraying down the metal, tripping over the product/material, banding improperly or handling the product improperly. Some preventive measures will be having the proper PPE (safety glasses, shoes, hard hats and hearing protection, etc.) on while making sure they are using the right technique when moving/lifting objects. Along with that, making sure that loose clothing is tucked in.

Dress Code: Must have steel toe boots 

Lifting Req: up to 50#

Benefits of working with Award Staffing:

401K

Vacation and Holiday Pay

Medical and Health Insurance

Weekly Pay

Referral bonus

How to Apply:

You can apply at www.Awardstaffing.Com or you can connect with our Maplewood team at: maplewood@awardstaffing.Com or by texting 651-383-4840.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status. Award Staffing, Inc. Is a Drug Free Workplace/ EEO employer M/F/Veteran/Disability.

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