Manufacturing Technician I

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As a Manufacturing Technician, you will be responsible for the manufacturing of products in accordance with standard operating procedures. Reporting to the Production Supervisor, you will assist on the Product Finishing Team.

The hours for this role will be predominantly shift work. Flexibility to fit production requirements will be necessary.

Your responsibilities will include:

• Full responsibility for the manufacturing of products

• Complete all Production tasks as scheduled on a daily and weekly basis.

• To report to the Team Leader / Production Supervisor any safety or production related problems.

• Ensure plant hygiene and housekeeping is always maintained.

• Report and identify problems associated with machinery breakdowns.

• Follow Standard Operating Procedures with impeccable adherence and report any problems with documentation.

• Notify Team Leader / Production Supervisor of packaging and consumable needs.

• Participate in appropriate meetings and discussions as required.

• All other reasonable tasks as may be requested by the Team Leader and/or the Production Supervisor.

Successful Applicant

If you are a team player, interested in science, self-motivated and have excellent communication skills then we are looking for you!

• Experience working in a production environment

• Proactive and motivated

• Accepting of flexible hours

• Technical and mechanical aptitude

• Must be able to stand for long periods of time and lift 50 lbs.

• Experience with Good Documentation Practices and a degree in a science discipline is desired.

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