• Production Worker

    Job Locations US-GA-Acworth
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Perform general manual labor duties including loading, unloading, lifting and moving materials; assist in a variety of functions with manual labor tasks, as needed; relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job

    Hours are 6:00am - 3:00pm


    1. Pull sheets and complete appropriate packaging per specs of each order
    2. Spin down pre-slit coil stock and complete appropriate packaging per specs of each order
    3. Load and unload will-call customers, LTL vans and flatbed trucks with fork lift (includes palleted coils & sheets, load customer equipment and maintain/log all shipments)
    4. Operate all equipment including the cut to length, core cutter, slitter, as needed
    5. Count, record and report inventory as required including but not limited to: sheet, coil and accessory stock, shop supplies, skids, cores etc.
    6. Report defective or substandard material, supplies or products
    7. Maintain work area, equipment and tools in a clean and organized manner; follow all safety guidelines
    8. Represent the Company in all daily interactions with customers, freight personnel and other employees
    9. Other duties as assigned



    A high school diploma or GED is preferred; trade school or military experience a plus


    Experience & Skills

    Tow motor experience preferred

    Must be able to lift or pull a minimum of 50 pounds

    Requires solid written and verbal communication skills

    Demonstrated mechanical aptitude

    Strong analytical, conceptual and planning skills are required

    Excellent math skills and overall PC literacy (Microsoft Office) are required

    Must be detail oriented, self-motivated and disciplined with the ability to multi-task

    Must successfully complete a criminal background check, physical, drug screen and E-verify


    EOE/Drug Free Workplace



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