Production Assistant / Production Operator

Located in Shelbyville, TN, AB Stretch, LLC is seeking a qualified, experienced, and proven leader to join the AB Stretch team as a Production Assistant or Production Operator. The Production Operator is responsible for supervising and leading the Production Assistants.
SPECIFIC Responsibilities:
o Learn and follow the company's manufacturing quality system, including working instructions and forms.
o Work on / lead stretch film product production lines.
o Cross-train on all product lines and serve as backup, as needed, for lines not assigned.
o Assist / lead production team with cleaning and organization of manufacturing areas.
o Ensure safe and orderly work environment and comply with all established safety guidelines.
o Examine product, comply with quality control processes and help solve technical problems related to all actives on the floor.
o Operate computer systems associated with production lines, as needed.
o Observe operation of machines and report equipment concerns to appropriate supervisor to ensure continuous product flow.
o Other duties as assigned.
o Prior production and/or manufacturing experience in a clean environment (prior experience in a supervisory role for Production Operator).
o Ability to read and interpret measurements using a tape measure.
o Team player willing to take on additional responsibility as needed to meet customer orders.
o Dependable, fast learner, good analytical and problem solving skills.
o Ability to work various shifts, as assigned.
o Certified fork lift operator a plus.
o Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
o Must be able to stand, bend or stoop up to 8 hours per day.
Hours: Full-time. Work schedule varies.
Salary Range: $9.50/hour for Production Assistant and $12.00 - $16.00/hour for Production Operator, commensurate on experience. AB Stretch also offers an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays, and paid vacations.
Qualified candidates should respond to the job advertisement by including a copy of their most recent resume, or a listing of all previous, relevant work experience and contact information.

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