Definition and Nature of the Work
DBC Production Worker is to ensure that the production process is carried out according to the goals set by their company's policies and Quality Standards.
Production Worker reports to the Team Line Leader. Team Line leader will assign appropriate personnel to cover for his/her duties. Production Worker reports to Team Leader who is responsible to cover all his/her duties in his/her absence. The Production Worker will report any Food Safety and Quality problems to Team Leader to initiate immediate actions
Responsible for working in the manufacturing process of DBC product.
Starts assembly and production machinery at beginning of shift.
- Monitors equipment to ensure that products are being assembled properly.
- Makes sure that workstation is clean and free of hazardous materials
Addresses problems with production equipment and machinery. Machinery issues must be reported to Team Line Leader.
- Cleans equipment.
- Assembles product parts by hand.
- Uses power tools to glue cartons and trays
- Observes and removes faulty product parts from assembly line.
- Inspects assembled products to ensure they are up to quality standards.
- Affixes labels, company logos, and other exterior details to products.
- Packs up completed products and prepares them for shipment.
- Keeps work area and factory floor clean.
- Unloads, organizes, and stocks shipments.
- Adheres to all safety guidelines dictation the production and handling of materials in the factory.
- Ensures that all production deadlines are met.
- Reports issues or problems with production to immediate supervisor.
This is a non-smoking facility.
Work is in a climate-controlled factory.
We run 3 shifts: 7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm, 11pm-7am.
Employees receive 2 breaks per shift: (1) 10 minute and (1) 30 minute. You cannot leave the facility for breaks.
Work time could alternate.
Standard work schedule is 10 days on, 4 days off.
Minimal physical labor.
Standing for extended periods (8+ hours).
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Demonstrates ability to monitor factory equipment.
- Possesses knowledge of the structure and function of production equipment.
- Is able to identify problems or malfunctions with machinery and equipment.
- Demonstrates analytical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary to troubleshoot production issues.
- Pays close attention to detail.
- Exhibits ability to work cautiously but efficiently in potentially hazardous conditions.
- Is familiar with all factory safety procedures and guidelines.
- Demonstrates ability to use power tools safely and effectively.
- Works efficiently and manages time effectively.
- Possesses physical strength and stamina required to stand, walk, and lift for long periods of time.
- Possesses physical dexterity necessary to assemble small and delicate product parts.
- Must be able to work Overtime and Weekends.
Education and Experience
- High school diploma or GED is required.
- Certification and licensing to operate factory machinery is strongly preferred.
- Previous experience in factory or warehouse setting is recommended.
Production worker will receive the necessary job-related training with in the first month of employment by Team Leader; if the Team Leader is unavailable, the Shift Manager must complete the training. The Team Leader, with the help of Human Resources and the Quality Assurance Department, will be responsible for making sure that the Production Worker has received SQF, GMP’s, Food Defense, and Safety training.