Bailer – Shift 3
Filtration Group is on a mission to make the world safer, healthier and more productive. With a passionate workforce, global footprint and world class engineering and manufacturing capabilities, we are driving innovation and developing solutions across a broad spectrum of applications in the fast-growing global filtration industry. We are committed to maintaining an entrepreneurial culture built on a foundation of trust and in which our leaders exhibit a strong bias for action.
The Company began in 2009 and has rapidly grown to be a global leader in the highly attractive filtration industry. With revenues of $1.6 billion, Filtration Group is consistently recognized as the fastest growing and one of the largest filtration businesses in the world. With over 7,000 employees, the Company serves its customers from a global footprint of 105 facilities in over 25 countries. Filtration Group operates across a wide variety of attractive end markets and produces mission critical products with high replacement rates. Over 80% of the Company’s revenue comes from replacement / consumable products, many of which are specified into customer’s products or processes.
Filtration Group is an affiliate of Madison Industries, one of the largest and most successful privately held companies in the world. Madison builds entrepreneurially driven, branded market leaders that are committed to making the world safer, healthier and more productive by creating innovative solutions that deliver outstanding customer value. The team at Madison is committed to building something truly remarkable that long outlasts them while coaching others to reach their highest potential. Please visit Madison at www.madison.net.
- Under general supervision, perform a variety of tasks requiring a good working knowledge of materials, tools, machines and equipment at efficiency standards dictated by area
- Perform limited ground maintenance and light janitorial services which include sweeping cleaning of cobwebs from walls and ceiling.
- Bailing any unused materials and recyclables throughout the plant.
- Empty trash cans in each department.
- Empty scrap plastic strappings into boxes for recycling.
- Immediately report to supervisor or group leader any unusual material, equipment problems or work conditions that would hinder operations, represents deviations from quality standards, good manufacturing practices or adversely affects safety standards.
- Perform simple, routine and repetitive tasks using standard procedures.
- Maintain housekeeping in assigned work area at all times of line stoppage during production runs and at the end of the shift.
- Perform all duties safely; wearing required personal protective equipment, such as: gloves, apron, safety glasses, back support, etc.
- May be responsible for training other employees as the need occurs
- Observe all safety rules and immediately report hazards to the supervisor.
- Be punctual and at work daily.
- Follow all company rules and regulations, per the Employee Reference Manual or department policy.
- Knowledge of MSDS sheets. Able to read and follow MSDS requirements.
- Custodial experience preferred
- High school education or up to one year of related experience or training, ideally in manufacturing, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Able to work overtime on short notice.
- Safety conscious and able to follow related policies.
- Reasoning: Able to apply commonsense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions.
- Physical: Regularly required to stand for long periods of time. Good manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Ability to lift to 100lbs occasionally but up to 50 regularly. Able to bend, stoop, lift, climb and reach.
- Visual: Able to see using close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
- Work Environment: Work is performed in a manufacturing environment. Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable. May work at different workstations as production needs require, or shift from one station to another, during scheduled shift. Speed varies. Following established methods and procedures, must be able to perform operations as necessitated by production needs.