fulltime

Manufacturing Associate

 Eau Claire, Wisconsin
 / Plant
Are you looking to establish your career with a secure company that is committed to supporting you in all that you love to do — not only at work but at home, too? Then join our team as a Manufacturing Associate! Enjoy great work/life balance by only working half of the days of the year (without getting paid any less)! As a manufacturing associate, you’ll work three or four 12 hour shifts each week, rotating from days (7am-7pm) to nights (7pm-7am) every 8 weeks.

About Drylock Technologies

Drylock Technologies, with its headquarters in Belgium, Europe, is an innovative player in the hygiene market specialized in the production of baby diapers, feminine care products, and incontinence products. With plants in Europe, Brazil and in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Reidsville, North Carolina, Drylock Technologies can rightfully be called a global player.

By working at Drylock, you become part of a highly innovative company that firmly believes that the future is green. You’ll work in an agile, dynamic environment, where initiative is highly valued and our people’s personal growth track matters.

Job description

  • Demonstrate Drylock Core Values: Safety, Respect, Ownership
  • Responsible for safe, accurate and efficient operation and troubleshooting problems of stacking robots, conveyors, case sealer and stretch wrap equipment using HMI or manual methods.
  • Release and assign product to robot lanes.
  • Ensure grab configuration is correct using cape pack.
  • Accurately count grabs contents.
  • Ability to identify which grabs need to be wrapped prior to the stretch wrapper to prevent tipping.
  • Accurately scan finished goods and placement of labels on finished goods.
  • Respond to all sorter alarms.
  • Ability to properly use and understand a production schedule, BOM, Box/Grab layout diagram, Case Counter Report,
  • Hourly Stacker Report, and Safety Rules documents.
  • Must be able to safely clear jams and reset equipment.
  • Restack any tipped grabs.
  • Knowledge of conveyor process and palletizing process and identify the purpose of each section of the conveyor / palletizing system.
  • Follow all learned processes and procedures.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work area; keep the equipment free of dust and debris.
  • Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
  • Detect deviations from normal machine behavior.
  • Perform visual quality checks on finished good cases.
  • Detect and report product defects and questionable conditions.
  • Apply Learned Lean Manufacturing concepts.
  • Must comply with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs).
  • Demonstrates proper and safe entry into robot cells.
  • Works under direct supervision of the Production Group Leader.
  • Understands all safety features of robot cells, conveyors, forklifts, sleigh board stacker/destacker and sorter.
  • Communicate work status with incoming crew at shift change.
  • Effectively communicate.
  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment and work in various areas throughout the plant.
  • Operate task specific equipment:
  • Keep production lines and work area clear of scrap and garbage.

Profile

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Experience in a Production environment preferred but not required.
  • Experience in Logistics related fields preferred but not required.
  • Forklift experience and prior certifications preferred but not required.
  • Lifting 25 lbs frequently & occasionally up to 50lbs

Our offer

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • On-site health and wellness center
  • Paid holiday and vacation days
  • 401(k) retirement savings
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Built-in overtime & paid breaks for hourly employees
  • Product discounts * Employee prize giveaways * Contests … and more! * Pay: From $19 per hour (base pay + rotating shift premium)

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