209821 - Loader/Packager
Industry
GEN
Region
CA-S.Cali-Los Angeles/Orange Counties
City
Torrance
State
CA
Rate
Up to $22.00 DOE
Duration
6 months
Description
Chipton Ross is seeking a Loader/Packager for a contract opportunity in Torrance, CA.

JOB SUMMARY:
This job is primarily responsible for the packaging and shipment of Finished Goods. Some of the responsibilities are loading, unloading and cleaning equipment, packaging product, maintaining a safe and orderly work area, assisting other production areas as needed and overall plant Housekeeping.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Yard responsibilities include, but are not limited to, sampling, weighing and inspecting loads, loading and shipping trucks, railcars, and iso-containers within scheduled time, filling and packaging drums & totes, and general plant housekeeping.
· Follows Operating Discipline principles, procedures, and practices to ensure safe and efficient operation
· Operates and field checks process equipment. Monitors process conditions, equipment, and control systems
· Performs tasks assigned to operations (e.g. field checks, equipment preparation, samples, etc.)
· Ensures operational activities and process performance are aligned with plant and business goals
· Uses troubleshooting skills to resolve process-related deviations and problems; initiates work requests in SAP as needed.
· Uses process knowledge and skills to make improvements in plant performance and Operating Discipline.
· Performs process equipment troubleshooting, improvements, and preventative maintenance utilizing appropriate processes and disciplines.
· Expected to use or develop computer skills and participate in procedure writing/verification and other AIMS activities.
· Utilize "troubleshooting skills" to identify issues and report them to maintenance for repair (e.g., small leaks, replace valves, steam traps, etc.)
· Participate in the Immediate Response Training and participate in the IR team as required
· Support BU safety initiatives and programs.
· Participate on EH&S improvement teams and complete related action items as required.
· Identify potential safety issues, communicate hazards and complete follow up actions to mitigate.
· Complete Operator Minor Maintenance activities to reduce maintenance costs and reduce production loss events.
· Contribute to the Business and Site AIMS Initiative
· Improve Unit Operating Efficiencies and reduce energy consumption by monitoring equipment and recognizing abnormal situations.
· Ensure waste material / hazardous waste is disposed of properly and receive annual RCRA training.
· HSEQ responsibilities: Employee is expected to maintain a healthful and safe working environment and is further expected to:
· Meet all legal, regulatory and other requirements of the site through general awareness and training.
· Participate in HSEQ activities provided by the site management.
· Identify and communicate the potential gains and possible improvements related to the work environment and management system through employee suggestion programs, during group meetings, or through other identified communication tools.
· Remain in compliance with the rules, standard procedures and work instructions related to the specific job title and site location.
· Complete assigned training through client learning management system or attendance to assigned Web-Ex or Instructor Led Training (ILT) classes.
· All other duties as assigned. Context and environment
" - The role that is generally first to see a truck when it arrives at the site and the last to see a truck when it is ready to depart.
- The role generally resides at the truck entry point to the loading/receiving site.
- This role confirms loading has been completed to greatest extent possible.
Key Competencies which are critical to this job include:
1. Responsible Care - in the delayered organization, it is important that everyone understand and accept their responsibility to work safely, protect the environment, and fully participate in the plant's EH&S program.
2. Initiative - people who are self starters, who seek out work and improve the plant will do well in this role
3. Work Process Discipline - plant safety and operating procedures are well documented. A successful technician will be able to access and utilize this information.
4. Productivity Focus - we are constantly challenged to improve the productivity of the plant. Being close to the process, success in this role is key for the team to achieve its goals.
5. Teamwork - To be successful in this role the person will need to share the workload, effectively communicate with many people (including day support and maintenance), and participate in achieving the team's goals.

REQUIREMENTS:
· High School Diploma or equivalent required.
· Previous chemical or manufacturing experience and computer skills are preferred.
· Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions, have good math skills, be able to work independently, be able to execute strenuous physical activities, work indoors and outdoors, and be able to work any shift.
· Comply with the HSEQ Policy.
· Comply with Regulations, Legal and Internal Requirements as made known by the site and by the business unit (BU).
· Comply with the rules of the specific location to which one is assigned as well as the rules set by the business unit (BU).
· Comply with all standard procedures and work instructions, aka SP, SOP, PWI, TM, to ensure productivity, quality assurance and cost effectiveness.
· Review their work areas for potential losses and Report hazards to the direct supervisor.
· Report Near Misses to the direct supervisor.
· Report Incidents or Accidents to the direct supervisor.
· Identify and communicate potential gains or possible improvements to the management system.

EDUCATION:
Accredited high school diploma or equivalent required

WORK HOURS:
Position starts out days for a month and then rotate with 12 hour days/nights. Schedule rotates between 5:15AM - 5:15PM and 5:15PM - 5:15AM.
This job requires working scheduled and unscheduled overtime.

Employment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.

Contact
Tyler Harrell
tharrell@chiptonross.com
CHIPTON-ROSS, INC.
420 Culver Boulevard
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

Phone: (310) 414-7800 x307 or (800) 927-9318 x307

Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.

Employment will be contingent on candidate clearing pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Chipton-Ross provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State or local law. This policy governs all areas of employment at Chipton-Ross, including recruiting, hiring, training, assignment, promotions, compensation, benefits, discipline, and terminations.