Primary Objective of Position
The Manufacturing Associate I is responsible for the processing of commercial products at the Gainesville Site. This includes receiving order instructions (Batch Records), weighing and staging of materials, solution preparation, solution application (coating beads), drying, screening, machine set-up, sampling, packaging, and storing of the products.
• Receive and Review Order Instructions (Batch Records)
• Weigh and Stage Raw Materials
• Prepare Solutions and Suspensions
• Apply IR, DR, SR, or TB Bead Coatings
• Dry and Screen IR, DR, SR, or TB Beads
• Seal and Store the product
• Operate, Clean, and Set-up processing equipment
• All other duties as assigned by management
To support primary responsibilities, the Manufacturing Associate I is also responsible for:
• Collection of waste and cleaning of rooms and equipment.
• Completion of all documentation.
Minimum Job Qualifications
High School Diploma or equivalent
Six (6) months manufacturing or technical experience preferred.
Licenses, Certificates, Registrations
GA Work Ready Certificate – Bronze Level
Basic computer skills
Ability to independently read and comprehend documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write and complete batch record documentation. Ability to identify details that may not be clearly stated. Using the reading material context, figure out the definition of words not given to them. Apply multiple step instructions to a task that is the same or similar as the one they are reading about (i.e., performing major cleaning steps on two different machines). Select the correct actions when operational conditions change. (i.e. ability to follow “if-then” statements).
Ability to solve problems that require one or two operations (add and subtract, add and multiply, subtract and divide, or multiply and divide using several positive or negative numbers – ((12+10-5)/3). Ability to solve problems that require simple ratios, multiple fractions with common denominators, and common fractions or percentages (i.e., add 1/3 + .4 + 50% or multiply 30.6 * 5/8). Ability to arrange problem information into the right order before performing the calculations (i.e., selecting what information needs to be added before dividing the sum).
Ability to determine which details are important to remember.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
The physical and mental demands and work environment described her are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to lift and carry objects, reach in multiple directions with hands and arms, and use hands to handle, finger or feel objects. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel and crouch.