International Paper General Production in AUSTIN BOX, Minnesota
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We currently have openings on 2nd and/or 3rd shift for production workers at our Austin, MN manufacturing facility located at 1900 8th St NE, Austin, MN 55912. This container plant manufactures corrugated packaging products for local and national customers.
We are looking for motivated individuals, who are capable of performing a multitude of functions in a flexible, fast-paced production environment. Our workplace requires individuals who understand the needs of the business while maintaining a focus on cleanliness and safety, customer satisfaction, quality and productivity.
Specific responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Safely, operating machinery
The ability to practice housekeeping
Reading factory orders
Setting up orders, which may include carrying tooling (i.e. ink buckets, print dies and cutting dies) to a machine center.
Utilizing basic shop math such as: accurately reading tape measures, gauges and other testing equipment.
Consistent quality and count inspection of a product.
Accurately completing quality and administrative document checks to ensure specific directions are followed.
Candidates must have the ability to work overtime as they are needed.
Applicants must have a stable work history, good attendance record, positive attitude and a desire to produce quality work as part of a team:
Preferred qualifications for consideration are a high school degree (or G.E.D.), and two years of work experience in a manufacturing environment with at least one year with the same employer.
Highly-qualified candidates would possess manufacturing experience in the corrugated industry.
The hiring process for successful candidates will include a pre-employment test and team interview, background check and a health/drug screen.