Machine Operators


Manufacturing and Production

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Job Type




Salary Range

Up to USD15.50/hr

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Orange County, CA - (USA) 290 S Clementine Street CA Anaheim , CA 92805



Job Description

Do you want to work for a leading food company who is a global leader in producing products that are used in homes, and restaurants around the world? Are you looking to start a new job opportunity? If you said yes, we want to speak to you about our 1st Shift Machine Operator Opportunity in Irvine.

What's in it for you?

* Full time hours with daily OT

* Monday - Friday 6:30am-3:00pm

* Weekly pay (Every Friday).

* Competitive pay of $15.50 per hour

What you'll be doing:

* Responsible for efficiently packing finished products and maintaining the highest possible food safety quality standards.

* Responsible for overall maintaining of a production line, including starting and stopping of some equipment(Transfer Kettles, Transfer Pumps, and Packing Machine), may include turning on/off agitators, steam, air, and water supply.

* Ensure that all surfaces that will contact product (piping, pumps, transfer kettles, and packing machines) are sanitized and ready for operation.

* Follow Standard Operational Procedures for line and maintain accurate and complete records including process checks for shift.

* Conduct complete sanitation of On-Pak line between Variety Changes.

Who were looking for:

* Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's)

* Someone with great attendance and perfect punctuality.

* Detail-oriented and organized with an ability to work independently.

* Able to pass a Background Check and Drug Screen.

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