Packer - Harvard, IL
Branch ID: 2527
Pay Rate/Salary: At least: $12.50
Staffmark is hiring packers for a local manufacturing company in Harvard!
Operate machinery used in the production packaging process, or assist machine operators, continuously monitor conveyor systems and clear bottle jams from lines. Package product to meet customer specifications, assemble boxes and cartons and may hand-pack materials. Other duties as assigned.
2nd - 2:00pm – 10:30pm
3rd - 10:00pm to 6:30am
Pay rate: $12.50 per hour
Availability to work overtime once per week and one weekend a month as required.
Email : CECBR2527@staffmark.com
Stop by: 651 W Terra Cotta Ave
Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Prior Manufacturing experience is preferred. Physical requirements: frequent bending, climbing, standing, walking, reaching, carrying and lifting up to 45 lbs
The Company supports affirmative action and equal employment opportunity. The Company will provide equal employment in employment practices to all applicants for employment. Employment decisions shall be made without regard to any protected characteristic such as, but not limited to, race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, citizen status, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, status in regard to public assistance, disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, Armed Forces service medal veterans and other protected veterans, genetic information and other legally protected classes. Furthermore, the Company is an E-Verify employer. Information provided on this application will not be used for any discriminatory purposes. The Company complies with all applicable federal, state and local non-discrimination laws and regulations. The Company will provide reasonable accommodations in the application or interviewing process. If you need a reasonable accommodation in the application or interviewing process, please contact us.
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City, State or Zip Code: Harvard, IL
Position Type: Temp to Hire Position
Date Posted: 4/16/2019