WOODS POWR-GRIP PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN-NIGHT SHIFT in LAUREL, Montana

JOB SUMMARY A Production Technician will operate variety of machines, learn several processes and use various types of hand and power tools in the layout, fabricating and/or assembling plastic and metal parts that comprise our products in accordance with production drawings. This employee will also be required to do any and all tasks deemed necessary by his/her supervisor for the safe and efficient operation of the company. Such tasks may include those with more specialized training such as painting, molding, metal fabricating, hand cup welding, electrical wiring, and CNC operation.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSThis position requires the following minimum qualifications: High school diploma or GED; depending upon job assignment, must meet minimum age requirements; drivers license; must be a self-starter and must be able to work under pressure; ability to communicate verbally and in writing effectively to the extent required by the position; ability to effectively and cooperatively work with other people both in and outside the company; strong analytical skills to the extent required by the position; ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide to the extent required by the position; ability to speak, write and understand English; and must be able to meet the working conditions and physical demands identified below.WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS Production floor working environment, almost all indoors; for full-time employees the work day may either be four 10-hour days per week or five 8-hour days per week as assigned by the supervisor.The position requires the employee possess all body senses, which depending upon position, may include the ability to distinguish colors and be qualified to wear a respirator mask while working. Must be able to walk, bend, carry and stand throughout an eight hour day or ten hour day. Must be able to consistently lift 50 lbs. from a floor or table position to chest high using a proper lifting technique and repetitively use arms, hands, and fingers in the manipulation of parts. Must demonstrate good hand/eye coordination and demonstrate good manual dexterity. Must be able to write, use assorted office equipment and all pertinent software, calculator, and copier.