Machine Operator

Company Name:
MCGSTB
Due to business expansion our Client has several openings for a
Machine Operator
One of Kelly's Top Client's in Beaverton, Oregon seeks the following:
Type of Job Opportunities- For a warehouse/manufacturing environment. The positions we routinely fill are machine operating, packing, sorting, and inspecting. This require you to be able to stand for long periods of time, have good manual dexterity, hand/eye coordination, the ability to lift 25 lbs and be flexible with the type of job you are performing as our employees are frequently rotated.
Previous Manufacturing, Machine Operating, Warehouse, Assembly, Packing or Inspection experience is preferred but not required.
You must be able to read, write and speak English and have a high school diploma or GED.
See shift and pay information below:
SHIFT START TIME END TIME RATE OF PAY
D1 (t/w/th &
e/o m) 5:30 AM 5:30 PM $9.40 /HOUR
D2 (f/s/su &
e/o m) 5:30 AM 5:30 PM $9.60 /HOUR
N1 (t/w/th &
e/o m) 5:30 PM 5:30 AM $10.00 /HOUR
N2 (f/s/su &
e/o m) 5:30 PM 5:30 AM $10.40 /HOUR
e/o m = Every Other Monday all shifts work rotating Mondays
Please indicate which shift(s) you can work. You must be available to work your desired shift for up to a 12 month period. No shift changes will be granted.
We will verify eligibility to work in the United States.
Qualified candidates will be invited to an onsite appointment based on current openings that can change daily. The entire hiring process will consist of interviewing, skill testing, screening, a safety overview, and a walk-through of the facility. This can take up to 2 hours. As space is limited, only applicants will be allowed to join the hiring session.
There is no relocation budgeted for this position. If this position requires you to relocate you will be responsible for those costs.
At this time we are not in the position to offer any type of sponsorships or VISA transfers for this position.
Required experience:
machine operating, packing, sorting, and inspecting.: 1 year

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