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Assembler: General

Location: Minnesota
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Core Assemblers to work a temporary assignment at a manufacturing facility located in Minnesota. Must be able to travel as soon as February 23rd. 

  • Pay rate $22/hr.

  • 50 hour guarantee if you are ready, willing and able to work all shifts. 

We provide:

  • Hotel accommodations (two people to a room)

  • Air travel to the job site, as well as reimbursed baggage fee

  • Per Diem paid daily for meals and incidentals

Job Summary: 

Clean, paste, and assemble all standard cores, and some pipe parts, etc., under available supervision, consistent with established and accepted standards of quality and quantity.

Essential Job Functions/Duties:

  • Organizes copes, drags, pipe parts, cores, hand tools, etc., necessary to complete assigned assembly jobs and checks all available documentation (travelers, special instructions, etc.) which is available.

  • Prior to performing assembly operations, cleans pipe parts, etc., using hand tools as well as clean up all rough surfaces with mud, paste, etc., and blows with air hose to remove excess sand

  • Performs assembly operations according to established close dimensional requirements using necessary fixtures.

  • Inspects all copes, drags, pipe parts, cores, hand tools, etc., prior to cleaning and assembling and scraps materials which are damaged or unusable to minimize production delay and rework.

  • Form and assemble cores around patterns and position in mold using hand tools and glue.

  • Acquire additional certifications and credentials as required for work or career development

  • Maintain a clean, organized work area

  • Comply with all safety, DOT, HAZMAT and environmental policies and procedures

  • Ability to work overtime

  • Attendance

  • Work on/participate in special projects as needed or assigned by Management

Qualifications:

  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent required

  • Experience: On the job training

  • Certifications/Licenses: N/A

Working Conditions:

  • Working Environment: Indoor working environment within various areas of a foundry facility

  • Required PPE: PEE varies throughout the plant, check with area Supervisor to ensure proper PPE is being used

  • Safety Glasses:  Needed in all areas of the plant

  • Steel toe shoes:  Needed in all areas of the plant

  • Other Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: N/A

Equipment Used:

  • Hoist, Drills and other small hand tools, Different types of files.

Physical Demands:

  • Extensive standing, bending, frequent heavy lifting

Must be able to travel to the job site and stay and work for a minimum of 45-days.

Please submit a detailed resume or call (800) 486-1544 and ask to speak to a recruiter.

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Assembler: GeneralMinnesota Yes

Electrician: Industrial

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Electricians  to work during a possible labor dispute at a large manufacturing facility located in Pennsylvania. The labor dispute is expected to occur Spring 2020. 

  • Pay rate varies $70-90/hr. based on gowning ability 
  • 12-hour shifts
  • 60-hours per week guarantee for each full week deployed

We provide:

  • Hotel accommodations (two people to a room)
  • Air travel to the job site, as well as reimbursed baggage fee
  • Per Diem paid daily for meals and incidentals

Educational Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent. Graduation from a recognized electrician trade school or completion of a formal electrician apprentice program. Necessary certifications include:
    • Trained in Electrical Safety NFPA-70E (144 hrs.formal training on electrical safety, electrical system, electronics) Certification / Training.
    • Medium Voltage Training

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • NFPA-70E Certification / Training

Experience Required:

  • Three years of recent full-time experience as a journeyman electrician or the completion of four yearsof on-the-job training as part of a formal electrician apprentice program.
  • Lock-out/Tag-out (Hazards Energy Control) training/experience.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • General tools common to the electrical trade:
    • Small hand tools
    • Pipe cutting
    • Threading
    • Bending tools
    • Pole line tools
    • Soldering equipment
    • Testing apparatus; personal computer, network terminals and computer interfaces.
    • May be required to carry a radio and /or pager

Environmental Factors:

  • May involve working on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • Some heavy lifting
  • Exposure to heat and cold
  • Required to wear personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, fall protection
  • May be required to be immunization
  • May be required to gownfor controlled areas

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to read blueprints, drawings

Duties:

  • Assembles, installs and tests electrical equipment, motors, generators, control equipment and electronic components.
  • Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assemble, and installs conduit to various outlets and panel boards.
  • Installs, maintains,test and repairs lights, alarms, public address, power distribution systems and data processing systems.
  • Performs any kind of necessary electrical construction work.
  • Locates and remedies trouble on any circuit by performing electrical testing procedures. Performs load surveys and necessary tests as required. Takes appropriate corrective action.
  • Maintains and services all electrical equipment.
  • Works on energized equipment using OSHA approved safety equipment and guidelines.
  • Works with voltage and current of any level, AC or DC.
  • Developsand performs on job modifications of electrical equipment.
  • Estimatesand lays out jobs and list bill of materials for job.
  • Attendsand actively participates in waste walkthroughs or any other operations, quality, safety or environmental training/initiatives as required.
  • Prepares and assists technicians, supervisors and planners in preparing labor and material estimates.
  • Makes recommendations and prepares orders for spare parts, additional stockroom items, tools, etc.
  • Consults with Supervision and other mechanics on problem resolution/troubleshooting. Keeps Supervision informed of problem issues.

Desirable:

  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry experience.
  • Trade or Journeyman certification / certificate.
  • Desirable extensive experience with automatic and automated packaging equipment in the drug or food processing industries.

 

Must be able to travel to the job site and stay and work for a minimum of 45-days, if the labor dispute lasts that long.

please submit a detailed resume or call (800) 486-1544 and ask to speak to a recruiter.

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Electrician: IndustrialPennsylvania No

Industrial

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Associate Lab Technician's to work during a possible labor dispute at a large manufacturing facility located in Pennsylvania. The labor dispute is expected to occur Mid-April 2020. 

  • Pay rate $45/hr.
  • 12-hour shifts

We provide:

  • Hotel accommodations (two people to a room)
  • Air travel to the job site, as well as reimbursed baggage fee
  • Per Diem paid daily for meals and incidentals

Educational Requirements:

  • Eight semesters of biological science work to include, but not limited to, General Biology, Microbiology, Bacteriology, Immunology, etc.
  • A minimum of two laboratory courses are required.
  • Four semesters of Chemistry including General Chemistry with Laboratory, Organic Chemistry and/or Biochemistry
  • Two semesters of college level mathematics

Experience Required:

  • Experience with aseptic processing preferred.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Personal computer, network terminals and computer interfaces
  • Including but not limited to: Microscope (inverted, UV, Bright-field, or phase light), mechanical freezers/refrigerators, incubators, pipets, autoclaves, calculators, BSC and laminar flow hood

Environmental Factors:

  • Ability to perform testing in a Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC)

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to gown for a classified area
  • Ability to test in a aseptic environment
  • Ability to pass color blindness test
  • 20/20 corrective vision
  • Able to stand for a prolonged period of time
  • Reaching above the head, bending over, pushing, pulling
  • Able to lift bottles >20lbs
  • Proficient in the English language, both verbal and written

Duties:

  • Coordinates, performs/evaluates bacterial and fungal growth.
  • Evaluates microscopically or microscopically
  • Prepares and tests environmental water and swab samples for filtration testing
  • Performs direct counts for process simulations
  • Evaluates growth/particulates in vials/syringes/bulk containers for process simulations
  • Other assignments as directed by the Management Team

Desirable:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences or related discipline is preferred.
  • 3 or more years working in a cGMP environment
  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry experience
  • Aseptic Processing experience

 

Must be able to travel to the job site and stay and work for a minimum of 45-days, if the labor dispute lasts that long.

please submit a detailed resume or call (800) 486-1544 and ask to speak to a recruiter.

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IndustrialPennsylvania No

Industrial

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Bio Technicians to work during a possible labor dispute at a large manufacturing facility located in Pennsylvania. The labor dispute is expected to occur Mid-April 2020. 

  • Pay rate varies $40-50/hr. based on gowning ability 
  • 12-hour shifts

We provide:

  • Hotel accommodations (two people to a room)
  • Air travel to the job site, as well as reimbursed baggage fee
  • Per Diem paid daily for meals and incidentals

Educational Requirements:

  • Minimum High School Diploma or Equivalent.

Experience Required:

  • Manufacturing experience in cGMP facilities using process descriptions in a clean room environment with aseptic conditions.
  • Experience with cGMP documentation practices.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Automated systems such as Distributed Control System (DCS) and automated process control system that governs the operation of most equipment
  • Analytical, monitoring, and laboratory/manufacturing equipment, including but not limited to: centrifuge, scales, balances, filtration equipment
  • Robotics
  • Pumps and sampling equipment
  • Process vessels such as fixed and portable tanks, bags and bottles
  • Basic Hand tools

Environmental Factors:

  • Ability to work multiple 4-hour blocks while fully gowned in an aseptic clean room environment.

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to gown in a controlled environment.
  • Ability to gown for an aseptic environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate and pass aseptic skills qualification.
  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods.
  • Ability to lift, pull or push up to 50 lbs.
  • Demonstrated Titers as required for assigned area.
  • Proficient in the English language, both verbal and written.

Duties:

  • Working in conjunction with all appropriate personnel, performs manual and automated operations, general maintenance and support functions necessary for the production of vaccines.
  • Adheres to Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs).
  • Comply with GMP documentation practices and completes all log sheets and batch documentation.
  • Maintains, cleans and prepares equipment used in vaccine production.
  • Set up, operates and troubleshoots equipment including making minor repairs as necessary.
  • Completes all required log sheets, batch records (including, but not limited to 2nd person reviews, sampling and accountability calculations), training rosters and other documentations as required.
  • Maintains, inventories, and transports all required equipment, materials, supplies and products. Ensures timely availability and delivery.
  • Demonstrates proficiency with Distributed Control System and other automated systems
  • Performs general housekeeping. Executes facility cleaning / disinfection / decontamination according to approved procedures.
  • Other assignments as directed by the Management Team.

Desirable:

  • Preferred bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, microbiology or life sciences.
  • 3 or more years working in a cGMP environment.
  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry experience.
  • Aseptic Processing experience.
  • Experience with aseptic processing with making sterile connections.

 

Must be able to travel to the job site and stay and work for a minimum of 45-days, if the labor dispute lasts that long.

please submit a detailed resume or call (800) 486-1544 and ask to speak to a recruiter.

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IndustrialPennsylvania No

Millwright

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Millwrights to work during a possible labor dispute at a large manufacturing facility located in Pennsylvania. The labor dispute is expected to occur Spring 2020. 

  • Pay rate varies $45-58/hr. based on gowning ability 
  • 12-hour shifts

We provide:

  • Hotel accommodations (two people to a room)
  • Air travel to the job site, as well as reimbursed baggage fee
  • Per Diem paid daily for meals and incidentals

Educational Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent. Graduation from a formal millwright apprentice program that is approved by the US Department of Labor or Graduate of a recognized trade school. Expertise in:
    • Blueprint reading, welding, brazing and the use of various types of instruments and tools to repair and align machines and equipment.
    • Ability to read blueprints, drawings, technical manuals and based on them, perform necessary operations for the installation, and/or repair of equipment.

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • N/A

Experience Required:

  • The completion of four years of on-the-job training as a part of a formal millwright/mechanical technician apprentice program -OR-
  • Ten years of recent Industrial experience verified as a millwright, journeyman millwright or mechanical technician.
  • Experience must include repairing a broad range of industrial machinery and equipment on both a large and small scale.
  • Experience must include brazing and welding, also rigging, hoists, man-lifts, fork truck operation or hydraulic cranes.
  • Lock-out /Tag-out (Hazards Energy Control) training/experience.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • General tools common to the millwright trade
  • Must test equipment for pressure and leaks as well as inspect sealing components, O-rings, seals, gaskets and machine faces.

Environmental Factors:

  • May involve working on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • May require heavy lifting, be in contact with heat, cold and loud equipment
  • Must wear personal protective equipment including safety shoes, safety glasses, and fall protection.
  • May be subject to immunization
  • May need to gown for controlled area access

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to read blueprints, drawings, technical manuals

  • Certified in/for Hand Signals.

Duties:

  • Performs preventative maintenance and mechanical repairs on industrial and utility equipment.
  • Dismantles, lays-out, moves and installs various types of machines, equipment and vessels.
  • Repairs equipment by installing bushings, sprockets, bearings, adjustable belts, packing glands, seals and gaskets.
  • Repairs broken parts by welding, brazing, cutting or spot welding. 
  • Fabricates new parts for machinery and equipment
  • Works with brass, cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, plastics and synthetic materials.
  • Operates equipment necessary to core drill or bore masonry and concrete. Installs anchors and fasteners and machine faces.
  • Constructs rigging necessary to move equipment. Also constructs rigging for other crafts.
  • Tests equipment for pressure leaks. Also inspects sealing components, O-rings, seals, gaskets, and machine faces.
  • Installs grout, shims, etc.necessary to set and/or level equipment.
  • Lubricates new equipment or existing equipment upon repair and assembly.
  • Attend and actively participates in waste walkthroughs or any other operations, quality, safety or environmental training/initiatives as required.
  • Makes recommendations and prepares orders for spare parts, additional stockroom items, tools, etc.
  • Consults with Supervision and other mechanics on problem resolution / troubleshooting. Keeps Supervision informed of problem issues.
  • Installs/repairs vibration analysis parts, record vibration readings, reports and data as requested.

Desirable:

  • Powered Industrial Truck Training.
  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry experience.
  • Trade or Journeyman certification / certificate.
  • Desirable extensive experience with automatic and automated packaging equipment in the drug or food processing industries.

 

Must be able to travel to the job site and stay and work for a minimum of 45-days, if the labor dispute lasts that long.

please submit a detailed resume or call (800) 486-1544 and ask to speak to a recruiter.

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MillwrightPennsylvania No
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