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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

Industrial

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Pipefitters 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 $50-60/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.
  • Completion of a formal pipefitter/plumber apprentice program that is approved by the United States Department of Labor equivalent -OR-
  • Graduate of a recognized pipefitter/plumber trade school with subjects that include blueprint reading, plumbing, and various industrial piping systems (steam, gas, air, potable water, fire protection, process materials, etc.)

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • N/A

Experience Required:

  • Three years of recent full-time experience as a journeyman pipefitter/plumber. Experience must include installing and repairing a broad range of industrial piping systems (steam, gas, air, potable water, fire protection, process materials, etc.) -OR-
  • Completion of four years of on-the-job training as part of a formal pipefitter/plumber apprentice program that is approved by the United States Department of Labor or equivalent.
  • Lock-out/Tag-out (Hazards Energy Control) training/experience.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Miscellaneous hand operated tools for pipe cutting,threading, joining and turning; power driven, grooving and threading machines, oxyacetylene equipment,LPG torches, pipe clean out machine, test equipment for steam, potable water and fire protection, drill press and miscellaneous shop and acid treating equipment.
  • May be required to carry a radio or pager.

Environmental Factors:

  • May involve working on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • May be required to wear CGMP Gowning

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • •Ability to read blueprints, drawings, sketches, etc.

  • Some heavy lifting, heat & cold, use of solvents.

  • Must wear personal protective equipment (shoes, glasses, etc.)

  • Works in trenches and on ladders/scaffolding

  • Subject to immunization

Duties:

  • Assembles, installs and tests electrical equipment,
  • Installs, lays out, bends, cuts, threads and joins pipe and fittings that will withstand steam, gas, hydraulic, vacuum, water or air pressure, or process materials.

  • Installs and maintains drainage, waste, and vent systems.

  • Handles and installs pipes of various materials such as: stainless steel, glass, iron, steel, aluminum, synthetic materials, copper, etc., and the necessary fittings, valves, specialties, etc.

  • Cuts access holes to install pipe through floors and walls, using suitable tools.

  • Fabricates and fits pipe hangers and supports to walls and ceilings, etc.

  • Acid cleans coils, equipment, and pressure vessels as instructed.

  • Visually inspects pressure and vacuum gauges and recommends repair work if necessary.

  • Maintains restroom facilities including handicapped fixtures with appurtenances and washroom fixtures in first-class operational condition.

  • Installs and maintains insulation for all pipelines except refrigerant lines.

  • Installs temporary insulation on all repairs and extensions to refrigerant lines.

  • Installs, inspects, maintains, repairs or replaces pipes, pipelines, filters, steam traps, strainers, valves, etc.Install and replaces safety valves, relief valves, rupture discs, pressure regulators, conservation vents,etc.

  • Tests equipment and piping for pressure and leaks

  • Attend and actively participates in waste walk through, 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 stock room 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.

 

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

Production Worker

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Production Workers 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 $20-32/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

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • N/A

Experience Required:

  • Manufacturing experience in CGMP facilities using process descriptions in a clean room environment with aseptic conditions.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Basic Hand tools
  • Equipment used for washing, aseptic processing, filling, capping, inspection, packaging including mechanical conveyors

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 qualification.
  • Ability to pass visual acuity testing to include color blindness.
  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods.
  • Ability to lift, pull or push up to 50 lbs.
  • Proficient in the English language, both verbal and written.
  • Demonstrated Titers as required for assigned area.

Duties:

  • Adheres to Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs).
  • Complies with GMP documentation practices and completes all log sheets and batch documentation.
  • Makes periodic checks of containers / components to determine satisfactory operation of equipment.
  • Maintains and controls inventory of processing equipment, components, spare parts, stockroom items and tools as directed.
  • Sets up, operates and troubleshoots equipment including making minor repairs as necessary.
  • Supplies components to the equipment during operation (i.e. loading components). Runs equipment for various size containers, stoppers, caps, and other components as required.
  • Makes minor adjustments to equipment to clean jams as necessary and communicates issues or problems to technicians or supervisors.
  • Performs in-process testing/monitoring via paper or electronic systems (dose/seal checks, leak checks, broken glass checks, standards/challenges, reconstitution, and control board/charts, etc.) as required for the area assigned.
  • Completes all required log sheets, batch records (including, but not limited to 2nd person reviews, sampling and accountability calculations), training rosters and other documentation as required.
  • Interfaces with departmental computer systems/databases, completing timely and accurate transactions as necessary
  • Ensure material are organized, stored, segregated and staged for production operations
  • Perform cleaning/disinfection/decontamination of items when entering classified production areas.
  • Coordinates activities required to manage inventory of supplies, component and equipment to meet production schedules.
  • Palletize filled, inspected and / packaged product
  • Manually inspect material as directed
  • General housekeeping and cleaning of equipment
  • Other tasks as assigned by Management Team.

Desirable:

  • 3 or more years working in a CGMP environment.
  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry experience.
  • Aseptic Processing experience.
  • Experience with aseptic processing, including but not limited to, making sterile connections.
  • Lock-out/Tag-out (Hazardous Energy Control) training/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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Production WorkerPennsylvania No

Industrial / Commercial HVAC Maintenance / Repair

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced HVAC Mechanics 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 (GED) -AND-
  • Graduation from a recognized/accredited HVAC/Refrigeration trade school, technical institute or community college with at least six months full time emphasis (5 hours/day x 3 days/week) in air conditioning, refrigeration, electricity and associated controls -OR
    • Completion of a formal Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanic Apprentice Program, with at least six months full time emphasis (5 hours/day x 3 days/week) in air conditioning, refrigeration, electricity and associated controls.

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • N/A

Experience Required:

  • At least three (3) years of full-time experience as a journey-person HVAC/Refrigeration mechanic maintaining and troubleshooting industrial refrigeration and air conditioning equipment and associated controls. This includes but is not limited to servicing at least 50 ton HVAC refrigeration systems and/or servicing low temperature refrigeration systems. Possessing the ability to interface with automated building/refrigeration control systems -OR-
  • The recent completion of four years' on-the-job training as part of a formal HVAC/Refrigeration apprentice program
  • Complete certification as a Universal Technician in refrigerant transition and recovery in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency 40 CFR Part 82 Subpart F.
  • Hands on experience with Hazardous Energy Control Procedures (Lock Out / Tag Out).
  • Must be electrically qualified

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Power and hand tools, oxyacetylene torch, chemical cleaning equipment, gauge manifolds, electronic/electric/pneumatic measuring devices, vacuum pumps, various refrigerant/heat transfer/lubrication media containers and handling equipment, BAS (preferably Siemens) keyboard/CRT and CFC (chlorofluorocarbons), HCFC, and HFC leak detection, reclaiming, recycling, recovery systems.
  • Personal computer, network terminals and computer interfaces
  • Will be required to carry radio and/or pager

Environmental Factors:

  • Heavy lifting, use and handling of solvent, acids and heat transfer media, heat and cold, dust and dirt, refrigerant handling, working in confined spaces and roofs and at heights, possible work in areas on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • May require immunization
  • Will require wearing personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, respirators, hearing and fall protection

Duties:

  • installs, maintains, overhauls, operates repairs and troubleshoots refrigeration, air conditioning and air volume equipment and associated control systems.
  • Installs, maintains, overhauls, and operates air conditioning and refrigeration equipment including compressors, pumps, evaporators, expansion valves, solenoid valves, all controls, condensers, and other related parts.
  • Ensures compliance with CFC-related refrigeration and qualifications minimizing losses and maximizing recovery via effective leak detection, maintenance procedures and the use of reclaiming, recycling and recovery equipment.
  • Monitors and measures pressure drop of HVAC filters and replaces them as necessary, observing all system integrity and safety requirements.
  • Utilizes Building Automation System to monitor lyophilization systems, manufacturing and research environments, refrigeration units, incubators, etc. Operates BAS terminals to monitor, troubleshoot and maintain applicable system performance consistent with required unit and area conditions, following all change control procedures.
  • Troubleshoots and adjusts HVAC systems and air volume control equipment to maintain proper temperature, humidity, and air flow conditions.
  • Cleans HVAC coils, evaporators, and condensers via chemicals, air, special cleaning agents, high pressure wash units, etc. in order to maintain equipment in good operating condition
  • Repairs and adjusts refrigeration systems to maintain design parameters, temperature pressure, level, etc.
  • Answers alarms associated with monitoring systems and makes routine decisions concerning priority of responses
  • Reads refrigeration / HVAC drawings and electronic/electric/pneumatic control schematics; ability to analyze air conditioning and refrigeration problems and take corrective action.
  • Uploads and downloads programs and utilizes computer-based Building Automation Systems for trouble shooting and monitoring system performance.
  • Communicates effectively with supervisors to provide equipment and system status, parts and other work requirements
  • Operates recovery, recycling and reclaiming devices to minimize refrigerant impact on the environment
  • Attend and actively participates in waste walkthroughs, or any other operations quality, safety or environmental initiative.
  • Prepares and assists technicians, supervisors and planners in preparing labor and material estimates.

Desirable:

  • Recent experience maintaining centrifugal chillers, cascade refrigeration systems, screw compressors, and DOC systems Demonstrate proficiency in testing, adjusting, and balancing HVAC systems. Experience calibrating HVAC associated instrumentation.
  • Ability to read refrigeration HVAC drawings and electronic/electric/pneumatic control schematics; ability to analyze air conditioning and refrigeration problems and take corrective action
  • Specific HVAC, refrigeration and / or direct digital control vendor training programs.
  • LN2 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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Industrial / Commercial HVAC Maintenance / RepairPennsylvania No

Industrial

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Instrument Technicians 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 hours formal training on electrical safety, electrical system, electronics) Certification/Training.

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • Instrumentation Technical Training Certificate (ISA-CCST) or equivalent
  • Trained in Electrical Safety NFPA-70E (144 hours of formal instruction on electrical safety, electrical system, electronics).

Experience Required:

  • A minimum of four years full time experience (8,000 hours) industrial or military experience as an Instrument Technician with broad spectrum of calibration and process control experience involving but not limited to Analytical, Conductivity, DC and Low Frequency Electromagnetic, Flow, Level, Mechanical, Optical, pH, Pressure, Temperature, Time, Speed and Weight.
  • Must have hands on experience with Hazardous Energy Control Procedures (Lock Out/Tag Out)
  • Must be electrically qualified

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Strong knowledge of instrumentation, PLC’s and electronic and pneumatic loop control systems within the following disciplines: Analytical, Conductivity, CD and Low Frequency Electromagnetic, Flow, Level Mechanical, Optical, PH, Pressure, Temperature, Time, Speed and Weight.
  • Working knowledge of hand and power tools.
  • Working knowledge of pneumatics required.
  • Must be able to identify and properly use the correct tools and NIST traceable test equipment for the task assigned.
  • May be required to carry radio and/or pager.

Environmental Factors:

  • May involve working on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • Required to wear personal protective equipment including safety glasses, safety shoes, respirators, hearing and fall protection.
  • May require immunization
  • May require CGMP gowning

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to read blueprints, drawings.

Duties:

  • Perform routine calibration of instrumentation
  • Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, design, installation and configuration of equipment, instrumentation and control systems.
  • Identify and correct measurement errors
  • Replace instrumentation and controls as needed.
  • Maintain configuration management to ensure compliance of the system.
  • Redline drawings, engineering documentation and other technical specifications.
  • As necessary, provide input and support for the design, installation and upgrade of instrumentation and control systems.
  • Executed assignments to support Metrology, Facilities and/or Engineering Projects.
  • Identify “Out of Tolerance” conditions and perform corrective actions to return the device to within specifications. Participate with investigation and documenting the potential impact the Out of Tolerance condition may have had on the instrumentation and process.
  • Develop and/or revise calibration procedures and job plans while looking for ways to improve how calibrations and troubleshooting is performed to make those practices more efficient.
  • Maintain instruments, standards and tools. Perform equipment inspection prior to and upon return from vendor certification and review associated documentation.
  • Attend and actively participate in waste walkthroughs or any other operations, quality, safety or environmental training/ initiatives as required.
  • Prepares and assists technicians, managers and planner/schedulers 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.
  • Lock-out / Tag-out (Hazards Energy Control) training /experience.
  • Trade or Journeyman certification / certificate.

 

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

Material Handler

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Material Associates 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 $24/hr.
  • 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
  • Working knowledge of basis arithmetic with the ability to calculate accountabilities
  • Moderate to advanced Computer Skills
  • Powered Industrial Vehicles courses and testing

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • Licensed in the appropriate material handling equipment
  • TSA Certified

Experience Required:

  • Experience operating multiple types of forklifts to include but not limited:
    • Sit-down counterbalance
    • Electric pallet jack
    • Rider pallet jack
    • Raymond High Reach Stand-up Counterbalance
    • Bendi-forklift (Otherwise known as a sidewinder)
    • Proficiency in inventory management skills
    • Computer skills

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Floor scrubbers
  • Sit-down counterbalance
  • Electric pallet jack
  • Rider pallet jack
  • Raymond High Reach Stand-up Counterbalance
  • Bendi-forklift (Otherwise known as a sidewinder)

Environmental Factors:

  • Ability to work in extreme cold (2-8C) & (-20F) for extended periods

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.
  • Frequent bending and heavy lifting
  • Ability to work with Dry Ice
  • Ability to work with Hazmat shipments
  • Ability to Multi-Task

Duties:

  • Follows all safety rules and regulations in conduct of job assignments
  • Packs out International and Domestic orders as directed
  • Utilizes computer systems for receipt, loading, unloading, picking, sorting, unpacking storage and re-palletizing of materials and product.
  • Movers, transfers and obtains material or product as required or directed
  • Confirms and adheres to special temperature needs specified on product/ packaging labels and handling instructions for hazardous materials
  • Managing the picking and controlling of controlled samples and directs movement to plant storage areas and/or customers.
  • Follows guidelines for waste management assure discard and recycling requirements are upheld
  • Performs operator maintenance for automatic warehouse equipment, vehicles and conveyors
  • Ensures the highest level of safety and cGMP’s through coordinated housekeeping duties, including emptying trash, discarding pallets, moving dumpsters to appropriate locations and running power sweeper /scrubber where applicable.
  • Other tasks as may be assigned by Management Team

Desirable:

  • Previous hazmat training
  • Temperature controlled pack-out experience
  • Two-years previous warehouse experience
  • Two-years previous experience operating a forklift
  • Waste disposal, inventory management and material control 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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Material HandlerPennsylvania No

Material Handler

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Production Material Handlers 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 $20/hr.
  • 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

Certifications /Licenses/Journeyman Card:

  • Fork truck license

Experience Required:

  • Previous fork truck and pallet jack experience

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Personal computer, network terminals and computer interfaces.
  • Mechanical and electrical pallet jacks (pallet stacker), fork truck, ladders, other tools and equipment associated with the movement and organization of materials.
  • General materials handling equipment, small hand tools as needed.

Environmental Factors:

  • Ability to work in controlled temperature units for extended timeframes.

Ergonomic / Human Factors:

  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods.
  • Ability to lift, pull or push up to 50 lbs.
  • Proficient in the English language, both written and verbal

Duties:

  • Receives all materials shipped to Department from Receiving Departments, outside vendors, and other departments throughout the plant site.
  • Ships products to appropriate finished goods warehouse or packaging floor.
  • Appropriately manages and documents Time Out of Refrigeration (TOR).
  • Complete necessary paperwork and/or computer transactions for shipping and receiving.
  • Co-ordinate shipping and receiving with other areas.
  • Adhere to established storage and security regulations for cold vaults and warehouses.
  • Other tasks as assigned by Management Team (i.e. housekeeping).

Desirable:

  • 3 or more years working in a CGMP environment.
  • Pharmaceutical or Food industry 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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Material HandlerPennsylvania No

Engineer: Stationary

Location: Pennsylvania
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting experienced Stationary Engineers 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 $50-60/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 (GED) -AND-
  • Graduation from a recognized/accredited trade school with at least six months full time emphasis (5 hours/day x 3 days/week) in industrial power plant and refrigeration equipment operations -OR-
  • Navy Machinist Mate and Boiler Technician, State Stationary Engineer Seal, and Merchant Marine QMED -OR-
  • Engineer programs/licenses

Experience Required:

  • Three years recent full-time experience (6,000 hours) operating industrial power plant equipment and controls (must include: chillers, cooling towers, air compressors, and water treatment equipment}. A basic understanding of chemical and water treatment and computer use is required.
  • Hands on experience with Hazardous Energy Control procedures (Lock Out / Tag Out).
  • Ability to read and troubleshoot from blueprints, drawings, etc.
  • Familiarization with valve, mechanical equipment maintenance and instrumentation and control procedures.

Equipment (including but not limited):

  • Air compressors, refrigerated and desiccant air dryers, package boilers, water softeners, deionizers, demineralizers, reverse osmosis and distillation equipment, clean steam generators, electrical and turbine driven centrifugal chillers, absorption chillers, water cooling towers, condensate equipment, vacuum pumps, catalytic oxidizers, closed-loop building water systems and chemical treatment and testing equipment.
  • Personal computer, network terminals and computer interfaces
  • Will be required to carry radio and / or pager

Environmental Factors:

  • Heavy lifting use and handling of solvent, acids and heat transfer media, heat and cold, dust and dirt, refrigerant handling, working in confined spaces and roofs and at heights.
  • May involve working on/near incinerators, animal areas, sewer pits, lift stations, etc.
  • Will be required to wear personal protective equipment including safety glasses, safety shoes, respirators, hearing and fall protection.
  • May require immunization
  • May require CGMP gowning

Duties:

  • Operation of heating and cooling equipment, including chillers, cooling towers, perimeter heat, reheat, etc. systems to meet variable load conditions.
  • Maintains appropriate oil, glycol and cooling water parameters as required by utility systems. Chemically cleans heat exchange and circulating systems.
  • Operates distilled water, deionized water, reverse osmosis, water softener, water pre-treatment, and reheat systems
  • Troubleshoots, maintains, regenerates, acid cleans, adds or changes resin, and disinfects these systems as necessary.
  • Monitors capacity of utility services, and quality to insure proper operation of all utility equipment.
  • Conducts daily rounds and readings of utility equipment and reports problems to Manager.
  • Performs routine testing of water systems, cooling tower water, closed loop cooling and heating systems.
  • Maintains necessary chemical treatment at specified parameters, e g.level, pH, conductivity, etc.
  • Performs preventive and corrective maintenance and emergency repairs as required by the equipment and systems for which responsible.
  • Maintains proper pressures and temperatures in the operation of heating and cooling equipment, including chillers, cooling towers, perimeter heat, reheat etc. systems to meet variable load conditions. Maintains appropriate oil, glycol and cooling water parameters as required by utility systems.
  • Insures proper operation of gauges / instrumentation (temperature, flow, conductivity, resistivity, pH, pressure, etc.) and changes recorder charts as necessary.
  • Prepares utility equipment and systems for modifications and/or tie-ins, performs necessary tie-ins, shutdowns and valve isolations.
  • Maintains utility equipment in good operating condition as it applies to oiling, packing, cleaning, adjustments and safety conditions.
  • Operates computer workstations for monitoring and operational status of equipment and systems.
  • Attend and actively participates in waste walk through, or any other operations, quality, safety or environmental training or initiatives.

Desirable:

  • Recent experience operating centrifugal chillers (electrical and turbine driven) greater than 600 tons, air compressors and desiccant air dryers greater than 250 cfm, and high purity (WFI and USP grade) water system equipment including reverse osmosis, deionization, vapor compression and multi-effect distillation units.
  • Advanced courses in high purity water, cooling towers, water treatment, reverse osmosis, steam utilization, and chiller operation

 

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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Engineer: StationaryPennsylvania No

Boilermaker

Location: Oregon
Description:

Huffmaster Companies is recruiting Operating Engineers (Boiler Operators) for a possible Labor dispute that may could occur at anytime.

 

Pay rate $60 per hour

48 Hour Guarantee per each full week worked

Requirements:

· Must be able to bend, carry, reach, push/pull, twist, and lift up to 50 pounds.

· Respond to calls from plant personnel for emergency maintenance service.

· Startup the equipment at the beginning of production, usually when the lines have been shut down over the weekend.

· Perform scheduled routine, servicing and maintenance of plant utilities including boilers and HVAC and document the activity.

· Assist and monitor outside vendors in the work they are contracted to perform work such as special inspections.

· Must be able to operate different types of manufacturing equipment (pallet jack, forklift, high/low units)

 

We Provide:

· Air travel or reimbursed mileage (one round trip) if you live within 300 miles of the job site

· Daily Per Diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

· Hotel Accommodations (two people to a room)

 

If you would like to apply for this position, please call 800-486-1544.

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BoilermakerOregon No

Registered Nurse (RN)

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Huffmaster Companies specializes in Healthcare Crisis Staffing. We work across the country assisting hospitals and nursing homes when then have labor disputes or are in need of additional staff.

When we have a new opportunity we contact those that have an application on file with us and have the licensing needed. Depending on the State and the size of the hospital, there are times when we will assist and pay for an RN to get that States license.

The pay rates vary depending on the facility. Typically the pay ranges from $45-$55/hr with a minimum guarantee (for labor disputes).

Requirements:

  • Must have 1 year of experience working in your specialty within the last 3 years
  • Must be up-to-date within current file requirements
  • Must have active RN License

We provide:

  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Air travel to the job site, or if too close to fly, reimbursed mileage one round trip from your home to the hotel
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

Most healthcare strike are only a few days, so it is a great way to make extra income! Please complete our application and we will contact you when we have a new opportunity!

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Registered Nurse (RN)Travel Throughout the US No

Service Health Professional

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Although we do not have any Healthcare service positions at this time, If you would like to be registered with our company to be notified when future positions become available, please click below to complete our online application.

We Provide:

  • Hotel accommodations, two people to a room
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals
  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

 

If you have questions, or would like to speak to a recruiter, please contact a recruiter by calling 866-903-7267

 

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Service Health ProfessionalTravel Throughout the US No

Allied Health Professional

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Although we may not be actively recruiting for your specific area of specialty at this time, we would still like you to register with us, so you can be notified whenever we have new positions that meet your qualifications and licensing.

Please make sure to specify all areas you have experience and list all your state licenses and certifications.

We Provide:

  • Hotel accommodations, two people to a room
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals
  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

If you have questions, or would like to speak to a recruiter, please contact a recruiter by calling 866-903-7267

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Allied Health ProfessionalTravel Throughout the US No

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Huffmaster always accepts applications for CNAs to work during labor disputes. Anytime we get a new contract for a potential strike, we contact people in our database first who meet the specifications of the assignment before we post the job to the public, so we highly encourage you to complete your application prior to a notice of a strike.

Requirements:

  • Must have 1 year of experience working as a CNA within the last 3 years
  • Valid License
  • Up-to-date within current file requirements

We Provide:

  • Hotel accommodations, two people to a room
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals
  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

 

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)Travel Throughout the US No

Licensed Practical / Vocational Nurse (LPN / LVN)

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Huffmaster Companies specializes in Healthcare Crisis Staffing.  We work across the country assisting hospitals and nursing homes when then have labor disputes. 

When we have a new labor dispute we contact those that have an application on file with us and have the licensing needed.  Depending on the State and the size of the hospital, there are times when we will assist and pay for an LPN to get that States license.

The pay rates vary depending on the facility. Typically the pay ranges from $32-$37/hr with a minimum guarantee. 

We provide:

  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Air travel to the job site, or if too close to fly, reimbursed mileage one round trip from your home to the hotel
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses

Most healthcare strike are only a few days, so it is a great way to make extra income!  Please complete our application and we will contact you when we have a new opportunity! 

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 866-903-7267.

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Licensed Practical / Vocational Nurse (LPN / LVN)Travel Throughout the US No

Driver: Ready Mix

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Although we don't have any current ready mix assignment, please complete our online application, and we will contact you when we have a new assignment. 

The pay rates vary depending on the assignment.

 

Requirements:

  • Must have at least 1 year verifiable ready mix experience
  • Please put down the type of vehicles you have at least one year experience
  • Valid DOT medical card and CDL license
  • Good driving record

Because these are typically  labor disputes the actual duration of the assignments are not known.   We do ask that you be available for at least 45 days to work any of our assignment.

If you would like to be considered for this position, please apply now or call and speak to a recruiter at 800-486-1544

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Driver: Ready MixTravel Throughout the US No

Skilled Worker

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Although we may not currently be recruiting for the type work that you do, we encourage you to apply below and choose all the areas you have experience and we will contact you when we have a need for people with those skills.

We Provide:

  • Hotel accommodations, two people to a room
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals
  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

 

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Skilled WorkerTravel Throughout the US No

Crisis Security Officer

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

 

Huffmaster is always accepting application for Crisis Security Officers.  

Requirements:

  • Must be willing to travel and be gone for 45 days (although there is no guarantee on length of the actual deployment)
  • Must have at least 6 months prior security experience or prior military service
  • If you are licensed as a security officer in specific states, please include on your application
  • Must not have ANY felony conviction or any Misdemeanor convictions of theft or moral turpitude offenses.
  • Must be willing to work 12 hour shifts
  • Must be willing to work 6-7 days per week

We Provide:

·         Hotel accommodations, two people to a room

·         Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

·         Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

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For more information about our company, please visit our corporate website at:  www.huffmaster.com  and go to our Strike Services division or call 800-229-1550.

If you have questions, or would like to speak to a recruiter, please contact a recruiter by calling 800-229-1550

 

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Crisis Security OfficerTravel Throughout the US No

CDL Driver: Class A

Location: Travel Throughout the US
Description:

Huffmaster Companies staffs both temporary CDL-A delivery driver positions as well as CDL-A assignments for strikes throughout the US.

Requirements:

  • Must have at least one year verifiable experience as a CDL-A Driver
  • Valid DOT medical card and CDL license
  • Good driving record
  • Route delivery experience preferred

We Provide:

  • Hotel accommodations, two people to a room
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals
  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if less than 300 miles

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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CDL Driver: Class ATravel Throughout the US No

Operator: Tower

Location: Washington
Description:

We are recruiting experienced Tower Operators to work during a possible labor dispute in Washington State at a Grain distribution facility, the potential start date is to be determined.

Pay Rate is $55/hr
36 hour minimum guarantee if you deploy, even if the strike is averted
60 minimum work week guarantee - if you are ready, willing and able to work each scheduled shift

Essential Job Duties include:

  • Coordinate spout movement with the hatch tenders via radio

  • Coordinate with the control room for the vessel loading rotation.

  • Communicate with the hatch tenders and control room to determine quantify in bin for leveling purposes and loading rate for the spouts.

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly

  • Hotel Accommodations

  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals 

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Operator: TowerWashington No

Rail Unloader

Location: Washington
Description:

We are recruiting experienced Rail Unloaders to work during a possible labor dispute in Washington State at a Grain distribution facility, the potential start date is to be determined.
 

Pay Rate is $50/hr
36 hour minimum guarantee if you deploy, even if the strike is averted
60 minimum work week guarantee - if you are ready, willing and able to work each scheduled shift

Essential Job Functions:

  • Operate track unload cart
  • Communicate with locomotive
  • Rig bad doors to get them open, if possible and if not, flag them as bad and communicate this to the control room.
  • Mark off cars on the track sheet as they are unloaded and verify numbers match.
  • Access the top of the rail car, open doors, and poke grain to achieve flow.
  • Use tools to puncture plugs on the rail car door opening to achieve flow.
  • Adjust knuckle when coupling does not occur when switching sets
  • 85-90% of the time, the operator simply operates the cart, controls the indexer, and marks off cars as they are unloaded.
  • 5% of the time, the operator will communicate with locomotive and ensure good coupling when switching out sets
  • 5% of the time, the operator will have to deal with non-functional car doors, plugs, or other grain flow problems.

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Rail UnloaderWashington No

Hatch Tender

Location: Washington
Description:

We are recruiting experienced Hatch Tenders for loading Grain to work during a possible labor dispute in the Northwest US.

Pay Rate is $44/hr
36 hour minimum guarantee if you deploy, even if the strike is averted
60 minimum work week guarantee - if you are ready, willing and able to work each scheduled shift

Essential duties include:

  • Visually watch the spouts being put on board to start loading, moving spouts about the holds as they’re loaded, and stowing the spouts when not in use or the vessel finishes.

  • Coordinate spout movement with the tower operator via radio, using KEC lingo

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly

  • Hotel Accommodations

  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

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Hatch TenderWashington No

Utility Worker (Loading Dust Trucks)

Location: Washington
Description:

We are recruiting experienced Utility/Dust Truck Loaders to work during a possible labor dispute in Washington State at a grain distribution facility, the potential start date is to be determined.

Pay Rate is $44/hr
36 hour minimum guarantee if you deploy, even if the strike is averted
60 minimum work week guarantee - if you are ready, willing and able to work each scheduled shift

Essential Job Functions:

  • Clean up (sweeping, vacuuming, hosing, & shoveling)
  • Braking railcars (letting off air pressure on the brakes of railcars)
  • Measuring bin levels
  • Operate vehicles (truck, Kubota)
  • Relieve in rail unload
  • Relieve in the tower 
  • Relieve on the barge unload 
  • Load trucks
  • Communication with various individuals on site via phone, radio, etc.

Job Summary

  • The Utility person has a few position-specific tasks and then relieves other positions for break/lunch as needed. 
  • Position Specific Tasks: The Utility position is tasked with loading trucks (commodity, dust & screenings), clean up, braking railcars, measuring bin levels, and other tasks as assigned. 
  • Relief Tasks:  The Utility position relieves in the rail unload, the tower, and the barge unload as needed for breaks/lunches. 
  • Access to many of the areas where the Utility work is done is by stairs or fixed ladders.

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly

  • Hotel Accommodations

  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

 

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

 

 

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Utility Worker (Loading Dust Trucks)Washington No

Operator: Locomotive

Location: Washington
Description:

We are currently recruiting experienced Locomotive Operators to work during a possible labor dispute in Washington State, the potential start date is to be determined.

Pay Rate is $55/hr

Essential Job Functions:

  • Operate locomotive
  • Communicate with the Switchman
  • Inspect/Clean locomotive
  • Fuel/oil locomotive

Job Summary

The locomotive operator runs the locomotive to move full cars around the track and into the rail unload and then pushes empty cars onto the track out onto the main line for removal.  The Locomotive operator will also push to the stub track if any car needs repair.  The locomotive operator takes direction from the switchman.  The locomotive operator's cab is heated, but has no air conditioning.  There are windows that open to provide outside air.  The locomotive operator is required to inspect the locomotive at the start of each shift.  When rail car movement is slack, the locomotive operator will clean the engine as necessary.  As needed, the locomotive operator is also responsible to see that the engine is fueled and has correct oil levels.  The locomotive operator also loads on sand as needed for traction.

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

If you would like to be considered for this position, please apply now or call and speak to a recruiter at 800-486-1544

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Operator: LocomotiveWashington No

Oiler

Location: Washington
Description:

We are recruiting experienced Oilers to work during a possible labor dispute in Washington State at a Grain distribution facility. The dates of this potential strike are unknown, but could happen at anytime.

Pay Rate is $40/hr

TASKS Include:

  • Heats, sprays, pours, and applies lubricant onto gears and other moving parts of machine or mechanical equipment.

  • Fills container, such as oilcan, grease gun, or tank, or wells and sumps of lubricating systems with specified lubricant.

  • Observes panel to determine efficiency of automatic lubricant system and turns or adjusts valves to regulate flow of oil.

  • Inspects moving parts of mechanical equipment to detect wear and determine need for lubrication.

  • Reports machinery defects or malfunctions to supervisor.

  • Records and maintains production, repair, and machine and equipment maintenance information.

  • Cleans machines, sweeps floors, and transports stock to maintain work area.

We Provide:

  • Air travel or reimbursed mileage if too close to fly

  • Hotel Accommodations

  • Daily per diem to cover meal expenses and incidentals

If you are interested in working this assignment, please complete our online application by following the link to apply or to speak to recruiter, please call 800-486-1544.

 

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OilerWashington No
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