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$1,500 Sign on with Dura-Line Day Shift Material Handler Sparks, Nevada

At Dura-Line, we aspire to create a more connected world, because we believe every company, every community, every person deserves the chance to advance their lives through better access to high-speed broadband. We take pride in our state-of-the-art quality products and being recognized a key partner with all of the major telecommunications companies across the world. In one year, Dura-Line produced over 1.4 billion feet of digital network infrastructure. Dura-Line creates what connects us. Every time you pick up your cell phone, log into the internet, or use your i-anything, it’s because our HDPE pathways protect that delicate string of glass called a fiber optic cable that carries everything from precious pictures of your puppy to the latest sports scores. Your safety, health, family, work, entertainment…your whole life; that’s our connection.

DAY SHIFT MATERIAL HANDLER
SPARKS, NEVADA
STARTING PAY $19.00

Sign On Bonus
$300 after 30 days
$500 after 60 days
$700 after 90 days
For a total of $1500 after 90 days

** WALK IN APPLICANTS WELCOME**
1284 E. Glendale Avenue 
Sparks, Nevada 89431

NO High School Diploma or Experience Required !
** THIS IS A DIRECT HIRE **
 

Dura-Line is looking for energetic employees to work at our Sparks, NV facility. The material handler is responsible for ensuring the required materials for each line are drawn from appropriate locations and set up, monitored, and made available throughout the production shift period.
 
 WHY DURA-LINE ??Dura-Line offers all its employees an exciting work environment and provides many internal career opportunities. We also offer internal programs such as employee referral and tuition reimbursement. For Tuition reimbursement you must be a full-time employee and completed one continuous year of employment. You will receive $5,000 a year for undergrad and $7,500 a year for grad. In addition to Dura-Lines 's $1,500 sign-on bonus & $1,500 referral bonus, we are offering a NEW Shared Success Quarterly Incentive Program, which will reward team success for eligible employees. Earn a minimum of $600 and up to $1,500 each quarter based on your good standing individual performance & plant performance. Let's share the success & win together ! JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY?
 

The Schedule
•    7a.m to 7:30 p.m.
•    One week you work 48 hours and the next week you work 36 hours
•    Total of 84 hours for a pay period
•    Work 15 days a Month
•    8 of the 84 hours is scheduled overtime
•    Every Other Weekend Off
•   Starting Pay for this entry level position: $ 19.00

Duties and Responsibilities:

  •  Knows and understands the material requirements (i.e. colorant, cable, tape, etc.) for each product being produced during the assigned shift
  •  Reviews the manufacturing order at the beginning of each shift to determine what materials are required  
  • Notifies Line Operator or Supervisor of any off standard situations

  Material Handling:

  • Drawing of Material – If material is not located in the staging area behind the lines and the Material Handler is not familiar with where the item is otherwise kept, request assistance from the Line Operator or Supervisor
  • Staging Material – Required materials need to be placed in the staging area or nearby so that it is available as needed
  •  Set-up of Materials – Materials will be set-up as per Supervisor’s instruction.

  Resin Delivery System

  •  Ensures the system is set-up in accordance with Supervisor’s instructions   
  • Monitors the system to ensure proper levels of resin are made available on each line
  • Makes-up resin/regrind mix as required
  • Probes all regrind gaylords for metallic contamination and reports all contaminated material to Supervisor or Line Operator
  • Monitors mixers to ensure proper setting/operation
  • Cleans all filters as required
  • Maintains appropriate levels of color mix for color feeders and stripers.  Monitors feeders and stripers for proper setting/operation
  • Sets up regrind gaylords for mixing

Process/Equipment Monitoring:

  •  Knows and understands the operation of pull-line feed equipment.  Maintains the proper tape in products requiring pull-line.  Maintains proper cable in products requiring cable in duct.  Makes minor repairs to feed equipment, such as tightening loose rolls, adjusting feed rate to maintain proper tension, etc.
  • Pulls tape onto floor, if tape feeders are not available, to ensure that any obstructions are removed from the tape path
  •  Monitors water level and temperature
  • Sets up and monitors air rings as required
  • Monitors and maintains all lubrication equipment ensuring proper levels of lubricant are being dispersed.  Makes minor repairs to equipment such as replacement of lube wands, cleaning filter, etc.

Disposal of Waste/Clean Up:

  • Puts floor dry in designated containers only
  • Puts floor sweep in gaylords marked “FLOOR SWEEP ONLY” (No blobs or floor dry)
  • Puts trash in trash containers
  •  Empties cable reels – disposes of as instructed by Supervisor
  • Keeps floor clean on a continuous basis to reduce risk of injury and follows safety requirements
  • Maintains a neat and orderly work area
  • Follows all safety requirements for the position and all company safety guidelines
  • Completes appropriate paperwork to ensure accurate inventory transactions
  • Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisor

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Reading, writing, and mathematical competency testing required 
  • Ability to read instructions for material requirements and specifications
  • Valid lift truck/forklift license for designated associates
  • Possess a working knowledge of the resin system 
  • Knows and understands part numbers for all material requirements

OCCUPATIONAL AND/OR PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to lift 50 pounds with or without reasonable assistance
  • Ability to climb ladders, listen to equipment, look for defects in product and ability to sense for temperature changes in the finished product
  • Ability to hold conduit and drive nails into reel flanges simultaneously
  • Ability to spend up to 12 hours a shift on your feet around hot machinery
  • Ability to move from one area to another by stepping over and/or bending under objects

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Manufacturing floor environment
  • May include outside conditions on top of railcars or silos in all types of weather

 Benefits:Available day 1 of Employment !

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision 
  • 401k 100 % Match up to 6 % plus an additional 3% company paid 401k
  • Employer Paid Short-Term Disability
  • Employer Paid Long-Term Disability
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Accrue up to 112 hours of paid time off in your first year 
  • 11 Paid Holidays 
  • Steel Toe Reimbursement Program ( $ 110.00 Annually )
  • Prescription Safety Glasses Reimbursement Program ( Prescription Must Be Provided )
  • Quarterly Perfect Attendance
  • Employee of the Month

 

*All employees are subject to pre-employment Background Check and Drug Screening and employment is contingent upon successful clearance of both. Dura-Line is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in the federal E-Verify program to verify the work eligibility of all new hires*


 


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Join Our Team: Dura-Line offers all its employees an exciting work environment and provides career opportunities in a continuously growing company. We are committed to attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce that represents our global customer base. Check out our products, history, and testimonials at www.Dura-Line.com 

Dura-Line is part of a community of companies, known as Orbia, bound together by a shared purpose: to advance life around the world. Orbia’s business groups have a collective focus on insuring food security, reducing water scarcity, reinventing the future of cities and homes, connecting communities to data infrastructure, and expanding access to health and wellness with advanced materials. The business groups include Precision Agriculture, Building and Infrastructure, Fluor, Polymer Solutions, and Data Communications, which collectively pursue human centric solutions to global challenges.

Sparks, NV, US, 89431

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Nearest Major Market: Reno
Nearest Secondary Market: Tahoe