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Batch Maker in Broadview, IL at Newly Weds Foods

Date Posted: 8/1/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description




Batch Maker


Day Shift: 3:30a – 1:00p


Night Shift: 1:00p – 10:30p



The Batch Maker produces batches of product, in specification with the proper documentation to ensure the highest level of quality that meets customer needs while maintaining a clean and organized work environment.



Duties and Responsibilities Include:



●  Understand written and verbal instructions to complete assembly of products. Follow the “Manufacture Procedures” (attached), guidelines and quality standards that are provided by the Compounding Foreman.


●  If authorized, learn special devices such as Automation System and gun scanners.


●  Understand specific and consistent work procedures to satisfy production needs as a team within own department.


●  Understand use of equipment like scales, pumps, valves, knife and basic maintenance tools.


●  Manage basic inventory knowledge, read labels and identify Lot #’s, Material #’s and common sense to identify if raw materials look good to use.


●  Cross train in other work areas within your own department and possibly in other departments.


●  If authorized, may require forklift experience.


●  Must be able to attend work as scheduled


●  Must be able to read and write in English


●  Must be able to perform basic math problems


●  Must be able to lift up to 55 lbs.


●  Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions


●  Must be able to interact with others in a professional manner.




Job Requirements

Batch Maker


Day Shift: 3:30a – 1:00p


Night Shift: 1:00p – 10:30p



The Batch Maker produces batches of product, in specification with the proper documentation to ensure the highest level of quality that meets customer needs while maintaining a clean and organized work environment.



Duties and Responsibilities Include:



●  Understand written and verbal instructions to complete assembly of products. Follow the “Manufacture Procedures” (attached), guidelines and quality standards that are provided by the Compounding Foreman.


●  If authorized, learn special devices such as Automation System and gun scanners.


●  Understand specific and consistent work procedures to satisfy production needs as a team within own department.


●  Understand use of equipment like scales, pumps, valves, knife and basic maintenance tools.


●  Manage basic inventory knowledge, read labels and identify Lot #’s, Material #’s and common sense to identify if raw materials look good to use.


●  Cross train in other work areas within your own department and possibly in other departments.


●  If authorized, may require forklift experience.


●  Must be able to attend work as scheduled


●  Must be able to read and write in English


●  Must be able to perform basic math problems


●  Must be able to lift up to 55 lbs.


●  Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions


●  Must be able to interact with others in a professional manner.