full-time part-time employee contract
all Utility’s department systems in plant.
In alignment with
Act 593(B), this position is considered safety sensitive as this employee is
responsible for operating, maintaining and monitoring machinery.
Must be an active participant in the pre-shift
meeting and conduct walk-throughs of systems checks.
Employee must maintain operations by monitoring
systems, doing Preventive Maintenance and work orders. Must monitor all
utilities equipment. Requires ability to work independently toward general
results. Must originate, plan, adapt
and invent to accomplish tasks, as employee must maintain all NH3 utility
refrigeration systems in the 402 area and secondary systems throughout the plant.
Employee must maintain paperwork and checks associated
with this position such as checking 400, 401, 402 areas, air and water
levels, chillers, compressors, etc..
All checks must be documented and maintained in a daily log. While
work pace is normal, this position requires attention to detail and
intermittent to moderate physical exertion.
Employee must maintain areas clean by sweeping,
cleaning and washing down work areas.
Employee must end their shift by documenting any
changes and work performed in the system, filling out daily log sheets and
putting away clean tools.
addition to high school graduation, needs specialized training such as
apprenticeship in trade or technical courses.
Additional training beyond high school graduation is required.
Employee must support and comply with all Nestlé programs and
policies, including, affirmative action goals and commitments, SHE (Safety,
Health & Environment) strategies, corporate citizenship initiatives, NCE
(Nestle Continuous Excellence), TPM (Total Performance Management), GMP’s
(Good Manufacturing Practices) and Safety Policies to ensure employee safety
and product quality. Employee must meet all requirements related to
NQMS (Nestle Quality Management System) and ISO (International Organization
for Standardization) standards for Quality, Food Safety, Environmental
Compliance and Occupational Health and Safety.
REQUIREMENTS AND EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of 3 years recent experience
operating, maintaining and repairing industrial ammonia refrigeration
equipment. Must have qualification and experience in
repair and maintenance of air compressors, HVAC & NH3 systemsWithin 24 months of employment must complete
the CIRO certification for ammonia refrigeration systems. Must have a current Arkansas State Boiler
License, or be able to obtain it within one year of employmentMust have minimal electrical experience and be
able to be ark flash trainedRespirator and SCBA qualification required
within one year, and pass a physical for these qualificationsMust be able to complete and maintain
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