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KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES    
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 1 year of experience working in the areas of cosmetic, food, and/or pharmaceutical Manufacturing environments.  Experience operating a forklift is preferred. 
1. Must have basic math skills, as demonstrated by passing a math test, and ability to use metric system required in order to weigh raw materials according to batch specifications. Must be able to perform data entry, basic computer skills and weigh raw materials.  Must possess the manual dexterity to measure raw materials and use measuring equipment (i.e. scales, mechanical arms, drum lifts).
2. Ability to access and understand the Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for items used in Central Weigh.
3. Ability to frequently move 50-70 lbs. and push/pull in order to move drums and bags of raw materials.            
4. Ability to operate a forklift in order to transfer raw materials to storage and weighing areas as well as any other mechanical material handling equipment, safely and efficiently.
5. Must be able to stand on feet frequently in order to weigh raw materials; must be able to stoop, crouch, kneel, climb, and walk frequently in order to carry and weigh raw materials, maintain racks, and locate raw materials. Must be familiar with process of weighing, staging and storing of hazardous material.
6. General knowledge of Lean manufacturing principles such as 5S, problem solving, and WPO are desired.
7. Must demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate daily issues to Supervisor and peers.
8. Shift or schedule change may be necessary due to changing business needs.
 
WORKING CONDITIONS   (if not applicable, remove this section)
1. May occasionally be exposed to heat, cold, and inclement weather conditions.
2. This job requires occasional exposure to loud machinery noise and frequent exposure to dust/powders, dirt, fumes/gases, and odors.
3. This job requires exposure to hazardous waste such as spent alcohol, or other substances designated as hazardous waste by the Environmental Protection Agency.  Incumbents assigned such duties must complete an initial training program in hazardous waste management procedures and required annual follow-up training.
4. Incumbent is subject to other hazards such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, chemicals, and high places.
5. Frequent overtime, long shifts, and night or weekend work may be required

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