Production Operator Job


Soda Springs, ID, United States

Employment Type:  Regular
Category:  Production / Operations
Posting Date:  May 24, 2023


-    General purpose: As a Production Operator you will be responsible for manufacturing custom chemicals that are used in the fertilizer & mining, industrial minerals, and road construction industries. Work Hours: 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday – Friday with some weekend and overtime work.


-    Load/unload products from/to bulk storage tanks, Department of Transportation (DOT) regulated tank trailers, overseas shipping containers, railcars, totes and drums.
-    Connect/disconnect chemical hoses, open/close valves and transfer products using liquid pumping systems.
-    Transfer materials from various tanks and railcars.  Blend materials in tanks. Accurately measure products in tanks by using a gauge tape.
-    Uses basic math to verify proper chemical formula ratios.
-    Troubleshoot equipment and processes, as required. Perform light equipment maintenance tasks.
-    Complete paperwork, sign Bill of Ladings, document material transfers, placard vessels for safe transportation of product.
-    Calculate, manage, and document the transfer of products to maintain acceptable inventory levels. 
-    Climb on ladders to secure and open dome lids on DOT tank trailers, overseas shipping containers and railcars.
-    Follows all established safety rules and procedures required by ArrMaz and OSHA Standards.  
-    Performs Lockout / Tagout (LOTO), as required.
-    Perform quality testing in lab and enter data into computer via Chempax software.
-    Enters work orders into computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to ensure equipment remains in good working order. 
-    Keep work area clean by completing routine housekeeping duties.


-    Working environment is in a chemical facility. Must be comfortable with outdoor working conditions, routinely exposed to the elements. Frequent walking in a large production facility.
-    Must be able to safely perform all the duties of the job.
-    Ability to lift 50 lbs. repetitively (pulling and connecting hoses)
-    Capable of bending, climbing, stooping, and standing for long periods of time on concrete.
-    Must be able to pass a post-offer/pre-placement drug screen, background check, job-related physical abilities, and pulmonary function test. (Must also follow facial hair guidelines.)


-    Ability to pass a job-related math exam and job-related DOT placarding exam.  
-    Capable of driving a forklift.
-    Ability to understand the basics of chemical properties and recognize potential hazards.


-    High School Diploma or GED equivalent, required.
-    Experience in a chemical related field, preferred.
-    Ability to use computers, required; Experience, preferred.

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