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Machine Operator/Assembly Worker

At?IMPACT Management Services, we focus on delivering the highest quality light industrial, skilled trades, and professional employees to top employers in Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin. IMPACT?s values make it a great team to work with for both clients and candidates.

We currently have multiple openings as Machine Operators/Assembly Workers?in the St Clair area for a growing and fast paced facility.

These positions are ideal for those who have previous?Machine Operator/Assembly Worker experience or similar manufacturing experience and are seeking a long-term career with room for advancement.

A qualified Machine Operator/Assembly Worker will meet the following requirements:

  • Previous manufacturing experience
  • Longevity in work history
  • Reliable transportation
  • Steel toe boots/shoes
  • Great attendance record

Shifts for Machine Operators/Assembly Workers?vary by days of the week

current openings on 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Shift

  • 1st shift ? 6:30am-5pm M-TH
  • 2nd shift ? 5:00pm-3:30am M-TH
  • 3rd shift ? 8pm-6:30am M-TH
  • 4th Shift ? 6:30am-6:30am F-Sun
  • 5th shift ? 6:30pm-6:30am F-Sun

4th and 5th shifts perfect for those looking to work a second job. Machine Operators/Assembly Workers?must be able to work overtime upon request.

A qualified Machine Operator/Assembly Worker will meet the following requirements:

  • Manufacturing experience
  • Longevity in work history
  • Reliable transportation
  • Steel toe boots/shoes

Pay Rate for Machine Operator/Assembly Worker:

  • $10.00 with an increase to $11.00?once hired in
    • 30 cent premiums for 2nd, 3rd and 5th shifts

Benefits After 90 days of Employment:

  • Health (BCBS)
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401k match
  • Tuition Reimbursement

To Apply for Machine Operators/Assembly Workers:?

Upload your resume it will be reviewed and if you are a good fit, we will contact you as soon as possible to set up an interview. We look forward to hearing from you! If you have any questions or concerns. you can call 586-330-7000


 

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