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Employer: Midwest Industrial Rubber, Inc.

Expires: 09/01/2021

Now Hiring Local Field Service Technicians to work with Conveyor Belts! Start $15-$17/hour What we Offer:Start $15-$17/hour$1000 referral bonusWe promote from within, offering our employees opportunities for both internal advancement and relocation.Benefits:MedicalAetna – coverage starts on DAY ONEDentalVisionLife insuranceShort-term and long-term disabilityMIR pays 100% of the cost for each employee’s short-term & long-term disability coverage.Health Savings Account – with a company contribution of $600 annually401(k)Company matches 1st 1% at 100%, 50% match of next 5%UNLIMITED PTOPaid trainingTuition reimbursement.MIR reimburses up to 90% of tuition, after 1 year of employment, for Undergraduate AND Graduate education.About the Position:8am-5pm + 1hr for lunchResponsible for fabrication and installation of conveyor belting and related industrial products.Process orders in a safe and efficient manner; Operate light industrial equipment; Communicate with supervisor regarding assigned orders, scheduling, and other production issues.Ensure timely shipping of belting product; Receive shipments in a timely manner and ensure delivery to correct recipient; Maintain shipping/receiving department with needed supplies; Process and maintain reports.Travels to customer’s location to install product; Occasional overnight travel required. (We will pay for gas, meal, and hotel while traveling overnight).Recognize appropriate inventory usage and reports low levels to supervisor; Maintains cycle counts log; Participates in once-a-year inventory.Project a professional and courteous demeanor when communicating with others. Maintain a positive attitude towards work in the team environment.Skills:Previous industrial or production experience helpful, but not required. Requires mechanical inclination.Ability to read, write, and comprehend instructions, correspondence, and memos.Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.Must be able to read and understand a tape measure.Previous forklift experience helpful, but not required.Requirements:No experience needed, paid trainingHigh School GraduatePosition requires the ability to work a flexible schedule, including the occasional night and/or weekends.On a regular basis, lifting on average of heavy weight materials over 75 lbs.Occasional bending, stooping and upper body & arm rotation, frequent pushing, pulling, sitting, standing and reaching and some climbing.Valid driver’s license required