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Dispensing Technician

Company Name:
Select Family of Staffing Companies
DISPENSING TECHNICIAN
Weekly paychecks Health Care Other Great Benefits
This position is responsible for assisting in the full scope of activities required to sustain our company's batch mixing, shipping & receiving, and quality control programs.They pick, measure, mix, and fill batches up to 200 gallons. Also maintains inventory, unloads organizes, and stores raw material stock. In addition (s)he will perform scheduled maintenance activities and keep the facilities, equipment, and control systems in ready-to-use condition.
Accountabilities:
Quality control data entry, creating and filing standard panels
Sampling, sprraying, and testing paint specimens
Complete necessary paperwork accurately and in a timely manner
Dispensing includes shaking, stocking, pulling, mixing, and filling liquid products.
Maintains inventory of raw materials
Safely and effectively use different types of paint blending tools
Load/unload trucks
Can accurately follow a written work order
Must be able to respond to after-hours critical projects

Need flexibility in your work schedule?
Crave a high-pay, low-stress job opportunity?
Want someone to cut through the noise and find the ideal job for you?
Join the Select Staffing team, and we'll get you on a new career path. From helping you tune up your resume to accelerating your skills with our computer training, we'll get you on the road to professional success!
Potential Select benefits include health insurance, dependent care assistance accounts, referral bonuses, and safety incentives, as well as the best temporary, part-time, and full-time positions available in today's growing job market.
Select is proud to invite qualified job seekers to join our team of talented Associates. Please note our screening requirements before applying: All applicants must provide documentation proving that they are eligible to work in the United States and may be asked to submit to a drug test and reference and background checks.

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