Job Opportunities

Local employers are always looking for qualified and motivated individuals to fill open positions. Review the current job openings below to see how you can take the next step in your career in Dickson County, Tennessee. New openings are added regularly, so check back frequently for new opportunities.

  • Production Worker
    This position is essentially responsible for optimizing space and staging materials for departments. Must load line in accordance with production schedule and retrieve replacement materials as needed. Must have the ability to prioritize and coordinate the flow for the area.
    Not only does Masonite offer competitive wages, our competitive benefits package includes: 401K match, stock purchase plan, paid time off, medical, dental, vision, life & accidental insurance, disability, and more!
    Job Type: Full-time
    Salary: $13.40 to $14.40 /hour
    Experience:
    General labor: 2 years (Preferred)
    Location:
    Dickson, TN (Required)
    Work authorization:
    United States (Required)
    Application Question:
    Must be able to lift up to 50IBS
    Work Remotely:
    No
  • Maintenance Facility Manager
    The Maintenance Manager ensures all mechanical and electrical plant equipment is maintained and is in good operating condition, to minimize downtime, optimize production, machine up-time, and facilitate smooth on-schedule maintenance outage and repair. This position creates and implements preventative maintenance programs, meeting maintenance cost budgets, and equipment up-time goals, pre-qualifying contractors and administrative contracts for equipment installation and maintenance. This leader creates and establishes standard work for the Maintenance department and establish routines with measurable results on a daily basis. This role schedules mechanics for repair and maintenance of equipment.
  • Manufacturing Engineer
    Manufacturing Engineer Job Description
    This person is a crucial resource within our operations engineering functions. Candidates are expected to apply sound industrial engineering and lean manufacturing practices in heavy manufacturing plant environments across multiple locations . They are responsible for handling BOM table changes, material costing, delivery of capacity analysis, and ensure process standardization at all plant locations, as well as configuration changes and testing for custom orders and/or highly specialized products. They are also heavily involved with product engineering consultation for the product, sales, customer service, and order writing teams.

    Responsibilities:
    Lead in the development of new product integration, new processes and introduction of new materials into the manufacturing process
    Continuously support the Residential division in leveraging the capabilities of its manufacturing sites and improving profitability by consolidating our product offering and synergizing our supply chain
    Responsible for managing the configurations of our entire product portfolio in the ERP system. This includes BOM and manufacturing route modifications as our processes and/or our product designs are optimized
    Prepares analysis of production efficiencies against standard costs and works with the plant engineering staffs to improve efficiencies in underperforming operations. Provides manufacturing decision-making information by calculating production, labor, and material costs; reviewing production schedules; estimating future requirements
    Acts as a leader in Process Change Request process, soliciting and analyzing the appropriate data to make informed decisions and recommendations on proposed changes to our products and processes.
    Create, share and maintain best practices with other Masonite Residential sites
    Assures product and process quality by designing testing methods; testing finished- product and process capabilities; establishing standards; confirming manufacturing processes
    Assist or lead projects centered on productivity improvements in the process. Facilitate process/continuous improvement through Lean and Six Sigma methodologies
    Lead and justify capital projects that lead to improvements of our key metrics; Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Costs
    Support, cost estimate and document all engineering changes
    Support production in reducing / eliminating equipment and tooling downtime or scrap, utilizing good analytical methodologies
    Developing and controlling Standard Work Documentation and Standard Operating Procedures

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent
    5 to 7 years of experience in a plant or staff Manufacturing/Industrial Engineering position
    ERP experience a must
    PC proficiency including MS Office. AutoCAD proficiency a plus
    Demonstrated ability to maintain detail-oriented focus while balancing several simultaneous duties and initiatives
    Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing to all levels of the organization
    Must be able to independently manage workload and continuously promote a reduced stress environment
    Six Sigma Green Belt or Lean Manufacturing certification desired
    Working knowledge of manufacturing/mechanical processes and technology equipment

    Open to extraordinary!
    Job Type: Full-time
  • Continuous Improvement Leader
    The Continuous Improvement Leader will lead continuous improvement initiatives at assigned sites, including but not limited to the Model Plant Transformation Process and process improvement projects focused on customer satisfaction, quality, safety, and productivity. Travel up to 75%.
  • Maintenance Technician
    Responsibilities include the repair and maintenance of all equipment and machinery; inspections, testing, and adjustment of all plant systems, equipment, and machinery; preventative maintenance and repairs of equipment, machinery, buildings and grounds. Respond to all safety and emergency calls. Perform all tasks requested by the Supervisor, Superintendent and/or other management personnel.

    Main Responsibilities
    Will work on each of the primary maintenance shifts A, B, C and D in four separate areas.
    Works administratively for the area Maintenance Supervisor.
    Tool pouch on person at all times, unless you are physically working on breakdown or retrieving parts.
    Adjust, tighten and repair items as possible around production breaks, lunch and work stoppages.
    Monitor your area for problems. Be proactive in preparing for and conducting repairs.
    Follow lock out and tag and always keep safety a primary concern.
    Relay suggestions for improvement to your area supervisor and Shift Engineers.
    Rebuild parts, pre-stage repetitive usage items in your maintenance area.
    Maintain small repetitive usage tools and rigging in your maintenance area.
    Be proactive in repair of pneumatic and hydraulic leaks.
    Be proactive in repair of safety impacting items.
    Route emergency work order data and planned work order data back to area Maintenance Supervisor/Shift Lead Technician
    Conduct informal shift changeover in your maintenance area; relieve on machine as needed.
    Relay the need for planned work orders to your Maintenance Supervisor/Shift Lead Technician
    Aggressively participate in TPM exercises, working closely with and supporting production.

    Profile Requirements
    High School Diploma or GED.
    Technical college diploma/certificate.
    Must pass a basic math test and a basic metric system test.
    Ability to read hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and electronic schematics and ladder diagrams.
    Ability to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical control systems.
    Thorough knowledge of electrical control of machinery, ability to interpret logic and program programmable controllers.
    Ability to work overtime on short notice, including weekends.
    Two (2) year Technical Associates Degree
    Two to five (2-5) years maintenance experience.
    Power distribution and hard wire controls knowledge and experience
    Job Type: Full-time
    Pay: $23.91 - $32.48 per hour
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    Dental Insurance
    Flexible Spending Account
    Health Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Paid Time Off
    Tuition Reimbursement
    Vision Insurance
    Schedule:
    12 Hour Shift
    Night Shift
    Experience:
    maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)
    Education:
    High school or equivalent (Required)
    Work Location:
    One location
    This Company Describes Its Culture as:
    Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
    Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
    Innovative -- innovative and risk-taking
  • 2nd and 3rd Shift Machine Operator
    Interstate Packaging, a state of the art flexible printing and packaging manufacturer, is looking for 2nd and 3rd Shift Machine Operators.
    Operators are responsible for the set-up and operation of their designated machine. This includes, ensuring accuracy and quality of product being produced. Production responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

    Following all required safety procedures such as PPE’s, ergonomics, chemical hazards, etc. and performs job in a manner that protects the health and safety of all employees.
    Read and understands job jackets/order.
    Follows established quality checking procedures in the pressroom.
    Effectively communicates with supervisor, oncoming shift, and management.
    Communicate effectively
    Properly making computer entries.

    Benefits
    Interstate Packaging offers a family friendly work environment, offering competitive wages, and a great benefit package for all eligible employees.
    Health, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance
    Excellent Company match on 401 (k)
    Flexible Spending Account
    Health Savings Account
    Disability Insurance
    Paid vacation, personal time and holidays
    . Requirements:
    Job requirements include but are not limited to the following:
    Must have reading skills necessary to properly understand production orders and designate specific plates for an order, and understand materials, reports, warning signs, etc.
    Must be able to distinguish subtle shades of colors accurately in order to match samples and color designations in orders.
    Must be able to lift 50 – 75 pound rolls without the assistance of any hoist and must be able to manipulate 100 – 300 pounds with the assistance of mechanical devices.
    Must be able to read a ruler and have other general math skills in order to measure roll diameters, roll widths, package sizes, etc.
    Must have directionality to distinguish right and left sides of machinery and to follow operating instructions from other employees and from written instructions.
    Must be agile (bending, stooping, squatting, climbing, etc.) in order to adjust equipment and avoid dangerous moving machinery.
    Reflexes must be in excellent condition for quick response time on moving machinery. Employee must be able to react to rapidly moving parts in order to avoid serious injury to his/her or other employee’s limbs or other life threatening injuries.
    Must have a good sense of smell to distinguish odors from materials and smell smoke (in case of fire). Must have good hearing to follow directions and coordinate procedures with fellow employees and to hear warning signals.
    Must be able to comprehend and follow detailed instructions without constant supervision. Must be able to communicate operating problems to supervisor.
    Must have mechanical ability to learn how the machine operates. This includes anilox rollers, cylinders, tension controls, safety mechanism, etc.
    Must be able to logically deduce (reason) the source of the problem on the slitter/rewinder, which prevents commercially acceptable printing, propose a solution to that problem and carry out that solution.
    Must be able to record information electronically as required by accounting.
    Must have physical strength to stand for lengthy periods of time.
    Must be able to interact with and follow instructions from quality control or management to maintain specified quality standards.
    Must be able to do meticulous work under production demand.
  • Die Setter
    Our search begins for Die Setters at our Dickson, TN facility to work afternoon shift (2:45pm - 11:00pm) and night shift (10:45pm - 7:00am).
    Function: Perform duties to set up and adjust injection molding equipment.
    Responsibilities:
    Accept responsibility for your Safety and the Safety of others by using Safety awareness to eliminate unsafe acts and correct unsafe conditions.
    Participate in Lean events and initiatives to support a culture of continuous improvement.
    Ensure all equipment/machine lockout procedures are followed.
    Maintain 5S practices and safe working conditions.
    Perform ordinary equipment lubrication, change hoses, tighten clamps and check for leaks.
    Clean mold vents and pins, outer surface of mold, and press under mold operating area.
    Set up correct machine program and clamp parameters.
    Ensure proper set up of secondary equipment and proper installation of work platforms when required.
    Participate in devising ways to effectively implement the principles of Lean and support a culture of continuous improvement.
    Responsible to work to performance/output standards per work instructions to meet departmental expectations and customer demand.
    Responsible to maintain attendance and punctuality per company policies and procedures.
    Obtain specified mold and other necessary material for indicated machine.
    Lift specified die sections into machine using overhead crane or forklift and bolt into place.
    Help maintain production status boards.
    Notify supervisor of any recognized or foreseen problems.
    Perform essential duties of molding machine operator.
    Responsible to work per schedule and have prior approvals before working any overtime.
    Maintain acceptable mold change and set up times.
    Work to develop ways to reduce changeover times to increase productivity.
    Responsible for any other special projects as assigned.
    Education/Experience Required:
    High School diploma or GED
    At least 1 year of experience in similar environment
    Forklift and overhead crane experience
    Mechanical aptitude
    Applied mathematics
    Ability to read and understand measurements and leveling device
    Job Type: Full-time
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    401(k) Matching
    Dental Insurance
    Disability Insurance
    Employee Assistance Program
    Flexible Spending Account
    Health Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Paid Time Off
    Referral Program
    Tuition Reimbursement
    Vision Insurance
    Schedule:
    8 Hour Shift
    Monday to Friday
    Overtime
    Work Remotely:
    No
  • Material Handler
    A.L.P. is an international leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of lighting components and components for other technical industries. We offer the industry’s most comprehensive line of products for OEMs and the aftermarket. For proprietary projects, our unique “360° Solutions” suite of custom services enables us to collaborate with customers at every stage of a product’s life cycle. Our core commitment is to provide superior service and product performance to every customer.
  • Machine Operator
    A.L.P. is an international leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of lighting components and components for other technical industries. We offer the industry’s most comprehensive line of products for OEMs and the aftermarket. For proprietary projects, our unique “360° Solutions” suite of custom services enables us to collaborate with customers at every stage of a product’s life cycle. Our core commitment is to provide superior service and product performance to every customer.
    A.L.P. is committed to creating value within a wide range of products. Brands include LexaLite®, Reflek®, Steel Craft and Vantex™. With manufacturing plants in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and distribution centers strategically located throughout the U.S., Europe, Latin America and South America, A.L.P. endures as an innovative supplier of feature differentiated products, processes and lighting innovations.
    Our search begins for 2nd Shift and 3rd Shift Machine Operators at our Dickson, TN facility.
  • Maintenance Technician
    A.L.P. is an international leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of lighting components and components for other technical industries. We offer the industry’s most comprehensive line of products for OEMs and the aftermarket. For proprietary projects, our unique “360° Solutions” suite of custom services enables us to collaborate with customers at every stage of a product’s life cycle. Our core commitment is to provide superior service and product performance to every customer.
    A.L.P. is committed to creating value within a wide range of products. Brands include LexaLite®, Reflek®, Steel Craft and Vantex™. With manufacturing plants in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and distribution centers strategically located throughout the U.S., Europe, Latin America and South America, A.L.P. endures as an innovative supplier of feature differentiated products, processes and lighting innovations.
    Our search begins for a Maintenance Technician at our Dickson, TN facility to work afternoon shift (2:45pm - 11:00pm).
    Function of Maintenance Technician: Perform duties to maintain and repair a variety of production and plant facility equipment and assist supervisor with ordering parts, standardizing components and maintaining repair parts inventories
  • Production Supervisor
    Bridgestone APM is currently seeking a Production Supervisor to join our team on the 3rd Shift!
    We aspire to offer the best for our team members. Our commitment to safety and family is to strive to be a company trusted - a company in which all of us can take great pride. We adhere to principles of good faith as you carry out your work, in the way you treat others, and as you participate in and engage with our communities. It is about producing positive outcomes by respecting a diversity of skills, values, experiences, genders, and races and fostering teamwork. By enhancing how people live, learn, and work, the company strives to have a positive impact on the communities in which it operates.
    Acting on these commitments and working with our various partners, we will help build safer, healthier communities and make education more accessible and inclusive. We will build on our strengths and competencies to serve communities today and in future generations.
    The Production Supervisor accomplishes manufacturing staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results. Coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. Monitoring KPI’s and making adjustments as necessary to achieve targets. This is a full-time position and is expected to work a minimum of 45 hours per week. Overtime as required to complete projects or attend meetings.
    Shifts: Third Shift- 11 PM - 7:15 AM
    Salary: $55,000 to $60,000 per year

    Responsibilities:
    Supervises and coordinates the daily operation of production equipment
    Provides direction and assignments to production team members
    Provides coaching and training to production employees, teaches production employees to be proactive in anticipating and solving problems
    Performs routine audits of work done by production employees with regard to compliance instructions and required process parameters
    Managing Processes, Process Improvement, Production Planning
    Works daily to improve efficiency, finished goods quality, and supports continuous improvement initiatives
    Demonstrates a friendly and approachable environment
    Diligent, reliable, detailed and thorough
    Enforce safety policies and procedures to decrease the potential for employee injuries
    Adjust production schedule as necessary
    Track team member attendance, and take disciplinary action as needed.
    Use of HR tracking system, Kronos
    Work with all departments to maintain on-time delivery; inspect products prior to shipment to ensure accurate labeling and record-keeping
    Maintain 3s throughout the plant
    Perform KYT training
    Direct daily team member meeting and weekly safety training
    Update the shipping schedule by shift to maintain on-time delivery
    Update and maintain daily reports
    Answer all team member calls to provide guidance and support throughout the shift
    Maintain an open line of communication between employees and management

    Qualifications:
    Associates degree required
    Valid Tow Motor license required
    CPR, First Aid, and AED certified required
    Meet all qualifications for Fire Extinguisher Training required
    Supervisory Skills Certificate and Coaching/Counseling training preferred
    3+ years of production process experience required
    2+ years of supervisory experience in a manufacturing / industrial environment preferred
    Ability to conduct/lead meetings and training sessions
    Skilled in problem-solving and continuous improvement methodologies
    Microsoft and Computer proficient
    Knowledge of production processes
    Strong leadership and verbal communications skills
    Ability to coach others
    Good organizational skills with high level of motivation; action-oriented
    Must be willing to travel for training and possible support of other locations
    Bridgestone APM Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
    Indeed Hire and Bridgestone APM are working together to find the best candidate for this job.
    By applying, you agree to be contacted by our agent, Indeed Hire, and receive updates via text and phone about your application.

    Job Type: Full-time
    Pay: $55,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year
    Benefits:
    Dental Insurance
    Health Insurance
    Paid Time Off
    Retirement Plan
    Vision Insurance
    Experience:
    Supervisory: 2 years (Required)
    production process: 3 years (Required)
    Education:
    Associate (Required)
    Location:
    Dickson, TN (Required)
    License:
    CPR, First Aid, and AED (Required)
    Tow Motor (Required)
    Fire Extinguisher Training (Required)
    Job distance:
    Dickson, TN: Between 31 and 40 miles (Preferred)
  • Customer Service Representative
    Terrific opportunity to join a new industrial company that is poised to be a major player in its field!
    Zochem is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced CSR to help us provide our customers with the best possible service. You must be a “people person” with the skills to manage your time efficiently. This position also requires top-notch verbal and written communication skills and phone etiquette.
    If hired, you will have opportunity for training and development for your career growth.
    Our CSR will assist in providing pricing, maintaining strong communication lines with both our distributors and customers, and assisting the sales representative in servicing the sale. Additional responsibilities will include: order entry, communicating product specifications, identifying alternative products, negotiating freight rates, set up logistics contracts, plus quoting, billing, credit and claims.
    Pleasant, all-new office work environment, with no travel and no cold calling (this is not a work-at-home position)

    Minimum Job Requirements
    Minimum of 3-5 year experience as a customer service representative
    High school diploma required
    Strong verbal English communication skills
    Must pass background check and have clean work history
    Basic data entry skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
    Able to reliably maintain a 5 day work schedule
    Preferred Job Requirements
    Excellent listening skills and the ability to remain calm under pressure
    Knowledge of the chemical industry is a plus
    Logistics experience
    Ability to work with all levels of employees and management
    Associate or Bachelors degree
    This is a full-time position with a full complement of benefits
    Contact us at: info@zochem.com
  • Furnace Operator
    Primary Duty is to operate and tend to the furnaces, including furnaces powered by gas, electric induction, and oxygen. Duties include but are not limited to:
    Operates the boiler furnaces to maintain temperature control according to the furnace log and ensure adequate levels of raw materials are loaded.
    Charges the furnace by adding prescribed amounts of metal to processed into zinc oxide.
    Drain, transfer,or remove molten metal from furnace and place it into molds,
    Prepare material to load into furnaces.
    Remove dross (skim impurities floating on the top of the molten metal) to ensure high quality of zinc oxide is produced.
    record and maintain operation records of furnaces on various temperatures and pressure readings based on the charge schedule.
  • Machine Operator
    Sumiden Wire Products Corporation is recruiting for talented Machine Operators who can work a 7pm-7am shift after training is completed on the day shift. We have an opportunity in both Plant Areas of Stainless Steel Wire and also our PC Strand Plants.

    The positions will be a temp-to-permanent hire role based on the employee’s attitude, performance, and adherence to plant safety.

    We offer exceptional benefits once the person becomes a regular employee. These benefits include a competitive starting wage of $15.82/hr plus night shift premium of $1.50/hr. Also we have 10 paid Holidays, Earned Sick and vacation Time, a matching 401k, and potential bonuses for production/profit sharing. We also have a 5 step pay increase system that takes the pay to over $20/hr base pay!

    Candidates must have clean backgrounds/work history, team player attitude and strong reliability. Background in Manufacturing w/good math skills and experience using machine tools are critical.
  • Precision Machine Operator/Craftsman
    PRECISION MACHINE OPERATOR/CRAFTSMAN FULL-TIME
    $15.82 starting base plus Night Differential and Production Incentive
    Sumiden Wire Products Corporation is recruiting for talented Machine Operators who can work a 7pm-7am shift after training is completed on day shift.
    GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY!!

    Pay:
    Starting pay: $15.82 per hour
    Night Shift Differential: $ +1.50 per hour
    Production Incentive: up to an additional $2.59 per hour!
    Preferred Skills:
    Experience in a fast pace manufacturing environment
    Ability to use precision measuring tools and calculators
    Comfortable with math, unit conversions, production rates, and other tasks
    Good work history
    Attention to safety

    Benefits:
    Training Program
    Uniforms
    Paid Time Off
    Health, Vision, and Dental
    Matching 401k
    Wellness program
    Bonus potential for production goals
  • All Positions
    Conagra Brands has the most energized, highest-impact culture in food. Our people persistently challenge and disrupt marketplace/business conventions and we are respected for our great brands, great food, great margins and consistent results. Conagra Brands, be part of building something BIG.
  • Printing Press Operator - All shifts
    This positions primary role is to effectively support the processes in our printing department to ensure that our product meets or exceeds our customer requirements. This includes, but not limited to following all required safety procedures such as PPE’s, ergonomics, chemical hazards, etc., and performs job in a manner that protects the health and safety of all employees. At least three years of previous printing experience is required.
  • Ebbtide Holdings LLC - All Positions
    Ebbtide Holdings manufacturers Aquasport and Boca Bay saltwater boats. We are
    located at 2545 Jones Creek Rd in White Bluff, TN. We are happy to train the right
    person!! Come in Monday-Thursday 7-5:30 to fill out an application!
  • All Positions
    We are a family of bakers — artisan, buns and biscuits; fresh and frozen; and dough pucks served branded and co-manufactured.
  • All Positions
    Hiscall is an all-encompassing, turnkey  provider of communications systems, meeting the cabling, data networking, audio visual, security and telephony challenges of organizations large and small. Hiscall delivers expert technical consultation, elegant solutions and superior service, partnering with organizations on small, isolated projects as well as complex projects large in scale.
  • Lead Rack Picker 2nd Shift
    Essential Functions of the Job: Qualified individuals must have the ability (with or without reasonable accommodation) to perform the following duties:
    Includes the following as well as other items that may be assigned by the Warehouse Supervisor or DC Manager.

    Must be able to work in a Safe manner at all times
    Must be able to correct unsafe behaviors on the floor
    Must be able to instruct and train new employees
    Must have a teachable demeanor
    Must have good problem solving skills
    Must be able to work overtime as needed
    Must have good attendance and work performance record
    Must be able to read and write legibly
    Must be able to complete all required paperwork
    Must be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision
    Must be able to drive a forklift / order picker / switcher and have 3 to 5 years of recent seat time on a forklift
    Must be able to lift 75 lbs repeatedly
    Must be fluent in how to work with the Warehouse Management System (WMS)
    Must be able to print UCC labels for shipments
    Must be able to post goods (PGI) for shipments that pick up after office hours by 2200 CST
    Must be able to Cycle count locations
    Must monitor aisles for Housekeeping by assignments
    Must monitor employee’s punctuality on break periods, lunch periods, shift start and stop times, and keep overtime at a minimum to stay within budget.
    Must know how to lead by example and boost moral
    Must monitor employee’s workloads throughout the day
    Must be able to perform any job on the floor for absent employees or delegate them to others as needed
  • Warehouse Person
    Position Summary:
    Warehouse persons receive inbound products, replenish, pick, select and palletize products, shrink wrap and load trailers utilizing powered equipment such as pallet jacks and fork lifts in a multi-temperature foodservice warehouse environment.

    People or Process Management Responsibility: No

    About Martin Brower:
    Martin Brower has been in business for 60 years and has grown to a $14 billion company. We are a world class team of 8000 employees located in 19 countries.
    We provide supply chain solutions to over 20,000 restaurants around the world. We pride ourselves in being a true partner with our customers, suppliers and our communiteis protecting their brands every step of the way.
    To learn more about Martin Brower please visit www.martinbrower.com

    Position Responsibilities may include, but not limited to:
    Safely build pallets, cart or cages of product for loading and delivery to our customer.
    Select product safely with a high degree of accuracy.
    Accurately receive inbound products and replenish inventory as needed
    Safely maneuver motorized material handling equipment.
    Perform basic sanitation duties to ensure a clean environment.
    Meet or exceed productivity standards.
    Any other duties as assigned.
    Preferred Skills and Experience:
    Foodservice distribution a plus
    6 months MHE
    Required Skills and Experience:
    Minimum of 18 Years of age.
    6 months of related experience (i.e. working in a distribution warehouse environment, roofer, farmhand, grocery dock, construction, manipulating patients in a hospital/nursing home or physical therapy environment, or other positions which require continuous heavy lifting which deals with multi-temperature).
    Willing and able to work any day or shift as we are a 24/7 operation.
    This position must pass a post offer background and drug test.
    Physical Demands and Work Environment:
    Frequently stand, walk, reach with hands and arms.
    Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and or move up to 100 pounds in multi-temperature environments ranging from -10F to 100F.
  • Packing Inspector
    Bavarian Polymers in Dickson, TN is a manufacturer of rigid PVC extrusions for the window and door industry. With nation wide distribution, we supply vinyl extrusions to some of the countries largest window manufacturers. As we continue to grow, our employees are our most important asset in maintaining a good relationship with those customers.
    We are searching for reliable and dedicated people who want to be a part of our team and help us to grow our company.
    We are currently hiring for our Packaging inspector position. This is an entry level position but is critical to ensuring that we ship good product to our customers.

    Some of the duties of this position are:
    Lift and pack vinyl parts in shipping racks
    Perform required quality inspections
    Identify defective material and notify the operator for corrective action
    Ensure that quantity is correct
    Ensure that completed rack is neat and properly wrapped
    Wrap and label complete racks
    Maintain a clean and neat work area
    Must have dependable transportation and good work ethic
    Must work well with others
    Requires repetitive lifting of up to 20 lbs
    Requires ability to read a tape measure
    Ability to read and follow procedures
    Ability to do basic math
    Job Type: Full-time
    Pay: $12.50 - $13.50 per hour
    Experience:
    Manufacturing: 1 year (Preferred)
    Location:
    Dickson, TN (Preferred)
  • Machine Operator
    Bavarian Polymers is a leading supplier of rigid PVC extrusions to the window and door industry. With nationwide distribution, we supply some of the countries largest window manufacturers. Our employees are key to our success in building and maintaining relationships with those customers.
    Bavarian Polymers has grown rapidly over the last several years. We continue to search for dedicated and reliable people who want to build a career. If you have previous experience as a machine operator, don't mind hard work and are looking for a stable environment we would like to talk to you.
    Pay level depends on relevant experience.

    Requirements
    3 years prior experience with machine operation and set up in a manufacturing environment.
    Ability to troubleshoot and solve problems
    Mechanical aptitude
    Good work history
    Ability to read and interpret blueprints
    Ability to lift 50+lbs
    Ability to stand and work in a hot environment for 12 hours
    Responsibilities
    Take ownership of the lines assigned to you
    Set-up, start-up, and operate extrusion machinery
    Accurately record and report production.
    Inspect and pack parts,
    Perform quality control using a variety of tools, measuring devices and prints.
    Ability to understand and follow the schedule
    Use a computer to input data and record notes
    Work with others to address quality problems when they occur
    Follow all company safety and health policies and procedures

    Job Type: Full-time
    Pay: $14.00 - $17.00 per hour
    Experience:
    Manufacturing: 4 years (Required)
    Machine Operator: 4 years (Required)
    Additional Compensation:
    Bonuses
    Work Location:
    One location

    Benefits:
    Health insurance
    Dental insurance
    Vision insurance
    Retirement plan
    Paid time off
    Pay Frequency:
    Weekly
    This Company Describes Its Culture as:
    Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
    This Job Is:
    A job for which military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply
    Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma
    Schedule:
    12 hour shift
    Benefit Conditions:
    Waiting period may apply
    Work Remotely:
    No
  • Lumber Handler
    JOB SUMMARY:
    Stacks lumber on kiln cars, in yard, or in shed to dry or store, performing any combination of following tasks: Places lumber piece by piece in layers, leaving space between edges of adjacent pieces.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    Places sticks between layers as stack rises to permit circulation of air and bind stack together.
    Stands on ground and hands lumber to another worker on top of stack.
    Positions timbers on kiln car, ground, or shed floor to build foundation for lumber stacks.
    Places blocks against wheels of loaded kiln car in dry kiln to prevent movement of car.
    Unloads lumber from stacks or kiln cars.
    Places lumber, veneer, or plywood on conveyor for further processing.
    Loads and unloads stacking machine, working in teamwork with other workers.
    May attach identity card to stacks of lumber and record number of stacks by species for supervisor.
    May move materials on shipping dock with hand truck.
    On off-shifts may load trucks or railroad car using a forklift truck.

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
    Responsible with equipment and vehicles.
    Clean driving record (no property damage accidents, or DUIs within the past three years).
    Vision: 20/20 corrected, and normal hearing range.
    Good physical condition, able to lift 40 lbs. safely.
    Good eye/hand coordination and good motor skills.
    Must be dependable, reliable, and mature enough to handle equipment safely and sensibly.
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to:
    Stand, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools and controls. Reach with hands and arms and occasionally required to walk.
    Vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
    Work near moving mechanical parts.
    Is regularly exposed to fumes or airborne particles and vibration.
    Work in a normally loud/noisy work environment.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Pay: $11.00 - $12.00 per hour
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    401(k) Matching
    Dental Insurance
    Flexible Spending Account
    Health Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Paid Time Off
    Vision Insurance
  • Materials Receiving Technician
    We are looking for someone to join our Truform team on our afternoon shift!! The hours are 2:30pm - 11:00pm.
    Truform Manufacturing is a AITF16949 registered automotive supplier producing metal stampings and welded assemblies serving Appliance OEM’s and major Tier 1 companies. We are a privately held company on a growth trajectory with planned expansions and new business creating opportunities for talented and experienced professionals desiring to work in a hands-on, engineering driven organization.
    Position Summary: This position works within the shipping and receiving area working with transport documentation as well as digital scanners, barcode readers, labeling hardware and computerized database systems. This position requires excellent visual, reading and numerical skills with the ability to work with attention to detail. Operating heavy equipment is a core requirement of this job. This position will also conduct cycle counts of raw, WIP and finished goods for TFM and AHT.

    Qualifications required:
    · Must have excellent attendance and work history record
    · Excellent interpersonal skills
    · Ability to operate a lift truck and overhead crane
    · Ability to perform manual lifting, up to 60 pounds
    · Ability to work within a technical area and willingness to learn and take initiative in new tasks
    · 2 years of experience in receiving/materials in a manufacturing environment
    · Experience with programmable scales and weigh counting
    · Self-starter who can work independently
    · Must be able to take initiative on problem solving and decision making

    Essential functions and responsibilities:
    · Receive incoming material and complete inspection tasks as required
    · Operate lift trucks and overhead cranes
    · Perform cycle counts for raw and finished goods for TFM and AHT
    · Provide a full range of administrative, clerical and office support
    · Establish a working knowledge of the Truform Business System
    · Works within all areas of Truform with the ability to effectively communicate ideas, problems and solutions
    · Maintain a clean and organized work area with attention to detail
    · Other duties as assigned
    We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401K, holidays, vacations and more.
    EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
    Drug Free Workplace

    Job Type: Full-time
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    401(k) matching
    Dental insurance
    Disability insurance
    Employee assistance program
    Health insurance
    Life insurance
    Paid time off
    Tuition reimbursement
    Vision insurance
    Schedule:
    8 hour shift
    Monday to Friday
    Pay Frequency:
    Weekly
    This Company Describes Its Culture as:
    Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
    Aggressive -- competitive and growth-oriented
    Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
    Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes
    People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
    Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
    Company's website:
    www.smgmfg.com
    Benefit Conditions:
    Waiting period may apply
    Only full-time employees eligible
    Work Remotely:
    No
  • Press Operator
    Truform Manufacturing is looking for someone to join our team!
    This position is responsible for the daily setup and operation of a straight side progressive mechanical power press in a just-in-time environment. This is an afternoon position working from 2:30pm - 11:00pm with overtime as required.

    Qualifications:
    Basic knowledge and understanding of mechanical press and/or punch operations including basic set-up
    Demonstrated competency in basic math
    Basic ability to read and understand blueprints and other shop drawing aids
    Ability to make routine decisions and use problem solving to resolve basic manufacturing issues or seek assistance
    Excellent record of attendance
    Flexible and responsive with a strong teamwork orientation
    Good verbal and written communication skills
    Strong orientation toward quality, safety and accuracy of work performed
    Ability to effectively implement or respond to change
    Must be able to lift 75 pounds

    Essential functions and responsibilities:
    Set-up and operate a mechanical press and coil feed line for routine established work
    Load, install and correctly set up the tools and coils of steel
    Perform assigned work to time standards and quality expectations
    Account for time and work completed on a daily basis
    Make routine decisions and use problem solving to resolve basic manufacturing issues
    Follow all prescribed safety regulations
    Follow preventative maintenance on machines as prescribed
    Other duties as assigned
    Physical demands and work environment:
    Must be able to lift 75 pounds
    Must be able to stand for long periods of time
    Must be able to stoop, bend, twist, stretch and crouch
    Must be able to use hands and arms to manipulate parts, test for defects and perform other job functions
    Must be able to see with or without vision correction to visually inspect parts with 100% accuracy
    We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401K, holidays, vacations and more.
    EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
    Drug Free Workplace

    Job Type: Full-time
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    401(k) matching
    Dental insurance
    Disability insurance
    Employee assistance program
    Health insurance
    Life insurance
    Paid time off
    Relocation assistance
    Tuition reimbursement
    Vision insurance
    Schedule:
    Monday to Friday
    Experience:
    Relevant: 2 years (Preferred)
    Work Location:
    One location
    Pay Frequency:
    Weekly
    This Company Describes Its Culture as:
    Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
    Aggressive -- competitive and growth-oriented
    Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
    Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes
    People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
    Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
    Company's website:
    www.smgmfg.com
    Benefit Conditions:
    Waiting period may apply
    Only full-time employees eligible
    Work Remotely:
    No
  • Shipper and Receiver
    Truform Manufacturing is looking for someone to join our team on our afternoon shift!
    This position works within the shipping and receiving area working with transport documentation as well as digital scanners, barcode readers, labeling hardware and computerized database systems. This position requires excellent visual, reading and numerical skills with the ability to work with attention to detail. The hours are 2:30pm - 11:00pm.

    Qualifications:
    Ability to operate a fork truck, overhead crane, pallet jacks and CDL required trucks
    Ability to work a flexible schedule with possible shift overlap requirements
    Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds
    Ability to work within a technical area, be computer literate and have MRP experience
    Must have basic math and reading skills
    Must have experience with programmable scales and weigh counting
    Must have excellent interpersonal skills
    Essential functions and responsibilities:
    Receive incoming material and complete inspection tasks as required
    Operate fork trucks, overhead cranes, pallet jacks and CDL required trucks
    Prepare product for shipment and review shipping documents for accuracy
    Work with the materials, production and shipping teams to ensure timely shipments
    Establish a working knowledge of the Truform Business System
    Work within all areas of Truform with the ability to effectively communicate ideas, problems and solutions
    Maintain a clean and organized work area with attention to detail
    Other duties as assigned
    Physical demands and work environment:
    Must be able to sit for long periods of time
    Must be able to work at a computer
    Must be able to squat and bend
    Must have fine motor skills to grasp and manipulate small objects
    Must be able to lift 60 pounds
    Must be able to visually inspect parts with or without corrective lenses
    We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401K, holidays, vacations and more.
    EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
    Drug Free Workplace

    Job Type: Full-time
    Benefits:
    401(k)
    401(k) matching
    Dental insurance
    Disability insurance
    Health insurance
    Life insurance
    Paid time off
    Tuition reimbursement
    Vision insurance
    Schedule:
    8 hour shift
    Monday to Friday
    Experience:
    MRP: 1 year (Preferred)
    Crane: 1 year (Preferred)
    Work Location:
    One location
    Pay Frequency:
    Weekly
    This Company Describes Its Culture as:
    Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
    Aggressive -- competitive and growth-oriented
    Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
    Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes
    People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
    Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
    Company's website:
    www.smgmfg.com
    Benefit Conditions:
    Waiting period may apply
    Only full-time employees eligible
    Work Remotely:
    No